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Concert Favorites Vol. 2 - Percussion - Essential Elements 2000 Band Series (Untuned Percussion)

arr. Sweeney, Lavender, Higgins, Moss, Curnow
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Includes: Gallant March, High Adventure, The “Hey” Song, Beethoven's Ninth, Bandroom Boogie, Amazing Grace, Infinity Concert March, Latin Fire, Linus and Lucy, Star Trek Generations, American Spirit March, Gathering in the Glen, The Loco-Motion, Scarborough Fair, and Royal Fireworks Music.

Song List:

  • Amazing Grace John Newton Traditional American Melody Edwin O. Excell
  • American Spirit March John Higgins
  • Bandroom Boogie Michael Sweeney
  • Gallant March Michael Sweeney
  • Gathering In The Glen Michael Sweeney
  • High Adventure Paul Lavender
  • Infinity Concert March James Curnow
  • Latin Fire John Higgins
  • Linus And Lucy Vince Guaraldi
  • Music From The Royal Fireworks George Frideric Handel
  • Rock Roll Part Ii The Hey Song Mike Leander Gary Glitter
  • Scarborough Fair Traditional English
  • Star Trek R Generations Dennis Mccarthy
  • The Loco-Motion Loco Motion Gerry Goffin Carole King Little Eva Grand Funk Kylie Minogue
  • Theme From Ninth Symphony Ludwig Van Beethoven

Additional Information:

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Catalogue Number: 00860176
Northwest Product Number: 112-0300-37-102

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