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The World's Most Famous Melodies - Trombone Play-Along Book/CD Pack (Trombone)

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$15.95

Description:

14 of the world's most popular folk songs, including: Arkansas Traveler • Blue Danube Waltz • Can Can • Havah Nagilah • Mexican Hat Dance (Jarabe Topatio) • Song of the Volga Boatman • Tarantella • Turkey in the Straw • and more.

Song List:

  • Arkansas Traveler Southern American Folksong
  • Blue Danube Waltz Johann Strauss Jr.
  • Can Can Jacques Offenbach
  • Cielito Lindo My Pretty Darling C. Fernandez
  • Funiculi Funicula Luigi Denza
  • Hava Nagila Let's Be Happy Moshe Nathanson Abraham Z. Idelsohn
  • La Cucaracha Mexican Revolution Folksong
  • Mexican Hat Dance Jarabe Topatio F.a. Partichela
  • Sailors Hornpipe Sea Chantey
  • Song Of The Volga Boatman Russian Folk Song
  • Sur Le Pont D'avignon French Folksong
  • Tarantella Traditional
  • The Irish Washerwoman Folksong
  • Turkey In The Straw American Folksong

Additional Information:

Publisher: Cherry Lane Music (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 02500934
Northwest Product Number: 112-2319-24-001

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