Faber Studio Collection - Piano Level 2A - Songbook

Item # QKM377153
| Mfg # 119434
| UPC # 884088909260
Our Price: $6.99

Students in Level 2A will have hours of pianistic fun with this engaging collection from standout pieces in the ShowTime® Piano Supplementary Library. The wide variety of genres and musical textures promotes musicality and expressive playing.

Songs include

  • Egyptian Ballet Dance
  • Give My Regards to Broadway
  • I Just Can't Wait to Be King
  • The Merry Widow Waltz
  • Oh! You Beautiful Doll
  • Simple Gifts • Tomorrow
  • Twist and Shout
  • Yakety Yak
  • Special Bonus Hit: “Cups (When I'm Gone)”

Series: Faber Piano Adventures
Publisher: Faber Piano Adventures

Arrangers: Randall Faber, Nancy Faber
Inventory #HL 00119434

ISBN: 9781616776428
UPC: 884088909260

Publisher Code: FF3018
Width: 9.0"

Length: 12.0"
24 pages


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