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Sung in 1962 by Robert Preston and Shirley Jones in Meredith Willson's The Music Man, this time-honored favorite was adapted by the Beatles in 1963 making it the only Broadway tune they'd ever
From a simple opening statement of the well-known Irish folksong, this arrangement deconstructs the tune on a journey through a wide-ranging and unexpected harmonic progression that ultimately wends it way
For 1-6 octave bells or chimes arranged for two or more ringers. This is a great collection for a ring/sing-along with 35 reproducible arrangements. Lyric sheets are included as well! Contents include:
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