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Pop Hits for the Classical Guitar

Pop Hits for the Classical Guitar
Wise Publications


SKU AM2277
Author Various
Format Book
Duration 48 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Wise Publications
Stock In Stock
Departments Classical Guitar
Our price: £12.95


Sixteen of today's best pop songs specially arranged for the classical guitar by John Zaradin. Titles are: '(Everything I Do) I Do It For You', 'Fields of Gold', 'From a Distance', 'Hero', 'I Am Blessed', 'I Will Always Love You', 'I Wonder Why', 'Kiss From a Rose', 'Love Hurts', 'Tears in Heaven', 'Unchained Melody', 'When You Tell Me That You Love Me', 'Wind of Change', 'Without You', 'Wonderwall', 'You Are Not Alone'.

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