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Popular Songs for Easy Classical Guitar

Popular Songs for Easy Classical Guitar
Hal Leonard

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SKU AM5362
Author Mark Phillips
Format Book
Duration 48 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Hal Leonard
Departments Classical Guitar
 
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20 songs carefully arranged for easy classical guitar in standard notation and tablature, including: Can You Feel the Love Tonight • The First Cut Is the Deepest • Hello • I Will Always Love You • Killing Me Softly with His Song • Moon River • Somewhere Out There • A Time for Us (Love Theme) • Unchained Melody • What a Wonderful World • and more. Includes standard notation and tablature.

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