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Disney Duets For Kids 10 Great Songs Arranged For Vocal Duet


Disney Duets For Kids 10 Great Songs Arranged For Vocal Duet
Media Type: Book and Audio Online
Media/Arrangement: Voice (Duet), Piano Accompaniment
Category: Accompaniment
Publisher: Walt Disney
Order Code: HL00124472

 

Product Description

A collection of well-known classic and contemporary Disney songs arranged as vocal duets for children singers. With printed piano accompaniments and online recorded accompaniments for download or streaming. Contents: Cruella De Vil (101 DALMATIANS) ∑ Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat (THE ARISTOCATS) ∑ Hakuna Matata (THE LION KING) ∑ Let's Go Fly a Kite (MARY POPPINS) ∑ Never Smile at a Crocodile (PETER PAN) ∑ The Perfect Nanny (MARY POPPINS) ∑ The Second Star to the Right (PETER PAN) ∑ The Unbirthday Song (ALICE IN WONDERLAND) ∑ You've Got a Friend in Me (TOY STORY) ∑ Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (SONG OF THE SOUTH)

Subtitle: 10 Great Songs Arranged for Vocal Duet Book/Audio
Series: Vocal Duet
Genre: TV-Film-Musical-Show
Pages: 52
Publisher: Walt Disney
First published: 2014
ISBN: 9781480369016


Contents/Songlist

1) Hakuna Matata
2) Youíve Got A Friend In Me
3) Cruella De Vil
4) Evírybody Wants To Be A Cat
5) Letís Go Fly A Kite
6) Never Smile At A Crocodile
7) The Perfect Nanny
8) The Second Star To The Right
9) The Unbirthday Song
10) Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah

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