fake book

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a fake in the form of an imitation book

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Recently for $60 I bought a copy of a book titled The Ultimate Fake Book which contains over 1,200 songs, all transposed to the key of C, lyrics included No orchestrations or elaborations, just bare bones straight ahead music to play with.
The first session of the court had been held on December 17-18, 2009, during which Yves Bonnet, the former Member of the French National Assembly and Director of the DST, and MKO's ringleaders as well as head of the publication that published the fake book were found guilty.
They are disgusted by a fake book cover with the title A to Z of Holiday Camps by Dr J Menegles painted onto the wall of the park's diner, Bizarre.
Someone interested in a Fake Book for Piano with over 1,000 songs - free.
The Great Composers Fake Book is a delightful collection of 140 renowned classic melodies excerpted and arranged for flute, violin, recorder, keyboard, guitar, harp and other C instruments in treble clef.
Sirius cofounded Mondo 2000 magazine and is the author of Cyberpunk Handbook: The Real Cyberpunk Fake Book, New York: Random House, 1995.
SP (Investigation) Tahir Ayub said that police arrested four persons identified as Mumtaz Khan, Muhammad Adeel, Khadim Hussain and Rukhsana Bibi and recovered four cars, fake books and tempering equipments from their possession.
Everything in Render's life is a facade, a quality represented literally by his residence: a model home--for a subsequently terminated development community--decorated with fake books and generic furniture.
This murder cannot be resolved but is instead covered up by fake courts, fake indictments, expedient murderers and fake books.
iGigBook ($15 for iPhone/iPad) lets you carry all your music with you on your mobile device: real books, fake books, transposing chord charts and single sheets of music.
The Story of Fake Books (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2006) describes the history of fake books as it evolved from Tune-Dex cards in the 1940s, bootlegged versions in the 1950s and 1960s, and culminated in The Real Book (1st .
This volume follows the history of fake books from the Tune-Dex subscription service used in the 1940s to the Real Book series now popularly used (the latter described in part by musicians Steve Swallow and Pat Metheny).
He transplants his vast library (which mainly looks like those rows of fake books you see in displays at furniture stores) to a modest corner shop, where he's met with indifference, ingratitude and even outright hostility.
Just as publicans can buy fake books by the yard to stick on their shelves this is bland crap bought by the kilo that probably served no use in whatever previous life it had.
A source said: "They are looking into whether the two officers were selling fake books and other goods over the internet.