songbook


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a book containing a collection of songs

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"We want to ensure more people have the chance to enjoy them and perform them in the future, and this songbook will be a valuable addition to the repertoire of Welsh songs available."
The Great Geordie Songbook (Volume One) will be performed at Sage 2 Gateshead on Sunday, November 3 (4.00 and 8.00).
Recorded at Chem 19, Karine Polwart's Scottish Songbook features regular bandmates Steven Polwart and Inge Thomson, with Graeme Smillie (bass and keys), Calum McIntyre (kit and percussion) and Louis Abbott of Admiral Fallow (vocals, guitar and percussion).
The Nat King Cole Songbook will be coming to Leicester Haymarket Theatre on Saturday, April 13, wtickets PS24.50 (inc.
John Pizzarelli has been hailed by The Boston Globe for "reinvigorating the Great American Songbook and repopularizing jazz." The Toronto Star
If you can't wait until then - or haven't been lucky enough to get a ticket - then Believe - The Cher Songbook might just be the answer ...
This songbook collection features a wide variety of popular songs from the 1950s through today arranged with three basic chords as accompaniment.
Songbook is an unmissable night of heart-warming entertainment from some of Scotland's best-known and best-loved musicians.
A production of Cultural Arts Event Organizer and Guacamole Productions, with Sizzling Plate and Mother's Garden, American Songbook will feature such songs as 'Embraceable You,' 'I've Got Rhythm,' 'Someone to Watch Over Me,' 'Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,' 'So in Love,' 'Some Enchanted Evening,' 'If I Loved You,' 'Maria,' 'Tonight,' 'What I Did for Love,' 'Send in the Clowns, 'Defying Gravity,' 'Seasons of Love.'
You also all know The Great American Songbook. Those songs by Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lorenz Hart and others of their ilk.
Star Spangled Songbook: A History in Sheet Music of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Edited by Mark Clague and Andrew Kuster.
Hopefully my generation's amnesia about Newman's genius will be remedied by The Randy Newman Songbook, a collection of rerecorded songs spanning his five-decade career.
Johann Voldemar Jannsen (1819-1890), journalist and schoolmaster, and one of the organisers of the song celebration compiled the first songbook for song celebrations.
The 60-year-old now is a renowned piano performer, singer and champion of the Great American Songbook, a compilation of American popular songs from the 20th century.
This then led to singalongs at the Midyear Conference, which ultimately grew so popular that a TEI songbook was created.