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sheet music

1. the printed or written copy of a short composition or piece, esp in the form of unbound leaves
2. music in its written or printed form
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Because all Notes employees are music students who supposedly are interested in purchasing Notes' sheet music, the tax adviser might recommend an employee discount.
The company, which is handling production, also helped World Wide Woodshed revamp product packaging to resemble the familiar format of sheet music.
It's God's Choice specializes in special orders and carries black gospel CDs, sheet music, songbooks, piano instructional books, bibles, books, greeting cards, gifts, church supplies, and children items.
Over several decades these particular stations amassed unimaginably large collections of sheet music, each holding over 100,000 items.
Both models of the piano work with the free app for iOS or Android and come equipped with thousands of free and integrated sheet music.
The disc is available in two formats: music-only CD, and a CD-ROM with historical background, music examples and sheet music. Read more about the disc at this link: www.americanmusicpreservation.com/CivilWarSongsandHymns.htm.
Displays of classical vinyl and sheet music will be on show at the Holmfirth Music Festival later in the month.
It features full sheet music of his most important songs, stories behind them, and some 100 rare photos.
Last year the choir raised about pounds 180 from Wish, much of which went on sheet music. This year Wish has pounds 30,000 to share between community groups depending on the number of tokens collected.
The congregation of St Marie's Catholic Church, in Dunchurch Road, Rugby, discovered bundles of torched sheet music smouldering in a meeting room next to the church shortly after Sunday's service at about 11.55am.
After consulting The First Hits, the Book of Sheet Music 1946-1959, he discovered that the song called Johnny Fedora (and Alice Blue Bonnet) was indeed sung by Andrew Sisters and entered the music charts on September 28, 1946, where it spent six weeks.
When Longridge Towers School, near Berwick, found out that Baobab College in Zambia could hardly afford to pay for sheet music, it struck a chord with staff and pupils.