Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Bb Trumpet Duet, Chords, Piano Accompaniment)
Trumpet Duet - Digital Sheet Music

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Trumpet Duet Trumpet - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.780940

Composed by Music by Leo Friedman and Words by Beth Slater Whitson. Arranged by Cathy Stamegna. Film/TV,Holiday,Standards,Traditional,Wedding. Score. 13 pages. Cathy Stamegna #5778575. Published by Cathy Stamegna (A0.780940).

Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Bb Trumpet Duet, Chords, Piano Accompaniment).  This timeless piece from 1910 is a winner for Weddings or Anniversaries with a memorable refrain.  Recorded by various artists from The Peerless Quartet (1911) to Bing Crosby and Fats Domino.  Featured in numerous films and TV shows including Downton Abbey and The Murdoch Mysteries (The Artful Detective).  An intermediate level piano accompaniment with chords for guitar or mallet instruments to join in.  Lyrics included for a sing-along.  Concert Key, Bb.  Set of Parts.

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