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Exploring Right Hand Chords

E-Z Play Today Volume E6

By Various

Organ, Piano/Keyboard, Electronic Keyboard
E-Z Play Today Volume E6. Composed by Various. E-Z Play Today. 48 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.102107).

Item Number: HL.102107

ISBN 147680009X. 9x12 inches.

This book cuts through most of the technical material and gets right to the heart of how to add full chords to the melodies you play. Includes 14 songs: A Bicycle Built for Two • Could I Have This Dance • Down in the Valley • Fascination • The Longest Time • Sweet Caroline • The Wonder of You • more.

About Hal Leonard E-Z Play Today

For organs, pianos, and electronic keyboards. E-Z Play Today is the shortest distance between beginning music and playing fun. Now there are more than 300 reasons why you should play E-Z Play Today. * World's largest series of music folios * Full-size books - large 9" x 12" format features easy-to-read, easy-to-play music * Accurate arrangements... simple enough for the beginner, but accurate chords and melody lines are maintained * Eye-catching, full-color covers * Lyrics... most arrangements include words and music * Most up-to-date registrations - books in the series contain a general registration guide, as well as individual song rhythm suggestions * Guitar Chord Chart - all songs in the series can also be played on guitar.

  • Aloha Oe 
  • Fascination (Valse Tzigane) 
  • How Insensitive (Insensatez) 
  • The Longest Time 
  • My Wild Irish Rose 
  • Old Folks At Home (Swanee River) 
  • Sweet Adeline (You're The Flower Of My Heart, Sweet Adeline) 
  • Sweet Caroline 
  • Tammy 
  • The Wonder Of You 
  • If I Loved You 
  • Could I Have This Dance 
  • Down In The Valley 
  • A Bicycle Built For Two (Daisy Bell) 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    harvey schoen
    british columbia canada
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  • 2004-11-14 00:00:00.0 should be more music in this format

    this is the kind of music that should be avialable for people like me. I make up my own left hand but would like more big note chord arrangments for the right hand. I"m not that interested in the left hand arrangements. If aperson can do the righthand then...

    it is easy to switch to left without having to read so many notes

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