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Lee Evans Arranges Hits Of The 50's

By Lee Evans

Piano/Keyboard - Difficulty: medium
Arranged by Lee Evans. Hal Leonard Lee Evans Piano Education. Rock and Rock 'n' Roll. Songbook (no lyrics). 40 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.221014).

Item Number: HL.221014

ISBN 079351553X. 9x12 inches.

16 50's favorites for piano solo, including: All Shook Up * At The Hop * Blueberry Hill * Great Balls Of Fire * Rock Around The Clock * and more.

  • All Shook Up  Performed by Elvis Presely
  • At The Hop  Performed by Danny And The Juniors
  • Blue Suede Shoes  Performed by Elvis Presely
  • Blueberry Hill  Performed by Fats Domino
  • Charlie Brown  Performed by The Coasters
  • Don't Be Cruel (To A Heart That's True)  Performed by Elvis Presley
  • Great Balls of Fire  Performed by Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Heartbreak Hotel  Performed by Elvis Presely
  • Honeycomb 
  • Love Me Tender  Performed by Elvis Presely
  • Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay  Performed by Danny And The Juniors
  • Rock Around The Clock  Performed by Bill Haley & The Comets
  • Sea Of Love 
  • Shake, Rattle and Roll  Performed by Bill Haley & The Comets
  • Sleepwalk  Performed by Santo & Johnny
  • Yakety Yak  Performed by The Coasters
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 2

    Peter Howell
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  • 2007-08-07 00:00:00.0 Very Basic Stuff!

    The book contents are very basic and I cannot believe that Lee Evans lent his name to this one .

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    Milwaukee, WI
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  • 2004-05-24 00:00:00.0 No Idea of Difficulty Given

    The description gives no hint in its blurb as to the difficulty level of these arrangments. This may very well be information that Hal Leonard has chosen not to provide. In any event, this book contains beginner or maybe advanced beginner material, tops. (Full disclosure: I first learned to play...

    piano 40 years ago, before everything was totally dumbed down.) The arrangements themselves are not interesting enough for anyone beyond that level, and frankly they just don't sound all that good, even for that level, despite all of Mr. Evans's wonderful credentials.

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