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Toy Story - You've Got A Friend In Me (for horn and piano, including part score)
Horn in F - Intermediate - Digital Download
By Randy Newman. Arranged by Edwin Sung. Movies, TV, Repertoire, Classroom, Children's Music. Score, Set of Parts. 8 pages. Published by Edwin Sung (H0.108359-10923).
Item Number: H0.108359-10923
This arrangement emphasises on teamwork / co-operation. The horn part contributes to the main melody throughout the whole piece, and is suitable for hornists with intermediate standards or above. Meanwhile, the piano accompaniment thickens the texture of the piece by various techniques and styles to fit the music, and is suitable for enthusiastic pianists. This piece is suitable for any occasions, including talent shows, instrumental lessons, or even just for leisure purposes like a family gathering.
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