Nancy LaMott

Original Keys for Singers

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Nancy LaMott

Original Keys for Singers

Series: Original Keys for Singers Format: Softcover Artist: Nancy Lamott

When Nancy LaMott died, at the age of 43, in 1995, she left behind five magnificent CDs filled with classic songs, beautifully arranged and played by her music director, Christopher Marlowe. She also left behind numerous other recordings of her signature songs, which through the years have been, and will continue to be, released as posthumous CDs. Over the years, I, as her producer, have received many requests for those arrangements from singers and fans all over the world. Now at last, thanks to Hal Leonard, many of Nancy's most famous arrangements are available in one book, exactly as Christopher Marlowe played them. –David Friedman. We're pleased to present this collection of 16 LaMott standards, including: Autumn Leaves • Downtown • I Got the Sun in the Morning • I Have Dreamed • It Might As Well Be Spring • Just in Time for Christmas • Moon River • No Moon at All • Old Devil Moon • Out of This World • Skylark • So in Love • Some Children See Him • The Surrey with the Fringe on Top • That Old Black Magic • When October Goes.

  • Autumn Leaves
  • Downtown
  • Help Is On The Way
  • I Got The Sun In The Morning
  • I Have Dreamed
  • I'll Be Here With You
  • It Might As Well Be Spring
  • Just In Time For Christmas
  • Listen To My Heart
  • Moon River
  • No Moon At All
  • Old Devil Moon
  • Out Of This World
  • Skylark
  • So In Love
  • Some Children See Him
  • The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
  • That Old Black Magic
  • We Can Be Kind
  • We Live On Borrowed Time
  • When October Goes

Looking for one specific arrangement? Individual selections from this title are available for download at Sheet Music Direct.

  • Piano
  • Voice

$19.99 (US) Inventory #HL 00306995 ISBN: 9781423456889 UPC: 884088256821 Width: 9.0" Length: 12.0" 152 pages

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