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Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation Publisher - 2,514 works / 20 ebooks

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  • Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi
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    Messiah by George Frideric Handel
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    Il barbiere di Siviglia by Gioacchino Rossini
    The snowman by Raymond Briggs
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    Turandot by Giacomo Puccini
    Essential Technique 2000 by Various
    Sounds of Celebration - Volume 2 Solos with Ensemble Arrangements for Two or More Players by Jim
    Essential Elements for Jazz Ensemble a Comprehensive Method for Jazz Style and Improvisation by Steinel Mike
    Hans Christian Andersen by Hans Christian Andersen
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    Sounds of Celebration by Antonio
    Sound of music by Richard Rodgers
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    Broadway musicals, show by show by Stanley Green
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published most by this publisher
Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, 654 books
Rhodes Biers, 23 books
Various, 22 books
Chad Johnson, 17 books
Phillip Keveren, 17 books
Richard Rodgers, 17 books
Elton John, 17 books
Richard Walters, 16 books
Mark Taylor, 13 books
Irving Berlin, 12 books
Andrew Lloyd Webber, 12 books
Dave Rubin, 11 books
Joel Whitburn, 10 books
Alfred Publishing, 9 books
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 9 books
Henry Mancini, 8 books
Carol Klose, 8 books
Sweeney Michael, 8 books
Alain Boublil, 7 books
John Williams, 7 books
Emily Crocker, 7 books
Jennifer Linn, 7 books
Adam Perlmutter, 7 books
Taylor Swift, 7 books
John Jacobson, 7 books


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