Essential Elements Movie Favorites - Keyboard Percussion (Bells)
arr. Michael Sweeney
A collection of popular movie songs arranged to be played by either full band or by individual soloists with optional accompaniment CD or tape. Each arrangement is correlated with a specific page in the Essential Elements Band Method Books. Includes: Forrest Gump - Main Title, The John Dunbar Theme, Theme from “Jurassic Park,” Raiders March, Chariots of Fire, Apollo 13, Somewhere Out There, Man from Snowy River, Star Trek - The Motion Picture, Theme from E.T., and Back to the Future.
- Back To The Future Alan Silvestri
- Chariots Of Fire Vangelis
- End Credits Apollo 13 James Horner
- Forrest Gump Main Title Feather Theme Alan Silvestri
- Raiders March John Williams
- Somewhere Out There Cynthia Weil Barry Mann James Horner Linda Ronstadt Ingram
- Star Trek R The Motion Picture Jerry Goldsmith
- The John Dunbar Theme Barry
- The Man From Snowy River Main Title Theme Bruce Rowland
- Theme From E.t. The Extra-Terrestri John Williams
- Theme From Jurassic Park John Williams
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Catalogue Number: 00860022
Northwest Product Number: 112-1319-44-001
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