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    striving
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    I searched everywhere for a website that has Jewish sheet music but I can’t find any anywhere. I bought the Journey’s songbook… and it only had the music for the right hand (which I can play anyways…) I would love the sheet music for Baruch Levine stuff and Waterbury… if anyone knows how I could get ahold of any of this PLEASE let me know! Thanks!

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    qwertyuiop
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    striving: i believe, most singers have the sheet music for their songs on their website.$ i hope this helps you, please let me know.$

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    noitallmr
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    As far as I remember Baruch Levine’s website is http://www.baruchlevine.com (hope mods let this through…totally Kosher!)

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    goody613
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    qwertyuiop
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    goody613: that’s only3, they aren’t the only ones.$

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    goody613
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    there’s also http://www.shloimedachs.com and i think eli gertsner has a website too

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    qwertyuiop
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    goody613: are you gonna keep posting websites??$

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    goody613
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    when on i’m not in the cr where else do you think i am?:0)

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    qwertyuiop
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    trying to live a life??$ :o)

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    AL2
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    xerox
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    Goody: Wow! Thanx- Iv’e tried to start a thread like this THREE times!! Guess i just didn’t word it correctly!

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    goody613
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    lipa has on his site (www.lipashmeltzer.com) all the sheet music from a poshiter yid:)

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    striving
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    thanks so much for these websites… but all of the sheet music on these sites is only for one hand… it’s like the basic tune. does anyone know where i can get the real stuff… like the score that the pianist has at concerts! 😉

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    at the end of abie rotenbergs dveykus song book I thing he has some sheet music sheets for both right and left hand

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    zmr
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    Striving – if you learn how to play chords, then you will be able to play like a concert pianist off of those sheet music that have “just the right hand”.

    There are letters on top of the notes (like C, Am, F#m etc) that tell you what to do with your left hand (and right, if you so choose!).

    They don’t specify specifically which notes to play when and for how long, but rather give you an idea of which notes will sound good. Then you can decide on your own exactly how you want to combine those notes.

    It is actually a much easier and more fun way to play anyway.

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