File 10 - Miscellaneous Music by Doug Riley and Others

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CA OTUFM 40-D-10

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Miscellaneous Music by Doug Riley and Others

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(1945-2007)

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Doug (Douglas Brian) Riley. Composer, arranger, pianist, organist, record producer, b Toronto 12 Apr 1945, d Calgary 27 Aug 2007; B MUS (Toronto) 1967.

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File includes printed sheet music and manuscript and photocopied lead sheets of pieces arranged by Doug Riley or other composers. Includes manuscript, photocopies of manuscripts, and printed music. Titles include I Love You Forever; The Moon's A Harsh Mistress; None But The Lonely Heart; You'll Never Walk Alone [name Michael Burgess printed in header] by Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers; Worlds Apart; Once Upon A Dream; On My Own; There Never Was A Time by Frank Wildhorn; The Wind Beneath My Wings by Larry Henley and Jeff Silbar; None But The Lonely Heart by Tchaikovsky; O Canada; Somewhere Over The Rainbow; Where I Want To Be; Love Of My Life by Freddie Mercury; All I Ask Of You; [piece with a greece title, can't translate]; Song of Bernadette by Jennifer Warnes and B. Elliot; We Are The Champions by Freddie Mercury; We Will Rock You by Brian May; Angels Among Us by Becky Hobbs and Don Goodman; Where I Want To Be; When You Put Your Heart In It; One Mother's Child by Doug Riley and Lynn Deragon-Moure; Love Changes Everything [name Michael Burgess in header]; This is the Moment by Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse; If I Could; The Moon's A Harsh Mistress; Cowboy Medley; The World Is Changing by Leslie Arden arr by Boko Susuki; Tommy Finale; Olympic Theme; If I Can't Love Her; Not A Day Goes By by Stephan Sondheim

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