File 16 - Miscellaneous Music [Includes lead sheets, parts, lyrics, and song lists]

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CA OTUFM 40-G-16


Miscellaneous Music [Includes lead sheets, parts, lyrics, and song lists]


  • 1981-1987 (Creation)

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File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript lead sheets, parts, lyrics. Titles include Laureponse [spelling ??]; Fugue for Piano by Doug Riley; Music in the 1st Degree by Danny B. and Doug Riley; For Ed and Frema Captian Eklove And A Schnauzzer Named Bowser by Doug Riley; That's All by Thorny, Riley, and EHM; Do You Miss Me Tonight by Thorny, Riley, and EHM; Something to Fall Back On by Thorny, Riley, and EHM; Theme; Shelter In The Rain; Dreams (Angel's Song) by Jeff Buttler and Doug Riley; If I Could; I Want To Live My Whole Life With You; Good Morning Heartache; Rollin' Releases; Wave; My Best To You; Visions of Nijinsky by Frank Moore; Than Swell; Kick Off Your Shoes by Doug Riley and J. RAE; Circles; Blue Monkey; Peregrine Blues; Spring Song; Bells; Moonwalk; Winter Mist; For Kenny Wheeler; Right People Wrong Time; Such A Nite; Trouble In Mind; Let Good Times Roll; IKO IKO; Huey Smith Medley; Stack A Lee; Intermezza-Concerto For Orchestra; Siesta Fiesta; Syrinx; A Song and Dance for Isaiah for Flute and Piano by Patricia Blomfield Holt; Michelle. (Some pieces attributed to "Thorny, Riley, EHM", "Jeff Butler and Doug Riley", "Doug Riley, J. Rae", Partiricia Blomfield Holt). Also includes photocopied piano part of Children's Corner by Claude Debussy, Faerie's Aire and Death Waltz by John Stump, short story "Once there was a Mouse", and a tape song list titled "Doug Riley Keyboard Tape".

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