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For the last few years I kept remembering the book of Renaissance sheet music that I had before we moved house, and then, guess what? Was going through stuff in my parent's garage and there it was! I'll have to invest in a 12 string to do my justice to Mr Dunford's wonderful tunes.

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Comment by David Gaines on July 23, 2011 at 12:35pm
Good on you for digging it up. I remember buying mine at Sam Ash in New York City shortly after it was published and I still have it sitting a few feet away from me as I type this. With Michael's autograph on the front page I can't imagine how much it would go for on eBay. It is, however, on the short list of Things I Need To Grab When My House Is On Fire so you'll have to pry it from my cold, dead hands.  :-)  I wish Warner Bros. would figure out a way to make these arrangements available in PDF or similar format. What a shame it is that this songbook has been out of print and unavailable for so long.
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Comment by David Cerundolo on August 6, 2017 at 10:28am

I'm looking for sheet music to the single "A Song For All Seasons".  I know it was included in the Renaissance Songbook, and some pages from that songbook have been posted on this site, but not that song.  If anyone can help, it would be very much appreciated.

Comment by John Sharp on August 16, 2017 at 8:22am

Hi David!

Having just joined this group (yesterday) I have already been surprised to learn how rare that music book (the big blue one published by Warner Brothers) is - as I have a copy up in my 'archives', together with the sheet music for 'Northern Lights'.

Alas, I am loath to upload copyright material (the piano reductions are spot-on, by the way), but having seen the alleged value of the book, who knows? I might be tempted to part with it!


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