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Why is there no Fraggle Rock sheet music collection?!

Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by PanthraDion, Feb 25, 2012.


What type of sheet music collection of Fraggle Rock songs would you like?

  1. A complete collection of Fraggle Rock songs

    4 vote(s)
  2. A selection of Fraggle Rock songs

    1 vote(s)
  3. Separate collections for each season of Fraggle Rock that contain all of the songs from that season

    2 vote(s)
Multiple votes are allowed.

  1. PanthraDion

    PanthraDion Well-Known Member

    There are many different music books of Muppet songs, but there are no music books of Fraggle Rock songs:sigh:. Why, why, why!!!:confused: I can only find the Fraggle Rock theme song lyrics, and I would really like a complete collection of Fraggle Rock songs; or separate collections for each of the different seasons that contain all of the songs from that season.:coy:
  2. Fraggline

    Fraggline Active Member

    You know, you're right! I never thought of that!
    I've tried to learn how to play some fraggle songs on the piano with chords. Hope that helps. It requires a lot of listening.
  3. PanthraDion

    PanthraDion Well-Known Member

    Yes it does, thanks!
  4. Fraggline

    Fraggline Active Member

    Oh, good. :)

    Yeah, and I do hope someone can come out with a sheet music book. And for now, as to the chords, I guess that once you learn chords to one song that some of the others might be easier. Musicians seem to have a consistency to their work--anybody notice that Joe Raposo's music has this nice little twinkle to it?

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