- n. A book containing songs.
- n. a book containing a collection of songs
- song + book (Wiktionary)
“The fans had wooden sticks glued on to them, the same as large popsicle sticks, and they were in songbook racks in front of the seats, at church.”
“Sitting down and playing obscure carols from some antique scandinavian songbook is not cutting it with Pumpkinpie, who is bored by someone else playing the piano and refuses to sing on command.”
“After a slight misunderstanding with our good friends at EMI, we've been reliably informed that the songbook isn't in breach of any copyright laws and in turn the songbook is once ahead downloadable and fully legal.”
“Peach roses adorned the tables, and the piano player, seated at a shiny black baby grand, seemed determined to empty the Gershwin songbook.”
“Unlike Bucky Pizzarelli, Mark Murphy, Allan Harris and many other male singers, Mr. Cole has never done a tribute album to his brother; however, like another of his heroes, Tony Bennett, he has recently launched a series of "songbook" albums inspired by iconic performers rather than songwriters.”
“We also have the next, newer volume of the Grange songbook which is also old and musty.”
“Her one concession is Mrs. Luvovitz’s Yiddish songbook, which is the least she can do for a friend who has given so much.”
“He produced the "songbook" series of albums on Verve that brought Fitzgerald the respectful attention of a wide audience.”
“The "songbook" ballet is a difficult one to pull off.”
“But unlike those ubiquitous "songbook" albums by some other pop stars, Seal doesn't go through the motions, instead, he captures the emotion of the era.”
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