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18 Short Preludes For The Keyboard
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18 Short Preludes For The Keyboard

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer J S Bach
Arranger Willard A Palmer
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 601

Price: $9.99

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18 Short Preludes For The Keyboard Composed by J S Bach. Arranged by Willard A Palmer. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 601, UPC: 038081019796)

OMEA 2015, Class C:  Normally in stock: any one

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
PRELUDE NO. 1 FROM SIX SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH C  
PRELUDE NO. 1 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH C  
PRELUDE NO. 10 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDE PALMER BACH Gm  
PRELUDE NO. 11 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDE PALMER BACH Gm  
PRELUDE NO. 12 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDE PALMER BACH Am  
PRELUDE NO. 2 FROM SIX SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH Cm  
PRELUDE NO. 2 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH C  
PRELUDE NO. 3 FROM SIX SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH F  
PRELUDE NO. 3 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH Cm  
PRELUDE NO. 4 FROM SIX SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH D  
PRELUDE NO. 4 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH D  
PRELUDE NO. 5 FROM SIX SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH E  
PRELUDE NO. 5 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH Dm  
PRELUDE NO. 6 FROM SIX SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH Em  
PRELUDE NO. 6 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH Dm  
PRELUDE NO. 7 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH Em  
PRELUDE NO. 8 FROM TWELVE SHORT PRELUDES PALMER BACH F  

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