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30 Songs

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Voicing/Format Medium
Composer Richard Strauss
Arranger Sergius Kagen
Publisher International Music Co
Catalog # 1283

Price: $20.25

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Product Description

30 Songs Composed by Richard Strauss. Arranged by Sergius Kagen. For Medium. Published by International Music Co. (Catalog # 1283)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ACH LIEB ICH MUSS NUN SCHEIDEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
ALL MEIN GEDANKEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
ALLERSEELEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
BEFREIT KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
BREIT UBER MEIN HAUPT KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
CACILIE KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
DU MEINES HERZENS KRONELEIN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
FREUNDLICHE VISION KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
GLUCKES GENUG KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
HEIMKEHR KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
HEIMLICHE AUFFORDERUNG KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
ICH SCHWEBE KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
ICH TRAGE MEINE MINNE KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
MEIN AUGE KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
MEIN HERZ IST STUMM KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
MORGEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
NACHT 30 KLING KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
NACHTGANG KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
NICHTS KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
RUHE MEINE SEELE KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
SCHLAGENDE HERZEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
SCHONE SIND DOCH KALT KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
SEITDEN DEIN AUG KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
STANDCHEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
TRAUM DURCH DIE DAMMERUNG KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
WIE SOLTEN WIR GEHEIM SIE HALTEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
WOZU NOCH MADCHEN KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
ZITLOSE KAGEN S STRAUSS R  
ZUEIGUNG KAGEN S STRAUSS R  

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