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The Cat And The Mouse

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Solo
Composer Aaron Copland
Arranger Jane Magrath
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 16736

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The Cat And The Mouse Composed by Aaron Copland. Arranged by Jane Magrath. For Piano Solo. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 16736, UPC: 038081175409)

OMEA 2015, Class A: play all: Normally in stock

Also in National Federation list, 2014-2016 Musically Advanced, Class 1:

  Aaron Copland's "Scherzo Humoristique," written in 1920, is indeed musically humorous as it depicts the skittering rodent and sinister feline in a demanding, but very enjoyable etude setting, using complex 1/16 note patterns, glissando, grace notes, chromatic scale work, and a generous use of the entire keyboard. There are sudden shifts in tempo and dynamics, and the performer tells a definite story, albeit without narration. Large hand reaches, sometimes 9ths, are required on some of the full block chords.

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