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Chordtime Piano Classics Lv 2b (Cd)

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Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Arranger Faber/Faber
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Catalog # 00420081

Price: $10.95

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Chordtime Piano Classics Lv 2b (Cd) Arranged by Faber/Faber. For Accompaniment CD. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420081, UPC: 674398204649)

Background accompaniments on CD. Orchestrated by Edwin McLean. Piano arrangements of some of the great symphonic and operatic masterworks of Western music. Contents include: Aria (from the Peasant Cantata) by J.S. Bach · La Donna e Mobile (from the opera Rigoletto) by Verdi · Largo (from the opera Die Fliedermaus) by J. Strauss, Jr. · The Little Man in the Woods (from the opera Hansel and Gretel) by Humperdinck · March Militaire by Shubert · Overture (from the opera William Tell) by Rossini · Pizzicato Polka by J. Strauss, Jr. & J. Strauss · Polvetzian Dance No. 17 (from the opera Prince Igor) by Borodin · Roses from the South by J. Strauss, Jr. · The Rage Over the Lost Penny by Beethoven · Theme from The Surprise Symphony by Haydn · Theme from Trumpet Concerto in Eb by Haydn · Trepak (from the ballet The Nutcracker) by Tchaikovsky.

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