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Chamber Music For 2 String Instruments 1

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Violin
Composer Samuel Applebaum
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Catalog # EL02327

Price: $5.95

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Product Description

Chamber Music For 2 String Instruments 1 Composed by Samuel Applebaum. For Violin. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # EL02327, UPC: 029156186192)

This Chamber Music book is to be started when the pupil reaches page 24 of the Samuel Applebaum String Method. However, it can be used in conjunction with a ny good string method. Published for two violins, two violas, two cellos, two basses, and piano accompaniment.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIR  
CAPRICE 17TH CENTURY DANCE  
CHORALE  
CONCERTINO ISAAC  
CUCKOO ENGLISH DANCEA  
FESTIVAL OLD ENGLISH  
GAILY THE TROUBADOUR BAYLEY  
MAYPOLE DANCE OLD GERMAN DANCE  
MEDITATION ANONYMOUS  
MELODY KONRAD  
MORNING SONG ANONYMOUS  
MUSICAL THOUGHT  
NOCTURNE TOURS  
NOVELETTE OLD DANCE  
POEM  
ROMANCE TOURS  
SAILING HOHMANN  
SCHERZO GEBAUER  
SERENADE ANONYMOUS  
SOLITUDE  
SONATINA BRIAN  
SONG OF PRAISE 18TH CENTURY  
SONG OF THANKS SCHULZ  
STATELY DANCE HOOK  
THREE GAVOTTES HOOK  
TWO DANCES PURCELL  
TWO MINUETS MOZART, LEOPOLD  
WALTZ OLD DANCE  

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