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Classical Themes Lev 1

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Arranger Kern/Keveren/Rejino
Artist Kenny G/Mannheim Ste
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Catalog # 00296323

Price: $6.99

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Classical Themes Lev 1 Arranged by Kern/Keveren/Rejino. Performed by Kenny G/Mannheim Ste. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296323, UPC: 073999963236)

This series presents favorite orchestral classics, carefully graded and expertly arranged for piano solo with great teacher accompaniments! Instrumental accompaniments are also available on CD and GM disk.

Level 1 includes: Air (Handel) • Can Can (Offenbach) • The Emperor Waltz (J. Strauss, Jr.) • Morning (Grieg) • Russian Dance (Tchaikovsky) • Symphony No. 3 (Beethoven) • Trumpet Voluntary (Clarke) • Theme from Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky), plus background notes on each composition.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIR KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO O'HARA/TELEMAN/HANDE  
CAN CAN KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO OFFENBACH,J.  
EMPEROR WALTZ KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO STRAUSS JR,JOHANN  
MORNING KENNY G/MANNHEIM STE KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO SPEAKS/AGAY/STANTON/  
RUSSIAN DANCE (TREPAK) KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO TCHAIKOVSKY  
SYMPHONY NO3 IN E FLAT MAJOR (EROICA) KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO BEETHOVEN  
THEME FROM SWAN LAKE KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO TCHAIKOVSKY  
TRUMPET VOLUNTARY KERN/KEVEREN/REJINO CLARKE,JEREMIAH  
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