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Classical Themes Vol 3 (Midi)
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Classical Themes Vol 3 (Midi)

Voicing/Format Accessory
Composer Nikola Rimsky-Korsa
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Catalog # 00296335

Price: $12.95

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Classical Themes Vol 3 (Midi) Composed by Nikola Rimsky-Korsa. For Accessory. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296335, UPC: 073999963359)

This General MIDI disk correlates directly to the songs in Classical Themes Le vel 3. All track numbers for use with the GM disk are clearly indicated in the book, and are included with the GM disk packet as well. These fully-orchestra ted accompaniments by Hal Leonard Student Piano Library method author Phillip Keveren are a delightful way to enhance students' lessons, and are a sure way to guarantee practice success!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ELEPHANT,THE SAINT-SAENS,C  
LA DONNA þ MOBILE VERDI,G  
LA DONNA E MOBILE VERDI,G.  
LULLABY (CRADLE SONG) BRAHMS,JOHANNES  
MERRY WIDOW WALTZ,THE ROSS/LEHAR  
POLOVETSIAN DANCES BORODIN,ALEXANDER  
ROSAMUNDE SCHUBERT,FRANZ  
SCHEHEREZADE THEME RIMSKY-KORSA,NIKOLA  
SYMPHONY NO1 IN C MINOR FIRST MOVEMENT E BRAHMS,JOHANNES  
TRUMPET TUNE PURCELL/CLARKE  
TURKISH MARCH BEETHOVEN  

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