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Favorite Classical Melodies (Bk/Cd)

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Voicing/Format Tenor Saxophone
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Bach/Gounod
Arranger David Pearl
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Play Along
Catalog # 02501737

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Product Description

Favorite Classical Melodies (Bk/Cd) Composed by Bach/Gounod. Arranged by David Pearl. For Tenor Saxophone. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02501737, UPC: 884088625122)

Great solo arrangements of beloved melodies from Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Gounod, Debussy, Handel, Rossini, Satie and more! Contains: Ave Maria · Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 · Caro Mio Ben · Clair de Lune · Funeral March of a Marionette · Gymnopédie No. 1 · Hallelujah Chorus · Hungarian Dance No. 5 · Minuet · Piano Sonata No. 14 (Moonlight) · Pomp and Circumstance · Symphony No. 5 · William Tell Overture.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AVE MARIA BACH/GOUNOD  
BRANDENBURG CONCERTO #5, 1ST MVT BACH, J S  
CARO MIO BEN GIORDANI, GIUSEPPE  
CLAIR DE LUNE DEBUSSY, CLAUDE  
FUNERAL MARCH OF A MARIONETTE GOUNOD, CHARLES  
GYMNOPEDIE #1 SATIE, ERIK  
HALLELUJAH CHORUS (FR. MESSIAH) HANDEL, G F  
HUNGARIAN DANCE #5 BRAHMS, JOHANNES  
MINUET (FR. STRING QUINTET IN E MAJOR) BOCCHERINI, LUIGI  
PIANO SONATA #14 MOONLIGHT", 1ST MVT" BEETHOVEN  
POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE ELGAR, EDWARD  
SYMPHONY #5, 1ST MVT BEETHOVEN  
WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO  

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