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The First Book Of Soprano Solos
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The First Book Of Soprano Solos

Sheet Music

Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Arranger Joan Frey Boytim
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Catalog # 50483140

Price: $18.99

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Product Description

The First Book Of Soprano Solos Arranged by Joan Frey Boytim. For Accompaniment CD. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50483140, UPC: 073999831405)

Contents: The Beatitudes (Malotte) · Bel Piacere (Handel) · Bonne Nuit (Massenet) · The Crucifixion (Barber) · El Majo Discreto (Granados) · El Tra La La Y El Punteado (Granados) · Everywhere I Look (Carew) · The Green Dog (Kingsley) · Have You Seen but a White Lily Grow? · Hear My Cry, O God (Franck) · Heffle Cuckoo Fair (Shaw) · I Love All Graceful Things (Thiman) · Into the Night (Edwards) · The K'e (Dougherty) · Let My Song Fill Your Heart (Charles) · Let Us Dance, Let Us Sing (Purcell) · Lied der Mignon (Schubert) · A Little China Figure (Leoni) · Little Elegy (Duke) · Love Has Eyes (Bishop) · Lullaby (Scott) · The Mermaid's Song (Haydn) · Minnelied (Mendelssohn) · My Johann (Grieg) · Night is Falling (Haydn) · O Peace, Thou Fairest Child Of Heaven (Arne) · Oh, What a Beautiful City (Boatner) · Piercing Eyes (Haydn) · Rose Softly Blooming (Spohr) · Si Mes Vers (Hahn) · Waldensamkeit (Reger) · Water Parted from the Sea (Arne) · When I Have Sung My Songs (Charles).

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