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Folk Dances From France

Folk Dances From France

Sheet Music
Arranger Ruth Decesare
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Multicultural
Catalog # BMR05122
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Folk Dances From France Arranged by Ruth Decesare. For . Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # BMR05122, UPC: 029156300987)

Thirteen game-songs and dances from France. The book includes easy-to-follow dance graphics, simple piano arrangements, French and English text, cultural information and an accompaniment CD. Songs include: Avoine, Avoine (The Oates, the Oats) * Bonjour, Belle Rosine (Good Day Lovely Rosina) * C'etait un Roi de Sardaigne (O, the Great King of Sardinia) * Meunier, Tu Dors (The Miller Sleeps) * La Tour, Prends Garde (Beware, Oh Tower) * Le Rosier (The Rose Tree).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AVOINE,AVOINE (THE OATES DE CESARE,RUTH THE OATS)  
BONJOUR BELLE ROSINE (GOOD DAY LOVELY RO DE CESARE,RUTH  
C'ÉTAIT UN ROI DE SARDAIGNE (O THE GREAT DE CESARE,RUTH  
LA TOUR PRENDS GARDE (BEWARE OH TOWER) DE CESARE,RUTH  
LE ROSIER (THE ROSE TREE) DE CESARE,RUTH  
MEUNIER,TU DORS (THE MILLER SLEEPS) DE CESARE,RUTH  
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