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Funtime Piano Ragtime & Marches Lev 3
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Funtime Piano Ragtime & Marches Lev 3

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Composer F.w. Meacham
Arranger Faber/Faber
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Pretime To Bigtime
Grade Lv 3
Catalog # 00420117

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Funtime Piano Ragtime & Marches Lev 3 Composed by F.w. Meacham. Arranged by Faber/Faber. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420117, UPC: 674398200627)

Early 1900s rags and marches arranged in cut time with quarter and half notes in place of eighth and quarter notes. These ever-popular pieces offer immense appeal to the piano student and are excellent for recital or other performance. Contents include: The Entertainer · Maple Leaf Rag · When the Saints Go Marching In · American Patrol · The Ants Came Marching · Dixie · The Easy Winners · Glad Cat Rag · Parade of the Tin Soldiers · Snowflake Rag · The Stars and Stripes Forever.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMERICAN PATROL,THE FABER/FABER MEACHAM,F.W.  
ANTS CAME MARCHING,THE FABER/FABER TRADITIONAL  
DIXIE FABER/FABER  
EASY WINNERS,THE FABER/FABER JOPLIN,SCOTT  
ENTERTAINER,THE FABER/FABER JOPLIN,SCOTT  
GLAD CAT RAG FABER/FABER  
MAPLE LEAF RAG FABER/FABER JOPLIN,SCOTT  
PARADE OF THE TIN SOLDIERS (PARADE DES S FABER/FABER JESSEL,LEON  
SNOWFLAKE RAG FABER/FABER  
STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER FABER/FABER SOUSA,JOHN PHILIP  
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN FABER/FABER  

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