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Impromptus Op 142
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Impromptus Op 142

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Franz Schubert
Arranger Murray Baylor
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 546

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Impromptus Op 142 Composed by Franz Schubert. Arranged by Murray Baylor. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 546, UPC: 038081032245)

OMEA 2015, Class B: Normally in stock: Impromptu Op 142, #2, no repeats, play all:

Challenging and expressive, this set of six pieces will delight pianists as well as their listeners. The editor has included a discussion of the life and works of Schubert, specific directions on how to perform and practice these works, and information on how they were researched. The pieces are maintained in their original form.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
IMPROMPTU IN A-FLAT BAYLOR SCHUBERT Ab  
IMPROMPTU IN B-FLAT BAYLOR SCHUBERT Bb  
IMPROMPTU IN F MINOR BAYLOR SCHUBERT F  
IMPROMPTU IN F MINOR BAYLOR SCHUBERT F  
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