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Left Hand Solos Bk 2
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Left Hand Solos Bk 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger John W Schaum
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Series Piano Methods And Supplem
Catalog # EL9742

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Left Hand Solos Bk 2 Arranged by John W Schaum. For Piano Folio. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # EL9742, UPC: 029156670325)

Titles are: Dream Dust * The Gypsy Baron (Waltz Theme) * Revolving Door * Wash ington's March * Spiral Staircase * Evening Sun * Nocturne * The Squirrel and the Acorns * In the Subway * Flashes in the Harbor * Sunken Gardens * Prelude * The Silent Rose * Album Leaf * Scotch Poem * Chorale * Sextet from Lucia. Fe deration Festivals 2011-2013 selection.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALBUM LEAF SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
CHORALE SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
DREAM DUST SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
EVENING SUN SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
FLASHES IN THE HARBOR SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
GYPSY BARON (WALTZ THEME),THE SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
GYPSY BARON,THE (WALTZ THEME) SCHAUM,JOHN W EI  
IN THE SUBWAY SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
MORE* SCHAUM,JOHN W EI  
NOCTURNE SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
PRELUDE SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
REVOLVING DOOR SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
SCOTCH POEM SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
SEXTET FROM LUCI SCHAUM,JOHN W EI  
SEXTET FROM LUCIA SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
SILENT ROSE,THE SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
SPIRAL STAIRCASE SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
SQUIRREL AND THE ACORNS,THE SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
SUNKEN GARDENS SCHAUM,JOHN W.  
WASHINGTON'S MARCH SCHAUM,JOHN W.  

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