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Lesson 4

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Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Piano Adventures
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Piano Adventures
Catalog # 00420183

Price: $6.95

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Product Description

Lesson 4 Composed by Piano Adventures. For Piano. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420183, UPC: 674398201402)

The 2nd Edition Level 4 Lesson Book follows Piano Adventures Level 3B. The book is arranged by related major and minor keys, grounding the repertoire. The emphasis on root position V7 chords, arpeggios, and Power Scales links applied theory to the pieces being studied. Expressive repertoire selections build a strong foundation in harmony and technique.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BRIDAL MARCH (FROM THE OPERA LOHENGRIN) FABER/FABER  
BURLESCA (FROM NOTEBOOK FOR WOLFGANG) FABER/FABER  
CHANSON SCHWARTZ,STEPHEN  
DRUMMER AT THE KEYBOARD FABER/FABER  
GONDOLA,THE FABER/FABER  
IN THE HALL OF THE MOUNTAIN KING FABER/FABER  
LITTLE JOKE FABER/FABER  
MAPLE LEAF RAG FABER/FABER  
NIGHT RIDE FABER/FABER  
PRELUDE IN C (NO1 FROM THE WELL TEMPERED FABER/FABER  
PRELUDE IN D MINOR (FROM OP43) FABER/FABER  
PROCESSION FABER/FABER  
SAILOR'S STORY,THE FABER/FABER  
SEASIDE SUITE (SAILBOATS IN THE WIND; MY FABER/FABER  
SONATINA IN C FABER/FABER  
WILD FLOWERS FABER/FABER  

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