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Nine Sonatinas Op 20 & Op 55
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Nine Sonatinas Op 20 & Op 55

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Friedrich Kuhlau
Arranger Willard A Palmer
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 4889

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Nine Sonatinas Op 20 & Op 55 Composed by Friedrich Kuhlau. Arranged by Willard A Palmer. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 4889, UPC: 038081029993)

The Three Sonatinas, Op. 20 can be studied after the Clementi Sonatinas, Op. 3 6 and are also slightly more difficult than the Six Sonatinas, Op. 55. They pr epare the student for study of some of the Haydn sonatas. While several of the sonatinas in this collection are standard teaching repertoire, others are not as readily accessible and present teacher and student with fresh choices for study and performance.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
SONATINA NO. 1 IN C MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU C  
SONATINA NO. 1 IN C MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU G  
SONATINA NO. 2 IN G MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU G  
SONATINA NO. 2 IN G MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU G  
SONATINA NO. 3 IN C MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU C  
SONATINA NO. 3 IN F MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU F  
SONATINA NO. 4 IN F MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU F  
SONATINA NO. 5 IN D MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU D  
SONATINA NO. 6 IN C MAJOR PALMER KUHLAU C  

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