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Performance 3a

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Voicing/Format Piano
Desc 2nd Edition Ff1089
Composer Piano Adventures
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Catalog # 00420182

Price: $6.50

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Product Description

Performance 3a Composed by Piano Adventures. For Piano. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420182, UPC: 674398201396)

The 2nd edition of the 3A Performance Book offers appealing, pianistic pieces that closely correlate with the Lesson Book concepts. Students will enjoy three new selections including a 4-hand arrangement of Beethoven's Alexander March, and a Duncombe sonatina. Well-loved pieces provide performance opportunities set in a variety of major and minor keys and accompaniment styles.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALLEGRETTO NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
CARNIVAL OF VENICE (CARNIVALE DI VENEZIA NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
ERIE CANAL,THE NEW YORK WORK SONG/N  
FANFARE MINUET NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
FLY'S ADVENTURE,THE NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
FUNICULI FUNICULA DENZA,LUIGI/DENZA  
GREAT WALL OF CHINA,THE NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
HOT SUMMER BLUES NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
MALAGUENA LECUONA,ERNSETO/BAN  
MORNING HAS BROKEN NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
NOVELA (A MINOR) NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
PERSIAN MARKET NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
SONG OF KILIMANJARO NANCY FABER;RANDALL  
VIVACE JOHANN KASPAR MERTZ  

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