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Preludes 1er Livre
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Preludes 1er Livre

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Softcover
Composer Claude Debussy
Arranger Heinemann/Theopold
Publisher G Henle Usa Inc
Series Keyboard Instruments
Catalog # 51480383

Price: $30.95

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Product Description

Preludes 1er Livre Composed by Claude Debussy. Arranged by Heinemann/Theopold. For Piano Folio. Published by G Henle Usa Inc. (Catalog # 51480383, UPC: 884088175764)

OMEA 2015,  Class A: Special order:  Prelude 2, 10, or 12, play all of one

 OMEA 2015: Class B:Special order: Girl With the Flaxen Hair

 

Composer: Claude Debussy Editor: Ernst-Gunter Heinemann

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CE QU'A VU LE VENT D'OUEST HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
DANSEUSES DE DELPHES HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
DES PAS SUR LA NEIGE HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
LA CATH'DRALE ENGLOUTIE HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,CLAUDE  
LA DANS DE PUCK HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
LA FILLE AUX CHEVEUX DE LIN HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
LA S'R'NADE INTERROMPUE HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
LE VENT DANS LA PLAINE HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
LES COLLINES D'ANACAPRI HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
LES SONS ET LES PARFUMS HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
MINSTRELS HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  
VOILES HEINEMANN/THEOPOLD DEBUSSY,C.  

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