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Progressive Trios 1 (Strings)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Cello Trio
Composer Henry Purcell
Arranger Clark/Gazda
Publisher Carl Fischer, Llc
Catalog # BF64

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Product Description

Progressive Trios 1 (Strings) Composed by Henry Purcell. Arranged by Clark/Gazda. For Cello Trio. Published by Carl Fischer, Llc. (Catalog # BF64, UPC: 798408083038)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ARIA: 'CARO MIO BEN' GIORDANI, GIUSEPPE  
BLACK FOREST WALTZ GERMAN FOLK SONG  
BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND SCOTTISH AIR  
BRIDAL CHORUS FROM LOHENGRIN WAGNER, RICHARD  
COMET RACE GAZDA, DORIS  
COUNTRY GARDENS ENGLISH AIR  
DANCE OF THE BLESSED SPIRITS GLUCK, C W VON  
DRILL, YE TARRIERS, DRILL AMERICAN FOLK SONG  
EARLY ONE MORNING ENGLISH AIR  
FLOW GENTLY, SWEET AFTON SPILMAN, JAMES E  
GRAND MARCH FROM AIDA VERDI, GIUSEPPE  
LA RASPA MEXICAN FOLK SONG  
MENUETTO MOZART, W A  
MISTY'S WALTZ GAZDA, DORIS  
O COME, LITTLE CHILDREN GERMAN CAROL  
PASSEPIED CAMPRA, ANDRE  
PAT-A-PAN FRENCH CAROL  
PRELUDE AND MINUET PURCELL, HENRY  
RIGADOON PURCELL, HENRY  
SCHERZO DAVID, FERDINAND  
SERENADE BADINE GABRIEL-MARIE, JEAN  
SICILIANA FROM NINA PERGOLESI, GIOVANNI  
SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE AM. PIONEER SONG  
TANGO ALBENIZ, ISAAC  
THANKSGIVING HYMN ELVEY, GEORGE J  

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