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Recital Book Lev 1b
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Recital Book Lev 1b

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Alfred's Basic Piano
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Alfred's Basic Piano Libr
Catalog # 2113

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Recital Book Lev 1b Composed by Alfred's Basic Piano. For Piano. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 2113, UPC: 038081003535)

The Recital Books congratulate students for a job well done by providing correlated repertoire to their Lesson Books that are based on concepts they've already learned. As a result, the pieces are quickly mastered. Included in Recital 1B are the folk tunes "Camptown Races" and "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow," and imaginative originals like "The Elephant and the Flea" and "March of the Extra-Terrestrials."
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANYONE FOR TIC-TAC-TOE PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
CAMPTOWN RACES FOSTER G  
CARAVAN,THE PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO G  
ELEPHANT AND THE FLEA,THE PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO G  
FANFARE AND CANON PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
FOR HE'S A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW FOLK SONG G  
FREIGHT TRAIN PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO G  
GIFT TO BE SIMPLE,THE FOLK SONG C  
HAYRIDE PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
HIAWATHA PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO G  
HIDING GAME,A PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
I'VE BEEN WISHIN' PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
LIMERICK TUNE PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO G  
MARCH OF THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIALS PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO  
MINUET AND TRIO PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
OLD MILL,THE PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
RONDINO PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO C  
SOARING PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO G  
STORM,THE PALMER/MANUS/LETHCO Am  
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