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Songs Without Words

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc 51480327
Composer Felix Mendelssohn
Publisher G Henle Usa Inc
Catalog # 51480327

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Songs Without Words Composed by Felix Mendelssohn. For Piano Folio. Published by G Henle Usa Inc. (Catalog # 51480327, UPC: 884088175221)

OMEA 2015, Class A: Normally in stock: Op. 19, #3:   Op. 53, #3: , Op. 62, #2:

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
APPENDIX: SONG WITHOUT WORDS (VERSION MENDELSSOHN  
APPENDIX: SONG WITHOUT WORDS OP. 30,4 MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 102 MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 19 MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 30 MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 38 MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 53 MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 62 MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 67 MENDELSSOHN  
(VERSION OF THE ENGLISH FIRST EDITION)  
A TRANSCRIPTION BY CARL KLINGEMANN) MENDELSSOHN  
APPENDIX: SONG WITHOUT WORDS (VERSION OF MENDELSSOHN  
OF LATER AUTOGRAPH) OP. 102,2  
SONG WITHOUT WORDS [RIDER'S SONG] MENDELSSOHN  
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS OP. 85 MENDELSSOHN  

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