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Recital Bk Grade 4/CD
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Recital Bk Grade 4/CD

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Succeeding At The Piano
Arranger Helen Marlais
Publisher Fjh Music Company, Inc.
Catalog # FJH2076

Price: $6.50

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Recital Bk Grade 4/CD Composed by Succeeding At The Piano. Arranged by Helen Marlais. For Piano. Published by Fjh Music Company, Inc.. (Catalog # FJH2076, UPC: 674398230952)

Engaging pieces, in a wide variety of compositional styles, reinforce valuable concepts presented in the Lesson and Technique Book. These compositions make fine recital, festival, and competition repertoire for students. Some of the selections are: Fantasie by Telemann; Minuet by Haydn; Musette by Gr fe; artistic arrangements of Tales from the Vienna Woods and Musetta s Waltz; and outstanding originals by Timothy Brown, Kevin Costley, Mary Leaf, Edwin McLean, and Kevin Olson. Musicianship, good practice habits, and listening skills develop as students focus on Before Playing and After Playing points.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING GRACE  
BEIJING BOOGIE  
CHROMATIC RAG  
FANTASIE  
IT'S CALYPSO TIME  
JUST THINKING  
MIDNIGHT CAPER  
MINUET  
MOUNTAIN RESCUE  
MUSETTA'S WALTZ  
MUSETTE  
ON OUR WAY  
STARRY NIGHT  
TALES FROM THE VIENNA WOODS  
VARIATIONS ON CARNIVAL OF VENICE  

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