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Suzuki Piano School V5

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Voicing/Format Piano
Composer New International Ed
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 0442SX

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Suzuki Piano School V5 Composed by New International Ed. For Piano. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 0442SX, UPC: 038081354545)

The New International Edition of Suzuki Piano School, Volume 5, includes French, German and Spanish translations as well as a newly recorded CD performed by internationally renowned recording artist Seizo Azuma. Now the book and CD can be purchased together or separately. The contents have changed to include Romantic pieces: Schumann's "About Foreign Lands and People" and Chopin's "Waltz in A Minor." Daquin's "The Cuckoo" has been moved here from Book 6. Schumann's "First Loss" and "Siciliana" as well as J. S. Bach's "Prelude in C" have been permanently removed.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABOUT FOREIGN LANDS AND PEOPLE FROM SCEN SCHUMANN  
FÜR ELISE WOO 59 BEETHOVEN  
INVENTION NO 1 IN C MAJOR BWV 772 FROM BACH  
OLD FRENCH SONG FROM THE ALBUM FOR THE TCHAIKOVSKY  
SONATA IN C MAJOR (ALLEGRO CON BRIO; ADA HAYDN  
SONATINA IN F MAJOR ANH. 5 NO. 2 BEETHOVEN  

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