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Alfred's Basic Piano Library Repertoire, Book 4

By Willard A. Palmer

Composed by Willard A. Palmer, Morton Manus, and Amanda Vick Lethco. Method/Instruction; Piano - Alfred's Basic Piano Library. Alfred's Basic Piano Library. Children. Book. 32 pages.

Item Number: AP.6190

ISBN 0739010662. Children.

The Repertoire Books contain attractive compositions from the 17th century to the present. The pieces have been organized in progressive order and meet the requirements of many piano festivals, auditions and competitions. The books may also be used as sight reading material or as a supplement to other method books.

  • Allegro  Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn
  • Bourlesq  Additional credits Leopold Mozart
  • Calypso Rhumba  Additional credits Amanda Vick Lethco,Willard Palmer
  • Chorale  Additional credits Joachim Neander
  • Country Dance  Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn
  • Fanfare  Additional credits Johann Philipp Kirnberger
  • German Dance  Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • In Church  Composed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • Old French Song  Composed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • On the Green  Composed by Jean Louis Streabbog
  • Prelude  Additional credits Samuel Maykapar
  • Prelude in C Major  Additional credits Carl Reinecke
  • Rhythmic Dance  Composed by Béla Bartók
  • Spanish Dance  Composed by Muzio Clementi
  • Tarantella  Composed by Anton Diabelli
  • The Hunting Horn and the Echo  Additional credits Daniel Gottlob Türk
  • The Music Box  Additional credits Samuel Maykapar
  • The Ocean  Composed by Cornelius Gurlitt
  • The Woodpecker  Composed by Jean Louis Streabbog
  • Theme and Variation  Composed by Cornelius Gurlitt
  • Toccatina  Composed by Dmitri Kabalevsky
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  • 5

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  • March 14, 2007 good for sightreading if you're advanced

    this is a beginner book, it's good for sight reading though but it's good if you're a beginner

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