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BigTime® Ragtime & Marches

Level 4

By Nancy Faber

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Piano/Keyboard - 4
Level 4. Arranged by Nancy Faber and Randall Faber. Faber Piano Adventures®. Ragtime & Marches. Softcover. 40 pages. Faber Piano Adventures #FF1144. Published by Faber Piano Adventures (HL.420211).

Item Number: HL.420211
ISBN 1616771445. Ragtime & Marches. 9x12 inches.

This collection of outstanding popular pieces from the early 1900s is immensely appealing to the intermediate student. Pianistic arrangements with carefully edited fingering and pedaling include: Champagne Rag • Chatterbox Rag • “Dill Pickles” Rag • The Entertainer • Entrance of the Gladiators • Funeral March of a Marionette • March of the Toys (from the operetta Babes in Toyland) • Solace • Washington Post March • Wild Cherries Rag • Yankee Doodle Dandy.

About Basic Piano Adventures

Piano Adventures has set a new standard for a new century of piano teaching. It is fast becoming the method of choice at leading university pedagogy programs and major teaching studios around the world. But more importantly, Piano Adventures is bringing smiles to the faces of thousands of piano students. It can do the same for your students.

  • Champagne Rag 
  • Chatterbox Rag 
  • Dill Pickles Rag 
  • The Entertainer 
  • Entrance of the Gladiators 
  • Funeral March of a Marionette 
  • March of the Toys (from the operetta Babes in Toyland) 
  • Solace 
  • Washington Post March 
  • Wild Cherries Rag 
  • Yankee Doodle Dandy 

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  • 4

    Location:
    McGehee, Arkansas
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • March 07, 2009 Good purchase

    More than I ordered and very useful. Complete musical works. I will use it playing our caliope in parades and festivals.

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