Dandelion and Crackies Teeth
Piano, Piano Duet - Easy/Beginner
Arranged by Gary Johnston. Folk, Children's Music. Individual Part, Score, Sheet Music Single. 18 pages. Published by Gary C. Johnston (S0.25888).
Item Number: S0.25888
Five-finger arrangements with parent/teacher duets of seven much-loved Newfoundland folks songs. Introduce your young students to the music of the ruggedly beautiful and magical island of Newfoundland. From the humorous Kelligrew's Soiree to the hauntingly beautiful Ode to Newfoundland this collection is guaranteed to delight young players. The accompanying duets are energetic, rhythmic and easily played. The five-finger arrangements are written with Finale's Alpha-notes so the note names appear in the note heads making it easier for young beginners to play and at the same time learn their notes names!
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