10 Romantic Pieces - French Horn Duet
by Ludwig van Beethoven
Brass Duet - Digital Sheet Music

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French Horn Duet Horn - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.850673

Composed by Anton Rubinstein, Antonin Dvorak, Johannes Brahms, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky. Arranged by Francesco Leone. Classical,Instructional,Romantic Period. Score. 53 pages. Glissato Edizioni Musicali #6604185. Published by Glissato Edizioni Musicali (A0.850673).

10 Easy Romantic Pieces arranged for French Horn duet (scored in 4 different keys).
contents titles: 1. Largo from "New World Simphony" – A. Dvorák  2. Theme from "Le Streghe" - N.Paganini  3. Melody – A. Rubinstein  4. Soldier March – R. Schumann 5. The Great Gate of Kiev - M. Mussorgsky 6. Theme from "New World Symphony" (IV mov.) - A. Dvorák
7. Theme from "Symphony n. 1" (IV mov.) - J. Brahms 8. Theme from "Symphony n. 5" (II mov.) - L. van Beethoven 9. Theme from "Symphony n. 7" (II mov.) - L. van Beethoven 10. Theme from "Swane lake" P.I.Tchaikovsky

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