“Duet No. 5 – Allegro giocoso” from EIGHT DUETS ADAPTED FOR HORN AND TROMBONE
by Brian Harris
Brass Duet - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22354601
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“Duet No. 5 – Allegro giocoso” from EIGHT DUETS ADAPTED FOR HORN AND TROMBONE
by Brian Harris
Brass Duet - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22354601
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Horn,Trombone - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1108505

Composed by Pietzsch. Arranged by Brian Harris. Chamber,Contest,Festival,Instructional. 2 pages. Bandroom.com Publications #711144. Published by Bandroom.com Publications (A0.1108505).

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“Duet No. 5 - Allegro giocoso” from EIGHT DUETS ADAPTED FOR HORN AND TROMBONE

Note: The book this duet is extracted from is also available on this site (search: EIGHT DUETS ADAPTED FOR HORN AND TROMBONE)

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Brass, Classical, Collection, Duet, Duets
French Horn, Horn in F, Tenor Trombone
Horn Trombone duets, Duets for Horn and Trombone
Duet horn trombone horn duet BcP-SE

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