The Open Road (Complete Collection)
Piano Solo - Digital Sheet Music

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Piano Solo - Level 4 - Digital Download

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By Heather Pierson. By Heather Pierson. Contemporary,New Age. Score. 136 pages. Sacred Vessel Recordings (ASCAP) #700882. Published by Sacred Vessel Recordings (ASCAP) (A0.1097958).

Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the release of my CD 'The Open Road', all fourteen pieces - Bittersweet, Doc Bradley’s Waltz, Edith, Flight of Fancy, Jasper County, Late October, Lullaby, Marble In My Pocket, The Open Road, Prairie Sunset, Skipping Rocks at Shoal Creek, The Storm’s Promise, Sunflowers, and Wheat - have been transcribed for solo piano by Kim Bean. 136 pages. Photography by Tim Shellmer.

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