Traltzing (Opus 353) (Treble)
Tenor Recorder - Digital Sheet Music

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Recorder Solo,Tenor Recorder - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1041568

Composed by Daniel Hay. 20th Century,Contemporary,Multicultural,World. Individual part. 1 pages. Daniel Hay Music #646323. Published by Daniel Hay Music (A0.1041568).

A snappy waltz for solo instrument. The audio sample is voiced in trumpet but the piece was originally written for recorder or oboe. There are two YouTube videos for this piece. Both use the same video. The newer one is linked here and has had the audio cleaned up to remove noise artifacts for the composer by Gonzalo Oritz Delgado at . Daniel Hay is currently the admin for the FB Recorder Players group. Other music selections by the composer can be seen at -- where you can get your own subscription of two pieces of solo sheet music every month by composer Daniel Hay. Additional titles are available at: Sheet Music Plus -} Sheet Music Direct -}

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