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- Agnus Dei for choir (SATTB), piano and Bb trumpet
- Wachet! betet! betet! wachet!, BWV 70. No.5 Aria (Laßt der Spötter Zungen schmähen), for bassoon and harpsichord
Bach Johann Sebastian
- Psalm 15 for Choir (SATB), MVWV 1274
- Sit Down Brother
- Plaisir d’Amour (The Joys of Love). For voice and piano
Martini Jean Paul Egide
- Sight reading exersices for classical and acoustic guitar. Volume 2
- Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt (God so Loved the World), BWV 68. No.2 Aria (Mein gläubiges Herze), for bassoon and harpsichord
Bach Johann Sebastian
- O' Malhao Malhao - Nova numerica
Unknown (works before 1850)
- Abracadabra. For flute, english horn, horn, harp and cello, Op.24c
Special Sheet Music Collections
What a Day That Will Be
The worst often strikes unexpectedly and finds us at a great loss, especially when it’s about losing forever someone we love. One can never be ready enough to face it but has to find somewhere the strengths to go on. For Jim Hill, the sickness of his mother-in-law was a turning point in his life, as a Christian and as a composer. Puzzling over the life’s injustice that hit his family, Jim tried to visualize a glorious day when everyone would be free from suffering. The lyrics of the song he drafted in a burst of inspiration on a random piece of cardboard turned into the hymn “What a Day That Will Be”. Hill’s emotional live performances of the song with the Golden Keys Quartet were always warmly met by the public. The perfectly captured comforting thought of a day “when God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying” made the song a Gospel music gem but most importantly – an encouraging anthem for many people in times of hardship. The composition caught on, filling human hearts and practice rooms. While today it’s available in various digital formats – downloadable PDF, printable score, with voice or as an instrumental solo – the piece is most often played on the piano, violin and guitar. We suggest checking out our interactive sheet music version of Jim Hill’s famed hymnal that can be instantly printed out for practicing.
Erik Satie’s Seductive Waltz Je Te Veux
A simple “I Want You” is the English title of Satie’s most romantic and instantly recognizable song “Je Te Veux”. This 3/4 time waltz is nothing like other works by the eccentric composer (generally much darker and somber in mood), but ironically, this cheery stand-out is his most popular composition to play. What also makes it unusual and attractive for the performers is an obvious dichotomy of the sentimental and nostalgic melody and the exotic lyrics by Henry Pacory – erotic and blatantly sensual. “May your body be mine, and may all my flesh be yours”, appeals the author romanticizing the past. Satie originally composed three score versions – voice and piano, brass orchestra and full orchestra. The sheet music for piano solo that is so loved today appeared much later and has an additional section after the 2nd chorus prolonging the beautiful melody and letting the listener fully taste the nostalgia feel. The piece is often performed on guitar, violin, flute, but the piano solo arrangement remains the top favorite. Feel free to download the PDF sheet music to Eric Satie’s melancholic waltz “Je Te Veux” in our catalogue and enjoy playing the timeless French classic.
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Luca Moscardi is a composer, arranger and pianist coming from Ancona, a city on the Adriatic coast of Italy. Luca graduated from Gioachino Rossini Music Conservatory in Pesaro, Italy, majoring in piano. Now he composes classical music and makes piano transcriptions of popular songs trying to prove that a good transcription can perfectly work as an independent music work. In Luca’s piano covers, one can find the influence of jazz, blues and pop music, all beautifully interfused with the classical base. The sheet music of both original compositions and popular arrangements mostly for piano solo can be downloaded from the personal site of the musician at MusicaNeo. In order to listen to the full recordings of the original pieces and arrangements by Luca Moscardi, you can search YouTube by his stage name Lucamadeus.
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