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Canon In D and Friends Beginner Piano Collection

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Canon In D and Friends Beginner Piano Collection

Canon In D and Friends Beginner Piano Collection: Canon In D and Friends Beginner Piano Collection by Edward Elgar, Paul Dukas, Johann Pachelbel, Ludwig van Beethoven, Léo Delibes


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Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
Piano score
Publisher
SilverTonalities Sheet Music Services
Difficulty
Very easy
Canon In D and Friends Beginner Piano Collection
Popular Classics for Beginner Pianists by SilverTonalities!
Letter Names Embedded in Noteheads to enable Beginner Pianists to read Music quickly and accurately!
• PREVIEW, pages 1-2
• ODE TO JOY from Ludwig van Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Opus 125 which premiered in Vienna in 1824, pages 3-4
• THE FLOWER DUET from the French Opera Lakme by Leo Delibes, premiering in Paris in 1883, pages 5-8
• THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE by Paul Dukas, featured in the 1940 Disney Movie “Fantasia”, pages 9-11
• POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE, Opus 39 by the English Composer Edward Elgar, written for full Orchestra in 1904, pages 12-14
• CARO MIO BEN from the Italian Composer, Guiseppe Giordani’s popular 1783 Aria, pages 15-17
• AIR from George Friedrich Handel’s, “Water Music”, which is a collection of 3 Orchestral Suites, pages 18-20
• TO A WILD ROSE, from “Woodland Sketches” Opus 51, by the American Composer Edward MacDowell, pages 21-23
• THE GREAT GATE OF KIEV, from the Russian Composer Modeste Mussorgsky’s famous “Pictures at an Exhibition”, pages 24-26
• CANON IN D by the German Baroque Composer Johann Pachelbel, transposed to C Major, pages 27-29
• GYMNOPEDIE NUMBER 1 from the French Impressionistic/20th Century Composer Erik Satie, pages 30-34
• THE HAPPY FARMER, Opus 58 Number 10 from Robert Schumann’s “Album for the Young”, pages 35-37
• THE BLUE DANUBE WALTZ Opus 314, or “On the Beautiful Blue Danube” by the Austrian Composer, Johann Strauss Junior, pages 38-40
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