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Title: Easy Songs For The Beginning Mezzo
Publisher: G Schirmer Inc
Arranger: Boytim, Joan Frey
Catalog #: 50483757
Series: Vocal Collection
This series was designed to supplement traditional vocal instruction and works perfectly as preparatory literature for The First Book of Solos and The First Book of Solos Part II. Each piece is in English and has a limited vocal range as well as a piano accompaniment that is playable by a student pianist. The pieces include art songs, folksongs, humorous songs, and suitable vintage popular songs and are all appropriate for contest solos. The accompanying CD includes professionally-recorded accompaniments. OMEA Solo & Ensemble Vocal Solos Early One Morning (2C34) The First Primrose (2C37) Gently, Johnny, Jingalo (2C33) It Was a Lover and His Lass (3C33) Last Night (3C29) Little Wild Rose (2C46) The Lotus Flower (3C40) The Maiden s Wish (2C29) Mother, Oh Sing Me to Rest (3C26) Snowbells (3B50) Vienna, My City of Dreams (3C41) Who ll Buy My Lavender (2B37)
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