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Title: Journey Through The Classics Bk 1
Voicing/Format: Piano Folio
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger: Linn, Jennifer
Catalog #: 00296870
Description: 25 Essential Masterworks
Journey Through the Classics is a four-volume piano repertoire series designedto lead students seamlessly from the earliest classics to the intermediate masterworks. The graded pieces are presented in a progressive order and feature a variety of classical favorites essential to any piano student's educational foundation. Benefits: Progressive order provides a variety of musical styles in a logical sequence; Includes a reference chart with the stylistic period and challenge elements listed for each piece; Authentic repertoire ideal for auditions and recitals; and more. Quality and value make this series a perfect classical companion for any method! 25 pieces by Gurlitt, Hook, T rk, Diabelli, Kohler, Pachelbel, Reinagle and more.
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