This third studio album by the ever popular Bruno Mars reached #2 on the Billboard 200 charts, and features the title track plus eight more songs arranged for piano, voice and guitar: Calling All My
This sheet music features an arrangement for piano and voice with guitar chord frames, with the melody presented in the right hand of the piano part as well as in the vocal line.
Edited by Uwe Wolf. Revised by John Coombs. For soloists, SATB choir & orchestra. Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. Includes critical notes. A wedding cantata. Score, 87 p.
For bassoon. First printing. A brief movement. Score, 2 p.
Edited by Georg von Dadelsen. Fingering by Hans-Martin Theopold. For piano. Urtext Edition. Includes critical commentary. Score, 12 p.
For solo bassoon. First printing. One movement work. Score, 4 p.
Needham's original intent with Chamber Symphony was to encapsulate the 2008 presidential election, from the Democratic primaries to the historic general election campaign and win of Barack Obama.
Play the hits you've been hearing on the radio all year long! Includes: Closer; Don't Wanna Know; Heathens; How Far I'll Go; I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker); Million Reasons; Scars to
Edited by David J. Smith. Includes a detailed preface, editorial notes, facsimiles, notes on sources and critical commentary. From the series Musica Britannica, Vol. 101. Clothbound
The famous melody by Gluck is skillfully arranged for cello and guitar duo by Leisner. The dramatic cello voice soars above a beautiful accompaniment on guitar.
Matching folio to Jones' 2016 album, her fifth to reach the Billboard Album Chart's top three positions. Featuring a mix of originals and some of her favorite covers for a 12-song mix including: And
This piece is a transcription of a composition originally conceived for choir and large orchestra commissioned by the Knabenkantorei Basel. The text which stems from the liturgical chants
Demetrius Constantine Dounis, one of the most prominent violin pedagogues of the twentieth century, was revered for his intense concern for the proper ergonomics of violin playing along with his emphasis on
For fretless guitar & vibraphone. Printed from manuscript. Six movement work. The vibraphonist performs on both conventional and microtonal instruments. Spiral bound score, 24 p.
Edited by Vincenzo Borghetti. Complete Edition. From the Rossini Complete Works, Series I, Vol. 15. Two-volume set with critical commentary. Clothbound scores.
Edited by Ewald Zimmermann. Fingerings by Hans-Martin Theopold. For piano solo. Urtext Edition. Score, 23 p.
Transcribed and edited by Nicholas Recuber. For double bass. First printing. Originally written for violin without bass continuo. Score, 11 p.
But for the sudden death of the composer's collaborator on this project, organist and pianist Joel Hastings, the present cycle of piano pieces was intended to be an even greater successor to Pann's The
For solo violin. One movement work with heavy use of multiple stops. Score, 6 p.
Edited by Rudolf Steglich. Fingering by Hans-Martin Theopold. For piano. Urtext Edition. Includes critical commentary. Score, 24 p.
CHAMINADE: Serenade, Op. 29, Scarf-Dance (Pas des Echarpes) from Cinq Airs de Ballet Calliroe, Op. 37b, No. 2, Lolita (Caprice Espagnol), Op. 54, COUPERIN: Soeur Monique from the eighteenth order of
Edited by Ulrich Scheideler. Fingering by Michael Schneidt. For piano. Revised, Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger., Fr. and Eng. This volume includes extensive critical notes. Score, 108 p.
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