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John Clements' arrangement of this traditional Lancashire sea song for SA / 2 part choir + piano accompaniment. English lyrics only. OUP, 1961.
UMP 1994 edition of the duet "Viens, Mallika!.... Sous Le Dome Epais " from Act 1 of Delibes' opera " Lakmé " for 2 sopranos (or soprano & mezzo)...
Harry Dexter's arrangement of the German folksong "The Bold Hunter" for 2 part choir + piano accompaniment + solfa. Ashdown, 1967. English lyrics only.
J. Michael Diack's witty setting of the familiar nursery rhyme words "with apologies to Handel" for SA + piano accompaniment. Paterson, 1939. English...
Roger Fiske's arrangement of this lively German folksong for 2-part choir + piano accompaniment. OUP archive, 1960. English lyrics only.
Percy Fletcher's arrangement of 2 Italian folksongs for 2-part choir + piano accompaniment + solfa. Curwen, 1911. English lyrics only.
Adolphe Adam's Christmas favourite " Cantique de Noel " (O Holy Night) arranged by Carl Deis for 2 singers - different harmonisations for soprano &...
Stolzel's sacred aria "Bist du bei mir" , for many years attributed to J.S.Bach as his BWV508, arranged for soprano & alto + piano accompaniment...
Easy piano arrangements in larger print by Nancy & Randall Faber as part of their Faber Studio Collection series: includes some lyrics. HL, 2014....
Belaieff Musikverlag edition: c. Grade 8 level.
Belaieff Musikverlag edition, c. Grade 8 standard. NB rubbed spine so reduced from RRP of £5.50 - contents not affected.
Edition Peters Urtext, ed. Gunter Philipp, 2007. Upper grade level.
Etude in C# minor
Prelude in B
Impromptu a la Mazurka in C
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