Popular Classics Vol 5

 
  Popular Classics of the Great Composers Vol 5
  by Jason Waldron
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35 of the world's most popular melodies by the greatest Classical Composers

 

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Provides an excellent performance repertoire for students and teachers ranging from very easy to intermediate level.

 

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Includes: "Carnival of Venice"  by Paganini, "Fingal's Cave"  by Mendelssohn, "Barcarolle"  by Offenbach  and many others

 

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Comes with audio CD

 

Contents:
Popular Classics Volume 5
 

Song Composer Audio
No.1 Long, Long Ago T. Bayly  
No.2 Violin Concerto Theme L. van Beethoven
No.3 To a Wild Rose E. MacDowell  
No.4 Carnival of Venice N. Paganini  
No.5 Theme from March Slav P. Tchaikovsky  
No.6 Turkish March L. van Beethoven  
No.7 The Great Gate of Kiev M. Mussorgsky
No.8 Aria from the Marriage of Figaro W. Mozart  
No.9 Overture to "Poet and Peasant" F. von Suppe  
No.10 Variations on a Theme by Haydn J. Brahms  
No.11 Beautiful Dreamer S. Foster  
No.12 Mighty Lak' a Rose E. Nevin  
No.13 Pilgrims Chorus (from Tannhauser) R. Wagner  
No.14 Entry of the Gladiators J. Fucik
No.15 Fingal's Cave F. Mendelssohn  
No.16 New world Symphony (Theme No. 1) A. Dvorak  
No.17 New world Symphony (Theme No. 2) A. Dvorak  
No.18 Hungarian Dance No. 6 J. Brahms  
No.19 Vesti la Giubba R. Leoncavallo  
No.20 Slavonic Dance No. 2 A. Dvorak  
No.21 Serenade for Strings P. Tchaikovsky  
No.22 When the stars Were Brightly Shining G. Puccini  
No.23 Wedding Day E. Grieg
No.24 Laughing Song (from Fledermaus) J. Strauss  
No.25 Polonaise F. Chopin  
No.26 Theme from William Tell G. Rossini  
No.27 Mattinata R. Leoncavallo  
No.28 Barcarolle (from Tales of Hoffman) J. Offenbach  
No.29 Wedding March F. Mendelssohn  
No.30 Overture to "The Barber of Seville" G. Rossini  
No.31 Blue Danube Waltz No. 1 J. Straus  
No.32 Blue Danube Waltz No. 2 J. Straus  
No.33 Blue Danube Waltz No. 3 J. Straus  
No.34 Blue Danube Waltz No. 4 J. Straus  
No.35 Blue Danube Waltz No. 5 J. Straus  

 

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