Piano Adventures Piano Literature - Book 4 - Softcover with CD

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Series: Faber Piano Adventures
Publisher: Faber Piano Adventures
Format: Softcover with CD
Editors: Randall Faber, Nancy Faber
Piano Level: Late Intermediate

The Developing Artist PianoLiterature Book 4 is a collection of authentic keyboard literature for thelate-intermediate pianist. The book consists of carefully selected repertoirefrom the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary periods. Historicaltext on the major periods of music history is presented at the beginning of thebook. This series complements The Developing Artist Piano Sonatinas Books 1 -4.

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