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      T008 Album for the Young, Op. 39 - Tchaikovsky, P.I. (PDF DOWNLOAD)

      (Seven pieces from)1. Morning Prayer2. Mazurka3. Polka4. Lark Song5. The Sorcerer6. Waltz7. Sweet Dreams Seven pieces from Tchaikovsky's Opus 39 for piano. Although the original collection is "for the Young" these...

      TR004c Ding Dong Merrily - French Traditional

      This is a setting of two 15th Century French tunes which are now commonly associated with Christmas: "Ding Dong Merrily On High" and "Noël Nouvelet". The piece begins with the tune...

      TR004c Ding Dong Merrily - French Traditional (PDF DOWNLOAD)

      This is a setting of two 15th Century French tunes which are now commonly associated with Christmas: "Ding Dong Merrily On High" and "Noël Nouvelet". The piece begins with the tune...

      V003b Concerto For Flute in G Minor - Vivaldi, A.

      RV 439 "La Notte" Vivaldi's Concerto RV 439 "La Notte" (The Night). Dark and thrilling, with moments of stillness set alongside electric faster sections - an exciting concert piece for an...

      V003b Concerto For Flute in G Minor - Vivaldi, A. (PDF DOWNLOAD)

      RV 439 "La Notte" Vivaldi's Concerto RV 439 "La Notte" (The Night). Dark and thrilling, with moments of stillness set alongside electric faster sections - an exciting concert piece for an...

      W003a Puffin' Billy - White, E.

      This quintessential British Overture by Edward White was made famous as the theme tune to the 50's radio show "Children's Hour" and is still a popular piece in the light entertainment...

      W004b Chattanooga Choo Choo - Warren, H./Gordon, M.

      A chance to replicate those Glen Miller saxes whilst getting to grips with jazzy rhythms. This engaging arrangement (which includes an optional train whistle and acme siren!) is popular with the...

      W005a Keep Young And Beautiful - Warren, H. Dubin, A.

      Originally from the film Roman Scandals, this Harry Warren tune was more recently covered by Annie Lennox on her album Diva.  Al Dubin's rather 'un p-c' lyrics are well worth checking...