These well-crafted and idiomatic arrangements of music from the thirteenth century to the present day are presented in chronological order with straighforward piano accompaniments. Arranged by Philip Bass and Paul Harris to practice the note ranges and keys of the early grades, this collection allows you to get a real feel for the different styles of music through time, while providing an invaluable source of further study and recital repertoire.
*Chanson favorite d'Henri IV by Anon.
*"Hallelujah from O God, thou art my God" by "Purcell, H."
*Recitativo and Arioso from Sonata in E minor for viola da gamba by Telemann
*Tambourin by Gossec
*"Bei M�nnern, welche Liebe f�hlen from The Magic Flute" by Mozart
*"The Trout Op. 32, D. 550" by Schubert
*La nouvelle carel by Anon.
*Gnossienne No. 1 by Satie
*The Crush Collision March by "Joplin, Scott"
*"Pierrot's Serenade from Puppets, III" by Martinu
*September Song from Knickerbocker Glory by Weill
*Landscape with Rumba by "Bass, Philip"