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The Opening of a Rose - mini score By Colin Decio
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A5 Musical score: This is the mini score to The Opening of a Rose by contemporary composer Colin Decio for string orchestra. It was written after the 9/11 event and is in memory of all those fallen.
J. S. Bach The Inventions and Sinfonias in Open Score By Kendall Durelle Briggs
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An open score edition of Bach's Inventions and Sinfonias in both C clefs and modern clefs.
J. S. Bach The Goldberg Variations in Open Score By Kendall Durelle Briggs
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An open score edition of Bach's Goldberg Variations in both original C clefs and modern clefs.
Bach Clavier Ubung III Open Score Edition By Kendall Durelle Briggs
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An open score edition of Bach's famous Clavier Ubung III, his great German Organ Mass.
J. S. Bach The Well-Tempered Clavier Book I in Open Score By Kendall Durelle Briggs
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A new edition of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in Open Score, in both older C clefs and in modern treble and bass clefs.
J. S. Bach The Well-Tempered Clavier Book II in Open Score By Kendall Durelle Briggs
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A new edition of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in Open Score, in both older C clefs and in modern treble and bass clefs.
Boost Your Credit Score Fast By Reginald Alston
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"Give Me 45 Minutes And I'll Have You On Your Way To A Better Credit Rating, Happy Lenders, And Open Doors!" If you're planning on asking for a loan in the future... If you want to get... More > help from the bank to buy your dream home, dream car, start your own business or more... but feel like your bad credit rating is holding you back. FRET NO MORE. Within my 50 page guide, "101 Fast Fixes To Boosting Your Credit Score," I'll teach you exactly how the credit bureau's do their business. I'll teach you how to regain their trust step by step, and even show you a few simple tricks for being financially responsible. You can download my guide straight to your computer in minutes. Once you do, the tips and tricks inside will blow your mind...< Less
Open Your Heart at Christmas By James Eakin III
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"Open Your Heart at Christmas" was commissioned by the Turtle Creek Chorale. This piece, with text by Pamela Martin, is scored for SATB, vocal soloists, Oboe (any C instrument is optional),... More > Cello (optional), and Harp (Piano optional). A version for TTBB is also available.< Less
LEWIS - for solo violin (2003) - Music score By Simone Fontanelli
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Simone Fontanelli LEWIS (“Why We Remember...?) For solo violin (2003) This piece has been written for and dedicated to my friend the violinist Lewis Kaplan. Lewis is a great musician and a... More > wonderful teacher, a nice man full of humour who loves, when in good company, to tell jokes. One of his favourite jokes begins with the sentence: “Why We Remember Seventeen-ninety-nine?”. How Lewis was saying that was so theatrical end expressive that for me was musical material. It became the opening line of my piece. I wrote this piece right after my first summer at the Bowdoin International Music Festival in 2003. Lewis had invited me there and we had the opportunity to know each other, and all the moments when, observing Lewis, he was looking happy or melancholy, pensive or serene, helped me in finding ideas to this work. In the widest meaning of the word, this is a piece about “memories” (that’s “Why We Remember...?”) which everyone has.< Less
LEWIS - for solo violin (2003) - Music score By Simone Fontanelli
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Simone Fontanelli LEWIS (“Why We Remember...?) For solo violin (2003) This piece has been written for and dedicated to my friend the violinist Lewis Kaplan. Lewis is a great musician and a... More > wonderful teacher, a nice man full of humour who loves, when in good company, to tell jokes. One of his favourite jokes begins with the sentence: “Why We Remember Seventeen-ninety-nine?”. How Lewis was saying that was so theatrical end expressive that for me was musical material. It became the opening line of my piece. I wrote this piece right after my first summer at the Bowdoin International Music Festival in 2003. Lewis had invited me there and we had the opportunity to know each other, and all the moments when, observing Lewis, he was looking happy or melancholy, pensive or serene, helped me in finding ideas to this work. In the widest meaning of the word, this is a piece about “memories” (that’s “Why We Remember...?”) which everyone has.< Less