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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.1: Clarinet, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, for Clarinet and Piano. The title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.1: Flute, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, is a duo for Flute and Piano. The title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.2: Cello, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. Gymnopédie No.2 for Cello and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.2: Clarinet, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. Gymnopédie No.2 for Clarinet and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.2: Flute, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. Gymnopédie No.2 for Flute and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.2: Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. Gymnopédie No.2 for Piano Solo.
Original: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.3: Cello, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 3rd Gymnopedie for Cello and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.3: Clarinet, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 3rd Gymnopedie for Clarinet and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.3: Flute, Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 3rd Gymnopedie for Flute and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.3: Piano

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. Gymnopédie No.3 in A minor. An enigmatic piano solo.
Original: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Nocturne: No. 1

instrumentThe first Nocturne, a lovely, atmospheric piano piece.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Katzenfugue from Sonata in G minor: L.499, K. 30

instrumentKatzenfuge for piano or harpsichord. Copyist A.K.
Original: Difficulty 8 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Kp 531:Sonata in E

instrumentSonata in E was originally written for the harpsichord, but is very effective played as a piano piece. Another lively Gigue.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Kp 531:Sonata: C ma

instrumentThis sonata was originally in E and written for the harpsichord, but is very effective played as a piano piece. Another lively Gigue, transposed to C major.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Sonata in B minor:: L.033: Piano or Harpsichord

instrumentSonata in B minor for Harpsichord or Piano.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Sonata in C: Kp. 86

instrumentSonata in C for harpsichord or piano.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Sonata in C: L.104: Piano or Harpsichord

instrumentSonata in C for Harpsichord or Piano.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Sonata in C: L.205

instrumentSonata in C is a Gigue, and was originally written for the harpsichord.
Original: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Sonata in D minor: L.058: Piano or Harpsichord

instrumentSonata in D minor for Harpsichord or Piano.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Sonata in E minor: L.022: Piano or Harpsichord

instrumentSonata in E minor for Harpsichord or Piano.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Scarlatti: Sonata in E: L. 23: Piano or Harpsichord

instrumentSonata in E for Harpsichord or Piano.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Schubert: 18 Waltzes Op.9a_D365

instrument18 Waltzes for piano solo.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Schubert: Ave Maria: Latin: Voice, Piano, Bb ma

instrumentAve Maria: This is a later version of the song inspired by Walter Scotts poem, The Lady of the Lake, adapted to the latin words of the Hail Mary prayer. For Voice and Piano, Latin words, Bb major.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Schubert: Ave Maria: Latin: Voice, Piano, F ma

instrumentAve Maria: This is a later version of the song inspired by Walter Scotts poem, The Lady of the Lake, adapted to the latin words of the Hail Mary prayer. For Voice and Piano, Latin words, F major.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Schubert: Ave Maria: Piano Ab ma

instrumentAve Maria: inspired by Walter Scotts poem The Lady of the Lake, whose opening words and refrain are Ave Maria. Later versions of this song were adapted to the latin words of the Hail Mary prayer. Arranged as a Piano solo, Ab major.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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