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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.1: Unaccompanied Flute

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, for Unaccompanied Flute.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.3: Flute, Guitar

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 3rd Gymnopedie for Flute and Guitar duo.
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: Unaccompanied Flute

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

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.1: Two Guitars

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, for Guitar Duo. 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.3: Guitar

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

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.3: Two Guitars

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

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Satie: Gnossienne: No. 1: Piano

instrumentThe very eccentric Satie made up the word Gnossienne. This is the first one, for piano solo.
Original: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.1

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, for piano solo. The title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance.
Original: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.1: Descant Recorder, Guitar

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, for Descant Recorder and Guitar Duo. 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.3: Descant Recorder, Guitar

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

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Satie: Gymnopédie: No.1: Viola, Guitar

instrumentThe title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, is a duo for Viola and Guitar. 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.3: Viola, Guitar

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

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Schubert: Ave Maria: Cello, Guitar

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 duo for Cello and Guitar duo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Schubert: Ave Maria: Clarinet, Guitar

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 for Clarinet and Guitar duo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Schubert: Ave Maria: Flute, Guitar

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 for Flute and Guitar duo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Schubert: Standchen Serenade: Flute

instrumentStandchen Serenade: Flute and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Schubert: Ave Maria: 2 Guitars

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. For Guitar duo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Schubert: Shepherd on the Rock D 965: Clarinet, Alto Sx, Pno

instrumentShepherd on the Rock was composed in 1828, the year Schubert died, to show off the wide vocal range of singer Pauline Anne Miller Hauptmann. It is a challenging trio for all 3 performers, and this version is a transcription for Clarinet, Alto Sax and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 8 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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