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Etude March 1928

Etude March 1928

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Etude March 1928: The Saxophonist by Norman Hall

by A. M. Lingelbach, D. F. Cake, I. Winne

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Etude, 1928. soft. Description -ORIGINAL EDITION- Publisher-Printing Location: Theodore Presser Co. Philadelphia, PA Date and Numbering: March 1928, Volume XLVI, No. 3 Size and Page Count: 10.5"" X 13.5"" Tall, approx. 70 pages Condition: Good, binding good, small watermarks on edges of almost all pages Illustrations Information: Full color illustration on front cover as well as a few illustrations inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- Contains: Ear-Training for Child Pieces -By A. M. Lingelbach Impression of ""Kol Nidrei"" -By D. F. Cake Schumann -""Soldiers' March"" -By I. Winne And many other fascinating articles! Musical pieces include: Impromptu Op. 90, No. 4 -By F. Schubert Minuet from ""Sonatina Op. 49, No. 2"" -By L. van Beethoven As well as pieces by many other musicians!


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