Contest Winners Book 1: Early Elementary to Elementary

By: McArthur, Victoria [editor]

Price: $6.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good

Book Only. Very Good Plus Condition. Unmarked. Clean. Solid binding. Very minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Soft cover music book copy of Contest Winners Book 1: Early Elementary to Elementary. Victoria McArthur, editor. Book only. Fourteen original piano solos by favorite Alfred composers: Jumping Jelly Beans (Chris Goldston), Indian Feather Dance (Margaret Goldston), Belle the Bashful Butterfly (Martha Mier), Creepy Crocodile (Catherine Rollin), Dalmatians! (Tom Gerou), Sir Cabot (Martha Mier), Cat Walk (W.T. Skye Garcia), Little Shooting Star (June C. Montgomery), The Star of Blandford Alley (John Robert Poe), My Ducks Love to Quack! (Catherine Rollin), Ladybug Boogie (Martha Mier), Traffic Zoo! (Dennis Alexander), Kitty Cat Blues (Margaret Goldston), Reflections in the Pool (Margaret Goldston). Some solos with optional teacher duet. Alfred Publishing Co., Inc., Van Nuys CA, 2004. 32 pages, 12 x 9 inches, 31 cm. List price 6.95.Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!

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The carefully graded pieces in this outstanding series are drawn from festival and contest lists and represent some of Alfred's most popular and effective solos by favorite Alfred composers. Each book includes suggested practice and performance tips for each piece by experienced teacher and editor, Victoria McArthur.

Title: Contest Winners Book 1: Early Elementary to Elementary

Author/Composer: McArthur, Victoria [editor]

Categories: Piano Student Solos,

Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.: 2004-05-01

ISBN Number: 0739063901

ISBN Number 13: 9780739063903

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 009441

Keywords: Piano, Music, Lesson, Books, Children, Elementary, Level, Beginners, Recital, Chris Goldston, Margaret Goldston, Catherine Rollin, W T Skye Garcia, June C Montgomery, John Robert Poe, Tom Gerou, Martha Mier,