9780571533220-0571533221-Classic Period Dramas: 14 Evocative solo piano pieces from classic feature films, including Pride & Prejudice, Becoming Jane, Emma and Brideshead Revisited (Faber Edition)

Classic Period Dramas: 14 Evocative solo piano pieces from classic feature films, including Pride & Prejudice, Becoming Jane, Emma and Brideshead Revisited (Faber Edition)

ISBN-13: 9780571533220
ISBN-10: 0571533221
Edition: 0
Author: Alfred Music
Publication date: 2010
Publisher: Alfred Music
Format: Paperback 4 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780571533220
ISBN-10: 0571533221
Edition: 0
Author: Alfred Music
Publication date: 2010
Publisher: Alfred Music
Format: Paperback 4 pages

Summary

Acknowledged author Alfred Music wrote Classic Period Dramas: 14 Evocative solo piano pieces from classic feature films, including Pride & Prejudice, Becoming Jane, Emma and Brideshead Revisited (Faber Edition) comprising 4 pages back in 2010. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0571533221 and 9780571533220. Since then Classic Period Dramas: 14 Evocative solo piano pieces from classic feature films, including Pride & Prejudice, Becoming Jane, Emma and Brideshead Revisited (Faber Edition) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Sumptuous settings, elaborate costumes and romance; the period drama is a feast for the senses. Capture the spirit of Austen and Hardy's England with these 14 evocative solos from classic literary adaptations. Featuring music by Carl Davis, Jeremy Sams and Adrian Johnston alongside Mozart, Clementi and Beethoven, carefully arranged for the intermediate pianist.

Includes:
'End Titles' from Emma * 'Main Theme' from Pride and Prejudice * 'Andante Favori WoO 57 (excerpt)' from Pride and Prejudice * 'An Adoring Heart' from Cranford * 'Sebastian' from Brideshead Revisited * 'The Beginning of the Partnership' from Shakespeare in Love * 'Main Theme' from Middlemarch and more.

"If you love this era of movie music, there is much to enjoy among these intermediate level pieces."
- Progressions magazine

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