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ANNIVERSARY MARCH
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7478 LIncke, Pawl. 5 h o r t a n d S w e e t . QavotU. Grade III 30


A neat and very pretty modem gavotte, affording practice in grace notes and contrasting touches.

7479 Jessel, Leon. Grade III

Op. 78. Amourette. 35 7449 Vincent, Charles. A Sunset Melody. (Pipe Organ.) Grade IV 40
A fine number either for church or recital. or offertory at an evening service. Just right for a ptatad*

A very tuneful drawing-room piece In the form of a modern gavotte or schottlsche. The themes are all taking and well-contrasted.

7480 Horvath, Oeza. Op. 58, No. 2. Jolly Tour. Grade III 7455 W e y t s , M. Op. 55. Grade Ul'A

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An interesting little teaching piece for pupils of the early third grades; tuneful, rhythmic and well harmonized.

7439 Parker, Henry. Processional March. (Pipe Organ.) Grade IIIyi 60


One of the best marches we have ever seen, suitable for all-round use. It Is in " grand march " style but less heavy than most organ marches; bright and tuneful, almost military in swing and not difficult to play.

Tarentelle. 40

A brilliant modern dance movement, requiring a light touch and facile though not advanced finger tcchnic- A very good example of the style of this popular composer.

VIOLIN AND PIANO


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7456 Weyts, H. Op. 58. Caprice Espagnol. Grade III : .35


One of the familiar Spanish rhythms ideallied. This Is a very pretty drawing-room piece In the form of a " Bolero." A good recital number.

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FOUR HANDS 7448 Weyts, H. Op. 66. S i l v e r B e l l s . Polka de Salon. (Four Hands.) Grade IV 50
Ae a solo this piece ha* been a great favorite. The four-hand arrangement Is a very good one, brilliant and showy, yet not difficult to play.

CABINET ORGAN OR PIANO 1576 Battmann, J. L. Op. 76, No. 16. Ouverture Voluntary, No. 20. Grade IV 40 1575 Battmann, J. L. Op. 75, No. 15. 7465 Moszkowski, M. Op. 12, No. 1. Funeral Voluntary, No. 15. Grade Spanish Dance. (Violin and Piano.) IV 30 Grade III# 50
Yry uwrfwl placM for church purpoeei. They are written on two HTM, with an ad lib. pedal part In email notes. They may be effectively MDdeted on either the piano, cabinet organ or pipe organ. This Is a violin arrangement (by Ph. Scharwenka) of the first of Moszkowskl's famous Spanish Dances (originally for piano, four hands). It is remarkably effective.

THEO. PRESSER, PUBLISHER; PHILADELPHIA, PENNA.