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Applebaum, Samuel - String Festival Solos - Volume 2 Piano Accompaniment for Viola - Belwin/Mills Publication

Applebaum, Samuel - String Festival Solos - Volume 2 Piano Accompaniment for Viola - Belwin/Mills Publication | 7153 512

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Applebaum's Festival Solos series contains a variety of recognizable solo works suitable for developing players. As the title suggests, these tunes are ideal for recitals, festivals, and other solo opportunities, though they're valuable even if not performing. The particular repertoire contained in these volumes should be especially familiar to anyone using other Applebaum method books.

Volume 2, Piano Accompaniment for Viola. Published by Belwin/Mills.

Difficulty: 3

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Viola Piano Accompaniment - Volume II

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Asked On: 10/12/2017

Does this include both the viola and piano parts? What level of difficulty? Thank you. Welthie

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This book includes the piano accompaniment only and is considered intermediate level. You can view the product photos to get a better idea of the difficulty. For more information on difficulty ratings, please take a look at the SHAR Blog. Hope this helps!

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