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Handel's Messiah. Edited by Watkins...
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The New Novello Edition of Handel's life-affirming oratorio. Edited by Watkins Shaw.
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Piano Time 1
 
Hall, Pauline; Hall, Pauline
 
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The Manual of Scales, Broken Chords...
 
Ruth Gerald
 
Presents a comprehensive manual of scales, arpeggios and broken chords. This book also includes whole-tone scales and augmented arpeggios, and an introduction by Ruth Gerald. It is a useful resource...
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Writing Your Journal Article in ...
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Wendy Laura Belcher
 
This book provides all the tools you need to write an exceelent academic article and get it published
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