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Series: Bastien Piano Literature

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GP9 - Bastien Piano Literature Vol 1: Music Through the Piano - Sheet Music by Jane Smisor-bastienVol 1
GP10 - Bastien Piano Literature Volume 2 by Jane Smisor BastienVol 2
Piano Literature for the Intermediate Grades - Music Through the Piano: Volume 3 by Jane Smisor BastienVol 3
GP57 - Bastien Piano Literature Volume 4 - Early Advanced Grades by James BastienVol 4

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  1. The Very Best of ABBA by ABBA (2008)
  2. A Dozen a Day Minibook by Edna Mae Burnam (2000)
  3. Bastien Piano Basics Level 1 Piano WP201 by James Bastien (1985)
  4. The Classic Piano Course - Omnibus Edition: Books 1, 2 & 3 by C Barratt (1997)
  5. Masters of the Sonatina: Volume One Early to Intermediate by Maurice Hinson (1986)
  6. Classics for Piano ... Selected and edited by B. Frost by Bernice Frost
  7. Applause!, Bk 2: Impressive Piano Solos for the Budding Virtuoso (Alfred Masterwork Editions) by Lynn Freeman Olson (1986)
  8. Hanon: The Virtuoso Pianist in Sixty Exercises: Complete by Charles-Louis Hanon (1928)
  9. The Young Pianist's Repertoire: 2 (Faber Edition: the Waterman / Harewood Piano Series) by Fanny Waterman (1970)
  10. Hymns for Meditation by Martha Mier (1999)
  11. Pictures at an Exhibition and Other Works for Piano by Modest Petrovich Moussorgsky (1990)
  12. Library Of Easy Piano Classics (Library of Series) by Hal Leonard (1991)
  13. Library Of Piano Classics (Library of Series) by Music Sales Corporation (1985)
  14. Suzuki Piano School: Volume 1 by Shinichi Suzuki (1995)
  15. Two and Three-Part Inventions by Johann Sebastian Bach (1933)

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