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Play Handel

Play Handel - Trombone/Euphonium (Trombone)

Georg Friedrich Handel
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These book/CD packs contain 12 of Handel's most famous compositions to play along with authentic-sounding organ and cello accompaniments on CD. Includes selections from Messiah, Water Music Suite, Music for the Royal Fireworks and more.

Song List:

  • Adagio E Staccato From Water Music Suite No 1 F Major Hwv 348
  • Air From Water Music Suite No 1 F Major Hwv 348
  • Arioso From Alcina Hwv 34
  • He Hall Feed His Flock From Messiah Hwv 56
  • Hornpipe From Water Music Suite No 1 F Major Hwv 348
  • Largo From Xerxes Hwv 40
  • Minuet From Water Music Suite No 1 F Major Hwv 348
  • Minuet I From Music For The Royal Fireworks Hwv 351
  • Minuet Ii From The Music For Royal Fireworks Hwv 351
  • Rejoice From Music For The Royal Fireworks Hwv 351
  • Rejoice Greatly O Daughter Of Zion From Messiah Hwv 56
  • Sarabande From Suite For Harpsichord Vol2 No 4 In D Minor Hwv 437 Main Title Of Barry Lyndon

Additional Information:

Publisher: De Haske Publications (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 44005547
Northwest Product Number: 112-1600-24-008

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