Verdi record/sheet music/harmonica (Dubuque)

*William Kratt Co. Brass Band Harmonica. Key of C.
*Two-record set of Giuseppe Verdi's "Requiem." Conductor Igor Markevitch.
   Played by Moscow Philharmonic and the State Academic Chorus. 1969.
    Case, sleeves, and records themselves all in very good condition.
    If they've been played, I can't tell it.
*"MICHAEL AARON PIANO PRIMER" (for the early-age beginner). In good shape.
*20 ALL-TIME HIT PARADE Piano/Easy Organ Solos. 1965.*MUSIC OF TODAY No. 54. Arranged by John Brimhall. 1964. "A selected group of . . . favorite songs particularly arranged for the student of piano."
*PLAYING THROUGH THE HISTORY OF THE PIANO. 35 Original keyboard Compositions by Great Masters from "Harpsicord . . . to the present. 1959. Complete. Cover slightly worn. Inside fine.
*EASY CLASSICS TO MODERNS: "Music for Millions Series." 142 easy piano pieces. 1956.
*Guild Musicianship Book Part 1: Elementary - Intermediate. Summy-Birchard Co, Evanston, IL, 1964.
*Sherwood Music School Piano Course: Grade Preparatory B: Lessons and Tests 21-40, 1958. In original envelope, good condition.
Single works:
     *Czarda's Rhapsody. For Piano--Intermediate Grade. 1963.
     *Bach's "Arioso in G." No. 3417, pub. 1940.
     *L. van Beethoven: Two Easy Sonatas, Op. 49. For Piano, by G. Schirmer, Inc. New York.
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