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Consorts from Four Nations. (U.)
A more difficult one is: Fantasia, by William Byrd. (S.)
Le Rossignol en amour, by Fr. Couperin. (S. and U.) This is difficult,
Classical Album; twenty transcriptions by Haydn, Beethoven and other sources. (S.) Fairly easy.
Le Landais, by Michel la Barre. (S.) Moderately difficult.
Twelve Famous Classical Tunes. (U.) The tunes vary in difficulty.
Elizabethan Dances and Ayres, from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book and others. (S.) Not too difficult.
Pieces from the Fit^william Virginal Book. (N.) Fairly easy.
Salzburg Minuets, by Mozart. (N.) Fairly easy.
From a Music Book of 1740, edited by Doflein. (N.) Fairly easy.
Divisions on a Ground Bass, by Daniel Purcell. (U.) Fairly diffi­cult if you put in all the suggested ornamentation.
From Old England, pieces by English Masters of seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. (S.) They vary in difficulty and provide excellent practice for beginners on the treble.
Four Original Sonatas, by G. F. Handel. (S.) These are moderate to difficult.
Sonatina, by Walter Leigh. (S.) This is difficult but is one of the best pieces by a modern composer.
Sonata, by Daniel Purcell. (O.) Moderately difficult.
Sonata in F, by Giovanni Bononcini. (U.) Fairly difficult.
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