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Violin and Piano, Step lb. Continued.)
Moffat. (Continued.)
—   12 Pieces by English Masters of the 17th and 18th Centuries.
These pieces are well written for the violin. They are, moreover, melodious and have interesting accompaniments.
Nicole, L. Minuet and Gavotte.
Our Favourite Tunes. From a collection of ancient and modern Melodies by C. Gurlitt. Arranged by Fr. Hermann. (7388).
Pleyel. Op. 8. 6 Duos. (Hermann). (7545).
Reinecke. Op. 122 a. 10 Petits Morceaux. (7541). No. 9 belongs to II.
—   Op. 213. 10 Petits Morceaux. (7542).
Characteristic little pieces with interesting piano part.
Rieding, Oskar. 6 Easy Pieces. Nos. 4, 5 and 6, "Tempo di Valse", "Polonaise" and "Air varie".
Ritter, E. W. Brilliant Duets. (The Violin part in the first position): —
No. 1. Variations on "The Carnival of Venice". (7550a). No. 2. Stradella, by Flotow. (7550 b). No. 3. Variations, "Rule, Britannia". (7550 c). No. 4. Rondo, "The Bay of Biscay" and "Hearts of
Oak". (755od). No. 5. "Logie O'Buchan". Fantasia. (7550 c).
—    12 Short Pieces:— Book IV. (For all four fingers.) No. 8, March; No. 9, Gavotte; No. 10, Intermezzo; No. 11, Romance; No. 12, Tarantella.
Schmitt, J. 2 Sonatinas. Edited and fingered by Emile
Thomas. (7572). Taubert, W. Serenade. (M. F. 17).
Terschak, A. Popular Melodies: —
Vol. I. England. 18 Popular Melodies. (8698 a). Vol. II. Scotland. 20 Popular Melodies. (8698 b).
Vol. III. Ireland. 18 Popular Melodies.     (8698 c).
Tschaikowsky. Favourite airs from the opera "Eugene Onegin". Arranged by V. Sorreno. (5469 a).
Volkmann. "In the Mill". (No. 1 of "Musical Picture
Book"). (M. F. 59). Wurm, Marie. March in D.
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