Country gardens: and other works for piano

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Dover Publications, 2002 - Music - 120 pages
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The energy, love of nature, and creativity of Australian-born American composer and pianist Percy Grainger shines through in this collection that includes 15 of his most popular piano works. Included are "Country Gardens," "Molly on the Shore," "Colonial Song," "Irish Tune from County Derry," "Shepherd's Hey," "Spoon River," "Handel in the Strand," and 8 others.

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