Ode to Joy for School Orchestra

L. V. Beethoven
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This famous music from Beethoven’s symphony No.9 is arranged for the school orchestra. The Euphonium part is set to be played by the adult, but any other part should be able to be played by children max of having grade 1.

Score ID
L. V. Beethoven
Easy (Grades 1-3)
1 minute
Other and Classical music
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