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Song Without Words # 5

Composer
Year of composition
1997
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
1 minute
Genre
Other
Instrumentation
Large mixed ensemble
Instrumental parts
Not available
Related scores
Song Without Words # 26 [Voice, Piano, Violin], Song Without Words # 23 [String Quartet], Song Without Words [Cycle Two # 40] [Strings, and Flute], Song Without Words # 12 [Piano], Song Without Words # 20 [Piano], Song Without Words [Cycle Two # 39] [Flute, Harp, Guitar, and Viola], Song Without Words # 15 [String Quartet and Flute], Fannie [Piano], Song Without Words # 6 [Piano solo], Song Without Words # 14 [ Duet for Piano and Violin ], Song Without Words # 17 [Piano], Song Without Words # 7 [Voice, Piano, Viola, and Cello], Song Without Words [Cycle Three # 76], Song Without Words # 24 - Tarantella [Piano], Song Without Words # 16 [Piano and Cello], Song Without Words # 18 [Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Flute], Song Without Words # 34 [Piano, and Flute], Song Without Words # 21 [Harp, Cello], Song Without Words # 13, Song Without Words # 3, Song Without Words # 29 [String Quartet and DB], Song Without Words # 28 [Flute, Guitar, Strings, and Drums], Song Without Words # 32 [Piano], Song Without Words #9 [Piano, Strings, Flute, and Voice], Song Without Words # 30 [Strings, Piano, Flute, Guitar, English Horn, Double Bass, and Voice], Song Without Words # 8 [ Woodwinds, Strings, CB, Voice], Fannie, Song Without Words # 2 [Piano, Flute, Viola], Song Without Words #27, Bossa Nova, Song Without Words # 22 [Harp, Viola, Cello, Flute, and Clarinet in B Flat], Song Without Words # 19 [Harp, Piano, and Viola], Song Without Words # 25 -- Lazy Afternoon, Song Without Words # 10 [Flute, Harp, Violin], Song Without Words # 31, Song Without Words # 11 [Piano, Flute, Violin, and Cello], Song Without Words # 33 [A Jazz Tone Poem--Piano Solo] and Song Without Words # 1 [F Sharp Minor][Piano,Cello, Clarinet in B Flat]

Available in piano and voice version.

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