Music: An Art and a Language

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I. Sumer is icumen in . Old English Round.
II. To the Green Wood . Round by Byrd.
III. Finale of Wagner's Valkyrie .
IV. Reconnaissance from Schumann's Carnaval.
V. Irish Folk Song.
VI. Epilogue of Strauss's Till's Merry Pranks .
VII. March in Dorian Mode . Guilmant.
VIII. Movement in Lydian Mode . Beethoven.
IX. Canon . Thomas Tallys.
X. Canon from Etudes Symphoniques . Schumann.
XI. No. VI of the Goldberg Variations. J. S. Bach.
XII. Canon for Pianoforte. Grieg.
XIII. Canon for Pianoforte. Jadassohn.
XIV. Two-voiced Invention in C major . J. S. Bach.
XV. Three-voiced Fugue in E flat major . J. S. Bach.
XVI. Final portion of Organ Fugue in G major . J. S. Bach.
XVII. Cat Fugue for Pianoforte. D. Scarlatti.
XVIII. Fuga Giocosa for Pianoforte. J. K. Paine.
XIX. Song, The Evening Star . Schumann.
XX. Gavotte in F major . Corelli.
XXI. Waltz in A flat major . Schubert.
XXII. Trẫumerei . Schumann.
XXIII. Prelude in A major . Chopin.
XXIV. Lyric Piece in E flat major . Grieg.
XXV. Nocturne in F major . Chopin.
XXVI. Berceuse in G major . Grieg.
XXVII. Intermezzo in E flat minor . Heilman.
XXVIII. Sarabande in D major . J. S. Bach.
XXIX. Gavotte from Third English Suite. J. S. Bach.
XXX. Minuet from Don Giovanni . Mozart.
XXXI. Two Minuets from Castor and Pollux . Rameau.
XXXII. Gigue in G major . J. S. Bach.
XXXIII. Gigue in G major . Mozart.
XXXIV. Courante in F minor . D. Scarlatti.
XXXV. French Suite in E major . J. S. Bach.
XXXVI. Soeur Monique . Rondo by Couperin.
XXXVII. Romance in E màjor . Rendo by Schumann.
XXXVIII. Rondo à Capriccio in G major . Beethoven.
XXXIX. Aria from Dido and. Ǣneas (Ground bass). Purcell.
XL. Sonata in C major . D. Scarlatti.
XLI. Finale from Sonata in E flat major . Haydn.
XLII. First Movement from the Surprise Symphony . Haydn.
XLIII. Adagio in B minor . Mozart.


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