Read about Song Without Words by Fritz Spindler and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Song [Op. 27, No. 2] – Dmitri Kabalevsky (composer) Song Without Words – Fritz Spindler (composer) Song Without Words [Op. , No. 34] – Cornelius Gurlitt. Fritz Spindler (* November in Wurzbach;? Dezember in Dresden) war ein deutscher Pianist und Komponist. Die meisten seiner über .
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Fritz Spindler – Wikipedia
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His output of more than opus numbers  includes salon pieces, chamber music, symphonies and other large forms, and over piano pieces,  but is best remembered if at all today for a much-anthologized Sonatina. Retrieved from ” https: Buy sheet music books Spindler, Fritz.
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Duet, Recital, Trio, Contest. Includes “Song Without Words Op. Audience Pleasers, Book American, Collection, Classical, Contemporary. Yorktown Music Press YK The Joy worrs Romantic Piano – Book View a machine-translated version of the Dutch article. Messerschmidt, Hans Jorgen Connect to add sonf a playlist Added the November in Wurzbach;? Fritz Spindler – Skills Define one or more skills — Followers none member follow this artist None follower for the moment.
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