Elizabeth C. Axford
BEETHOVEN SONATINA IN G (1ST MMT - MODERATO)
By: Elizabeth C. Axford
Catalog ID: 416634   Duration: 1:41   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 131   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Classical Music | Classical | Traditional (period: 1730 - 1820)
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Beautiful public domain, piano solo instrumental of the famous classical Sonatina in G by Beethoven; elegant background music for a late 18th or 19th century setting; often the first sonatina learned by young piano students.   Keywords: Advertisement, Broadcast Cable, Commercial, Convention, Corporate DVD, Film, Game, Greeting Card, Movie, Promo, Radio, Ringtone, Television, TV, Video, Website



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Long Description: Beethoven Sonatina in G 1st Mmt - Moderato, Classical Music, Classical Period, music for tv, corporate music and music for video

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