Orchestra - Digital Download Composed by Francisco Antonio de Almeida. Edited by Stephen Begley. This edition: softcover. Bisel Classics. Orchestral score. With Text Language: English / German. 32 pages. Published by Bisel Classics - Digital (BQ.979-0-50179-034-0).
Piano/Keyboard Timeless Hits and Popular Favorites. Composed by Nancy Faber and Randall Faber. Faber Piano Adventures. Method. Softcover. 80 pages. Faber Piano Adventures #FF3031. Published by Faber Piano Adventures (HL.159073).
Piano - Elementary Celebration Series. Composed by The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program. This edition: 2015 edition. Celebration Series. The Piano Repertoire books provide a representative collection of pieces from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and contemporary style periods. These volumes are the ultimate resource for examinations, recitals, festivals, competitions, auditions, and per. Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th century and 21st century. Book. 40 pages. Published by The Frederick Harris Music Company (FH.C5R03).
Piano/Keyboard - 2A-2B Lesson Book 2. Faber Piano Adventures. Scales, Note Reading, Chords and Arpeggios. Instructional book (softcover). With musical examples and illustrations. 95 pages. Faber Piano Adventures #FF1210. Published by Faber Piano Adventures (HL.420231).
Piano Leading To Mastery Of The Instrument. Method/Instruction; Piano - Schaum Method. John W. Schaum Piano Course. Learn To Play. Instructional book. With fingerings, instructional text, illustrations and introductory text. 48 pages. Schaum Publications, Inc. #00-EL00166A. Published by Schaum Publications, Inc. (AP.EL00166A).
John IV (D. João IV) was the king of Portugal and the Algarves from 1640 to his death.
John IV was a patron of music and the arts, and a considerably sophisticated writer on music; in addition to this, he was a composer. During his reign he collected one of the largest libraries in the world, but it was destroyed in the Lisbon earthquake of 1755. Among his writings is a defense of Palestrina, and a Defense of Modern Music (Lisbon, 1649).