Dance in the Rain
Sheet Music composed by Chrisanne Nahum
Dance in the Rain is a whimsical lyrical waltz in G minor composed by Chrisanne Nahum. This piece is ideally suited for intermediates and will make for an elegant recital or festival selection for students of all ages!
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Dance in the Rain (Digital: Single User)
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About the composer
Chrisanne Nahum holds a Bachelor’s degree from Augsburg University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has taught many students who have now gone on to pursue degrees in music. She enjoys composing music that is educational, fun, meaningful, and that students and adults will want to play over and over. Her piano music is played in studios, churches and for contests including the National Federation of Music Clubs.
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