No Turning Back
Sheet Music composed by Heather Nanney
No Turning Back by Heather Nanney is a mysterious piece that is a perfect choice for your next recital. Use it at Halloween or any time of year with your students looking for some adventure in their lessons. Orchestrated backing tracks (MIDI and Mp3 format) included with purchase!
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Digital Sheet Music
No Turning Back (Digital: Single User)
No Turning Back (Digital: Studio License)
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About the composer
Heather Nanney is passionate about helping build creativity and self-expression in young musicians through both her compositions and teacher resources. She has over 20 years teaching experience and a degree in Music Education. She lives in Missouri with her husband and rescue pup, Luna.
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