On the Run
Sheet Music composed by Heather Nanney
On the Run by Heather Nanney is an attention-grabbing beginner solo with lots of energy. Its fast moving lines will have students hooked! Play-along tracks in MIDI and Mp3 format included with purchase!
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On the Run (Digital: Single User)
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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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