Sheet Music composed by Paul Sweet
Easy on the ears and downright fun to play, Toccata Breve by Paul Sweet packs catchy melodies, interesting harmonies, and showy passagework into a solo both teachers and students will love!
Digital Sheet Music
Toccata Breve (Digital: Single User)
Toccata Breve (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)
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About the composer
Paul Sweet is a multi-talented musician, enjoying work as a composer, pianist, and pedagogue. His catalogue of original works includes pieces for orchestra, wind symphony, chorus, chamber ensembles, and solo instruments. He teaches piano in Tulsa, Oklahoma and is frequently engaged as a solo and collaborative pianist throughout the Midwest.
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