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The Eagle’s Flight
Sheet Music composed by Sarah Barintine
The Eagle’s Flight, composed by Sarah Barintine, is an intermediate level lyrical showcase solo. The composer, a former student of Rick Robertson, wrote it at the age of 13. It has teen appeal, and is suitable for recital performance.
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