You Gave Me Music
Sheet Music composed by Rick Robertson
You Gave Me Music, composed by Rick Robertson is an intermediate level lyrical solo with a mature sound and is suitable for recitals or church-services. It is dedicated to the memory of Rick’s first piano teacher, Myra Williamson.
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About the composer
Rick Robertson holds a Bachelor’s degree in music with an emphasis in piano and voice. His finely-crafted piano music is featured on the National Federation of Music Clubs bulletin. In addition to teaching piano and composing, he is an avid record archivist and researcher, specializing in pianists active during the late–nineteenth and early–twentieth century.
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