Simple Love Song
Sheet Music composed by Ron Levy
Simple Love Song, composed by Ron Levy, is an elegant solo that will delight intermediates of all ages.
Digital Sheet Music
Simple Love Song (Digital: Single User)
Simple Love Song (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)
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About the composer
Ron Levy is a professional jazz pianist, contemporary classical composer, teacher, and music producer based in Orange County/Los Angeles, California. Ron holds a Master’s Degree in Music Composition from UCLA, and has been active on the music scene in the greater Los Angeles area for over 25 years. He has held teaching positions at UCLA, Orange Coast College, Orange County School of the Arts, and Idyllwild Arts Academy. Ron’s compositions cross all genres and media, including solo, chamber, and orchestral works, vocal music, electronic music, and jazz.
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