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- Spookata & Fugue in D Minor
Spookata & Fugue in D Minor
Sheet Music arranged by Kris Skaletski
Spookata & Fugue in D Minor, is a spooktacular piano trio for early intermediates by Kris Skaletski. This playful take on J.S. Bach’s iconic Toccata will delight audiences during the Halloween season and beyond!
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Spookata & Fugue in D Minor (Digital: Single User)
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About the arranger
Kris Skaletski is the creator and publisher of KiddyKeys® piano and Music All-Star teaching materials. She has over thirty-five years of experience leading piano lesson programs and preschool music, teaching in both home and school settings in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She is also the co-author of the Roadtrip!® method book series for young beginners.
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