Pride and prejudice piano sheet music book
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Pride & Prejudice Sheet Music Book - Piano Solo
Be the first to write a review. Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack. Check out my other items! This book captures a very special collection of twelve spine-tingling themes by Dario Marianelli from the silver screen retelling of Austen's Pride And Prejudice , all presented as sumptuous Piano solos. Recapture those magical moments of love, dreams and secrecy, rich in Georgian elegance with these unforgettable tunes:.
12 piano pieces from the Oscar-nominated film, including: Another Dance • Darcy's Letter Pride & Prejudice. Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack.
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These are external links and will open in a new window. About pieces of music that belonged to Jane Austen have been made available online for the first time. The Pride and Prejudice author, who also played piano and sang, copied music by hand into personal albums and collected sheet music. Project leader and professor of music Jeanice Brooks said they would help to explain the "musical environment that fed the novelist's imagination". She added that the novels were "full of musical scenes", and the collection would provide music historians with a "unique glimpse of the musical life of an extended gentry family in the years around ". In all, 18 albums of music that belonged to the 19th Century writer and her relations have been digitised. A university spokesman said they reflected the personal tastes of their owners "just as a digital music collection on a mobile phone or MP3 device would today".