John Romero

Festa Rusticana

£3.00

Written by Gerald Crossman, Festa Rusticana was the test piece for “Accordion Day” in 1951 and is a suite in three pieces, Canto, Intermezzo and Tarantella. The opening fanfare is instantly recognisable and once heard never forgotten. It is a classic accordion piece that should be the repertoire of player over approx grade 5 or 6, if only for the opening easy-ish to play, call to arms.

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All our Gerald Crossman music is just £3.00 with all profits going to the Winstons Wish charity. All our Gerald Crossman music is just £3.00 with all profits going to the Winstons Wish charity. The download is a high resolution pdf (A4 @ 300pdi = approx 2480 x 3500 pixels). This does lead to a large file size which can be slow to download, however the benefit is a perfect copy which can be either printed out or read from an electronic device (iPad{even the big ipad pro}, tablet, etc).

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