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33 Variations on a Waltz of Diabelli, Op. 120

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File:lvb_op120.nwc (May 2002) 138 kB
Full name of work:33 Variations on a Waltz of Diabelli, Op. 120
Composer:Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), German
Arranger:(Interpretation) Danny Ross Lunsford
Music category:Classical piano repetoire
Name of file creator:Danny Ross Lunsford
e-mail address:antimatter33 "at" yahoo "dot" com
Running time:00:55:48
Comments:A good soundcard with wavetable capability and genuine piano
samples (e.g Roland, Yamaha) is recommended.

Care has been given to both visual playback as well as printing. The
transcription is as faithful to the original score as possible within the
limitations of the software.

For best printing, use the following page setup:

Staff size 14
All margins at 0.4 inch except bottom at 0.5 inch
No title page info
No bar numbering
User fonts 1-4, Times Roman, 13 pts.
User fonts 5-6, Times Roman, 8 pts.

For best visual playback, unselect "Active Staff frame" and make inactive
staff color match active staff color.

-Danny Ross Lunsford