Twinkles in the Night

Twinkles in the Night

$7.95

by Karen Rowell

Elementary piano duet

Twinkles in the Night is another charming elementary piano duet (4 hands). It is easily adapted to 2 pianos and/or the primo may be played on a 3 octave toy piano. A real audience pleaser!

Additional information

Weight 30 g
ISBN

978-1-988371-24-5

2 reviews for Twinkles in the Night

  1. Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings. Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent. Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship’s deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation? The wormhole’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon.

    Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings. Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent. Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship’s deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation? The wormhole’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon.

  2. Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings. Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent. Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship\’s deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole\’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation? The wormhole\’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon.

    Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings. Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent. Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship\’s deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole\’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation? The wormhole\’s size and short period would make this a local phenomenon.

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