by Sandra Shaw

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All music was obtained from MusOpen (musopen.org/), a non-profit domain that provides sheet music and performances under Creative Commons.

“Chopin's Op. 20 Scherzo No. 1 in Be Minor” by Alice Hwang musopen.org/music/2849/frederic…1-in-b-minor-op-20/
Camille Saint-Saens Danse Macabre by the University of Chicago Orchestra retrieved from musopen.org/music/2766/camille-…anse-macabre-op-40/

Chopin's Ballade No. 1 in G Minor by Frank Levy retrieved from musopen.org/music/1953/frederic…ballade-no-1-op-23/

Chopin's Op. 72 Nocturne in E Minor by Luke Faulkner retrieved from musopen.org/music/370/frederic-…-minor-op-posth-72/

Pablo de Sarasate Zigeunerweisen by Ivan Kivelidi retrieved from musopen.org/music/2676/pablo-de…en-op-20-piano-arr/

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