World of Color on piano (6/8) - Firebird Suite "Finale", "Just Around the Riverbend", & "Farewell"

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 This arrangement of the Fantasia 2000 "spring sprite" and Pocahontas segments of World of Color was done 100\% by ear. (Unfortunately, I have no sheet music for my arrangement, though I will post it if and when I can.) I recorded a number of takes in Fina

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