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Publisher: Music Sales America
In a Persian Market was composed in 1920 by English composer Albert W. Ketèlby. It is a short tone poem that describes the hustle and bustle taking place at a busy, exotic Persian bazaar. Camel herders, beggars, a princess, jugglers, snake charmers and a myriad of others fill the musical scenes. The princess and her caravan eventually pass by and all is back to normal. Tohru Takahashi's arrangement perfectly conveys the sights, sounds and smells of a Persian market.
Inventory #HL 04006607
Publisher Code: 147208140
Run time: 0:06:20
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