A sad, sorry copy of Saint-Saens' Six Etudes pour la main gauche seule has us mystified. We clearly have a lot of left-handed pianists here, because the piece is worn out. But as well as being a shadow of its former self, there are strange little doodles. Not recommended in library music, to be honest.
the end of a piano - we'll spare you that - and this intriguing little
Highlander. What does the second etude, Alla Fuga, have to do with the
Highlands? It's not a particularly Scottish looking melody, that's for
Anyway, please don't worry too much - we do already have a smart new copy, so this one can be bidden a respectful farewell.