They were good pieces that kids always enjoyed.
This led to them being played often, which in turn caused those who donít teach that level to feel they were ďover programmedĒ and so they were removed.
I think in 2016, but Iím not sure. It was a couple years ago, and I think it was also when stalwart solos like Song of the Pines were removed with no explanation, too.
Remember, itís ok to like a piece that works well on the PML, but donít use it too frequently or recommend it to your friends. The PML is like good television. The minute people get behind a show (or a piece) they cancel it.