(Music Sales America). Contains standard works of repertoire and composers rarely encountered within other collections. From the Baroque through the Modern periods, with each piece in its original form for piano solo.
Learning how to play the world's most beautiful classical music has never been easier, because now there is Easy Piano Classics: 97 Pieces for Early and Intermediate Players, the sequel to Ronald Herder's highly successful Favorite Piano Classics. With this handsome volume on the piano, students of all ages will quickly master these timeless piano works.
Inside this original compilation you'll find music by no less than 36 of the world's greatest composers -- including Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Grieg, Mozart, and Schubert, among many others. Included are these and other favorite pieces: C. P. E. Bach, Solfeggietto; Beethoven, F r Elise; Brahms, Five Waltzes; Chopin, Mazurka in G Minor; Clementi, Sonatina in C; Debussy, Jimbo's Lullaby; Franck, A Doll's Lament; Grieg, Grandmother's Minuet; Joplin, Bethena, a Concert Waltz; Liszt, Consolation; MacDowell, To a Wild Rose; Mendelssohn, Venetian Gondola Song; Mozart, Two German Dances; Purcell, Lilliburlero: A New Irish Tune; Scarlatti, Gavotta; and Schumann, The Happy Farmer.
If you're just learning the piano or simply adding to your repertoire, this collection belongs in your music library. Offering both high quality and a rich selection of compositions at a remarkably low price, Easy Piano Classics is a wonderful resource for beginning and intermediate-level piano students.
(Evans Piano Education). Features Lee Evans' incomparable piano solo arrangements of 16 standards: April in Paris * How Deep Is the Ocean * Moonlight Becomes You * Stella by Starlight * Tangerine * Thanks for the Memory * To Each His Own * With a Song in My Heart * and more.
Among the best-loved and most performed of Chopin's piano compositions are his mazurkas. This volume includes 51 works -- remarkable for their wide emotional appeal, advanced choromatic techniques and pianistic devices, and ranging in difficulty from relatively easy, for advanced beginnings, to quite challenging, for the accomplished pianist.Edited by Carl Mikuli, a pupil of Chopin, the works in this inexpensive and attractive volume extend from the radiant joyfulness of the Mazurka in B-flat major, Op. 7, No. 1, to the aching sadness of the Mazurka in A minor, Op. 17, No. 4, and from the brevity of the Mazurka in E-flat minor, Op. 6, No. 4, to the breadth of the C-sharp minor Mazurka, Op. 50, No. 3.Pianists and music lovers will welcome this attractive, sturdy volume reproduced directly from the authoritative Kistner edition. It comprises a treasury of Chopin's most characteristic and appealing works in one convenient, inexpensive source.
Although each study emphasizes an aspect of virtuoso piano technique, the etudes are some of the most effectively moving of all the concert works in piano literature. This 144-page volume includes the 24 Etudes, Opp. 10 and 25 as well as the three etudes without opus numbers composed in 1839 for Moscheles and Fetis's Method of Methods. Pedaling is taken from the original manuscripts and first editions, and fingering is editorial. The comb binding creates a lay-flat book that is perfect for study and performance.