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This volume includes 12 character pieces-one for every month of the year-which creates the musical atmosphere, alluded to by their respective titles. Expressive and thoughtful, they are effective performance pieces for intermediate to moderately advanced pianists. The editor has maintained the works in their original form and indicated tempo, dynamics, phrasing and fingering where necessary. Beautifully engraved, the music is widely spaced for easy reading.
Challenging and expressive, this set of six pieces will delight pianists as well as their listeners. The editor has included a discussion of the life and works of Schubert, specific directions on how to perform and practice these works, and information on how they were researched. The pieces are maintained in their original form.
A painstakingly researched edition of all of the mazurkas presently known to be authentic works of Chopin; 57 in all. The mazurka, a Polish national dance in triple meter, was first introduced to the realm of art music by Chopin. The works in this collection have been carefully edited from the original manuscripts and from the first German, French and English editions. The comb binding creates a lay-flat book that is perfect for study and performance.
Mastery of these pieces will give early intermediate to late Intermediate piano students valuable insight into the style and performance of the music of the Classical period, specifically that of Clementi. Editorial suggestions are in light print to clearly distinguish them from Clementi' indications and include notations for fingering, pedaling and metronome use.
These six intermediate-level sonatinas generally follow the traditional three-movement form (sonata-allegro, slow movement and rondo). Containing an excellent blend of Classical and Romantic period harmonies and lyric motives, the sonatinas lie well under the hands. A fresh alternative to Clementi's Sonatinas, Op. 36 and Diabelli's Sonatinas, Opp. 151 and 168.
This nicely spaced, very readable edition of the beautiful Ravel piece is especially well-notated and comes with historical notes and suggestions for performance by the composer himself.
Polish composer Moritz Moszkowski (1854-1925) wrote brilliant piano music similar to the early-Romantic style of Chopin, Mendelssohn and Schumann. Written for advancing pianists, each etude is a study in drama, mood and expression as well as finger technique. Hinson's edition contains a biographical sketch of the composer, a discussion of his style, and a helpful performance analysis of each etude.

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