The French composer and bassoonist François René Gebauer (1773-1845) and his three brothers was closely tied to the history of French military music and the beginnings of the Conservatoire de Musique. As was customary at that time, the woodwind players also had complete command over other woodwind instruments, and therefore it comes as no surprise that Gebauer wrote a flute method- perhaps for his younger brother- which was soon followed by duos as well.60 Methodical Lessons, first published in 1798, are entirely in the tradition of the French methods (Devienne, Hugot, etc.). Gebauer chose the form of duet and formulated headings for each exercise which make his idea of methodical steps clear: After elementary exercises in the beginning, the second half focusses on the development of the playing skills and an increasing understanding of music. The exercises cover a wide range from sound exercises via articulation and rhythm exercises to ornaments. A varied addition to the beginner´s repertoire.
44 Easy Guitar Pieces from 5 CenturiesInstrument : guitarType : edition with CDNombre de Pages : 32To every young musician, the first concert is a special experience. It is a motivation to study the instrument and its music even further. A suitable selection of technically and musically manageable pieces is an important prerequisite for first successes.For this reason, 44 well-known and easy solo pieces have been selected which have proven successful in lessons and at the competition ´Jugend musiziert´. The selection of the mostly original works has been arranged according to epochs, thus providing a small overview of the history of guitar and lute music from John Dowland via Gaspar Sanz to Leo Brouwer.Content : H. Neusiedler: Dutch Dance - G. Mainerio: Italian Dance - J. Playford: Two Country Dances - Anonymus: Hungarian Dance - German Dance - P. Attaignant: French Dance - Anonymous: Greensleeves - Jane Pickering´s Lute Book: What if a day - J. Dowland: Orlando Sleepeth - R.de Visee: Minuet - H. Purcell: Dance (from The Fairy Queen) - G. Sanz: Paradetas - Anonymous: Spagnoletta - Basltic Dance - M.-A. Charpentier: Prélude - J.P. Krieger: Minuett - J.A. Logy: Minuett - E.G. Baron: Bourrée - Anonymous: Folie d´Espagne - D. Aguado: Andantino - J. Küffner: Andante - M. Carcassi: Siciliana (from op. 59) - F. Sor: Study, op. 31/1 - M. Giuliani: Écossaise, op. 33/10 - Allegretto, op. 30/15 - F. Carulli: Andantino - M. Carcassi: Andante (from op. 59) - Anonymus: Spanish Romance - F. Carulli: Rondo, op. 241/10 - B. Calatuyud: Vals - R. Smith-Brindle: Aeolian Mode - B. Szordikowski: Rondo - P.v.der Staak: Sword Dance - Serenata - L. Brouwer: Estudio 3, Estudio 1 - A. Carlevaro: Microestudio I - J. Duarte: The Clock (from Six Easy Pictures) - M. Vandermaesbrugge: Hésitation (from Trois Pièces, op. 30) - A. Tansman: Toccata - Traditional: Malaguena
My First ChopinEasiest Piano Pieces by Frédéric ChopinComposer: Chopin, FrédéricEditor: Ohmen, WilhelmPassion, elegance and melancholy! It is these qualities that make Chopin so popular with pianists around the world. A lot of Chopin´s music is quite technically demanding, but thanks to the suitable fingerings of the composer, most figures are comfortable in the hands and can be easily played by advanced pianists. This collection contains Chopin´s easiest piano pieces in one volume, perfect for piano lessons or enjoying at home.Polish SongPolonaise G minor Bl 1Prélude E minor, op. 28/4Prélude B minor, op. 28/6Prélude A major, op. 28/7Prélude D Major, op. 28/15Prélude C minor, op. 28/20Walzer E major, op. posth.Walzer A minor, op. posth.Walzer A minor, op. 34/2Walzer B minor, op. 69/2Mazurka B major, op. 7/1Mazurka A minor, op. 7/2Mazurka C major, op. 7/45Mazurka G minor, op. 24/1Mazurka C major, op. 33/3Mazurka G minor, op. 67/2Mazurka F major, op. 68/3Nocturne G minor, op. 37/3Nocturne C minor BI 49Marche funèbre aus Sonate B minor, op. 35
30 Easy Piano Pieces for ChildrenInstrumentation : pianoDescription : Many composers have enjoyed using music to portray animals and their appearance, movements and sounds. In some of these pieces, you might even guess which animal is being portrayed, even if you don´t know the title. This book, with its 3 compositions, gathers a large variety: tiny ones like the fly and the grasshopper, huge ones like the bear and the elephant, dangerous ones like the panther and the shark, tame ones like the kitten or the dog, animals living underground like the mole, on trees like the monkey, or in the air like the birds, the wasp or the butterfly. This book therefore provides a rather colourful and instructive ´zoology´ for piano lessons.Contenu : M. Schoenmehl: Wasp Sting Blues - F. Couperin: The Benevolent Cuckoosen Kuckucke - A.E. Müller: The Cuckoo Waltz - R. Schumann: Hide and Seek - F. Burgmüller: The Wagtail - P.I. Tschaikowsky: Song of the Lark - W. Kasandijiev: A Magic Concert in an Enchanted Forest - M. Kelemen: The Cricket Tunes its Violin - S. Majkapar: The Butterfly - S. Prokofjew: Marsh of the Grasshoppers - J. Takacs: The Little Fly - S. Stojantschew: The Kitten and the Fly - A. Gretchaninoff: Pussy Is Ill - W. Kasandijiev: Bow the Dog - M. Schoenmehl: Chicken Talk - D. Kabalewski: A Little Hedgehog - M. Schoenmehl: The Mysterious Predatory Fish - Jakob, the Funny Mole - A. Gretchaninoff: Monkey´s Dance - C. Scott: The Monkey - C. Gurlitt: The Little Horse - R. Schumann: A Dappled Horse - A. Gretchaninoff: My Little Horse - D. Carr Glover: Wilde Ponys - D. Dushkin: Tiger Cubs Teasing each other - A. Chatschaturjan: The Leopard on the See Saw - H. Mancini: The Pink Panther - R. Schumann: Bear´s Dance - B. Bartók: Bear´s Dance - A. Gretchaninoff: Elephant´s DanceDate de parution : 26/09/2008Nombre de pages : 48Format : New Edition portrait
33 cheerful, witty, exhilarating, friendly, relaxed, boisterous, jolly, crazy, cool, dance-like, soothing, ironic, cheeky, bright and gaudy original pieces for pianoInstrument : pianoNombre de Pages : 72Granted, there are many amazing pieces in the minor key. But who always wants to play sad, slow, melodic, sentimental pieces? For all those who would like to play fast, cheerful, lively, funny, rhythmic, exciting pieces, there is now - finally - available an attractive collection of pieces in the major key only. Lively instrumental pieces for dynamic piano lessons!Content : Georg Philipp Telemann (1685-1757): Vite - Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757): Sonata C major - Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Gavotte - Joseph Haydn (1732-1809): Andante from Sonata A major Hob. XVI/12 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Allegro from: Viennesse Sonatina A major - Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827): Bagatelle F major op. 33 No. 3 - Franz Schubert (1797/1828): Ecossaise G major D 618 C - Ecossaise E major D 299/7 - Ecossaise C major D 299/8 - Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809-1847): Song Without Words G major op. 102 No. 3 - Frédéric Chopin (1810-1856): Mazurka B flat major op. 7 No. 1 - Robert Schumann (1810-1856): Strange Story from: Scenes from Childhood op. 15 - Franz Liszt (1811-1886): Consolation Nr. II - Stephen Heller (1813-1888): Study in D major op. 46 No. 8 - Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Waltz A major op. 39 No. 15 - Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): April: Lily of the Valley from: The Seasons op. 37a - Edvard Grieg (1843-1907): Arietta from: Lyrische Stücke op. 12 - Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909): Capricho Catalan from: Espana op. 164 - Claude Debussy (1862-1918): Golliwog´s Cake Walk from: Children´s Corner - Scott Joplin (1868-1917): Original Rags - Serge Prokofieff (1891-1953): Marche from: Music for Children op. 65 - George Gershwin (1898-1937): Prelude No. 1 - Francis Poulenc (1899-1963): Waltz - Mátyás Seiber (1905-1960): Waltz from: Easy Dances - Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975): Lyric Waltz from: Dance of the Dolls - Eduard Puetz (1911-2000): Zirkus-Rag from: Mr. Clementi Goin´ On Holidays - George Nevada (*1939): A little dreamy - Little Pop Prelude from: Romantic Minatures - Idée la trance from: Piano Meditation - Harald Weiss (*1949): Springtanz from: My blue Diary op. 118 - Mike Schoenmehl (*1957): Soundsheets - Caribbean Adventure from: Piano Studies in Pop - Break, Fill in from: Piano Stories in Jazz
Piano Rags8 Ragtimespianocomposer: Porter, LarryÉditeur: Schott MusicISMN: 979-0-001-18934-7Difficulté: intermediatepages: 36N° d´édition: ED 21465Larry Porter (*1951), American jazz musician and composer, wrote ´Piano Rags´ for the love of ragtime and as playing literature for his piano pupils. Four of the pieces are inspired by memories and impressions of America. When writing the pieces, it was the composer´s aim to come up with something new and original while maintaining formal and stylistic elements of the ragtime. Despite giving free reign to his creativity, Porter honoured this extraordinary more-than-100-year-old genre. Fantastic pieces for entertaining piano lessons and little concerts.Contenu - Crab Apple Rag - Athens County Rag - Classical Rag - Garlic Rag - Grand Slam Rag - Homesick Rag - Peace March - The Penny Arcade
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