Description10 stylish arrangements by Wendy Stevens. Includes such favourites as Amazing Grace, God Is So Good and How Firm A Foundation.SonglistAmazing Grace [Newton, John] [Traditional]Brethren, We Have Met to Worship [Moore, William] [Atkins, George]Come, Christmas, Join To Sing [Bateman, Christian] [Traditional]Doxology [Traditional]For The Beauty Of The Earth [Kocher, Conrad] [Pierpoint, Folliott S.]God Is So Good [Traditional]How Firm a Foundation [Traditional]Joshua (Fit The Battle Of Jericho) [Traditional]Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho [Traditional]Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee [Beethoven, Ludwig van]Savior, Like A Shepherd Lead Us [Bradbury, William B.]
Written for the musician who is interested in acquiring a firm foundation for playing jazz, this unique book/CD pack presents over 800 licks. By building up a vocabulary of these licks, players can connect them together in endless possibilities to form larger phrases and complete solos. The book includes piano notation, and the CD contains helpful note-for-note demos of every lick.
Folksongs américains arrangés pour piano par John PurifoyAmazing GraceHow Firm a FoundationLet All Mortal Flesh Keep SilenceMorning Has BrokenMy Sheperd Will Supply My NeedO komm, o komm, EmmanuelOf the Father´s Love Begotten´Tis a Gift to Be SimpleWere You ThereWhat Wondrous Love Is This
Chopin´s Fantaisie-Impromptu, with its posthumous opus number 66, has a firm place in the concert repertoire, but also advanced amateurs can play it with pleasure and success. This new separate volume from Edition Peters is equipped with practical fold-out pages, allowing for convenient page-turns. The musical text is based on Chopin´s autograph manuscript.
DescriptionBased on the requirements of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, Scale Shapes is an invaluable aid for grade exams and general progress, which uses a new diagram-based way to learn piano scales using the Stocken Method. The unique Keyboard Diagrams provide a system which allows the student to concentrate exclusively on the physical shapes of the technical exercise and in consequence, to focus on the acquisition of ´good legato, even fingers, firm tone and a musical curve´. This method is not designed to be a substitute for the acquisition of the ability to read staff notation, but the complications of staff notation are no longer linked to the physical complications of a given scale with this method.
Eine Auswahl der leichtesten Klavierstücke aus den Werken von Cornelius Gurlitt. Progressiv geordnet und bezeichnet.Instrumentation : pianoContenu : Lullaby - Good Little Girl - A Brave Boy - Undaunted - Hunting - Endearment - Catch me - Merry Hour - Lament - Quiet Contemplation - Good Mood - Dreary Hours - Undaunted - In the Meadows - Little Dance - A Midsummer Day´s Song - The Rocking Horse - The Brave Soldier - A Little Pastime - Präludium - Good Start - In Happy Days - Carefree as a Bird - Quick Decision - The Little Horse - In High Spirits - Little Dance - Theme and Variation - The Merry Wanderer - The Firm Decision - Dancing on the Green - Little Sorrows - Happy Awakening - Morning Prayer - A Little Round Dance - Almost too sad - Good Friends - SonatineDate de parution : 15/01/1979Nombre de pages : 32Format : New Edition portrait
The three popular sonatas op. 10 were written between the end of 1795 and the beginning of 1798, only shortly after Beethoven had completed his first fully-fledged sonatas op. 2. In the press they were announced as „3 very nice piano sonatas´´ of a composer whose name would sufficiently guarantee „for the quality of his work to the audience.´´ The three technically and musically demanding works, which reach their peak with the third sonata and its highly expressive ´´Largo e mesto”, have their firm place in advanced piano teaching.The musicologist Jonathan Del Mar, intimate connoisseur of Beethoven’s music, evaluates all sources and editions published during Beethoven’s lifetime for the present scholarly-critical Urtext edition. Particularly enlightening is the chapter on period performance practice which sheds light on certain issues of Beethoven’s instruments and their range, the usage of the pedals, tempo, dynamics, articulation and ornaments. The Introduction offers information on the work and its genesis. The detailed Critical Commentary accounts for sources, readings and editorial emendations. In this edition great care has been given to a user-friendly layout which on the one hand reflects the flow and tempo of the music and on the other hand facilitates the study of this complex music by means of a transparent and clear appearance on the page as well as good page turns.• Urtext performance edition at the cutting edge of scholarship• Optimal page turns• Informative Introduction• Valuable suggestions on period performance practice (Eng/Ger)• Detailed Critical Commentary (Eng)
Claude DebussyLa plus que lente - ValseEditeur: Ernst-Günter HeinemannDoigtés: Hans-Martin TheopoldAu début du XXe siècle, les valses lentes étaient particulièrement appréciées dans les salons parisiens – à la suite de quoi Debussy, non sans une légère malice, présenta sa valse pour piano «La plus lente que lente». À la suite de la parution de la première édition de cette danse en juillet 1910, l’éditeur parisien Durand fit paraître la même année encore dans le Figaro un tiré à part ainsi que des arrangements (anonymes) pour violon et piano et piano à quatre mains. En outre, Debussy réalisa ensuite lui-même une version orchestrale de la pièce et l’enregistra en 1913, dans un tempo particulièrement vif, sur un rouleau de la firme Welte-Mignon. Cette pièce accompagnée de la mention «molto rubato con morbidezza» est désormais disponible en édition séparée Henle-Urtext; une introduction augmentée par rapport à celle des recueils HN 1194 et 404 renouvelle l’intérêt pour cette charmante valse-miniature.
Instrumentation : pianoDescription : The studies and study works by Carl Czerny (1791-1857) are part of the standard repertoire of piano lessons. These collections count among the most popular and most important works in piano education.Contenu : Volume 1: - Developing agility in the fingers without moving the hands - Crossing under with the thumg - Developing clarity and fluency - Agility in playing a quiet staccato - Evenness in parallel runs - Clarity in playing broken chords - Dynamic tension when plying with force - Changing fingers at speed - . - Volume 2: - Staccato playing with a gentle spring - Playing in thirds - Facility in changing fingers - Flexibility in the left hand - Optimising fluency - Playing sequences of chords - Dynamic tension when playing with force - Changing fingers at speed - . - Volume 3: - Rapid minor scales - Crossing hands with a gentle touch - Maintaining the movement of both hands - Playing double octaves - Matching the movement of both hands - Practising trills - Developing a gentle touch with the fingers on the left hand - Playing the thumb on the black keys with a completely relaxed hand - . - Volume 4: - Achieving clarity at speed - Playing sequences of chords as fast as possible - Independent movement of the fingers - Increasing agility in the fingers without moving the hand around - Practising mordents - Developing a firm attack - Exercise in crossing the thumb under - Lifting the fingers evenly - . - Volume 5: - A light touch with octave leaps - Playing trills in thirds - Changing fingers on a single key - Keeping the arm light when playing a smotth line - Achieving clarity at full force - Lifting both hands smoothly - Exercise in thirds - Light staccato chords - Increasing mobility of the fingers on the left hand - . - Volume 6: - Practising double mordents - Practising crossing the thumb under - Optimising mobility of the fingers with the gentlest touch - Legato melodic line with broken chords - Bravura attack and motion - Clarity and gentleness of touch with brocken chords - Practising trills - Bravura octaves - Bravura attack and playing in tempoDate de parution : 28/08/2006Nombre de pages : 184Langue : German - English - FrenchFormat : New Edition portrait