By David Dutkanicz
Beginning pianists of every age will cherish this glorious compilation of piano classics. the various maximum composers — J. S. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt — are represented by way of numerous items every one, a few newly tailored for the piano. well known works comprise the Brandenburg Concerto No. three, Claire de Lune, and photographs at an Exhibition.
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I. Calmly II. Allegro III. Briskly Camille Saint-Saëns 1835–1921 Danse Macabre A dark work, this piece is part of a tone-poem inspired by the works of poet Henri Cazalis. In the orchestral version, the violin represents death making his annual visit during Halloween. This melody is played by a solo violinist, calling the rest of the orchestra to the dance. Allegro Camille Saint-Saëns 1835–1921 Elephant from Carnival of the Animals “Elephant” is the fifth movement of the suite Carnival of the Animals.
Mineola, New York Copyright Copyright © 2011 by Dover Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. , in 2011. E. S. Bach Arioso in G Affetuoso from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 (opening) Menuet from Anna Magdalena’s Notebook Invention in A Minor Wachet Auf (“Sleepers Awake”) Beethoven Symphony No. 3 (theme) Adagio Cantabile from Sonata No. 8 Romanza from Sonatina in G Piano Concerto No. 4, Mvt. II Symphony No. 6 (opening) Symphony No. 8 (opening) Bizet Habanera from Carmen Boccherini Minuet from String Quintet in E Major Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia Polovetsian Dance No.
Moderato Max Bruch 1838–1920 Allegro from Violin Concerto No. 1 This brisk melody opens the third movement of Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1. Bruch was a staunch supporter of folk music, and its influence can be felt in the rustic dance-like character of the work. Keep the notes crisp, and avoid playing with heavy fingers. Allegro Frédéric Chopin 1810–1849 First Ballade The lyrical slow theme from Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23, here in C major. Some say that this is the work that awakened the music world to the genius of young Frédéric Chopin.
88 Piano Classics for Beginners by David Dutkanicz