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Grade Composer 2 Agay

Composition Four popular diversions

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit Form & Rhythm Blues Scales Syncopation

Other Notes & Comments More difficult than the one above, they are also more modern in idiom. Each can be used both as repertory and as teaching material. Little prelude in Waltz time can be used to teach both about form and rhythm, Baroque bounce likewise can be used to discuss what is Baroque, Echoes of the blues introduces the blues scales, and Ragtime doll is excellent for syncopation. This is for the total beginner, and can be taught on the very first lesson. RH play a steady even ostinato using only the note E, while the left hand plays the melody which consists only of ABC in different orders and simple rhythms. Excellent for sight-reading, for hand independence, for expressive playing and for bringing up a melody on the left hand. It can also be used as a seed for free improvisation. These are ten easy pieces, each one covering a dance style on the 18th century. This is excellent for rhythm development and to introduce the student to old dance patterns (which keep recurring on the piano repertory). Excellent recital material for the beginners. 4th mvt from Suite Espaola no 1, Op 47 no 7 from Recuerdos de Viaje, Op 71 From Iberia

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1 Agay

Mysterious Procession

Left Hand Melody Sight Reading Hand Independence Expressive Playing

484

2 Agay

Petit Trianon suite

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Albniz Albniz Albniz Albniz Albniz Alderighi

Cdiz (saeta) En la Playa Evocation Rumores de la Caleta, Op 71/6 Serenata, from 'Espaa', Op 165 Signi Lieti Pieces for Children Esquisses op. 63 L'Homme aux Sabots Op.63 No.23 Hot Noon in the Meadow

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10 very easy, short pieces. The harmonies are traditional, the writing is highly pianistic and they make up excellent recital material. The whole collection consists of 8 sets of short pieces for complete beginners. If you are familiar with Kabalevskys pieces for children, this is similar.

Introduction to how chords develop emotion

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1 Alt

The Ocean

Pattern Introduction

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2 Alt

Where the palm tree grows

Introduction to contemporary music

Similar in difficulty to the above, this set of pieces uses modern harmonies to tell stories, so it is a very good introduction to how and why chords and intervals can elicit different emotions (for instance, The spider uses tritons to build up suspense, and Bees and Flies uses chromatic intervals to emulate buzzing). A collection of 10 pieces for the complete beginner, most you can teach at the first lesson. The interesting thing here is that they use the whole keyboard and introduce patterns that frequently appear in the more advanced pieces, so they are excellent preparatory pieces. Again very good recital material for beginners. More difficult than the previous two, this is thoroughly contemporary music - and let us face it, contemporary music is not the most appealing to beginners but this is a good introduction since it is not too radically contemporary.

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Arensky Arensky Arensky Arensky Arensky Arne Arne Arne Arne Arne Arne Arne Attwood

24 Character pieces Op. 26 Consolation Op. 36 No. 5 Elegie Op. 36 No. 16 Le Coucou Prelude in E major, Op. 63 No. 07 Sonata in D minor Sonata in G minor Sonata No. 1 in F Sonata No. 2 in E minor Sonata No. 3 in G Sonata No. 5 Sonata No. 7 in A Sonatina No. 1 in G major

Scale fragments Alberti patterns Broken arpeggios Very good for finger articulation/ independence.

Andante 1st mvt 3rd mvt Andante 2nd mvt, Allegro Gavotte in B flat 1st mvt, Presto This has to be the first sonatina to be learned. Grown ups may not find it so useful, but for the below 10 is a great repertory. The second movement is the easiest, but also dull. The first and third movements are excellent.

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4 Attwood

Sonatina No. 2 in C

2nd mvt, Minuetto and 3 variations

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Composer Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach

Composition 01 No 15 in G B2 - Preludes & Fugues 02 No 6 in Dm - Preludes & Fugues 03 No 21 in Bb - Preludes & Fugues 04 No 10 in Em - Preludes & Fugues 05 No 20 in Am B2 - Preludes & Fugues 06 No 11 in F - Preludes & Fugues 07 No 2 in Cm - Preludes & Fugues 08 No 9 in E - Preludes & Fugues 09 No 13 in F# - Preludes & Fugues 10 No 21 in Bb B2 - Preludes & Fugues 11 No 6 in Dm B2 - Preludes & Fugues 12 No 19 in A B2 - Preludes & Fugues 13 No 11 in F B2 - Preludes & Fugues 14 No 19 in A - Preludes & Fugues 15 No 14 in F#m - Preludes & Fugues 16 No 18 in G#m - Preludes & Fugues 17 No 2 in Cm B2 - Preludes & Fugues 18 No 5 in D - Preludes & Fugues 19 No 7 in Eb - Preludes & Fugues 20 No 14 in F#m B2 - Preludes & Fugues 21 No 7 in Eb B2 - Preludes & Fugues 22 No 1 in C - Preludes & Fugues 23 No 17 in Ab - Preludes & Fugues 24 No 13 in F# B2 - Preludes & Fugues 25 No 15 in G - Preludes & Fugues 26 No 12 in Fm B2 - Preludes & Fugues 27 No 1 in C B2 - Preludes & Fugues 28 No 24 in Bm B2 - Preludes & Fugues 29 No 10 in Em B2 - Preludes & Fugues 30 No 16 in Gm - Preludes & Fugues 31 No 5 in D B2 - Preludes & Fugues 32 No 18 in G#m B2 - Preludes & Fugues 33 No 24 in Bm - Preludes & Fugues 34 No 9 in E B2 - Preludes & Fugues 35 No 4 in C#m - B2 Preludes & Fugues 36 No 23 in B - Preludes & Fugues 37 No 3 in C# - B2 Preludes & Fugues 38 No 12 in Fm - Preludes & Fugues 39 No 3 in C# - Preludes & Fugues 40 No 8 in D#m - B2 Preludes & Fugues 41 No 22 in Bbm - Preludes & Fugues 42 No 17 in Ab B2 - Preludes & Fugues 43 no 4 in C#m - Preludes & Fugues 44 No 8 in D#m - Preludes & Fugues 45 No 20 in Am - Preludes & Fugues 46 No 22 in Bbm B2 - Preludes & Fugues 47 No 16 in Gm B2 - Preludes & Fugues 48 No 23 in B B2 - Preludes & Fugues Bourre from Overture in F Capriccio in B flat, BWV 992 English Suite No. 1 - Allemande English Suite No. 1 - Bouree 1 English Suite No. 1 - Bouree 2

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on the Departure of his most Beloved Brother

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Grade 6 6 6 5 6 7 6 7 4 4 5 6 8 6 6 5 6 5 7 8 7 7 6 7 4 4 8 6 8 6 7 5 4 8 5 8 5 5 6 6 8 8 6 8 8 7 6 8 5 4 6 5 7

Composer Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach

Composition English Suite No. 1 - Courante 1 English Suite No. 1 - Courante 2 English Suite No. 1 - Double 1 English Suite No. 1 - Double 2 English Suite No. 1 - Gigue English Suite No. 1 - Prelude English Suite No. 1 - Sarabande English Suite No. 2 - Allemande English Suite No. 2 - Bouree 1 English Suite No. 2 - Bouree 2 English Suite No. 2 - Courante English Suite No. 2 - Gigue English Suite No. 2 - Prelude English Suite No. 2 - Sarabande English Suite No. 3 - Allemande English Suite No. 3 - Courante English Suite No. 3 - Gavotte 1 English Suite No. 3 - Gavotte 2 English Suite No. 3 - Gigue English Suite No. 3 - Prelude English Suite No. 3 - Sarabande English Suite No. 4 - Allemande English Suite No. 4 - Courante English Suite No. 4 - Gigue English Suite No. 4 - Menuet 1 English Suite No. 4 - Menuet 2 English Suite No. 4 - Prelude English Suite No. 4 - Sarabande English Suite No. 5 - Allemande English Suite No. 5 - Courante English Suite No. 5 - Gigue English Suite No. 5 - Passepied 1 English Suite No. 5 - Passepied 2 English Suite No. 5 - Prelude English Suite No. 5 - Sarabande English Suite No. 6 - Allemande English Suite No. 6 - Courante English Suite No. 6 - Double English Suite No. 6 - Gavotte 1 English Suite No. 6 - Gavotte 2 English Suite No. 6 - Gigue English Suite No. 6 - Prelude English Suite No. 6 - Sarabande Fantasia in C minor, BWV 906 French Overture (Partita) in B minor BWV 831 French Suite No. 1 - Allemande French Suite No. 1 - Courante French Suite No. 1 - Gigue French Suite No. 1 - Menuet 1 French Suite No. 1 - Menuet 2 French Suite No. 1 - Sarabande French Suite No. 2 - Air French Suite No. 2 - Allemande

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7th and 10th mvts, Sarabande and Gigue

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Grade 5 7 4 6 8 6 6 7 4 5 5 5 7 7 8 6 8 5 6 6 5 8 7 6 5 7 5 8 3 4 6 3 5 5 6 5 6 6 6 5 6 5 7 7 5 5 7 3 4 2 2

Composer Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach

Composition French Suite No. 2 - Courante French Suite No. 2 - Gigue French Suite No. 2 - Menuet French Suite No. 2 - Sarabande French Suite No. 3 - Allemande French Suite No. 3 - Courante French Suite No. 3 - Gavotte French Suite No. 3 - Gigue French Suite No. 3 - Menuet French Suite No. 3 - Sarabande French Suite No. 3 - Trio French Suite No. 4 - Air French Suite No. 4 - Allemande French Suite No. 4 - Courante French Suite No. 4 - Gigue French Suite No. 4 - Sarabande French Suite No. 5 - Allemande French Suite No. 5 - Bouree 1 French Suite No. 5 - Bouree 2 French Suite No. 5 - Courante French Suite No. 5 - Gavotte French Suite No. 5 - Gigue French Suite No. 5 - Sarabande French Suite No. 6 - Allemande French Suite No. 6 - Bouree French Suite No. 6 - Courante French Suite No. 6 - Gavotte French Suite No. 6 - Gigue French Suite No. 6 - Menuet French Suite No. 6 - Polonaise French Suite No. 6 - Sarabande French Suite, No 6 in E Invention 01 Invention 02 Invention 03 Invention 04 Invention 05 Invention 06 Invention 07 Invention 08 Invention 09 Invention 10 Invention 11 Invention 12 Invention 13 Invention 14 Invention 15 Little Prelude, BWV 999 March in E flat, BWV Anh 127 March in Eb, BWV Anh. II 127 (anon.) Minuet in Am, BWV Anh. II 120 (anon.) Minuet in Cm, BWV Anh. II 121 (Anon.)

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Minuet

Intro to 2-voice inventions Hand independence

2 Bach

The Anna Magdalena Bach Book of 1725) Another excellent preparation for 2-voice inventions. Another excellent 2 voice canonic work that will develop hand independence and yet is easy enough for a beginner. Hauntingly beautiful slow minuet.

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Grade Composer 2 Bach 2 Bach 2 Bach 2 Bach 2 Bach

Composition Minuet in Dm, BWV Anh. II 132 (anon.) Minuet in G, (G. Bohm) Minuet in G, BWV Anh. 114 (C. Petzold) Minuet in G, BWV Anh. II 116 (anon.) Minuet in Gm, BWV Anh. 115 (C. Petzold)

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit Hand independence Intro to counterpoint Ornamentation Intro to 2-voice inventions Ornamentation

Other Notes & Comments Another very beautiful reflective minuet, which will develop hand independence. From A Little Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach Another good introduction to counterpoint that is simple enough for any beginner. This minuet is meant to be played with the Minuet in Gm in ABA form (minuet in G minuet in Gm minuet in G). Excellent piece to introduce canon (round) writing. It is a perfect introduction to 2 voice inventions which are far too difficult for a beginner. Beautiful lyrical minuet, reflective and slow. This minuet is meant to be played with the previous one in ABA form (minuet in G minuet in Gm minuet in G). For beginners omit the ornamentation. For more advanced players there is a lot of scope for learning the art of ornamentation with these two pieces. Excellent piece for the virtuoso to be (very easy but impressive), with daring skips on the LH and fast runs on the RH. A favorite with kids. 5th mvt, Bourre 1st and 6th mvts, Fantasia and Scherzo Menuett and Gigue Corrente

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Minuet no 1 in B minor Musette in D, BWV Anh. II 126(anon.) Overture in F, BWV 820 Partita No. 3 in A minor, BWV 827 Partita No. 4 in D, BWV 828 Partita No. 5, BWV 829 Polonaise in G minor, BWV Anh 119 Polonaise No 4 in D minor Prelude in C minor, BWV 999 Prelude in C, BWV 846/I Prelude in C, BWV 924 Prelude in C, BWV 939 Prelude in F Prelude in Gm, BWV 999 Prelude, no 10 Sinfonia 01 Sinfonia 02 Sinfonia 03 Sinfonia 04 Sinfonia 05 Sinfonia 06 Sinfonia 07 Sinfonia 08 Sinfonia 09 Sinfonia 10 Sinfonia 11 Sinfonia 12 Sinfonia 13 Sinfonia 14 Sinfonia 15 Chorale Lord, do with me as you will, BWV 514 Giga from Partita no. 1 Allegro in A, W 116/16 Allegro in C minor Allegro in G, H328 W 116/54 Fantasia in D minor March in D, H. 1.1

Skips Fast runs

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Arpeggios

Broken Triads

One of the few pieces in the notebook that is actually by Bach, this prelude is the first prelude in the WTC book I. A beautiful prelude based on broken triads, this is very easy (but not as effective) if you omit the several ornaments. These can added later on when the student has progressed enough. An excellent study in arpeggios for both RH and LH and a great introduction to question and answer writing. Only 16 bars long No 8 of 'Twelve Little Preludes' For the budding virtuoso. Very effective at a fast speed, but equally beautiful at a much slower tempo. The repetitive figuration in broken triads make it an excellent exercise as well. Eighteen Little Preludes'

From 'Kurze und leichte Clavierstcke', Wq 113/3 Uplifting and full of joy.

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Grade 3 5 7 6 5 8 8 3 7 7 7 3 7 7

Composer Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, C.P.E.

Composition Menuet: La Pott, W 117/18 Presto in C minor, W 114/3 Sinfonia No.15 in B minor, BWV 801 Solfeggietto Solo per il Cembalo, W.65/7 Sonata in A flat, W 49/2 Sonata in A, H 18b W 55/4 Sonata in C Sonata in C minor, W 60 Sonata in C, W 55/1, 3rd mvt Sonata in D minor, W 57/4 Sonata in F Sonata in F minor, W 57/6 Sonatas

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From Anna Magdalena 1st mvt, Allegro assai Allegretto 1st mvt, Allegretto 3rd mvt, Allegro Allegretto 2nd mvt Almost forgotten these days and almost never played, his sonatas are real gems. Again, all of the sonatas are around grade 7-8, so you should be able to manage. I particularly like w62 in G. from 'The Anna Magdalena Bach Book of 1725' Only 16 bars long, this beautiful aria can be easily learned by a beginner and then be used at a later stage to teach improvised ornamentation.

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1 Bach, J.C. 1 Bach, J.C. 2 Bach, J.C. 8 5 4 5 9 9 9 9 Bach, J.C. Bach, J.C.F. Bach, J.C.F. Bach, J.C.F. Barber Barber Barber Barber

Air in F, BWV Anh. 131, Aria in A minor Aria in F Sonata in B flat, Op 17/6 Musical Leisure Hours - Allegretto in F Musical Leisure Hours, no 2 - Menuet and Trio in F Sonata in G Op. 05 No. 03 Ballade op. 46 Excursions op. 20 Interlude I ('For Jeanne') Nocturne op. 33 Sonata op. 26

Theme and Variations

Chromatic and highly atmospheric if you want poetic and romantic and yet modern look no further. Extremely complex advanced work requiring the utmost pianism. This sonata was written for Horowitz. Originally it had only the first three movements, but Horowitz insisted that Barber write a flashy finale for it, hence the - very difficult - fugue. (no. 1 - Love Song is a beautiful song without words) and his very lyrical and nostalgic Nocturne which is written with modern harmonies but following John Field's model.

9 Barber

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Souvenirs op. 28 Three Sketches 14 Bagatelles, Op 6 no 2 Choral: No 28 from 'For Children' vol 1 Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm no 5 Dance with Sticks: no 1 from 6 Romanian Folk Dances For Children, vol 1 no 32 - Jeering Song For Children, vol 2 no 18 - Teasing Song Keringo Lento: No 11, from 'For Children,' vol 1 Mikrokosmos Vol 5 No.139 - Merry Andrew Mikrokosmos, Vol 4 No. 102 - Harmonics No 39 from For Children, Vol 1 Peasant's Flute: No 26 from 'For Children' vol 2 Revelry: no 22 from For Children, Vol 2 Romanian Christmas Carol Rondo no 1 from 3 Rondos on Folk Tunes Round Dance: No 17, from 'For Children,' vol 1 Suite, Op 14, 1st mvt Ten Easy Piano Pieces - Evening in the Country

no 152 from Mikrokosmos vol 6

No 4 from 'Romanian Christmas Carols', Series 1

Allegretto

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Grade 5 6 1 1 1 1 2

Composer Bartk Bartk Bartk Bartk Bartk Bartk Beach

Composition Ten Easy Piano Pieces - Hungarian Folksong Village Joke: no 130 from Mikrokosmos vol 5 Children at Play Quasi Adagio no 3 from 'For Children' vol 1 Two Little Dialogues Two Short Pieces and Two Little Dances Children Carnival op. 25

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Waltz Arpeggio Equalizing Hand Tone

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Beach Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven

Childrens Album op. 36 Andante Favori, WoO 57 Bagatelle in A, Op 33 No. 4 Bagatelle in Ab, Op. 33 No.7 Bagatelle in C, Op 119/02 Bagatelle in D, Op 119/03 Bagatelle in Eb, Op 33/1 Bagatelle in F, Op 33/3 Bagatelle in Gm, Op 119/01 Bagatelle, Op 126/04 Bagatelle, Op 33/06 Ecossaise in Eb major WoO 86 Ecossaise in G major WoO 23 Fur Elise Merry and Sad, Bagatelle in A minor, Op 119/09 Rondo in A, WoO 49 Rondo, Op 51/1 Six Ecossaises in Eb major WoO 83

Pierrot & Pierrette (from op. 25) is a wonderful waltz with a beautiful melody and unusual harmony, very easy and yet it sounds very professional. My favourite though is Secrets (also from op. 25) where arpeggio figurations are divided between the hands so that they are (almost) never together. Excellent exercise in equalizing the hands tone, and an exquisite piece of music. They are probably more suited to the later beginner (6 months one year of lessons)

These are one-page very easy pieces (grade 1) that Beethoven most likely wrote as pedagogical material for is pupils.

These are actually to be played as a single piece. This is a two page affair (3 pages depending on the edition), and more advanced than the other two (around grade 4/5). It sounds far more difficult.

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Six Variations on Nel cor pi non mi sento WoO 70 Sonata 01. Op. 49 no. 2 (Easy) Sonata 02. Op. 49 no. 1

However I find this sonata a bit dull (Beethoven thought so too Op. 49/1 being far more musical (the rondo is a real gem). It is a bit more difficult though. Both of these however are not quite full-fledged sonatas (they were most likely composed as exercises for his students).

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Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven

Sonata 04. Op. 14 no. 2 Sonata 05. Op. 14 no. 1 Sonata 06. Op. 2 no. 1 Sonata 07. Op. 10 no. 1 Sonata 08. Op. 10 no. 2 Sonata 09. Op. 2. no. 2 Sonata 10. Op. 2 no. 3 Sonata 11. Op. 10 no. 3 Sonata 12. Op. 13 (Pathetique) Sonata 13. Op. 22 Sonata 14. Op. 28 (Pastorale) Sonata 15. Op. 7 (Grand) Sonata 16. Op. 78 (For Therese) Sonata 17. Op. 26 (Funeral March) Sonata 18. Op. 31 no. 3 (The Hunt) Sonata 19. Op. 31 no. 1

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Grade 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 6

Composer Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven

Composition Sonata 20. Op. 90 Sonata 21. Op. 27 no. 1 Sonata 22. Op. 27 no. 2 (Moonlight) Sonata 23. Op. 54 Sonata 24. Op. 31 no. 2 (Tempest) Sonata 25. Op. 53 (Waldstein) Sonata 26. Op. 81 (Les Adieux) Sonata 27. Op. 57 (Appasionata) Sonata 28. Op. 101 Sonata 29. Op. 110 Sonata 3. Op. 79 (Alla Tedesca)

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Why not stretch a bit and try Op. 79, which is a real sonata, and quite beautiful (the second movement is wonderful). It is considered to be around grade 7, but if you can manage grade 5 pieces, you can manage grade 7.

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Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Beethoven Benda Benda Benda Benda Benda Benda

Sonata 30. Op. 109 Sonata 31. Op. 111 Sonata 32. Op. 106 (Hammerklavier) Sonatina in C Sonatina in F Sonatina in G Sonatina in G, Op 79 Sonata in Am Sonata in Bb Sonata in F Sonatina in F Sonatina in Gm Sonatina No. 3 in Am

2nd movement Anh 5/1, 2nd mvt, Romanze 3rd mvt, Vivace 3rd mvt, Presto 3rd mvt 3rd mvt

Arpeggios Hand crossing

Exhilarating and athletic piece with fast arpeggios divided between the hands and hand crossings on the second part. This is a one-movement sonatina (only 49 bars long) that sounds much more difficult than it actually is.

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4 Berens 4 Berens U Berg 2 Bloch

Study in F, Op 61/4 Study in F, Op 88/18 Sonata op. 1 Enfantines

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2 Bloch

Lullaby

Legato playing Cantabile

A one movement sonata that although supposedly in B minor is actually a chromatic work. Once you get used to it, it is very beautiful and lyrical. Bloch composed a set of ten very interesting pieces called Enfantines, for his daughters. They are not for beginners though, except the first one, which may be tackled by a late beginner (6 months 1 year of lessons): Impressionistic writing, this is a very expressive piece that allows for the introduction of several concepts: Modes (the piece is written in the Aeolian mode), legato playing (the piece requires that one finger be held while the other fingers of the same hand play the melody above it), cantabile.

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Petite Suite no 4- Mazurka Folk preludes

Paul Frederick Bowles: These are really for intermediate students, but I could not resist including it. These are excellent arrangements of classical American folk tunes. Truly enchanting pieces.

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Brahms Brahms Brahms Brahms Brahms Brahms Brahms Brahms Brahms

Ballade in D minor, Op 10/1 Intermezzo in A minor, Op 76/7 Intermezzo in B minor, Op 119/1 Intermezzo in E flat, Op 117/1 Intermezzo in E, Op 116/6 Intermezzo, Op 116/4 Waltz in C# minor, Op 39/7 Waltz in D minor, Op.39 No.9 Waltz in E, Op 39/2

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Grade 6 6 6 6 5 4 2 3 3 5 5 3 2 1 8 8 7

Composer Brahms Britten Britten Britten Britten Burgmller Burgmller Burgmller Burgmller Burgmller Burgmller Burgmller Burgmller Burgmller Chabrier Chabrier Chabrier

Composition Waltz, Op 39/3 Holiday Diary Notturno Three Character Pieces Waltz in D minor, Op.3 No.1 Barcarolle, Op. 100/22 Douce Plainte (Sighing), Op. 100/16 Gracefulness Innocence, Op. 100/05 L'Hirondelle, Op. 100/24 Orage, Op.109/13 Study in C minor, Op. 100/15 Study in G minor, Op. 100/16 Study in Am, Op. 100/02 Danse Villageoise Idylle Pieces Pitoresques

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Beautiful and haunting Range from the fast and fun Michael to the beautiful Daphne

(from 10 Pices Pittoresques) (from 10 Pices Pittoresques) Idylle - the RH is almost as busy as the LH in this delightful piece. The LH mostly plays broken octaves, skipping over two octaves. Excellent for skip accuracy. And it is a wonderful, hauntingly beautiful piece.

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Boure Fantasque Consolation Op. 87 No. 5 Nocture Op. 165 Andante Spianatto (prelude to Grande Polonaise Brillante op. 22) Cantabile in Bb major Contradanse Ecossaise no. 1 in D (Op. posth, 72 no. 3) Ecossaise no. 2 in Gm Op. posth 72 no. 3 Ecossaise no. 3 in Db (Op. posth, 72 no. 3) Etude Op. 10 no. 03 Etude Op. 10 no. 06 Etude Op. 10 no. 09 Etude Op. 10 no. 12 Etude Op. 25 no. 01 Etude Op. 25 no. 02 Etude Op. 25 no. 07 Etude Op. 25 no. 09 Fantaise Impromptu op. posth. 66 Feuille dalbum Fugue in Am Funeral march in Cm (Op. posth. no. 2) Impromptu no. 1 in Ab (Op. 29) Largo in Eb major Mazurka in A minor, op. 7 no. 2 Mazurka in A minor, op. posth. 67 no. 4 Mazurka in A minor, op. posth. 68 no. 2 Mazurka in Ab major, op. 24 no. 3 Mazurka in B minor, op. 30 no. 2 Mazurka in Bb major no. 51 Mazurka in Bb major, op. 7 no. 1 Mazurka in C major, op. 24 no. 2 Mazurka in C major, op. 33 no. 3 Mazurka in C major, op. 7 no. 5 Mazurka in C major, op. posth. 67 no. 3

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Composition Mazurka in C minor, op. 30 no. 1 Mazurka in E minor, op. 17 no. 2 Mazurka in F major, op. posth. 68 no. 3 Mazurka in F minor, op. 63 no. 2 Mazurka in F minor, op. posth. 68 no. 4 Mazurka in G major no. 50 Mazurka in G minor, op. 24 no. 1 Mazurka in G minor, op. posth. 67 no. 2 Mazurka in G# minor, op. 33 no. 1 Mazurka no. 01 in F#m (op. 6 no. 1) Mazurka no. 02 in C#m (op. 6 no. 2) Mazurka no. 03 in E (op. 6 no. 3) Mazurka no. 04 in Ebm (op. 6 no. 4) Mazurka no. 07 in Fm (op. 7 no. 3) Mazurka no. 08 in Ab (op. 7 no. 4) Mazurka no. 10 in Bb (op. 17 no. 1) Mazurka no. 12 in Ab (op. 17 no. 3) Mazurka no. 13 in Am (op. 17 no. 4) Mazurka no. 17 in Bbm (op. 24 no. 4) Mazurka no. 20 in Db (op. 30 no. 3) Mazurka no. 21 in C#m (op. 30 no. 4) Mazurka no. 23 in D (op. 33 no. 2) Mazurka no. 25 in Bm (op. 33 no. 4) Mazurka no. 26 in Em (op. 41 no. 1) Mazurka no. 27 in B (op. 41 no. 2) Mazurka no. 28 in Ab (op. 41 no. 3) Mazurka no. 29 in C#m (op. 41 no. 4) Mazurka no. 30 in G (op. 50 no. 1) Mazurka no. 31 in Ab (op. 50 no. 2) Mazurka no. 32 in C#m (op. 50 no. 3) Mazurka no. 33 in B (op. 56 no.1) Mazurka no. 34 in C (op. 56 no. 2) Mazurka no. 35 in Cm (op. 56 no. 3) Mazurka no. 36 in Am (op. 59 no. 1) Mazurka no. 37 in Ab (op. 59 no. 2) Mazurka no. 38 in F#m (op. 59 no. 3) Mazurka no. 39 in B (op. 63 no. 1) Mazurka no. 41 in C#m (op. 63 no. 3) Mazurka no. 42 in G (op.posth. 67 no. 1) Mazurka no. 46 in C (op. posth. 68 no. 1) Mazurka no. 52 in Am Mazurka no. 53 in Am Mazurka no. 54 in D Mazurka no. 55 in Bb Mazurka no. 56 in C Mazurka no. 57 in Ab Nocturne in C minor, no. 21 Nocturne no. 01 in Bbm (Op. 9 no. 1) Nocturne no. 02 in Eb (Op. 9 no. 2) Nocturne No. 03 in B (Op. 9 no. 3) Nocturne No. 04 in F (Op. 15 no. 1) Nocturne no. 05 in F# (Op. 15 no. 2) Nocturne no. 06 in Gm (Op. 15 no. 3)

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Composer Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin Chopin

Composition Nocturne No. 07 in C#m (Op. 27 no. 1) Nocturne no. 08 in Db (Op. 27 no.2) Nocturne no. 09 in B (Op. 32 no. 1 Nocturne no. 10 in Ab (Op. 32 no. 2) Nocturne no. 11 in Gm (Op. 37 no. 1) Nocturne No. 12 in G (Op. 37 no. 2) Nocturne No. 13 in Cm (Op. 48 no. 1) Nocturne no. 14 in F# (Op. 48 no. 2) Nocturne no. 15 in Fm (Op. 55 no. 1) Nocturne no. 15 in Fm (Op. 55 no. 1) Nocturne No. 16 in Eb (Op. 55 no. 2) Nocturne No. 17 in B (Op. 62 no. 1) Nocturne No. 18 in E (Op. 62 no. 2) Nocturne no. 19 in Em (Op. posth, 72 no. 1) Nocturne no. 20 in C#m Nocturne no. 11 in Gm (Op. 37 no. 1) Nouvelle Etude no. 1 in Fm Nouvelle etude no. 3 in Db Nouvelles Etudes no. 2 in Ab Polonaise in Bb major no. 12 Polonaise in G minor no. 11 Polonaise no. 01 in C#m Op. 26 no. 1 Polonaise no. 02 in Ebm Op. 26 no.2 Polonaise no. 03 in A Op. 40 no. 1 Polonaise no. 04 in Cm Op. 40 no. 2 Polonaise no. 05 in F#m Op. 44 Polonaise no. 06 in Ab Op. 53 Polonaise no. 08 in Dm Op. Posth. No. 1 Polonaise no. 09 in Bb Op. Posth. No. 2 Polonaise no. 10 in Fm Op. Posth 71 no. 3 Polonaise no. 11 in Gm Polonaise no. 12 in Bb Polonaise no. 13 in Ab Polonaise no. 14 in G#m Polonaise no. 15 in Bbm Polonaise-fantasie no. 7 Op. 61 Preludes Op. 28. No. 01 Preludes Op. 28. No. 02 Preludes Op. 28. No. 03 Preludes Op. 28. no. 04 Preludes Op. 28. No. 05 Preludes Op. 28. no. 06 Preludes Op. 28. no. 07 Preludes Op. 28. No. 08 Preludes Op. 28. no. 09 Preludes Op. 28. No. 10 Preludes Op. 28. No. 11 Preludes Op. 28. No. 12 Preludes Op. 28. No. 13 Preludes Op. 28. No. 14 Preludes Op. 28. No. 15 Preludes Op. 28. No. 16 Preludes Op. 28. No. 17

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(Chopin was 12 when he composed this one)

(Arguably the most difficult)

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Composition Preludes Op. 28. No. 18 Preludes Op. 28. No. 19 Preludes Op. 28. no. 20 Preludes Op. 28. No. 21 Preludes Op. 28. No. 22 Preludes Op. 28. No. 23 Preludes Op. 28. No. 24 Soanta no. 2 in Bbm (Op. 35) Sonata in Cm (Op. 4) Sonata no. 1 in Cm (op. 4) Sonata no. 3 in Bm (Op. 58) Souvenir de Paganini. Variations in E on Bellinis I Puritani. Variations on a German National air Waltz No. 01 (Eb, op. 18 ) Waltz No. 02 (Ab, Op. 34 no. 1) Waltz No. 03 (Am, Op. 34 no. 2) Waltz No. 04 (F, Op. 34 no. 3) Waltz No. 05 (Ab, Op. 42) Waltz No. 06 (Db, Op. 64 no. 1) Waltz No. 07 (C#m, Op. 64 no. 2) Waltz No. 09 (Ab, Op. Posth. 69 no. 1) Waltz No. 10 (Bm, Op. Posth. 69 no. 2) Waltz No. 11 (Gb Op. Posth. 70 no. 1) Waltz No. 12 (Fm, Op. Posth. 70 no. 2) Waltz No. 13 (Db, Op. Posth. 70 no. 3) Waltz No. 14 (Ab) Waltz No. 15 (E) Waltz No. 16 (Em) Waltz no. 17 in A minor Waltz no. 18 in Eb major Waltz No. 19 (Eb) Waltz No. 80 (Ab, Op. 64 no. 3) Polonaise Op. 40 no. 1 in A Grand Waltz Sonata in A major, Op 10/1 Sonata in B flat, Op 47/2 Sonata in D minor/major, Op 40/3 Sonata in D, Op 25/6 Sonata in D, Op 26/3 Sonata in F# minor, Op 25/5 Sonata in F, Op 4/6 Sonatina in C, Op 36/3 Sonatina in D, Op 36/6 Sonatina in G, Op 36/2 Sonatina in G, Op 36/4 Arietta in C, Op 42, Lesson 5 Sonatina, Op 36/3, Un Poco Adagio Allemande Allemande in D minor Gigue in G minor, 'La Milordine' LAtalante, from Pices de Clavein, Book 2 Ordre 12 La Bourbonnaise

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3rd mov. Marche Funebre 2nd mov. Menuetto 3rd mov. Larghetto. 3rd mov. Largo

1st mvt, Allegro con spirito 1st mvt 1st mvt, Adagio molto Allegro 2nd movement, Un poco andante Andante 2nd mvt, Lento e patetico 1st mvt Spiritoso 1st mvt 1st mvt, Allegretto 2nd mvt, Andante con espressione

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Grade 6 6 4 6 3 7 7 3 2 7 2 3 3 7 7 7 6 7 8 7 8 8 8 6 8 8 6 8 5 8 7 7 8 6 8 8 6 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 2 5 3 6 7 5 6 8

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Composition La Lutine, from Pices de Clavein, Book 1 Ordre 3 Le Bavolet Flottant Le Moucheron Les Petits Moulins Vent Rondo Etude no 33 in D Study in F# minor, No 22 of '84 Studies' Study in A flat, Op 139/51 Study in B minor, Op 139/98 Study in D minor, Op 740/37 Study in G, Op 139/25 Study in G, Op 261/17 Le Coucou Arabesque 2 Ballade Clair de Lune Dun cahier desquisses Danse Estampes 1 - Pagodes Estampes 2 - Soirees dans Grenade Estampes 3 - Jardins sous la pluie Gardens in the rain Images I 1 - Reflets dans l'eau Images I 2 - Hommage a Rameau Images I 3 - Mouvement Images II 1 - Cloches a travers les feuilles Images II 3 - Et la lune descend sur le temple qui fut Images II 3 - Poissons d'or La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin L'isle joyeuse Masques Mazurka Pour le piano 1 - Prelude Pour le piano 2 - Sarabande Pour le piano 3 - Toccata Prlude no 6, Book 2 Gnral Lavine-eccentric Reverie Serenade of the Doll Suite Bergamasque 1 - Prelude Suite Bergamasque 2 - Menuet Suite Bergamasque 3 - Clair de lune Suite Bergamasque 4 - Passepied Valse Romantique Arabesque 1 Dr. Gradus ad Parnassum Andantino, Op 125/11 Sonatina in B flat, Op 168/4 Sonatina in F, Op 168/1 La ricordanza Larghetto in A minor Grandpa Dances with Grandma: no 2 from '2 Little Pearls' Silhouette, Op 8/11 Barcarolle no 4 in A flat, Op 44

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from Childrens Corner Suite

1st mvt , 2nd mvt, Andante A nocturne-like version for piano of the famous aria Una furtiva lacrima

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Composer Faur Faur Faur Faur Faur Faur Faur Faur Field Field Field Field Franck Franck Gershwin Gershwin

Composition Fugue in E minor, Op 84/6 Nocturne in A flat, Op 33/3 Nocturnes op. 33 no. 1 Nocturnes op. 33 no. 2 Nocturnes op. 33 no. 3 Nocturnes op. 36 Nocturnes op. 37 Romances sans paroles Op. 17 Nocturne in B flat, no 5 Nocturne no 13 in D minor, H 59 Nocturne no 16 in F Nocturne No 4 in A Little Piece (Poco Allegro) in C# minor, from 'L'Organiste' L'Organiste' vol 1 no 23 - Quasi Lento Three Preludes I. Allegro ben ritmato e preciso Three Preludes II. Andante con moto e poco rubato Three Preludes III. Allegro ben ritmato e preciso Twelve American preludes Bocetos No 4 - The Evening Bell Cuentos de la Juventud', Op 1 no 9 - The Orphan Girl Danza de la Rosa, no 3 from 'Escenas Poticas' Danza Espaola No 6: Jota Rondalla Aragonesa Danza Galante, from 'Danzas Espaolas' Dedication Viniendo de la fuente, Op 1/5 Album Leaf in A Flat, Op.28 No.1 Arietta Folk Song, Op 12/5 Gade, Op 57/2 Grandmother's Minuet, Op 68/2 Lyric Pieces Op. 12/1 (Arietta) Lyric Pieces Op. 12/2 (Waltz) Lyric Pieces Op. 12/3 (Watchman's song) Lyric Pieces Op. 12/4 (Fairy dance) Lyric Pieces Op. 12/5 (Folksong) Lyric Pieces Op. 12/6 (norwegian dance) Lyric Pieces Op. 12/7 (Album leaf) Lyric Pieces Op. 12/8 (National song) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/1 (Berceuse) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/2 (Folk song) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/3 (Melody) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/4 (Halling) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/5 (Springdans) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/6 (Elegy) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/7 (Waltz) Lyric Pieces Op. 38/8 (Canon) Lyric Pieces Op. 43/1 (Butterfly) Lyric Pieces Op. 43/2 (Solitary traveller) Lyric Pieces Op. 43/3 (In my native country) Lyric Pieces Op. 43/4 (Little bird) Lyric Pieces Op. 43/5 (Erotykon)

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not exactly nocturnes, but very beautiful and lyric

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Gershwin called this prelude Spanish. This is a fast virtuoso piece, very good as an encore. Gershwin called this prelude a blues lullaby. Slow and slightly lugubrious, it would make quite a good piece to play before an intermission. This is my favourite of the three (and the most difficult). Tonal music but with lots of chromaticism and strong rhythms. These are all short pieces, good as encores.

Dedication is just one page long and very beautiful.

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Composition Lyric Pieces Op. 43/6 (To Spring) Lyric Pieces Op. 47/1 (Valse-Impromptu) Lyric Pieces Op. 47/2 (Album leaf) Lyric Pieces Op. 47/3 (melody) Lyric Pieces Op. 47/4 (Halling) Lyric Pieces Op. 47/5 (Melancholy) Lyric Pieces Op. 47/6 (Springdans) Lyric Pieces Op. 47/7 (Elegy) Lyric Pieces Op. 54/1 (Shepherd's boy) Lyric Pieces Op. 54/2 (Gangar) Lyric Pieces Op. 54/3 (March of the dwarfs) Lyric Pieces Op. 54/4 (Notturno) Lyric Pieces Op. 54/5 (Scherzo) Lyric Pieces Op. 54/6 (Bell ringing) Lyric Pieces Op. 57/1 (Vanished days) Lyric Pieces Op. 57/2 (Gade) Lyric Pieces Op. 57/3 (Illusion) Lyric Pieces Op. 57/4 (Secret) Lyric Pieces Op. 57/5 (She dances) Lyric Pieces Op. 57/6 (Home sickness) Lyric Pieces Op. 62/1 (Sylphe) Lyric Pieces Op. 62/2 (Gratitude) Lyric Pieces Op. 62/3 (French Serenade) Lyric Pieces Op. 62/4 (Brooklet) Lyric Pieces Op. 62/5 (Phantom) Lyric Pieces Op. 62/6 (Homeward) Lyric Pieces Op. 65/1 (From early years) Lyric Pieces Op. 65/2 (Peasant's song) Lyric Pieces Op. 65/3 (Melancholy) Lyric Pieces Op. 65/4 (Salon) Lyric Pieces Op. 65/5 (Ballad) Lyric Pieces Op. 65/6 (Wedding day at Troldhaugen) Lyric Pieces Op. 68/1 (Sailor's song) Lyric Pieces Op. 68/2 (Grandmother's menuet) Lyric Pieces Op. 68/3 (At your feet) Lyric Pieces Op. 68/4 (Evening in the mountain) Lyric Pieces Op. 68/5 (At the cradle) Lyric Pieces Op. 68/6 (Valse Melancholique) Lyric Pieces Op. 71/1 (Once upon a time) Lyric Pieces Op. 71/2 (Summer's eve) Lyric Pieces Op. 71/3 (Puck) Lyric Pieces Op. 71/4 (Peace of the Woods). Lyric Pieces Op. 71/5 (Halling) Lyric Pieces Op. 71/6 (gone) Lyric Pieces Op. 71/7 (remembrance) Lyric Pieces, Op 12/4 Elves' Dance Poetic Tone Picture, Op 3/1 Poetic Tone Picture, Op 3/5 Poetic Tone Picture, Op 3/6 Prelude from Holberg Suite Op.40 Rigaudon, No 5 of the 'Holberg Suite' Scherzo Impromptu in B Flat Op.5 No.3 Vglein (Little Bird) Op 43/4

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Notturno is haunting and yet not the usual nocturne pattern (Lyric pieces, Op. 54/4).

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Grade 6 U U 2 3 2

Composer Grieg Griffes Griffes Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt

Composition Holberg suite Roman Sketches, Op. 7 Three tone pictures, Op. 5 A song without words, op. 117 no. 34 Impromptu, Op 224/5 In the garden, op. 140 no. 4 Kleine Blumen, Op 205/03 Allegretto Little Flower Lullaby

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Other Notes & Comments Impressionistic, tonal music. Impressionistic, tonal music. A study in broken chords very effective in performance. The melody is in the LH while the RH accompanies with syncopated chords. Excellent for teaching how to voice between the hands.

Broken Chords LH melody voicing

4 Gurlitt 3 Gurlitt 2 Gurlitt

Prep for 4-5 finger melody

Beautiful piece with the accompaniment equally divided between both hands and the melody played with fingers 4-5 of the RH. Excellent preparation for similar figuration in the more advanced repertory (e.g. Mendelssohns Song without words op. 19 no.1). Although easy, it is for the late beginner. Beautiful chorale in three voices, will prepare for four voice chorales. Very easy. From here, go to the one below. No 18 from 'Album for the Young', Op 140 Allegro Scherzando 1st and 3rd mvts Four part chorale. Excellent to learn four part harmony and bring up the top voice in each chord.

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2 Gurlitt 5 2 3 2 2 Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt

Morning prayer, Op. 101 no. 2 Serenade in A Op 172 No 5 Serenade in B flat Sonatina in F Sonatina in G Sunday, Op. 101 no. 18 The Deserted Child, Op 74/6 The Fair, op. 101 no. 8 The Hurdy Gurdy Man, Op210/19 Undismayed, Op 197/7 Valse Noble op. 101 no. 14 Wild Mignonette Allegretto grazioso in C, Op 117/6 Andantino in F, Op 187/48 Melodic Study Moderato Sonatina in C Waltz in F, Op 179/21 Air in B flat, HWV 471 Air, B175/42 Allegro in D minor Chanson 'Sans y penser' Courante in F, B60/24 Courante in F, HWV 488 Fantasia in C, B.60/21 Fuga in G, B175/31 Fugue no 3 in B flat, HWV 607 Fugue no 6 in C minor, HWV 610 Gavotte in G, HWV 491 Gigue from Suite No.1 Gigue, from Suite in G minor, B60/19 Minuet and Variations, from Suite no 10 Minuet in F Minuet in G minor, from Suite no 1 in B flat Partita in G HWV 450 Sonata in C, B60/29

Four-part Harmony Bring out upper voice Develop inflection of short melodic motifs

3 Gurlitt 2 Gurlitt 2 Gurlitt 2 Gurlitt 2 Gurlitt 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 7 2 4 4 7 2 8 8 3 7 4 5 3 5 5 4 Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt Gurlitt Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel

Very light, with a fast RH going through a circular semiquaver pattern. Very good to develop the inflection of short melodic motifs. For the budding virtuoso.

Contrast grazioso w/ scherzo

A very nice waltz with just 16 bars (two 8-bar phrases). Good for learning how to contrast the grazioso section with the scherzo section.

5th Movt Gigue 3rd mvt

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Composer Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Handel Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn

Composition Sonatina in B flat Sonatina in B flat, HWV 585 Suite in B flat, B60/15 Suite in D minor, B 60/18 Suite in G B60/16 Suite in G minor, HWV 452 Suite in G minor, HWV 453 Suite in G, HWV 441 Suite No 10 Suite no 13 Suite no 3 in D minor, 1720 Collection, HWV 428 Suite no 4 in E minor, 1720 Collection, HWV 429 Suite no 6 in F# minor, 1720 Collection, HWV 431, B60/6 Suite no 7, HWV 432 Suite no 8 in F minor, 1720 Collection, HWV 433 Menuet in F Passepied in C, HWV 559 Suite no 5 in E major Adagio in F, Hob XVII/9 Arietta con Variazione Divertimento in E Sonata XVI/01 in C major Sonata XVI/02 in Bb major Sonata XVI/03 in C major Sonata XVI/04 in D major Sonata XVI/05 in A major Sonata XVI/05 in D major Sonata XVI/06 in G major Sonata XVI/07 in C major Sonata XVI/08 in G major

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Other Notes & Comments Baroque Keyboard Pieces, book 2, pub. Assoc. Board) Corrant Allemande 2nd Movt Allegro 1st mvt, Allemande 2nd mvt, Entre Courante Minuet and Variations Courante 2nd mvt, Allemande 3rd mvt Allegro Passacaglia Gigue, 3rd mvt Allemande

Unexpected skips (3rd Mvmt) Forearm rotation (4th mvmt) Bass Melody (4th mvmt) Hand Swaps (4th mvmt)

2nd mvt Allegro (5) Adagio (4) Menuet and Trio (2/3) Moderato (6) Largo (6) Menuet and trio (5) Allegretto (5) Andante (5) Finale: Presto (4) Moderato (5) Menuet and Trio (4) Allegro (7) Menuet and trio (2/3) Finale: Presto (6) Moderato (incomplete) Menuet and trio (6) Allegro (7) Menuet and Trio (6) Adagio (5) Finale (6) Allegro moderato (4) Menuet and trio (4) Finale: Allegro (5) Allegro (5) Menuet (2/3) Andante (2/3)- A wonderful slow and lyrical movement. Omit the ornaments for the early beginners. Very easy, but due to the unexpected skips it teaches one to think ahead. Finalle: Allegro (2/3 or less) This is a fast exhilarating movement, very short, very repetitive in its broken chord figurations. Excellent for forearm rotation and bringing the bass melody over the mist of sound created by the very fast RH. Hands swap figurations occasionally, so both hands get a workout. If you hear this piece, you will not believe how easy it is (around grade 1/2). Allegro (5) Menuet and Trio (4) Scherzo (2) For the budding virtuoso. Beginners can easily master this movement at slow speed. More advanced beginners can start working on speed. Lots of learning/practicing tricks can be learned as one studies this piece. (How to work for speed, how to get accuracy, etc.) Moderato (5) Menuet and Trio (4) Finale: Presto (5) Presto (5) Andante (4) Menuet and trio (5) Andante (6) Menuet and Trio (5) Finale: Allegro molto (5) Moderato (5) Menuet and trio (4) Finale: Presto (5) Allegro moderato (7) Menuet and Trio (5) Finale: Allegro (6) Allegro moderato (8 ) Moderato (7) Moderato (8 ) Andante (6) Allegro Assai (7) Moderato (8 ) Andante com moto (7) Allegro (8 ) Allegro (7) Adagio (6) Presto (6) Allegro moderato (7) Andante (6) Finale: Tempo di menuet (6) Moderato (7) Adagio (5) Finale: Presto (6) Allegro (7) Adagio (6) Finale: presto (7) Moderato (8 ) Tempo di menuet (6)

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5 Haydn

Sonata XVI/09 in F major

Speed (3rd mvmt) Accuracy (3rd mvmdt)

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Sonata XVI/10 in C major Sonata XVI/11 in G major Sonata XVI/12 in A major Sonata XVI/13 in E major Sonata XVI/14 in D major Sonata XVI/18 in Bb major Sonata XVI/19 in D major Sonata XVI/20 in C minor Sonata XVI/21 in C major Sonata XVI/22 in E major Sonata XVI/23 in F major Sonata XVI/24 in D major Sonata XVI/25 in Eb major

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Composer Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Haydn Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller

Composition Sonata XVI/26 in A major Sonata XVI/27 no. 42 in G major Sonata XVI/28 in Eb major Sonata XVI/29 in F major Sonata XVI/30 in A major Sonata XVI/31 in E major Sonata XVI/32 in B minor Sonata XVI/33 in D major Sonata XVI/34 in E minor Sonata XVI/35 in C major Sonata XVI/36 in C# minor Sonata XVI/37 in D major Sonata XVI/38 no. 51 in Eb major Sonata XVI/39 in G major Sonata XVI/40 in G major Sonata XVI/41 in Bb major Sonata XVI/42 in D major Sonata XVI/43 in Ab major Sonata XVI/44 in G minor Sonata XVI/45 in Ebmajor Sonata XVI/46 in Ab major Sonata XVI/47 bis in E minor Sonata XVI/47 in F major Sonata XVI/48 in C major Sonata XVI/49 in Eb major Sonata XVI/50 in C major Sonata XVI/51 in D major Sonata XVI/52 in Eb major Sonata XVI/D1 in D major Sonata XVI/G1 in G major A Strange Story Etude in D, Op 46/8 Gipsy Dance, Op 136/19 Melodius Etudes Melody in G Nuits blanches (Sleepless Nights), Op 82/7 Prelude in C# minor, Op 81/10 Prelude in F, Op 119/16 Prelude, Op 119/17 Prelude, Op 119/6 Reverie in A flat, Op 122/9 - Waltz Sleepless Nights Op 87 No 3 Study in A flat, Op 47/23 Study in B flat, Op 45/16 Study in B minor, Op 46/11 Study in B minor, Op 47/12 Study in C minor, Op 46/26 Study in C Op 46 No 1 Study in D, Op 125/7 Study in D, Op 46/8 Study in D, Op 47/12 Study in E, Op 125/18

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Other Notes & Comments Allegro moderato (8 ) Menuet and trio (al rovescio) (4) Finale: Presto (5) Allegro con Brio (6) Menuet (5) Finale: Presto (5) Allegro moderato (8 ) Menuet and trio (5) Finale: Presto (6) Moderato (8 ) Adagio (6) Tempo di menuet (6) Allegro (7) Tempo di menuet (7) Moderato (7) Allegretto (6) Finale: Presto (6) Allegro moderato (7) Menuet (5) Finale: Presto (8 ) Allegro (7) Adagio (6) Tempo di menuet (5) Presto (7) Adagio (6) Finale: Vivace molto (6) Allegro con brio (7) Adagio (5) Allegro (6) Moderato (8 ) Scherzando: allegro con brio (6) Menuet and trio: moderato (6) Allegro con brio (8 ) Largo e sostenuto (5) Finale: Presto ma non troppo (6) Allegro moderato (8 ) Adagio (6) Finale: Allegro (5) Allegro con brio (7) Adagio (6) Prestissimo (8 ) Allegretto innocente (7) Presto (7) Allegro (8 ) Allegro di molto (7) Andante con espressione (8 ) Vivace assai (7) Moderato (7) Menuetto (2/3) Rondo: Presto (7) Moderato (8 ) Allegretto (6) Moderato (7) Andante (7) Finale: Allegro di Molto (8 ) Allegro moderato (8 ) Adagio(8 ) Finale: Presto (7) Adagio (6) Allegro (6) Finale: Tempo di Minuetto (6) Moderato (8 ) Larghetto (6) Finale: allegro (6) Andante con espressione (8 ) Rondo: presto (8 ) Allegro (8 ) Adagio e cantabile (8 ) Finale: Tempo di menuet (6) Allegro (8+) Adagio (7) Finale: Allegro molto (7) Andante (7) Presto (7) Allegro (8+) Adagio (8+) Finale: Presto (8 ) Moderato (5) Menuet (3 or less) Finale: Allegro (5) Allegro (5) Menueto (2/3) Finale: Presto (5)

I'll just list my favourites (but they are all pretty good)....op 47 3, 10, 15, 21, 23: op 46 4, 7, 11. There are plenty of goodies from op 125 and 45

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Composer Heller Heller Heller Heller Heller Henkel Hovhaness Hovhaness Hummel Hummel Hummel Hummel Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kabalevsky Kalkbrenner Khachaturian Kuhlau Kuhlau Kuhlau Kuhlau Kuhlau L Mozart L Mozart L Mozart L Mozart Le Couppey Le Couppey Le Couppey Le Couppey Le Couppey Le Couppey Le Couppey Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt

Composition Study in E, Op.45 No.9 Study in E, Op.47 No.16 Study in F, Op 45/19 Waltz in A minor, Op 145/3 Waltz in A minor, Op 97/6 Piano Piece for the Young, no 13 Sketchbook of Mr. Purple Poverty op. 309 Sleeping Cat, from 'Sketchbook of Mr Purple' Allegretto in F Allegro in F Gigue Menuetto, Op 42/3 30 Pieces for Children, Op 30/6 - Sad Story A Little Song, from Op 27 Clowning, Op 27/10 Clowns, Op 39/20 Galop, Op 39/18 Nights on the River Novelette, Op 27/25 Prelude, Op 38/2 Rondo in D, Op 60/2 Scherzo in B minor Op 27 No 14 Soldiers' March Sonatina Op 13, no 2 Song of the Cavalry, Op 27/29 Waltz in D minor, Op 39/13 Game Theme and Variation 1 Etude in C Sharp minor, Op.143 Bk2 No.16 Scherzino Sonatina in C, Op 55/03 Sonatina in F, Op 55/04 Sonatina in F, Op 88/04 Sonatina in G, Op 88/02 Sonatina, Op 55/01 Allegro in G Allegro Moderato in F Menuet in A Menuet in C Study in A minor, Op 21 Study in B flat, Op 24/8 Study in C, Op. 24/06 Study in C, Op. 24/10 Melody in C, no 14 from 'ABC du Piano' Melody in C, no 21 from 'ABC du Piano' Study in C, Op. 17/01 Abschied S. 251 Bagatelle without Tonality S. 216a Consolations, S. 172 no. 1 Consolations, S. 172 no. 2 Consolations, S. 172 no. 3 Consolations, S. 172 no. 4 Consolations, S. 172 no. 5

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Other Notes & Comments

Sleeping Cat is a hauntingly beautiful piece extremely easy with great scope for musicality.

No 56 from 'Klavierschule'

From 'Children's Pieces', Op 27/4

(revised edition)

From 5 Happy Variations on a Russian Folksong, Op 51/1

2nd mvt, Allegro grazioso Andantino con espressione Allegra Molto, Andante con moto

From 'Nannerl Notebook From 'Nannerl Notebook

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Grade 7 8 5 5 5 6 7 5 5 5 5 8 8 5 7 7 7 5 5 7 2

Composer Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt Liszt MacDowell MacDowell Macdowell MacDowell

Composition Consolations, S. 172 no. 6 Eglogue: no 7 from Annes de Plerinage: 1re Anne, Suisse, S 160 Etude Op. 1 No. 4 Five Hungarian Folk Songs S. 245 Five piano pieces S. 192 No 1 of Four Short Piano Pieces, S 192 No 2 of 'Five Hungarian Folksongs', S 245 Nuages gris S. 199 Sancta Dorothea S. 187 The Christmas Tree S. 186 The Shephards at the Manger s. 186 Valse oublie (no 1 in A minor, S 215/1) Valses Oubliees S. 215 Wiegenlied 174 Years of Pilgrimage: 1yr Switzerland No. 2 Years of Pilgrimage: 2yr Italy No. 2 Years of Pilgrimage: 2yr Italy No. 3 Hunting Song, no 1 of 'Twelve Studies' Romanze Op 39 No 3 Starlight, Op 55/4 To a Wild Rose

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Other Notes & Comments

Expressive Playing

Lovely piece very easy technically, but demanding the greatest expressivity in playing. Probably better suited to older students. Good for awakening the skills for expression in ones playing.

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Macdowell Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn

Waldfahrt (In the Forest), Op 35/5 Andante with Variations in E flat, Op 82 Christmas Piece, Op 72/2 Etude in F minor Prelude and Fugue in B flat, Op 35/6 Prelude and Fugue in D, Op 35/2 Presto agitato, No 2 of 'Two Musical Sketches' Songs Without Words Op. 102 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 102 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 102 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 102 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 102 no. 5 Songs Without Words Op. 102 no. 6 Songs Without Words Op. 19 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 19 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 19 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 19 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 19 no. 5 Songs Without Words Op. 19 no. 6 Songs Without Words Op. 30 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 30 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 30 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 30 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 30 no. 5 Songs Without Words Op. 30 no. 6 Songs Without Words Op. 38 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 38 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 38 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 38 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 38 no. 5

Fast LH runs throughout the whole piece.

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Composer Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Mendelssohn Messiaen Messiaen Messiaen Moscheles Moszkowski Moszkowski Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart

Composition Songs Without Words Op. 38 no. 6 Songs Without Words Op. 53 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 53 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 53 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 53 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 53 no. 5 Songs Without Words Op. 53 no. 6 Songs Without Words Op. 62 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 62 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 62 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 62 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 62 no. 5 Songs Without Words Op. 62 no. 6 Songs Without Words Op. 67 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 67 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 67 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 67 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 67 no. 5 Songs Without Words Op. 67 no. 6 Songs Without Words Op. 85 no. 1 Songs Without Words Op. 85 no. 2 Songs Without Words Op. 85 no. 3 Songs Without Words Op. 85 no. 4 Songs Without Words Op. 85 no. 5 Songs Without Words Op. 85 no. 6 Vivace in F, Op 72/6 Cappriccio in A minor, op. 33 no. 1 Prlude no 1 Prlude no 7 Vingt regards sur Lenfant Jesus Prelude, op 70/24 Calme du Soir, Op 94/2 Melodie Op.77 No.9 10 Variations on Les Hommes pieusement (Unser dummer Pbel meint) K455 9 Variations on a Menuett by Duport, K573 Adagio in C, K 356 Alla Turca from Sonata K.331 Allegro in G minor, K 312 Andante in Eb, K15mm Andantino in E flat K236 Fantasia in C minor K475 Fantasy in D minor K.397 Gigue in G, K.574 Minuet and Trio K585 Minuet in B flat, K15pp Minuet in D, K 355 Minuetto Rondo in D K 485 Sonata (Fantasia) in C minor, K 475 Sonata C major, K 545 Sonata in A major, K 331 Sonata in A minor, K 310

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

Other Notes & Comments

Very fast arpeggio figurations on LH with a powerful melody in chords on the RH. Good preparation for Chopin Op. 10 no. 12 (Revolutionary), which it reminds one of.

La columbe from 8 Preludes Plainte calme from 8 Preludes You cannot get much more complex (or modern) than this.

From 'The London Notebook' arguably the darkest and moodiest of all Mozarts compositions.

From Divertimento II

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Composer Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mozart Mussorgsky Oesten

Composition Sonata in Bb major, K 281 Sonata in Bb major, K 333 Sonata in Bb major, K 570 Sonata in C major, K 279 Sonata in C major, K 309 Sonata in C major, K 330 Sonata in C major, K 545 Sonata in C minor, K 457 Sonata in D major, K 284 Sonata in D major, K 311 Sonata in D major, K 576 Sonata in Eb major, K 282 Sonata in F major, K 280 Sonata in F major, K 332 Sonata in F major, K 533/K 494 Sonata in F, K Anh 135 Sonata in G major, K 283 Variations on Ah vous dirai je maman Allegretto Allegro in B flat, K3 Menuett in F, K2 Menuetto I, from Sonata in C, K6 Gopak Mayflowers op. 61

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

Other Notes & Comments

Variations 2, 4, 6 and 12 are excellent for the LH. from 'The London Sketchbook', KV 15pp

Chords

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U Oswald

Berceuse Op. 14 no. 1

25 easy pieces very romantic, most less than a page long. I like no. 10 Spanish dance, melody on the RH, LH rhythmic repeated chords. As you know beginners have difficulty with chords, so this is a good one. Although Brazilian by birth, Oswald spent most of his life in Europe, so his music is completely European, with much French influence. All of his work is highly poetic and romantic. Although Brazilian by birth, Oswald spent most of his life in Europe, so his music is completely European, with much French influence. All of his work is highly poetic and romantic. Although Brazilian by birth, Oswald spent most of his life in Europe, so his music is completely European, with much French influence. All of his work is highly poetic and romantic. Although Brazilian by birth, Oswald spent most of his life in Europe, so his music is completely European, with much French influence. All of his work is highly poetic and romantic. from the Short-tempered clavier. A hilarious fugue with chopsticks on the RH and very fast scales over two octaves on the LH. An excellent encore. no 6 from 'Villageois' no 2 from Les Soires de Nazelles

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U Oswald

Feuilles d'Album Op. 20

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U Oswald

Il neige

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U Oswald

Several of the Nocturnes (op. 6)

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4 P. D. Q. Bach 6 7 8 8 6 7 8 7 8 U 7 8 Paderewsky Poulenc Poulenc Poulenc Poulenc Poulenc Poulenc Poulenc Poulenc Preisner Prokofiev Prokofiev

Prelude and fugue no. 1 in C Minuet op. 14 no. 1 Coda Improvisation no 13 in A minor Le coeur sur la main Mouvements Perpetuels no 1 Novelette in C major, no 1 Presto Staccato Toccata in C Ten easy pieces for piano 10 Pieces Op. 12 No. 02 10 Pieces Op. 12 No. 06

No.2 from 'Villageoises' from Trois Pices they are not that easy but not that difficult either. Poetic and romantic. No. 2 Gavotte requires a large hand span. No. 6 Legende Slow, lyrical piece, slightly reminiscent of Scriabin

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Grade Composer 8 Prokofiev

Composition 10 Pieces Op. 12 No. 07

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

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10 Pieces Op. 12 No. 10 Atrappe qui peut, Op 65/9 from 'Musiques d'Enfants' Cortge de Sauterelles, Op 65/7 Gavotta, Op 32/3 Grandmother Tales Op. 31 No. 1 Grandmother Tales Op. 31 No. 2 Grandmother Tales Op. 31 No. 3 Grandmother Tales Op. 31 No. 4 Music for Children Op. 65 No. 02 Music for Children Op. 65 No. 03 Music for Children Op. 65 No. 04 Music for Children Op. 65 No. 06 Music for Children Op. 65 No. 09 Music for Children Op. 65 No. 12 Prelude in C, Op 12/7 Vision Fugitive in B Flat minor, Op.22 No.10 Visions Fugitives Op. 22 No. 01 Visions Fugitives Op. 22 No. 09 Visions Fugitives Op. 22 No. 11 Visions Fugitives Op. 22 No. 17 Visions Fugitives Op. 22 No. 18 Air, Z641 Hornpipe in B flat Hornpipe in E minor Minuet Minuet in G Moffat Two Bourres Rigadoon in D minor Z D227 Two Bourres (pub. Augener) Air in D minor, Z T676 Riggadoon Elegie in Ebm , Op. 03 No. 01 Mlodie in E, Op 3/3 Prelude in F, Op 32/7 Prelude in G# minor, Op 32/12 Prelude in G, Op 32/5 Romance Minuet in C Fugue Menuet Menuet sur le nom d'Haydn Prelude Sonatine in F# minor Valse Noble et Sentimental No. 03 Valse Noble et Sentimental No. 05

Other Notes & Comments No. 7 Prelude My favourite. A beautiful, magical piece with a fast broken chord accompaniment creating a mist of sound around the right hand melody. Very impressive (watch out for the glissandi!). This piece was originally written for harp. No. 10 Scherzo A wonderful show-off piece (probably too difficult, but what the heck, I love it!) full of tension and nervous energy jumping all over the keyboard.

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Moderato Lots of crossing hands. Main difficulty is pedal use. Andantino Andante Assai Sostenuto the most difficult of the lot. The melody is in the left hand while the right hand plays a repeated (but complex) dotted rhythm pattern. Promenade Joyful and bouncy Historiette Tarantella Fast and rhythmical with a melodic middle section. Sounds much more difficult than it actually is. Waltz - A nice little waltz with unexpected turns of the harmony. Wonderfully tonal and yet very modern. Playing tag a fast moto perpetuo requiring good finger agility. The moon strolls in the Meadows This is my top favourite A beautiful, melodic piece of great delicacy with the melody played alternatively in the right and left hand.

Lentamente - Slow and melancholic Allegretto tranquilo this is my favourite of the set Con vivacita Poetico Con una dolze lentezza

(2nd mvt) from Le Tombeau de Couperin from Le Tombeau de Couperin

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Grade Composer 7 Respighi 6 5 6 6 Satie Scarlatti Scarlatti Scarlatti

Composition Notturno Gymnopedies Capriccio in G, Kp 63 Pastorale, Kp 446, L 433 Sonata K 001

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

Other Notes & Comments Wonderful, lyrical piece, much closer to Griegs Notturno in form and feeling than to Chopins or Fields.

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8 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 003 Sonata K 008 Sonata K 013 Sonata K 014 Sonata K 020

(D minor - Allegro) This is actually a two voice invention. Fast and delicate with lots of thirds and scale runs on the right hand, but no difficulty at all in the left hand. Difficult to play at full speed but easy if played slowly (and still effective) Recorded by Ivo Pogorelich for DG. (2:30). (A minor - Presto) Electrical piece with ultra fast scale rushes. Looks easy on the page, but wait until you try to play it up to tempo (G minor Allegro) In spite of the tempo indication this is a slow, lyrical sonata. Melancholic and intense. (G major Presto) Fast and brilliant with a catchy, rhythmical theme on repeated notes. One of my favourites. (G major Presto) Looking for fast (very fast) scale runs interspersed with a beautiful staccato melody? Look no further than this sparkling gigue. (E major Presto) Virtuosistic sonata that is the sort of expected Scarlatti: guitar imitation, Spanish rhythms, fast scales in thirds, repeated notes and lots of ornaments. Great show off piece. If you want to develop a certain kind of technique, burn the Czerny and play this sonata instead. (A major - Allegro) Virtuoso piece alternating relatively calm sections with dazzling scale runs. (F# minor Allegro) A not too fast, beautiful two voice invention that moves in a relentless way with one of the most beautiful motifs of all sonatas. Crossing hands. Broken chords figuration in both hands. Harmonically adventurous and mood setting. A masterpiece. (B minor Allegro) This is my all time favourite Scarlatti sonata. A masterpiece. Surprisingly romantic, could very well have been composed by someone like Schubert. Very untypical Scarlatti. Achingly beautiful melody. Arpeggio figurations and lots of crossing hands. (G minor - Moderato) A beautiful and complex fugue. (D minor Aria) Lyrical sonata much easier than it sounds. Slow and melancholic. Although just one page long it requires some musical maturity to be truly effective. This is an ideal piece to open a recital, since it is slow and introspective it will calm you down. This is a real gem. Only 24 bars long, technically unchallenging (grade 3), and yet one of the most beautiful sonatas. Slow paced and exuding tranquillity, this reflective piece is the best of the four. A slow thoughtful piece, only 28 bars long (A major Allegro) Fast and furious, full of nervous energy. Excellent for waking up the audience! Figurations are shared equally by both hands. Excellent Czerny replacement and superior warm up piece. Equally effective at a slower tempo. A nice minuet only a page long (24 bars) amongst the easiest of Scarlatti pieces (G minor Allegrissimo) Ferocious and virtuosistic sonata. (E major Presto) This one of my favourite fast sonatas. As the Cheyene Indians found of saying it makes my heart soar like a hawk. One of the most catchy motifs amongst all sonatas it makes one wish to dance and jump for joy. This is amazing music. (D minor Andante moderato) Wonderful sonata, lyrical and devotional, uplifting and tranquil. Written (mostly) in 3-voice counterpoint. Another masterpiece. (A minor Allegro) After a typical plaintive start in A minor, it suddenly displays a most romantic theme. Very unusual sonata. The main difficulty is to be found in the several bars where the hands cross. There are some thirds and sixths but they are easily negotiable. (G major Allegro) Also known as Capriccio, this is celebratory, joyful and uplifting music that is much easier to play than it sounds. An all time favourite. Wide skips, echo effects, but fits the hand surprisingly well. (D minor Allegro) A determined and energetic gavotte, one of Scarlattis most played and well known pieces.

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8 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti

Sonata K 024

Sonata K 025 738 8 Scarlatti Sonata K 027 Sonata K 030 Sonata K 032

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8 Scarlatti 3 Scarlatti

Interpretation/Expression

175 197

4 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti

Sonata K 034 Sonata K 039

176 752 194

3 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 8 Scarlatti

Sonata K 040 Sonata K 043 Sonata K 046

739 189

7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti Sonata K 052 Sonata K 054

727

5 Scarlatti

Sonata K 063

753

6 Scarlatti

Sonata k 064

OrSor 728 190

Grade Composer 5 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti

Composition Sonata K 067 Sonata K 069

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

178 769 740 754

5 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 8 Scarlatti

Sonata K 070 Sonata K 077

Sonata K 087 Sonata K 096

729 770 771 772 730

7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 098 Sonata K 099 Sonata K 109 Sonata K 112 Sonata K 119

Other Notes & Comments (F# minor Allegro) Toccatta like, this is a fast, dazzling sonata ideal for an encore. One of my favourites. (F minor) My favourite amongst the slow, lyrical sonatas, this is a hauntingly beautiful piece with a complex polyphonic texture difficult to read but easy to play. Spend sometime analysing its structure before tackilng it at the piano. A masterpiece. (Bb major - Allegro ) A two voice invention (with a third voice intruding on the last two bars of the first part), this is excellent for finger and hand independence. (D minor Moderato e cantabile minuet) Painfully nostalgic and evocative lyrical sonata followed by a lively minuet. A masterpiece. (B minor - Andante ) Intensely lyrical work of great musical depth. Couterpoint in three and four parts. Said to be Horowitz favourite Scarlatti sonata. (D major Allegro) Another typical Scarlatti sonata (similar to the overplayed K 380). Richly textured. It has everything in it: Horn calls, fast repeated notes, trills, suspensions, cross relations, parallel fifths, big leaps, scale runs and guitar imitations. (E minor Alegrissimo) Wonderful study in rhythm with unexpected developments, suspensions and syncopations. (C minor - ) A beautiful , tranquil and lyrical sonata that grows in emotional intensity as it develops. (A minor Adagio) Beautiful lyrical writing in three and four part couterpoint. Excellent as a study in voicing. Recital material for the intermediate player. (Bb major - Allegro) A beautiful, lyrical sonata. Crossing hands. (D major Allegro) Another sonata ideally suited to replace some of the common technical studies. Fast repeated notes, broken chords, arpeggios, leaps, crossing hands, scale runs. This unusual, percussive watch out for the castanet sounds! - sonata has a very catchy, dancing motif. One of my favourites. (D minor Allegro) A fast sonata full of nervous energy, this is the cross hand piece to end all cross hand pieces! Leaping bass figures, double notes in both hands. Unusual and difficult. (Eb major Allegro) Joyful and uplifting. (G major Allegro) Tired of practising arpeggios? Try this sonata instead. A breezy arpeggio study with very fast triplet semiquavers. Uplifting and extroverted. Go and jump on a lake, Hanon!. (G major Vivo) This non-stop sonata will not allow you to catch your breath! Great fun to play and an excellent virtuosistic piece to end a recital on a high note. If you are looking for a Czerny alternative look no further: it is a study for the left hand plus repeated notes, broken thirds, sixths and octaves. Also good practice for quick adjustments. (C major Cantabile )A slow (well, sort of) A lyrical sonata with beautiful lush harmonies, haunting dissonances and arpeggios that are suddenly interrupted by a heart wrenching delicate melody based on repeated notes. One of my all time favourites. (E major Allegro) Dazzling finger work alternating with slow episodes in 4-voice counterpoint. Catchy and uplifiting. (D minor Allegro) A masterpiece. A fast toccata with lots of repeated notes over long stretches. Broken chords and skips. Virtuosic with dissonant guitar strumming in the left hand and lots of cross hands. Excellent as a study replacement. (G major Allegretto) 3/8 A nice little menuet full of humour and light. Although it sounds dazzling and virtuosic it is much easier than it sounds. Main difficulty are the fast alternating hands. (E minor Lento) A beautiful lyrical and reflective sonata. (E major - Andante) After a slow, lyrical beginning all hell breaks loose, and a fast, dazzling sonata ensues with occasional returns to the slow theme.

755 731 756

8 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti

Sonata K 120 Sonata K 123 Sonata K 124

732

6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 125

191

6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 132

733 185

7 Scarlatti 8 Scarlatti

Sonata K 135 Sonata K 141

179

6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 146

773 757

6 Scarlatti 8 Scarlatti

Sonata K 147 Sonata K 162

OrSor 758

Grade Composer 5 Scarlatti

Composition Sonata K 175

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

Other Notes & Comments (A minor Allegro) A vigorous impulsive sonata with most of the finger work on the right hand. The left hand (which demands a hand span covering at least an octave) plays sonorous chords and tone clusters with up to ten notes! imitating the strumming of a guitar. This Sonata was composed in 1752. Here Scarlatti succeeds in making conventional harmonies with slight changes sound quite extraordinary for the period. The Sonata has real Spanish character with vitality and bravura. Musically, the guitar-like sounds of the left hand chords are particularly fascinating. (E flat major - Allegretto) A beautiful, lyrical sonata not too slow. (B minor - Andante) Sonata in a lyric, cantabile style, moderately flowing. Expansive, sonorous qualities. (E minor Allegro) A masterpiece. Dramatic and powerful, this 2 voice invention (with a third voice intruding on 4 bars near the start of the second part) is still effective at a slower tempo. One of my favourites. K201 is also excellent to replace technical exercises dealing with arpeggions and thirds (E minor 3/8) Beautiful sonata with most of the figurations on one hand at a time. An insistent and catchy motif keeps bringing the sonata together. Unusual syncopations. Requires a sizeable hand span and accurate skips in some of the figurations. (A major Andante e cantabile) Lyrical sonata, with a hauntingly beautiful melody and compelling harmonic progressions. Tranquil and luminous, this is a masterpiece. (A major Allegro) Uplifiting sonata, not too fast. (D minor - Andante ) Another of my favourites amongst the lyrical sonatas. A slow, full-of-longing melody increases gradually in intensity up to an unusual harmonic climax. Great to play and to listen to. (E major Andante) Sudden shifts of key abound in this sonata. (F minor - Allegro ) An excellent dance piece full of Spanish rhythms. (C# minor Allegro) Beautiful lyrical sonata (slightly reminiscent of K 69) with a weaving three voice counterpoint. Enharmonic modulations and movement into remote keys. A masterpiece. (G major Andante) A two and three voice invention. Lyrical and tranquil. Slightly reminiscent of K 208. (F# major Andante) An unusual key that suggests that Scarlatti was familiar with equal temperament tuning. A lyrical and calm sonata. (Amajor - Allegro ) A delicate, joyful sonata with a Mozartian flavour. (A major Allegro) Dazzling and fast, this baroque prelude style sonata has most of its impressive finger work in the right hand. Excellent for finger control and co-ordination, it is actually much easier than it sounds. Great fun to play. (G minor Presto a fugato) Wonderful sonata with scales (some chromatic) alternating hands over the whole extent of the keyboard. (E major Allegro) This beautiful two-voice invention is excellent for finger and hand co-ordination and independence. A most beautiful melody on the second part. (F minor - ) Another sonata full of brilliance, with fast scales and compelling harmonic progressions. (E minor Andante) One of my favourites slow sonatas. Harmonically advanced and elaborate at seven pages is one of the longest sonatas - this is a masterful sonata with a superb central melody. Reflective and spiritual. (A major) Beautiful lyrical sonata and technically undemanding. (A major Allegro) Based on a Spanish Buleria (a kind of Tarantella). Technically undemanding. (C major Allegro). This is joyful music that makes you want to skip and jump and dance! This is the kind of music that makes you smile for hours after listening to it. This cures depression, serious! Great for your trills and glissando-like scales.

774 741 180

6 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 193 Sonata K 197 Sonata K 198

196 742

7 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti

Sonata K 201

Arpeggios Thirds

181 775 192

5 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti

Sonata K 203 Sonata K 208 Sonata K 209 Sonata K 213

776 182 743

7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 215 Sonata K 239

777 778 779 734

7 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti

Sonata K 247 Sonata K 259 Sonata K 318 Sonata K 322 Sonata K 342

759 780 735 193

5 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti

Sonata K 373 Sonata K 381 Sonata K 386 Sonata K 402

744 736 760

4 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 404 Sonata K 405 Sonata K 406

OrSor 761 781

Grade Composer 6 Scarlatti 8 Scarlatti

Composition Sonata K 421 Sonata K 426

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

195

8 Scarlatti

Sonata K 427

Other Notes & Comments (C major Allegro) One of my favourites, this is a brilliant and dazzling sonata with plenty of repeated notes. It is said to represent children running through the streets of Madrid. (G minor Andante) Another beautiful lyrical sonata, deeply reflective and tranquil, and not at all melancholic. Rich textures and highly musical. Very good as a study in long phrases. Sudden dramatic silences. (G major Prestissimo) Wonderfully exhilarating sonata, both to play and to listen to. The tempo direction (as fast as possible) gives you an idea of what to expect. A really electric and uplifting work requiring pianism of the utmost degree. Has a recurring motif that is incredibly joyful and catchy. My favourite fast sonata. (But only if you play it at top speed. It is still effective at lower speeds). (A major - Allegro) Lyrical and gently lilting sonata. Counterpoint in three and four parts. A delightful baroque prelude style piece with a fast right hand in arpeggio triplet figurations while the left hand provides a melody in minims and crochets. Although this should be played fast, it is still effective if use a slower tempo. Just 16 bars. (D major - Allegro ) One of my all time favourites, After a rhythmic introduction characteristic of Spanish dances, a most gentle and evocative melody develops. Repeated notes. (F major - Pastorale: Allegrissimo) In spite of the tempo direction this is a relatively slow sonata, lyrical and reflexive. (G major Andante spirituoso) After a calm opening and nice little folk-like tune this sonata goes onto a breathless sequence of scurrying scales and broken chords over the entire length of the keyboard on both hands. Unexpected changes. Good Czerny replacement and warm-up piece. (C major Allegro) A beautiful sonata full of guitar sounds and Spanish nostalgia. A fast introduction is followed by a most evocative second part. (F minor Andante moderato) - A masterpiece. Beautiful, slow lyrical sonata. As it is often the case with the lyrical sonatas, this one elicits tranquillity and peacefulness rather than melancholy and grief. Excellent for developing rhythm awareness of triplets versus quavers. It also has 3 against 2. (G major Allegretto) Starts with determined, percussive chords, which are followed by a fast figuration of great delicacy equally shared between the hands. Good Czerny replacement and warm up. Fast and dazzling this sonata exudes confidence. (D major Andante cantabile) Beautiful lyrical sonata (and one of the longest). Uses the whole keyboard. (F minor Andante e cantabile) Introspective, delicate and lyrical this could be an ideal choice for opening a recital. And if you need a study in phrasing and legato this sonata is for you! (C major Allegro) A percussive sonata, full of zest and unresolved dissonances that make it sound brittle and sharp. Difficult octave leaps on the left hand. (D major Allegro) Rhythmical percussive beginning followed by a romantic arpeggiated section (not unlike a Schubert impromptu) with a most pleasing melody. A masterpiece. (C major Allegro) Inventive sonata with many original musical ideas. Starts lively in 3/8 and modulates to G minor to end the first half in G major. On the second part changes meter to 2/4 and returns to 3/8 at the end. Dotted figuration, including dotted rests. (D major Allegro) A masterpiece. This is a 2 voice invention with the figurations equally distributed between the hands. Urgent and dramatic it will still be effective at a slower tempo. Technical problems are minimal. (C major Pastorale: Moderato Molto allegro Presto) One of the few sonatas written in different movements (tempos). Shepherd pipes and bagpipes drones are imitated. The final movement (presto) is exhilarating and virtuosic. This Pastorale was composed in 1756 during Scarlatti's late period. It recalls the piping of the shepherds who came down into Rome from the surrounding hills at Christmas time. They begin in a moderate tempo, the drone of their bagpipes is heard in a quicker section, and finally they celebrate in a joyful Presto.

782 177

6 Scarlatti 3 Scarlatti

Sonata K 429 Sonata K 431

745 784 762

7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti Sonata K 443 Sonata K 446 Sonata K 454

746 186

5 Scarlatti 8 Scarlatti Sonata K 461 Sonata K 466

763

6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 470

747 183

8 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti Sonata K 478 Sonata K 481

764 783 765

7 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti 6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 487 Sonata K 491 Sonata K 502

184

6 Scarlatti

Sonata K 511

766

8 Scarlatti

Sonata K 513

OrSor 187

Grade Composer 8 Scarlatti

Composition Sonata K 517

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

748 785 786

5 Scarlatti 7 Scarlatti 5 Scarlatti Sonata K 544 Sonata K 546 Sonata K 547

879 646 1157 1158 1024 1242 1330 1331 920 1159 1245 1249 1023 1243 1247 1246 1332 1333 1248 1244 1329 1160 1100 1105 1027 1334 662 251

1 Scarlatti U Schoenberg 6 6 4 7 8 8 2 6 7 7 4 7 7 7 8 8 7 7 8 6 5 5 4 8 U 4 Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schubert Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann

Minuetto in C Six Little Piano Pieces, Op. 19 Adagio in G, D178 Andante in C, D29 Ecossaise in Bm Fnf Klavierstcke, No. 3 Impromptu, Op. posth. 142 No. 02, D935 Impromptu in Cm, Op 90 No. 01, D899/1 Lndler in Eb, D679/2 Menuett in A, D334 Moment Musical in Ab, Op 94 No. 06 Moment Musical in C#m, Op.94 No.4, D780/4 Scherzo in Bb, D 593/1 Scherzo in Db, D593/2 Sonata in Ab, D.557 Sonata in Am, D.845 Sonata in B, Op 147, D 575 Sonata in Db, D 567 Sonata in Eb, Op.122, D.568 Sonata in E, D 459 Piano Pieces, D946: No 1 in Ebm (Untitled piece) Op 68/30 A Strange Story Abendlied, Op 118, no 2/3 About Strange Lands and People Abschied Album Blatter Op. 124 Album for the young op. 68

Other Notes & Comments (D minor Prestissimo 2/2) Another fast and furious sonata that can easily replace any technical study. With a typical baroque figuration shared by both hands, this one is ideal for scales, broken chords and close position passage work, and excellent for finger independence and dexterity. Intense, urgent and relentless. (Bb major Cantabile) A beautiful aria, this lyrical sonata is a real gem. With occasional 4-voice couterpoint it has dignified, overlapping phrases. (G minor) Written in 2 and 3 parts, this is another lyrical, melancholic sonata with a beautiful, flowing melody. Recorded by Benjamin Frith for Naxos. (G major Allegro) Lively and imposing sonata with a beautiful recurring motif. Two voice invention (with an occasional third voice) equally shared between hands. Effective at a slower tempo. Great warm up. From Sonata in C minor, K73 L217 Completely atonal music, and yet highly atmospheric and impressionistic, nos. 2, 3 and 6 are more reflective.

1st mvt, Allegro moderato 3rd mvt 1st mvt, Allegro ma non troppo

3rd mvt

no 9 from Waldscenen, Op 82 (I particularly like nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 16, 17) There are over 40 exceptional pieces in this set, but only the first ten or so are really for beginners. The cycle is a totally shattering profile of spiritual development, beginning with the innocently nave and childish nos. 1 5, where no shadows are yet to be found. With no. 6 comes the first small cloud (The poor orphan)[] with nos 12 and 13 the cycle leaves behind [] the childs world. [] in the second section, the tone changes, with a contrast between the friendly A major of nos. 20, 22, 24, and 28 and the intervening pieces like the sad no. 19, the magnificently inspired nos. 21 and 26 the sinister no. 23 the excited no. 25. [] [the last] ten numbers are wonderful examples of the uniquely introverted worlds of late Schumann." Beautiful haunting melody with 16th note acompanying figure split between the hands, somewhat like some of Mendelsohnn's SWWs. (I particularly like nos. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10) No. 9 - After a chordal introduction, the second part has a mist of sound created by a fast chromatic figuration on the LH

498 661 1253

6 Schumann U Schumann 7 Schumann

Arabesque Op. 18 Bunte Blatter Op. 99 Canon, from Sonata, Op 118 No. 02

OrSor 1161 1252 1254 923 1162 1163 1335 1101 1256 1102 1104 1255 1026 1103 1251 1106 1257 1025 921 1164 922 970 1336 1166 1258 880 1259 1165 1337 719 721 722 724 723 716 718 717 720 1260 1338 1029 1167 1107 1339 1340 1341 626 627 628 629

Grade 6 7 7 2 6 6 8 5 7 5 5 7 4 5 7 5 7 4 2 6 2 3 8 6 7 1 7 6 8 6 7 7 8 7 5 6 6 7 7 8 4 6 5 8 8 8 U

Composer Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Scriabin Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich

Composition Catch Me if You Can, Kinderscenen, Op 15 No. 03 Charming Landscape, Op 82 No. 05 Davidsbundlertnz, Op 6, no 2 Doll's Cradle Song, Op 68/?? Dreaming Einsame Blumen (Lonely Flowers), from Waldscenen, Op 82 Eintritt Glckes genug, Op 15 No. 05 Impromptu, Op 124 No. 01 Kind im Einschlummern, from 'Kinderscenen', Op 15 Lento, from 'Album for the Young' Op 68/?? Novelette in B minor, Op 99 No. 09 Reaper's Song, Op 68 No. 18 Reiterstck, from 'Album for the Young' Op 68 No. 23 Romance in F#, Op 28 No. 02 Slumber Song, Op 124 No. 16 Sonata in D, Op.118 No.2 Sonata in G, Op 118 No. 01 Stckchen, Op 68 No. 05 The Entreating Child, Kinderscenen, Op 15 No. 04 The Poor Orphan, Op 68 No.06 The Wild Horseman, (Wilder Reiter), Op 68 No.08 Vogel als Prophet Waltz, Op 124 No. 15 Albumbltter III, Op 99 No. 06 Melody, Op 68 No. 01 Novelette in D, Op 21 No. 04 The Wayside Inn, Waldscenen, Op 82 No. 06 Nocturne in F# minor, Op 5 No. 01 Prelude Op. 02 no. 02 Prelude Op. 11 no. 04 Prelude Op. 11 no. 05 Prelude Op. 11 no. 08 Prelude Op. 11 no. 09 Prelude Op. 11 no. 15 Prelude Op. 11 no. 22 Prelude Op. 16 no. 03 Prelude Op. 27 no. 02 Study in C# minor, Op 2 No. 01 3 Fantastic Dances, Op 5: nos 2 and 3 Clockwork Doll Dance, no 7 from Dances of the Dolls Gavotte No 2 from 'Dance of the Dolls' Prelude and Fugue in B, Op. 87 No. 11 Prelude and Fugue in E, Op. 87 No. 09 Prelude and Fugue in F minor, Op. 87 No. 18 Prelude Op. 34 No. 03 Prelude Op. 34 No. 05 Prelude Op. 34 No. 06 Prelude Op. 34 No. 09

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

Other Notes & Comments

no 1 from Waldscenen, Op 82

2nd mvt, Canon Allegro, 2nd mvt

no 7 from Waldscenen, Op 82

U Shostakovich U Shostakovich U Shostakovich

24 Preludes and Fugues, Op 87 vol 2 Beautiful lyrical writing, in an impressionist style. Starts like nocturne, and near the end has a noisy passage. Allegro vivace. Very fast, reminds me of a Czerny exercise for the right hand (maybe Shostakovitch was making a parody here, similar to Debussys Dr. Gradus) Very funny polka style with all you could expect from modern music: dissonances, big jumps, sudden changes of key, bitonality, wrong-note writing. A fast tarantella-like piece.

OrSor 630 631

Grade Composer U Shostakovich U Shostakovich

Composition Prelude Op. 34 No. 10 Prelude Op. 34 No. 12

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

Other Notes & Comments Another beautiful lyrical piece with a nice melody and not so dissonant as the others. Allegro non troppo - If no. 5 was Czerny for the right hand, this is for the left hand. The right hand crosses over frequently. Not as dissonant as the others. Fast LH figurations (not dissimilar to Czerny) in a moto perpetuo setting. Modern harmonies and wrong note writing. Arguably the best of the set, very lugubrious, making full use of the pianos orchestral sounds. Actually I read somewhere that Stokowski made an orchestral version of this prelude (I havent heard it though). A very nice waltz, with the typical waltz accompaniment first on the right hand, then on the left. Very jolly. Another humorous piece, march-like, with lots of wrong-note writing. A lyrical slow piece. Another lyrical piece vaguely reminiscent of Mendelssohns Venetian Boat Songs. Nice end piece, gavotte style, quite funny.

632

U Shostakovich

Prelude Op. 34 No. 14

633 634 635 1261 636 1262 637 1108 1264 1109 1168 1263 1342 924 656 655 482

U Shostakovich U U 7 U 7 U 5 7 5 6 7 8 Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Shostakovich Sibelius Smetana Smetana Smetana Smetana Soler

Prelude Op. 34 No. 15 Prelude Op. 34 No. 16 Prelude Op. 34 No. 17 Prelude Op. 34 No. 18 Prelude Op. 34 No. 19 Prelude Op. 34 No. 21 Prelude Op. 34 No. 24 The Harpist, Op 34 No. 08 Idyll, Op. 4 No. 2 Pisen Op. 2 No. 2 Souvenir (Vzpominka), Op. 4 No. 03 Souvenir de Bohme, Op 13 No. 01 Sonata in D minor, R25 Les Cinq Doights Metopes Op. 24 Preludes Op. 1 Album for the Young Op. 39

If you like Scarlatti you will like Soler. A disciple of Scarlatti, Soler composed 300 sonatas similar in style. If you are after virtuoso, complex music, look no further. Romantic and impressionistic at the same time. three very difficult tone poems. If you are after virtuoso, complex music, look no further. Romantic and impressionistic at the same time. Some highly lyric, some dramatic. Not all pieces are for beginners. The easier are no. 1 Morning prayer a four voice chorale, no.7 The sick doll which is very easy, but the melody is on the second beat of the bar, so it requires attention to voicing, no. 8 The dolls burial very slow and heavy; no. 21 Daydream, very good to learn how to do offbeat chord accompaniment and no. 24 In Church, again a 4/5 voice chorale, but easier because of repeated chords. Excellent to learn syncopated pedaling. From 'Album for the Young' From 'Album for the Young' From 'Album for the Young'

2 Stravinsky 9 Szimanowski 9 Szimanowski 2 Tchaikovsky

1169 1170 1111 1110 1030 1266 1265 971 925 1267 973 972 926 497 1031 974 1171 881 883 882

6 6 5 5 4 7 7 3 2 7 3 3 2 8 4 3 6 1 1 1

Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky

Avril: Perce-neige, Op. 37a No. 04 Baba-Yaga, Op. 39 No. 20 Chanson Triste, Op. 40 No. 02 Chant de l'Alouette, Op. 39 No. 22 Daydream, Op. 39 No. 21 Humoresque June (Barcarolle), Op 37a No. 06 March of the Wooden Soldiers, Op 39 No. 05 Mazurka, Op. 39 No. 10 Nocturne Old French Song Polka, Op 39 No 14 Sweet Dreams The Seasons Op. 37 The Toy Soldiers' March The Witch Valse in A flat Italian Song, Op 39 No. 15 Russian Song The Doll's Funeral

From 'Album for the Young' From 'Album for the Young' From 'Album for the Young' From 'Album for the Young'

From 'Album for the Young' From 'Album for the Young' From 'Album for the Young'

OrSor 1172 648 647 976 1113 1112 1032 1268 1114 1173 975 927 1033 1174 884 885 1343 1269 230 1175

Grade Composer 6 Tcherepnin U Tcherepnin U 3 5 5 4 7 5 6 3 2 4 6 1 1 8 7 6 6 Tcherepnin Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Telemann Villa-Lobos Villa-Lobos Villa-Lobos Webern

Composition Bagatelle in G flat, Op. 5 No. 06 Bagatelles, Op. 5 Expressions, Op. 81 Allegro in E minor Fantaisie No 06 in B flat, 2nd Dozen, TWV 33:18 Fantaisie No 10 in A minor, 1st Dozen, TWV 33:10 Fantaisie No 12 in B flat Fantasia in G minor Fantasia No 06 in C minor Fantasia No 09 in A, 1st Dozen, TWV 33:9 Fantasia No 09 in E minor Fantasia No 10 in D Partita in G Suite in A Gavotte in C Menuetto in G I Polichinello Mintika from As tres Marias Cirandas No. 4 Kinderstck (Childs Piece)

Main Technical Difficulty or Benefit

Other Notes & Comments No. 6 Very fast, repetitive arpeggio figurations on the LH. Modern yet tonal and with a minimalist idiom. No 4 from 'Fugues legres et petits jeux', TWV 30:25 1st mvt, Tendrement 1st mvt, Allegro 2nd mvt 1st Movt Gratioso 1st mvt, Allegro 2nd Dozen, TWV 33:21, 3rd mvt, Trs vite 3rd Dozen, 2nd mvt, Dolce From 'Der getreu Musikmeister', Aria

(no 7 from A Prle do Bb no 1)

K K001 K002 K003 K004 K005 K006 K007 K008 K009 K010 K011 K012 K013 K014 K015 K016 K017 K018 K019 K020 K021 K022 K023 K024 K025 K026 K027 K028 K029 K030 K031 K032 K033 K034 K035 K036 K037 K038 K039 K040 K041 K042 K043 K044 K045 K046 K047 K048 K049 K050 K051

L L366 L388 L378 L390 L367 L479 L379 L488 L413 L370 L352 L489 L486 L387 L374 L397 L384 L416 L383 L375 L363 L360 L411 L495 L481 L368 L449 L373 L461 L499 L231 L423 L424 LS 7 L386 L245 L406 L478 L391 L357 LS36 L040 L432 L265 L025 L046 L157 L301 L144 L020

P P 57 P 58 P 59 P 60 P 61 P 62 P 63 P 64 P 65 P 66 P 67 P 68 P 69 P 70 P 71 P 72 P 73 P 74 P 75 P 76 P 77 P 78 P 79 P 80 P 81 P 82 P 83 P 84 P 85 P 86 P 19 P 14 P130 P 15 P 20 P 91 P 2 P 97 P 53 P119 P037 P120 P133 P116 P230 P179 P115 P 87 P178 P440 P151

KEY Dm G Major Am Gm Dm F Major Am Gm Dm Dm Cm Gm G Major G Major Em Bb Major F Major Dm F Major E Major D Major Cm D Major A Major F#m A Major Bm E Major D Major Gm Gm Dm D Major Dm Gm Am Cm F Major A Major Cm Dm Bb Major Gm F Major D Major E Major Bb Major Cm C Major Fm Eb Major

MOVEMENTS Allegro Presto Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Presto Allegro Allegro Presto Allegro Presto Presto Presto Allegro Presto Presto Presto Allegro Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Presto Allegro Presto Allegro Presto Presto Moderato Allegro Aria Larghetto Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Minuetto Andante moderato Minuetto Allegro assai Allegro Allegro Presto Presto Presto Presto Allegro Allegro

K k441

L LS39

K052 K053 K054 K055 K056 K057 K058 K059 K060 K061 K062 K063 K064 K065 K066 K067 K068 K069 K070 K071 K072 K073 K074 K075 K076 K077 K078 K079 K080 K081 K082 K083 K084 K085 K086 K087 K088 K089 K090 K091 K092 K093 K094 K095 K096 K097 K098 K099 K100 K101 K102 K103

L267 L261 L241 L335 L356 LS38 L158 L071 L013 L136 L045 L084 L058 L195 L496 L032 L114 L382 L050 L081 L401 L217 L094 L053 L185 L168 L075 L080 L271 L030 LS31 L010 L166 L403 L033 L036 L211 L106 L176 L362 L336 L358 L465 L325 L317 L355 L494 L089 L233

P 41 P161 P147 P117 P 50 P108 P 39 P 22 P 29 P 16 P 49 P 32 P 33 P142 P134 P125 P 7 P 42 P 21 P 17 P 1 P 80 P 35 P 23 P 23 P 10 P 26 P204 P028 P 13 P 25 P 31 P 45 P 24 P122 P 43 P 8 P 12 P 9 P 11 P 44 P 38 P027 P210 P005 P219 P135 P232 P156 P 88 P233

Dm D Major D Major D Major D Major Bb Major D Major D Major D Major D Major A Major G Major Dm A Major Bb Major F#m Eb Major Fm Bb Major G Major C Major Cm A Major G Major Gm Dm F Major G Major G Major Em F Major A Major Cm F Major C Major Bm Gm Dm Dm G Major Dm Gm F Major C Major D Major Gm Em Cm C Major A Major Gm G Major

Andante moderato Presto Allegro Allegro Con spirito Allegro Allegro

Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro

Allegro Allegro Allegro - Minuetto - Minuetto Allegro Allegro Presto Moderato e cantabile - Minuet Allegro - Minuet Allegrissimo Minuet Grave - Allegro - Grave - Allegro

Andante moderato Grave - Andante moderato - Allegro - Minuet Allegro - Grave - Allegro Grave - Allegro - - - Allegro Grave - Allegro - Grave - Allegro

Minuet Allegrissimo Allegro Allegrissimo Allegro Allegrissimo Allegro Allegro Allegrissimo

K104 K105 K106 K107 K108 K109 K110 K111 K112 K113 K114 K115 K116 K117 K118 K119 K120 K121 K122 K123 K124 K125 K126 K127 K128 K129 K130 K131 K132 K133 K134 K135 K136 K137 K138 K139 K140 K141 K142 K143 K144 K145 K146 K147 K148 K149 K150 K151 K152 K153 K154 K155

L442 L204 L437 L474 L249 L138 L469 L130 L298 L345 L344 L407 L452 L244 L122 L415 L215 L181 L334 L111 L232 L487 L402 L186 L296 L460 L190 L300 L457 L282 L221 L224 L377 L315 L464 L006 L107 L422

L369 L349 L376 L064 L093 L117 L330 L179 L445 L096 L197

P109 P 90 P197 P 98 P 92 P290 P129 P 99 P 94 P160 P141 P100 P111 P181 P266 P217 P146 P 93 P118 P180 P110 P152 P128 P198 P199 P148 P272 P154 P295 P218 P143 P234 P113 P231 P 95 P126 P127 P271 P240 P267 P316 P105 P106 P 48 P291 P241 P205 P238 P114 P235 P183 P208

G Major G Major F Major F Major Gm Am Am Gm Bb Major A Major A Major Cm Cm C Major D Major D Major Dm Gm D Major Eb Major G Major G Major Cm Ab Major Bbm Cm Ab Major Bbm C Major C Major E Major E Major E Major D Major Dm Cm D Major Dm F#m C Major G Major D Major G Major Em Am Am F Major F Major G Major G Major Bb Major Bb Major

Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Adagio Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Spirito e presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Non presto Allegro Allegrissimo Allegrissimo Allegro Allegro Allegro Vivo Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Cantabile Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Cantabile

Andante Allegro Allegro Andamte allegro Allegro Vivo Allegro Allegro

K156 K157 K158 K159 K160 K161 K162 K163 K164 K165 K166 K167 K168 K169 K170 K171 K172 K173 K174 K175 K176 K177 K178 K179 K180 K181 K182 K183 K184 K185 K186 K187 K188 K189 K190 K191 K192 K193 K194 K195 K196 K197 K198 K199 K200 K201 K202 K203 K204a K204b K205 K206

L101 L405 L004 L104 L015 L417 L021 L063 L059 L052 L051 L329 L280 L331 L303 L077 LS40 L447 L410 L429 L163 L364 L162 L177 L272 L194 L139 L473 L189 L173 L072 L285 L239 L143 L250 L207 L216 L142 L028 LS18 L038 L147 L022 L253 L054 L129 L498 L380

LS23 L257

P248 P391 P123 P418 P131 P216 P162 P206 P274 P292 P190 P200 P182 P247 P164 P153 P313 P 51 P149 P136 P163 P184 P392 P 89 P192 P253 P207 P150 P102 P121 P 46 P145 P213 P257 P256 P 18 P322 P254 P479 P185 P244 P124 P132 P276 P242 P252 P173 P 96 P170 P255 P171 P307

C Major C Major Cm C Major D Major D Major E Major E Major D Major C Major C Major F Major F Major G Major C Major G Major Bb Major Bm Cm Am Dm D Major D Major Gm G Major A Major A Major Fm Fm F Major F Major Fm Am Bb Major Bb Major Dm Eb Major Eb Major F Major F Major Gm Bm Em C Major C Major G Major Bb Major Em Fm Fm F Major E Major

Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante - Allegro Allegro Andante moderato Andante Allegro ma non molto Allegro Vivo Allegro Andante - Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Cantabile Andante - Allegrissimo Andante Vivo Allegro Allegro Vivo Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Vivo Allegro Andante Allegro Andante moderato Allegro Vivo Allegro Vivo non molto Allegro Allegro-Allegro-Allegrissimo Vivo Andante

K207 K208 K209 K210 K211 K212 K213 K214 K215 K216 K217 K218 K219 K220 K221 K222 K223 K224 K225 K226 K227 K228 K229 K230 K231 K232 K233 K234 K235 K236 K237 K238 K239 K240 K241 K242 K243 K244 K245 K246 K247 K248 K249 K250 K251 K252 K253 K254 K255 K256 K257 K258

L371 L238 L428 L123 L133 L135 L108 L165 L323 L273 L042 L392 L393 L342 L259 L309 L214 L268 L351 L112 L347 L399 L199 L354 L409 L062 L467 L049 L154 L161 L308 L027 L281 LS29 L180 L202 L353 L348 L450 L260 L256 LS35 L039 L174 L305 L159 L320 L219 L439 L228 L169 L178

P140 P315 P209 P293 P277 P155 P288 P430 P281 P320 P287 P237 P278 P309 P215 P236 P188 P225 P202 P101 P 52 P224 P139 P 47 P393 P317 P497 P286 P172 P201 P446 P 55 P 56 P368 P431 P243 P394 P298 P299 P296 P297 P187 P424 P461 P314 P203 P239 P254 P226 P480 P138 P494

E Major A Major A Major G Major A Major A Major Dm D Major E Major E Major Am Am A Major A Major A Major A Major D Major D Major C Major Cm Bm Bb Major Bb Major Cm C Major Em Em Gm G Major D Major D Major Fm Fm G Major G Major C Major C Major B Major B Major C#m C#m Bb Major Bb Major C Major C Major Eb Major Eb Major Cm C Major F Major F Major D Major

Allegro Adagio e cantabile Allegro Andante Andantino Allegro molto Andante Allegro vivo Andante Allegro Andante Vivo Andante Allegro Allegro Vivo Allegro Vivo Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro vivo Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Vivo Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Andante

K259 K260 K261 K262 K263 K264 K265 K266 K267 K268 K269 K270 K271 K272 K273 K274 K275 K276 K277 K278 K279 K280 K281 K282 K283 K284 K285 K286 K287 K288 K289 K290 K291 K292 K293 K294 K295 K296 K297 K298 K299 K300 K301 K302 K303 K304 K305 K306 K307 K308 K309 K310

L103 L124 L148 L446 L321 L466 LS32 L048 L434 L041 L307 L459 L155 L145 L398 L297 L328 LS20 L183 LS15 L468 L237 L056 L484 L318 L090 L091 L394 LS 9 L057 L078 L085 L061 L024 LS44 L067 L270 L198 LS19 LS 6 L210 L092 L493 L007 L009 L088 L322 L016 L115 L359 L454 L248

P469 P304 P300 P301 P283 P308 P168 P251 P363 P369 P432 P481 P447 P518 P174 P491 P430 P433 P275 P434 P306 P395 P289 P166 P482 P169 P321 P410 P310 P311 P249 P396 P282 P223 P157 P470 P211 P305 P448 P194 P268 P312 P361 P279 P212 P492 P397 P456 P449 P318 P333 P284

G Major G Major B Major B Major Em E Major Am Bb Major Bb Major A Major A Major C Major C Major Bb Major Bb Major F Major F Major F Major D Major D Major A Major A Major D Major D Major G Major G Major A Major A Major D Major D Major G Major G Major Em Em Bm Dm Dm F Major F Major D Major D Major A Major A Major Cm Cm G Major G Major Eb Major Eb Major C Major C Major Bb Major

Andante Allegro Allegro Vivo Andante Vivo Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Vivo Allegro Vivo - Moderato Andante Allegro Allegro Cantabile andantino Con velocita Andante Allegro Andante Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Andante Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Cantabile Allegro Andante

K311 K312 K313 K314 K315 K316 K317 K318 K319 K320 K321 K322 K323 K324 K325 K326 K327 K328 K329 K330 K331 K332 K333 K334 K335 K336 K337 K338 K339 K340 K341 K342 K343 K344 K345 K346 K347 K348 K349 K350 K351 K352 K353 K354 K355 K356 K357 K358 K359 K360 K361 K362

L144 L264 L192 L441 L235 L299 L066 L031 L035 L341 L258 L483 L095 L332 L037 L201 L152 LS27 LS 5 L055 L018 L141 L269 L100 LS10 L337 LS26 L087 L251 L105 L140 L191 L291 L295 L306 L060 L126 L127 L170 L230 LS34 LS13 L313 L068 LS22 L443 LS45 L412 L448 L400 L247 L156

P227 P334 P398 P505 P 54 P193 P258 P302 P303 P335 P450 P360 P411 P285 P451 P336 P399 P485 P337 P222 P471 P519 P338 P412 P339 P262 P340 P400 P189 P420 P103 P341 P495 P221 P342 P250 P294 P462 P452 P413 P165 P343 P401 P486 P344 P488 P270 P457 P425 P520 P214 P159

Bb Major D Major D Major G Major Gm F Major F Major F# Major F# Major A Major A Major A Major A Major G Major G Major C Major C Major G Major C Major C Major Bb Major Bb Major D Major Bb Major D Major D Major G Major G Major C Major C Major Am A Major A Major A Major D Major D Major Gm G Major F Major F Major Bb Major D Major D Major F Major F Major C Major C Major D Major D Major Bb Major Bb Major Cm

Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante comodo Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro - Allegrissimo Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Moderato cantabile Prestissimo Allegro Allegro Andante - Allegrissimo Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Con spirito Andante Allegro Allegro Allegrissimo Allegro Allegrissimo Allegro

K363 K364 K365 K366 K367 K368 K369 K370 K371 K372 K373 K374 K375 K376 K377 K378 K379 K380 K381 K382 K383 K384 K385 K386 K387 K388 K389 K390 K391 K392 K393 K394 K395 K396 K397 K398 K399 K400 K401 K402 K403 K404 K405 K406 K407 K408 K409 K410 K411 K412 K413 K414

L160 L436 L480 L119 L172 LS30 L240 L316 L017 L302 L098 L076 L389 L034 L263 L276 L073 L023 L225 LS33 L134 L002 L284 L171 L175 L414 L482 L234 L079 L246 L074 L275 L065 L110 L208 L218 L274 L213 L265 L427 L470 L222 L043 L005 LS 4 L346 L150 LS43 L069 L182 L125 L310

P104 P345 P112 P263 P453 P506 P259 P346 P264 P402 P158 P472 P414 P246 P245 P347 P107 P483 P323 P508 P269 P487 P220 P137 P415 P370 P331 P348 P364 P371 P326 P349 P273 P435 P325 P493 P458 P228 P436 P436 P436 P436 P436 P436 P436 P436 P436 P372 P351 P463 P416 P373

Cm Fm Fm F Major F Major A Major A Major Eb Major Eb Major G Major Gm G Major G Major Bm Bm F Major F Major E Major E Major Am Am C Major C Major Fm Fm D Major D Major G Major G Major Bb Major Bb Major Em E Major Dm D Major C Major C Major D Major D Major Em E Major A Major A Major C Major C Major Bm Bm Bb Major Bb Major G Major G Major D Major

Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Presto e fugato Andante Allegro Allegro Allegrissimo Allegro Andante comodo Allegro Allegro Allegro Cantabile andante Allegro Presto Veloce e fugato Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro

K415 K416 K417 K418 K419 K420 K421 K422 K423 K424 K425 K426 K427 K428 K429 K430 K431 K432 K433 K434 K435 K436 K437 K438 K439 K440 K441 K442 K443 K444 K445 K446 K447 K448 K449 K450 K451 K452 K453 K454 K455 K456 K457 K458 K459 K460 K461 K462 K463 K464 K465 K466

LS11 L149 L462 L026 L279 LS 2 L252 L451 L102 L289 L333 L128 L286 L131 L132 L463 L083 L288 L453 L343 L361 L109 L278 L381 L047 L097 LS39 L319 L418 L420 L385 L433 L294 L485 L444 L338 L243

P175 P454 P40 P510 P524 P352 P459 P511 P455 P374 P426 P128 P286 P131 P132 P463 P365 P288 P453 P498 P466 P404 P499 P467 P473 P328 P375 P229 P376 P441 P468 P177 P191 P261 P405 P422 P366 P280 P423 P354 P377 P442 P260 P167 P378 P324 P474 P512 P460 P406 P501

L184 L209 L491 L292 L212 LS14 L324 L008 L438 L471 L151 L242 L118

D Major D Major Dm F Major F Major C Major C Major C Major C Major G Major G Major Gm G Major A Major A Major D Major G Major G Major G Major Dm D Major D Major F Major F Major Bb Major Bb Major Bb Major Bb Major D Major Dm F Major F Major F#m F#m G Major Gm Am A Major A Major G Major G Major A Major A Major D Major Dm C Major C Major Fm Fm C Major C Major Fm

Allegro Presto Allegro moderato Allegro Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Presto Allegro Allegro molto Andante Presto quanto sia possible Allegro Allegro Non presto Allegro Allegro Vivo Andante Allegro Allegro Andante comodo Allegro Moderato Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegrissimo Allegro o presto Allegrissimo Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegrissimo Allegro Andante Allegro Andante Andante spirituoso Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Molto allegro Allegro Allegro Andante

K467 K468 K469 K470 K471 K472 K473 K474 K475 K476 K477 K478 K479 K480 K481 K482 K483 K484 K485 K486 K487 K488 K489 K490 K491 K492 K493 K494 K495 K496 K497 K498 K499 K500 K501 K502 K503 K504 K505 K506 K507 K508 K509 K510 K511 K512 K513 K514 K515 K516 K517 K518

L476 L226 L431 L304 L082 L099 L229 L203 L220 L340 L290 L012 LS16 LS 8 L187 L435 L472 L419 L153 L455 L205 LS37 LS41 L206 L164 L014 LS24 L287 L426 L372 L146 L350 L193 L492 L137 L003 L196 L029 L326 L070 L113 L019 L311 L277 L314 L339 LS 3 L001 L255 LS12 L266 L116

P513 P507 P514 P379 P327 P475 P355 P502 P319 P427 P419 P503 P380 P381 P504 P356 P407 P428 P490 P515 P421 P382 P522 P476 P484 P443 P383 P444 P384 P332 P357 P367 P477 P358 P385 P408 P196 P265 P386 P409 P478 P516 P387 P525 P388 P359 P176 P389 P417 P523 P517 P390

Fm F Major F Major G Major G Major Bb Major Bb Major Eb Major Eb Major Gm G Major D Major D Major D Major Fm F Major F Major D Major C Major C Major C Major Bb Major Bb Major D Major D Major D Major G Major G Major E Major E Major Bm Bm A Major A Major C Major C Major Bb Major Bb Major F Major F Major Eb Major Eb Major D Major Dm D Major D Major C Major C Major C Major Dm Dm F Major

Allegrissimo Allegro Allegro molto Allegro Andante Allegro Andante cantabile Allegrissimo Allegro Allegrissimo Andante cantabile Allegrissimo Presto Andante cantabile Allegrissimo Presto Allegro Andante cantabile Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Cantabile Allegro Presto Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Andante Allegro Allegretto Allegro Allegretto Allegro Allegro non presto Allegro Andantino cantabile Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Moderato e Molto allegro - Presto Allegro Allegro Allegretto Prestissimo Allegro

K519 K520 K521 K522 K523 K524 K525 K526 K527 K528 K529 K530 K531 K532 K533 K534 K535 K536 K537 K538 K539 K540 K541 K542 K543 K544 K545 K546 K547 K548 K549 K550 K551 K552 K553 K554 K555

L475 L086 L408 LS25 L490 L283 L188 L456 L458 L200 L327 L044 L430 L223 L395 L011 L262 L236 L293 L254 L121 LS17 L120 L167 L227 L497 L500 L312 LS28 L404 LS 1 LS42 L396 L421 L425 LS21 L477

P445 P362 P492 P526 P527 P528 P529 P530 P531 P532 P533 P534 P535 P536 P537 P538 P531 P540 P541 P542 P543 P544 P545 P546 P547 P548 P549 P550 P551 P552 P553 P554 P555 P556 P557 P558 P559

Fm G Major G Major G Major G Major F Major F Major Cm C Major Bb Major Bb Major E Major E Major Am A Major D Major D Major A Major A Major G Major G Major F Major F Major F Major F Major Bb Major Bb Major Gm G Major C Major C Major Bb Major Bb Major Dm Dm F Major Fm

Allegro assai Allegretto Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro comodo Allegro assai Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro Allegro assai Cantabile Allegro Cantabile Prestissimo Allegretto Allegro Allegretto Allegretto Allegretto Allegro Cantabile Prestissimo Cantabile Allegro Allegretto Allegro Allegretto Allegro Allegretto Allegro Allegretto Allegro