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PREPARATORY EXERCISES Piano SCHIRMER'S LIBRARY OF MUSICAL CLASSICS Vol.! ^i^i^'>.-^^^'. 434 SCHMITT Op. KNECHT $1.50 -i^!>-'t^\^\^'i^^'>-':^'>^-t^'>^^^ .'>i^^\^\^'>. 16. 16 Preparatory Exercises For the Piano With Appendix by A. Op.^^^ Schmitt.

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Finger Exercises) For the Piano NEW AND AUGMENTED EDITION With Appendix by A. Schirmer. SCHIRMER New York/ London Copyright.MU5M^ I ^ SCHIRMER'S LIBRARY OF MUSICAL CLASSICS Vol. Inc. 1922. KNECHT G. by G. 16 Preparatory Exercises (Five. Ui 434 ALOYS SC HMITT Op. A. . S. Prliit*^ In Ik* U.

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§ i^J^JJ^Jj'^J^JJ^ '' 5 ^ 10.3.9 Preparatory Exercises for o^-ii\o k>^\'^ acquiring the greatest possible independence and evenness of the fingers ALOYS SCHMITT.o. i ^ ^ £££rriiir^ 9. Inc. m^^M i^ J^ jW . practise each hand separately.^ 13330 ^ i ^^^^^ A.^.«. ^jr'. . always keeping the hands steady and quiet.x^ivS'^^^^vo. 1922. Op.Y. but omit the closing note until the final repetition.Kt.&ZA. Practise each Exercise slowas the fingers acquire the necessary strength and flexibility. by O. 16 Repeat each Exercise at least ten or twenty times. At first. Copyright. Sehirmer. ly at first. ?« «* KSV. increase the tempo graduallj' It is advisable to practise these Exercises in the kej-s and without changing the fingering. Printed In the U. S. then both together. YOHK PUBUC LIBRARY POR TjrR PERPOillUJO tuii% 40 LINCOLN CBUTBH PI.

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4 on rf» 4 on /I ^ Jrit l J J -#L-^ minor fS ^^ 4-1 1 3 '1 4 1. Z^ 3 3 1 a .h.A minor 3 ^1 1' 3 -^s- £ r. l. 4 on «« 4 on c« /^h\ W H £!> 3121^13 J z^ 2 1 minor (same as Dt minor) 3 1 ^ ^ 1' r. 1.h *^ . ^ . minor ^ _ q- l.f^n2 3 ^ ^ -d ^ J J J. l. l. r. 1 3 " T • 1=^ For scales in thirdh and in sixths the fingering given above is followed in all keys: etc.3330 2 ' .21 B'^ major 3 '1 1' 3 r. 4 on di -y i 4 on /» H^J ^^ ^ g^ Git Al * rj j J 4j 1 H ^. H' 1 -^ ^ y Ij ^g i^i .B*" 1.h.h.h.h. h. ^3 1.h.1. l.h l. 1 3 -^ minor ^ r. 3 4' minor ^ ' r-. h.h.h. r. 4 on 4 i% P\f:i J-^ tf -) 11 3 1 3j 1 t ' ' ' 1 3 1. l. 4 on 4 on A!.h. g- ^^m Harmonic Minor Scales . 4 4 on^^ g^ ^ • "T •j q J a .h. 4 on /* :g * J ^ ^ ^j«s^^J*^||__i^ a 1 3 l1^^ J * ' ' j ^ r.h.h.h. 3 4 L « L^ v= 1 q -^ 'I" n . 4 on 4 on b\> e\> J''jiJj^J.4 -b'' .B r.

h. 4 on* rf l.h. 4 on *!.h.22 F minor r. l.rrc/'!g r 1 1 *^'^— 1. 4on^ " "g{^r^ '^ ^9 * r. *A minor 3 ^ i i 4 on d ^iallllllWI o i ^B minor .h._ ^ ^. ^. minor i .h.h. 4 on rfs l. 4 on 4 on ai c'n .4 ony? r.h.h. l.h.^ G minor r.E^r. 3 " " - ij* . l. l. Tfy ^ ^-^ *^^ ^' Sj V i f! J*** ''rf 2 iH 111—-^iTs jh'^ r rrrrr "^ ^' 'I'^Tit^jttS^ J^^l?*:^!?^ 3 'T ri .h. . .h.4on^!! l.h.h. 1 13330 . h.h.h.8rf l.4 on -^fi^ —^ .4on/-« l.1 ^ 3 4 on dk 4on^!.4on/| r t^^w^ J" ' J * r. ^* 1 I | 3 3"il _ 4.4 on o y J^ i^ "^ l ^ T" r.h. 4 on 4 on c e" iSl Melodic Minor Scales r. T.

«j! 4^ D major i* o^ A major ^ E major 3 ti^gip^^ii Where no fing-ering. l.h.B. 4 on 4 on A ^• r.h. .^Ir^U^ 1 J^ 4?^^ _ - 1 4**^2 -G major_ _ ^.. 1. l. iri-* the C major fing-ering-.h.5 . 13 3 5 1 12 4 5 1 h. l. ziJ ^ ^^ ^^ .h.is g-iven.h. 5 43 54 3 5 5 3 3 1 5 134 Major Triads C major 5 4 ^jS 5 ^^^. follow U major as a model. The arpeg-g-ios are to be practiced also in all keys with *) -3 " 5 5 ' Ts^sa 5 " 5 33 .h.r. N. 4 on CO 4 on ^ r. h. 4 on yi ff) 4 on r.

l. iiF 5-5 2 :ii3iJ!.is g-iven.i^4i«-i4 *^ T42 ^ 54 UJfT* ti^ * 5^?4 f.jjiian%nrfr^i.41 ^^l.5 .h. s 1^ '*»l24l^-_4 /'']ji:iuii^. z'* « *si_ i ^^ -#• i mf-hBrn.^rfF^ "* .jy:: 3 ^ /rr\ 1 i ^'frffrii.14 ^ J'*) i:i:!. 1 # ^ 1 ^G* minor .i?^.'' *4* E minor 5* ^ *J^2*42l^ ^454*'*^ 4 5^ 1^3 5 ^^^m^mm 3I •42 F« minor ^r" ^ = 5 ^ U^2 .45 i . h.JO ^•2 ijj iji f4 ? jr 5 i Where no fing-ering.-jjj?i jj?.1^. i235 5421 1245 5421 1245 53»1 ^ 3 Minor Triads 4I4214 .24 Fff major .ii/. * 1- i ^^ x Si .5 . .4 _ ^ 42 ^^ ?4j^ /.B^major„5 i \ 1^ »5 i -.ii major 5 ^^i^ipipS^^ r.5 « <> » ^ 4 2 ^ •- „4^ a*^^*-*4 4 i»--*. if. follow j]j JJJ 1 #*4 A minor as a ^ • / • ' rrr 4#% •l'«4 4 1 iji model.

in all chords: sfi'ia'* G major _ j}i: 52l4^ i i 4 r^m' 5.4_ i major.C 3 octaves: major - ifriJliH:'j3flff'^-'J^^ ^'J^ ^ ik ' S. z ±it mPr l^'m .TJ:'Jj'' t «4l2l ^^ifS * 5 .Chords l.9^1 ^ ^t^ 2 Li .1424 e * rij LL'. C major i^Tnad) 5 like C and G — 5512^ —4i ' it 1 1 f2. To be played up and down throug^h . with the same fing-ering.S5 D« minor 5 5 3± m . m *^ 1 2i«^ •#* * .D minor 3 5. . ^ . To be played as broken chords.5 o 4 ^-^ # P -# p*^ Dominant Seventh.B^ ^^m 5 minor ^F minor „^1 .-*-.5 2 3^ .G minor - .2^.

.1330 is not repeated until the third octave.c 1.26 m D m aj r A major «««: tt E major B major F* r^ A' major j-f#^ E' t-^rU major S f=9 B'' t> 4fc4 F W^ % m aj r major D^ m u majo aj u •" F I g^ 3. 2 1_3_2 1 ^4 3 2 3 12 3 1 2 * Fingering. The fingerings a and b are the same in every octave. 4 Nos- 2 and 3 keys with saime fingTering. (Chord of the Seventh C major ^-—-p Tz 4 > major — i 5 i? t^ G major I 3l p3 etc.

4.S -.h. h.5132 111 — 4 h ^ p— r ^ » ^ ^ sgg^a^ •5 3 5 1 15 2 15 1 e • * 1 -™- 3 4 5 p 5 - ^ 2TI f 2 1 3 2 3 f I h" I I I --. flo J^ • *3 I:i330 4 . a l^Laa ^-1 1 . 5 5 14 5 - 2 i 2 f 1 5 4 1 4 2 ^ < 1 T»- 2 1.34 3 3 4 3.5 on a 1^1 pT2l?l3*i|3 ^-^L5. B minor 3 2 1 D major r.1 4 23'^l i 15 2 4 5 1 4 2 5 3 ^ 5 14^ These Chord Passag-es have the same fing^ering.5 on d .4 'f-r 3 2?^ 5 on a 5 on o •: 2 3J31 zT^*•>l?QK4g.h.5 33.h.5 on a 9 4—5? fit? .oJt-' 4 43. 5 3 ^r-^ 3 4 5 4 2 5 2 p 5132425 14 5 5 PS^ 1 1 2 *• ^ N. l. Son 3 >^ ^ fi ^i ^? t?y 2l*ill2i"^ 43 ij 23 34 * "1 - 3 d ff ^^ PP I . 2^2 >i 5 k^. Scales in Double Thirds The same fing-eringr is repeated ^1*4 3 1 2 3 2 12 through each additional octave. 5 011^ 4 on c 5 on d l. iJisa *-Sb!^ 5 on 0? rf - l. .h.h. ^ Q 4 2 4 2 « 4 1524 llaf. 1 2 2j-i 3I ^^^3_g r. C major 2 4 5 1 S s I 3 1 3 2 ? .in all keys.h.h. l. 5 on 6" ^li r.h.5 onw.B.h. A minor 3' Cmajot^ f) 43 r. 4 2 .Chord Passages Major Triad 5 27 Z 5 < ' ' " 5 Chord of the Dominant Seventh.h.h. ntlniitfiiii .

I.h.h.h.'".h.5 on d| l.h. i^4 .5 on^l" l..5 3 D minor o 4 3 t f on^ on/ Tl""? '|~4~-?4 3 I^J 12 3I 32 ll 1^ 4 3 54<».5 on d ? 2 .3434? 5 ^~~i t ?t 3 54 3 2 4 r.h.h.q4'»34Q 1IT5T212I cL4^ 3 4^ 3 5 . major.5 on c l.h.h.5 onal J'. „ ^ 3 "J ^ 3 35 12 7~^ 5 on ^ l.5 on^-i> l.h.5 l. 13330 2 ^l3^ .5 on b^ |4'3«rT|'JTT.h.Hi 4 3 .5 on c |_iJ^ 1 ? 2 r*r-^i ^2 1 r^''\ll\liTzJt • 4 rTi ^ iMI 3^ r minor u r.28 A major r.5 on ft l.h..-r^3r 3 4 ?ty ft3l3|3|y r.h.Son/ on^ on/ i 2 3?.1 5 5 a J 1 2 . |i34^ C minor r. ?llil?t3i?ify r.5 on^ r.h.h.5 1 on^ 3 5 3.h.h.h.4 3X^3 452? f 471 ii o 1 2 3 &^b|i 2 . r=-~.u r? J 43 435 343 1 2 3 5.h. r. 4 1 ? r.h.5 onaj! .5 on /If I.h.h. 2 4 r.~^ 3 l.h.5J* 3 r.h.----.h.h. 43fff34 T|3l^(^fl l^llt 1 5» « 3^ h.h.5 on a r.5 on I 4 3 1 i B^ r.5 on e l.5 l. 5 on/s h.11 34 2 * 3434 3 ^ ''"'^J°/3 4.4 3 ^^ 43.5 on b^ il34?3j3|lT23| 4 3liJii3 1 3 3 ?J4 34 35 34 3?l2 4.5 on c h.5 on a llUTiihi I3434j||34 i\) Bmajor flii r.jlmjjll • • 4 * r.h.h.34 r.5 on^!l. D^ major 4 2 23lfll2lfl2l2*p3 ?2 343.5 ouc'l' 43 343|53 4 B^minor r.54545.5 l.5-^ on ^ 1 .h.5 on <? i .5 on/^ I l. 43 23 af '^ (1) 43. 4 34 3 »'. f'li' •ffliH'fr'a.5 on a "Ty.^ 3 „ 48 5 4 1 2 1 V45 2 1 I 2 ^^3 0454.5| r--? 3^ ? . 5 l. 5 on^ 1 3 2 ^ 2 3 1 „ l.5 on a Pi#l 2 4 Cttminor . 4 3 5 12 4 h.

h.is repeated throug-h each additional octave.h.h.h. 3 1 V3 43t 43'* Chromatic Scale r. 3 4 "" — " 2i 4 Double Minor Sixths 4 I "p r. Son* &yt on/& a* ^ ^3 4 3 -f^ l1_Z^ Chromatic Scaje in * on f & 5 4 - 4 3 i^-±_5.B. fl 5 4 Chromatic Scale r.3 on & Chromatic Scale r. 3 on: . in Double Minor Thirds The same fing-ering.5 3.29 Chromatic Scale N.1 • fing-ering" or the following. 3 l.h.h.3 1 u!i. o « 1 . _ -2— >>: . ^ .if r i irrJc Scale in Double Sixths All 2 1 major and minor keys with the same i . ^ 3 on e & « 3 l2 Ifll 4 4 3 5 . 3 in Chords of the Sixth f" I -* * 1 2 4 1 2 on/& Al.h. .u! l1„3 . in Double Major Sixths 3 on ctt e\> & ^^t a\> I. in Double Major Thirds 5 l.fing-ering-: r. 3 . 1 2 .h.

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L. OcUve-Studies. The same: Part III: For More Advanced L. 66. I. same: Bk. Pupils.311 L. Complete. Pianoforte Technics. 65. I .913 J. STUDIES. Degree. MACFARREN. 1616 L. same: Bk. Universal Piano Studies. same: Part 11: For the Intermediate Op. Op. Studies for the development of Technique and Expression. For Medium Grade. 281. L. Part I: For Beginners. 62.ScHiRMER's Library of Musical Classics PIANO METHODS. III. L. Daily Exercises.967 Complete. L. 67. 966 Op.1523 F. 169. II.312 L. Op.968 Op. Scale and Arpeggio Manual. L.254 The The The The LOW. 1037 MENDELSSOHN. L. W.1615 Op.310 L. AND EXERCISES SERIES THREE LOESCHHORN. 170. 20 Melodious Studies. Complete. same: Bk. L.