Daughter of renowned violinist Jascha Heitetz, Josefa Heifetz is a pianist, teacher, and lexicographer well-versed in the idiomatic languages of both the keyboard and the English language. Her 24 Exercises
25 etudes for piano solo, using each of the intervals from the minor second to the tritone, and their inversions, singly and in all combinations. Symmetrical and mirror-fingered passages throughout. Black
Edited by Adrienne Kaczmarczyk. For piano. Preface and critical notes in Ger. and Eng. These concert etudes were composed in 1848-49. This edition is based primarily on Liszt's autograph manuscripts.
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Cantos de Espana, Op. 232, is a suite of five piano pieces by Spanish composer Isaac Albeniz. The work was inspired by Spain itself, particularly its Asturian folklore and its idiomatic musical traditions.
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