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.
The books in this series present study guides for 60 masterworks ranging from early intermediate through late intermediate levels that the editors believe developing pianists should study and perform. Each
Hanon for Two contains duet accompaniments for the 20 exercises found in Part 1 of Charles-Louis Hanon's The Virtuoso Pianist. Each Hanon exercise is primo while the secondo is an added duet part. Unlike
This edition provides a valuable resource of accessible masterworks for busy pianists. It contains 40 piano pieces in their original form appropriate for weddings, funerals, receptions, and other events. To
The literature found in the Classics for Students series provides a sequenced course of progression for the pianist who wants to play music of substantial quality. The wide variety of moods, technical
The 100 pieces (including individual sonatina movements) in this anthology provide a valuable resource for pianists and piano teachers as well as piano pedagogy faculty and students. The literature ranges
In the Spotlight on Styles Collection, 21 original pieces by Catherine Rollin are gathered in one book to serve as an introduction to the distinctive styles of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and
The five books in this series present 100 masterworks ranging from early-intermediate through advanced levels. Each book contains 20 pieces selected from the four main style periods as well as additional
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