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Easy Concert Pieces Band 1: (Arr. Rainer Mohrs): Piano Solo

50 Easy Pieces from 5 Centuries

ARRANGER: Rainer Mohrs
PUBLISHER: Schott Music
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
For the Easy Concert Pieces series, the experienced piano teacher Monika Twelsiek compiled pleasant, easy piano pieces for beginners and published them in three volumes in progressive order._x000D_ _x000D_ The three volumes are intended to complement a piano tutorial method and are particularly
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Arranger Rainer Mohrs
Publisher Schott Music
Instrumentation Piano
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Description Product Type Book and Audio Online
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2021
Grade of Difficulty VERY EASY
ISBN 9783795724665
ISMN 9790001215046
No. SCHED22547D
Number of pages 56
Description
For the Easy Concert Pieces series, the experienced piano teacher Monika Twelsiek compiled pleasant, easy piano pieces for beginners and published them in three volumes in progressive order._x000D_ _x000D_ The three volumes are intended to complement a piano tutorial method and are particularly suitable for performance at auditions at music schools, for examinations and for competitions. They offer varied repertoire in a broad selection of pieces from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern eras._x000D_ _x000D_ Volume 1 (ED 22547) can already be used by beginners, containing pieces in the five-note range and easy pieces spanning a single octave. Other criteria for selection are simple rhythms and very easy chords. Crossing the thumb underneath, playing several parts together and pedal use are not yet required._x000D_ _x000D_ Volume 2 (ED 22548) contains pieces with an extended range of two octaves. Crossing the thumb under, pedal use, simple polyphony and three- or four-part chords all feature here, as do simple ornaments, cantabile playing and differentiating between melody and accompaniment._x000D_ _x000D_ Volume 3 (ED 22549) is aimed at advanced players who wish to refine their expression and personal interpretation. The pieces demand a great deal of dexterity, a high sense of rhythm, articulation and phrasing, polyphonic playing (polyphony even in one hand) and tonal differentiation of the piano setting.
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