The selections, written in a variety of tempos, textures and styles, span four centuries of keyboard studies and have been chosen for both their expressive and technical content. One example is Little Bird by Grieg, which highlights the musicality of written out trills imitating bird calls. These etudes are also a musical resource for intermediate adults who need additional reinforcement in technique. For all pianists, Book Six of Expressive Etudes serves equally well as performance repertoire. Includes: Prelude in G Major BWV 902a (Bach); Etude Op. 29 Nos. 7&8 (Bertini); Exercise, No. 9a (Brahms); Spirit of Chivalry Op. 100 No. 25, The Storm, Op. 109 No. 13, Berceuse OP. 109 No. 7, Awakening in the Woods Op. 109 No. 12 (Burgmuller); Study Op. 718 No. 10 (Czerny); Etude Op. 261 No. 125 (Czerny); Maria (Granados); Little Bird Op. 43 No. 4 (Grieg); Etude Op. 47 No. 15, Etude Op. 46 No. 1, Barcarolle Op. 45 No. 8 (Heller); Etude Op. 37 No. 18 (Lemoine); Etude in G Minor Op. 91 No. 10 (Moskowski); The Top Op. 11 No. 2 (Nielsen); Italian Mariner's Song Op. 68 No. 36 (Schumann).