Muzio Clementi: Sonatinas Op.36 (Book/Online Audio)

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Publisher: G. Schirmer
Composer: Muzio Clémenti
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Schirmer Performance Editions presents the set of Six Sonatinas Opus 36 by Muzio Clementi. Clementi's Opus 36 is today the best known of all his works, and to this day any serious Piano student or performer will be familiar with at least one of these delightful concert pieces. With a great sense of melodic sparkle, precision and rhythmic vitality, these short pieces are essential for the new Piano student, helping to develop a clear tone, evenness of touch and dynamic control.

The Schirmer Performance Editions not only offer authoritative presentations of great music, they are also packed with interpretative suggestions, permanent fingering as well as an insightful historical and artistic commentary. An innovative tutorial series that provokes discussion as well as music.

ISBN: 9780634073625
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
Published on: 17 March 2005
No of pages: 72
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00296466

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        Hampshire GB
        These sonatinas are an old favourite from lessons in my childhood. Indeed my original copy was so well used that it had completely fallen apart. They are enjoyable and relatively easy to play (about grade 2-3).
        The print is clear and easy to read, includong fingering.
        To my surprise a CD is included.
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        Confirmed purchase: 25 March 2014
        Published on: 28 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

        These sonatinas are an enjoyable introduction to the more challenging sonatas of Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven though in fact Clementi belongs to the Romantic period. Technically there is scalic passage work and arpeggio based shapes, but also the tuneful attractive qualities distinguishing Italian lyricism and drama.
        Anonymous - (Winchester, United Kingdom)