Women Composers Book 2: (Arr. Melanie Spanswick): Piano Solo

A Graded Anthology for Piano

PUBLISHER: Schott Music
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
This three-volume series of piano music by women composers is a progressive compendium of educational literature with a broad repertoire from the 17th century to the present day. For each piece, the editor has written short instructions with rehearsal tips as well as biographical notes on the women
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Arranger Melanie Spanswick
Publisher Schott Music
Instrumentation Piano
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Genre Classical
Grade of Difficulty EASY-INTERMEDIATE
Style Classical
ISMN 9790001213509
UPC 842819114918
No. SCHED23423
Number of pages 64
Text language English
Description
This three-volume series of piano music by women composers is a progressive compendium of educational literature with a broad repertoire from the 17th century to the present day. For each piece, the editor has written short instructions with rehearsal tips as well as biographical notes on the women composers. Suitable for early intermediate players, volume 2 of Melanie Spanswick's series explores a variety of musical styles and genres, written by both renowned historical composers and leading contemporary composers.
Song List
  • 1. Elizabeth Turner (1700–1756): Giga [Elizabeth Turner]
  • 2. Louise Farrenc (1804–1875): Étude [Louise Farrenc]
  • 3. Luise Adolpha Le Beau (1850–1927): Prelude [Luise Adolpha Le Beau]
  • 4. Cécile Chaminade (1857–1944): Gavotte [Cécile Chaminade]
  • 5. Mon Schjelderup (1870–1934): Song without Words [Mon Schjelderup]
  • 6. Dora Pejačević (1885–1923): Waltz-Caprice [Dora Pejačević]
  • 7. Jenni Pinnock (*1987): Astralis [Jenni Pinnock]
  • 8. Maria Teresa Agnesi (1720–1795): Allegro moderato [Maria Teresa Agnesi]
  • 9. Hélène de Montgeroult (1764–1836): Étude [Hélène de Montgeroult]
  • 10. Helene Liebmann (1795–1869): Andante espressivo [Helene Liebmann]
  • 11. Helen Hopekirk (1856–1945): Sarabande [Helen Hopekirk]
  • 12. Anna Severine Lindeman (1859–1938): Allegretto [Anna Severine Lindeman]
  • 13. Melanie Spanswick (*1969): Kaleidoscope [Melanie Spanswick]
  • 14. Maria Hester Park (1760–1813): Allegro [Maria Hester Park]
  • 15. Cecilia Maria Barthélemon (1767–1859): Adagio [Cecilia Maria Barthélemon]
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