By David Dutkanicz
Beginning pianists of every age will cherish this wonderful compilation of piano classics. some of the maximum composers — J. S. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt — are represented by means of a number of items each one, a few newly tailored for the piano. renowned works contain the Brandenburg Concerto No. three, Claire de Lune, and images at an Exhibition.
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For the full effect, use dynamics to contrast different moods. Calm and Steady Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) Symphony No. 3 (theme) Symphony No. ” It was written to honor “heroes” and was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte. Play the melody in a crisp manner, as if it were a military march. Allegretto Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) Adagio Cantabile from Sonata No. 8 This famous piece is the opening to the second movement of the Piano Sonata No. ” The melody in the right hand should be played gently, while the left hand should be kept as even as possible.
Some of the pieces were for teaching, but most were small gifts. Keep the mood merry and light. Andante Johann Sebastian Bach 1685–1750 Invention in A Minor Just like the other Inventions, this one was written to instruct new pupils. Here, Bach presents a challenging arpeggio workout. The music should flow evenly, helped by smoothness in the wrist and fingers. ” Keep a firm hold on the tempo – don’t let the dips in melody slow you down. For the full effect, use dynamics to contrast different moods.
S. Bach Arioso in G Affetuoso from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 (opening) Menuet from Anna Magdalena’s Notebook Invention in A Minor Wachet Auf (“Sleepers Awake”) Beethoven Symphony No. 3 (theme) Adagio Cantabile from Sonata No. 8 Romanza from Sonatina in G Piano Concerto No. 4, Mvt. II Symphony No. 6 (opening) Symphony No. 8 (opening) Bizet Habanera from Carmen Boccherini Minuet from String Quintet in E Major Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia Polovetsian Dance No.
88 Piano Classics for Beginners by David Dutkanicz