A Method for Comprehensive Technical and Musical Development
The 21 pieces in this collection represent some of the best miniature masterworks in piano literature. These pieces were carefully selected not only for their overall quality and musicality, but because they primarily stay in five-finger position. For maximum benefit, students should work through the skills that are comprehensively presented in Pathways to Artistry: ¢ Technique, Book 1. Titles: ¢ Allegretto, Op. 117, No. 5 (Cornelius Gurlitt) ¢ The Brave Knight (Wilhelm Moritz Vogel) ¢ Canzonetta in A Minor (Gza Horvth) ¢ Copy Me!, Op. 117, No. 9 (Cornelius Gurlitt) ¢ Etude in C, Op. 823, No. 11 (Carl Czerny) ¢ The General's March (Alexander Reinagle) ¢ George Washington's Minuet (Alexander Reinagle) ¢ Little Etude (Elena Gnessina) ¢ Little Song in D Minor (Heinrich Wohlfahrt) ¢ March in C (Ernst K¶hler) ¢ A Dialogue (Bla Bart³k) ¢ Melody in G (Friedrich Baumfelder) ¢ Petite Music Box (Cornelius Gurlitt) ¢ Play with Me (Hermann Berens) ¢ Playful Etude (Felix Le Couppey) ¢ Roundelay (Joachim van den Hove) ¢ Russian Dance (Alexander Goedicke) ¢ Song in G, Op. 218, No. 20 (Ernst K¶hler) ¢ The Teasing Game, Op.117, No. 7 (Cornelius Gurlitt) ¢ Trumpet Fanfare (Cornelius Gurlitt).
- Contributors: Ed. Catherine Rollin
- Series: Pathways to Artistry
- Instrument: Piano
- Level: Late Elementary
- Page count: 24