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At The Piano With Women Composers

9.95
This unique compilation of 18 beautiful pieces pays tribute to 13 of the world's greatest women composers from the Baroque to contemporary periods. Included are works by Amy Beach, Teresa Carreño, Cecile Chaminade, Louise Farrenc, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Clara Wieck Schumann and Maria Szymanowska as well as pieces from relatively unknown composers, ranging in difficulty from intermediate to moderately advanced.
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Bartok Mikrokosmos Volume 5

15.95
The Mikrokosmos is a cycle of 153 pieces for piano, written with a didactic purpose. That is, to give the piano pieces which can be used from the very beginning, and then going on, it is graded according to difficulties. The title Mikrokosmos can be interpreted as a series of pieces in many different styles, representing a small world. This edition has been written in English, French, German and Hungarian.
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Bartok Mikrokosmos Volume 6

15.95
The Mikrokosmos is a cycle of 153 pieces for piano, written with a didactic purpose. That is, to give the piano pieces which can be used from the very beginning, and then going on, it is graded according to difficulties. The title Mikrokosmos can be interpreted as a series of pieces in many different styles, representing a small world. This edition has been written in English, French, German and Hungarian.
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Beethoven Complete Bagatelles

19.95

Complete Bagatelles

Ludwig van Beethoven Editor: Otto von Irmer Fingering: Walther Lampe Urtext Edition, paperbound
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Beethoven Ecossaises

7.40
Two Ecossaises by Beethoven; WoO 83 and WoO 86. This authoritative Henle Urtext edition, has been edited by Richard Forster.
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Beethoven Fur Elise

7.95
There are probably very few Piano students who have not tried their hand at this piece; it is undeniably one of the most popular classical Piano pieces today. And yet unanswered questions still remain. They not only concern details in the musical text but also its famous nickname: Is “Elise”, the reading in the dedication in the autograph, even actually correct? Or should it read “Therese”? And whom might Beethoven have actually meant?
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Beethoven Piano sonata no 21 – Opus 53

11.25
A further edition in Henle's highly regarded Beethoven revisions bears witness to their fruitful collaboration with the renowned artist Murray Perahia. This time the established editorial team Gertsch/Perahia has devoted itself to a truly monumental work: Beethoven’s famous “Waldstein Sonata” was composed in close proximity to the “Eroica” and the first sketches for “Fidelio”. The boldness of the first movement already surpasses anything that had been ventured up to that point. Beethoven dedicated it to his friend and patron Count Waldstein. As always, Murray Perahia not only provides valuable fingering suggestions but also shares his personal thoughts on this work in a short essay.
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Beethoven Piano Sonata op 10 no.1

7.95
The Piano Sonata No. 5 in C Minor (Op.10, No.1) was written in 1798 and dedicated to Anna Margarete von Browne, the wife of a Russian diplomat who was Beethoven's main patron at the time. One of his earlier works, it is in three movements: Allegro molto e con brio - Adagio molto – Prestissimo.
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Beethoven Piano Sonata op 10 no.2

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Henle Urtext Edition of Ludwig Van Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 6 In F Op. 10 No. 2 for solo Piano. Suitable for pianists at an intermediate-advanced level.
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Beethoven Piano Sonata op 10 no.3

9.95
Beethoven's three piano sonatas op. 10 are of very dissimilar nature. Beethoven published them in 1798 and dedicated them to Countess von Browne-Camus, the wife of a Russian patron to whom he was indebted. The last of these three sonatas is presented here in an Urtext edition. It is the longest of the three, the most imaginative and pianistically the most impressive. Formal expansiveness, an unconventional sequence of themes and brilliant tonal development characterize this piano work, which with its Largo contains one of the most cryptic slow movements in early Beethoven
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Beethoven Piano Sonata opus 49

8.00
A highly accurate Urtext edition of Ludwig Van Beethoven's Piano Sonatas Op.49 Nos.1 And 2, as edited by Bertha Antonia Wallner and fingered by Conrad Hansen.