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'Ike Ia Ladana (Queen's Jubilee) - George Winston / Queen Lili'uokalani, Dennis Kamakahi "Wunderkind" Sonatas Volume 1 KV 6-9 - Wofgang Amadeus Mozart / Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Piano solo, urtext edition.
As astonishing as it might sound, Mozart was already composing piano sonatas (K. 6–9) at the age of seven. It is wonderfully fresh and varied music. We have already published Urtext editions of these four sonatas in the version for piano and violin (HN 1077). As far as we are aware they have never been published solely as piano sonatas, even though Mozart described them thus in the title and they were assuredly played as such. Whilst the added violin provides tonal enrichment, it can be omitted without loss. A true treasure trove of easier, unknown original music by Mozart. Contents: Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) C major KV 6 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) D major KV 7 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) B flat major KV 8 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) G major KV 9 "Wunderkind" Sonatas Volume 2 K. 10-15 - Wofgang Amadeus Mozart / Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Piano solo, urtext edition.
In 1764 the eight-year-old Mozart wrote the Sonatas K. 10–15 in London. Leopold Mozart was only able to understand his son’s musical genius in terms of it being a God-given wonder: “That my boy […] knows all of this with his 8 years that could be expected of a man of forty years. In short: whoever has not seen or heard it, cannot believe it”. According to the title page the six sonatas can either be played as piano trios, violin sonatas or simply piano solo. Contents: Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) B flat major KV 10 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) G major KV 11 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) A major KV 12 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) F major KV 13 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) C major KV 14 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) B flat major KV 15 "Wunderkind" Sonatas Volume 3 K. 16-31 - Wofgang Amadeus Mozart / Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Piano solo, urtext edition.
The Six Sonatas for Piano K. 26–31 that can also have a violin accompaniment were composed in The Hague. They were published in 1766 and were dedicated to Princess Caroline von Nassau-Weilburg. These jewels by the “Wunderkind” Mozart have only been known in the form of violin sonatas up to now (also see Henle Urtext edition HN 1079). Our edition for solo piano, the first time it has ever been printed in this form, is now available for piano teachers to make use of in their lessons, as well as for all lovers of Mozart. Contents: Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) E flat major KV 26 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) G major KV 27 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) C major KV 28 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) D major KV 29 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) F major KV 30 Piano Sonata (Wunderkind) B flat major KV 31 ... Couple Égyptienne en Route Vers l'Inconnu... - György Kurtág
The two piano pieces were inspired by a statue which can be seen in the Egyptian Collection of the Louvre in Paris. The full-length portrait of the couple holding hands was carved in wood by the unknown master more than 4000 years ago (i.e. between 2350-2200, the time of the VIth dynasty's reign). We don't know who they are, where they come from, and we also don't know where they are going. All we see is that they belong together. And in Kurtág's music we can now also hear their quiet footsteps. Kurtág wrote the pieces in April-May 2013. The first piece is dedicated to pianist Menahem Pressler, celebrating his 90th birthday that year, the second piece (Double) to the French pianist-teacher, Valérie Haluk. The two pieces can be performed together or separately. This edition has been published for György Kurtág's 90th birthday. (Tünde Szitha) 1 2 3 Klavier Volume 1 - Claudia Ehrenpreis / Ulrike Wohlwender
Piano Method, text in German. Piano teaching in groups - big or small - is in! This new method gives group and individual teaching many new impulses and is ideal for 1 2 3 (and more) reasons:
1. The songs and pieces are agreeably melodious, easy to sing, and full of harmonic variety. 2. Many songs and pieces involve tasks which motivate the young student to improvise and experiment with musical elements. 3. All performance instructions can easily be understood by children. 4. The volumes are imaginatively and colorfully illustrated. And finally, 5. The teacher’s handbook contains many didactic tips for every piece in group teaching (24 children). The play-oriented, comprehensive methodology allows one to move on without a break to the elementary music pedagogy. 1. X. 1905 'Sonata' - Janacek
Piano Solo, titles are: The Presentiment, The Death. Urtext edition.
1.X.1905 (Sonate pour Piano) - Leos Janácek / Stephen Hough
Piano solo, urtext edition.
The composition “1.X.1905,” generally referred to as a “sonata,” stems from the autumn of 1905, the peak of the riots between the Czech- and German-speaking populations in Janáček’s hometown Brno. Reacting to the violent death of a Czech worker, Janáček wrote a three-part composition for piano originally bearing the title “From the Street, on October 1, 1905.” Dissatisfied with the work, however, Janáček is said to have first burned the third movement in his fireplace and then thrown the remaining two movements into the Vltava, even before its premiere. A copy of these first two movements on which the publication of the first edition was later based is also missing today. For this reason, the Urtext edition of G. Henle Publishers and Universal Edition is based solely on the first edition from 1924, which Janáček expert Jiří Zahrádka has carefully evaluated and annotated for this volume. 10 Bagatelles Op. 59 - Nikolai Kapustin
Piano solo, difficult level.
Kapustins 10 Bagatellen aus dem Jahre 1991 sind kleine unbeschwerte Klavierstücke im Jazz-Kolorit mit hohem technischem Anspruch. Der Zyklus wurde komplett vom Komponisten selbst und auch von Masahiro Kawakami für CD-Veröffentlichungen eingespielt. Die beliebte 9. Bagatelle nahmen zudem auch Marc-André Hamelin und Sun Hee You auf. Contents: I. Allegro II. Larghetto III. Allegro moderato IV. Allegretto V. Largo VI. Comodo VII. Vivace VIII. Adagio IX. Allegretto X. Giocosamente 10 Carols for piano - Marcel de Jonghe
Piano Solo, easy to intermediate level.
Titles are: Coventry Carol Deck the Halls Ding Dong! Merrily On High Good Christian Men, Rejoice! Hark, the Herald Angels Sing Joy to The World Mary, Young and Fair Once in Royal David's City Coventry Carol The First Nowell. 10 Easy Piano Stories - André Waignein
Piano solo, titles are: Diagonales, Valsette, Arsène Lupin, Errance, Amazing Grace, Leitmotiv, Empreintes, Dernier Regard, Country Piano, Répétitions. Easy to intermediate level.
10 Easy Pieces for Piano - Zbignieuw Preisner
PIano Solo, intermediate / advanced level.
Zbigniew Preisner is Poland's leading film composer and is considered to be one of the most outstanding film composers of his generation. 10 Easy Pieces For Piano is a superb set of relatively simple, melodic pieces suitable for intermediate to advanced standard pianists. Titles are: A Good Morning MelodyA Good Night Melody A Tune A Day About Passing Farewell Greetings From Pamalican Meditation Talking To Myself The Art Of Flying To See More 10 Etüden - Ten Studies Opus 15 - Sergej Bortkiewicz 10 Fabeln Fur Junge Klavierspieler - 10 Fables For Young Pianists - Milko Kelemen
PIano Solo,10 contemporary pieces for children. Titles are: Die durstigen Tauben, Der Mond und die Mutter, Zwei Schlangen, Die Flamme und der Kessel, Die Sonne, Der Alte und Der Tod, Die Spinne und Die Trauben, Winter und Frühling, Fledermaüse.
Fun and easy arrangements of 10 favorite tunes: Catch a Falling Star • Happy Birthday to You • The Hokey Pokey • I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing • I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande) • Let It Be • Over the Rainbow • Star Wars (Main Theme) • Tomorrow • What a Wonderful World.
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