By David Dutkanicz
Beginning pianists of every age will cherish this glorious compilation of piano classics. a number of the maximum composers — J. S. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt — are represented by way of a number of items every one, a few newly tailored for the piano. well known works comprise the Brandenburg Concerto No. three, Claire de Lune, and photographs at an Exhibition.
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Also, keep the left hand extra light—in the original this part is played staccato by the woodwinds. Molto allegro Felix Mendelssohn 1809–1847 Wedding March This universally known work has its inspiration in Shakespeare. The Wedding March is a movement from a suite of incidental music to the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It became a standard after Princess Victoria, daughter of Queen Victoria, selected it for her wedding in 1858. Regal Leopold Mozart 1719–1787 Bourrée Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s father, Leopold, was an accomplished composer and teacher whose crown student was his son.
2 in F major, Op. 38, still in its original key and rhythms. Composer Robert Schumann had dedicated one of his pieces to Chopin. So Frédéric returned the favor by dedicating this Ballade to him. Today, it seems unbelievable that great composers actually talked to each other, had dinner together, and played for each other! But it’s true. Andantino Frédéric Chopin 1810–1849 Grand Waltz in A Minor The theme of the Grade Valse Brillante, Op. 34 no. 2. Close your eyes and imagine Paris, the most beautiful and fashionable city in all of Europe.
An allegretto is played slightly slower than allegro. Allegretto Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) Piano Concerto No. 4, Mvt. II Not only was Beethoven a composer, he was also a virtuoso pianist who premiered his own concertos. This particular concerto calls for extreme contrast, with the opening played loudly by the orchestra and then softly soothed by the piano. Andante Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) Symphony No. 6 (opening) Beethoven was very fond of the countryside, and it was in nature that he found most of his inspiration.
88 Piano Classics for Beginners by David Dutkanicz