Great Literature For Piano Book 4: Difficult

Great Literature For Piano Book 4: Difficult
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Overview

This collection for piano includes moderately difficult arrangements. Features pieces by J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Pachelbel, Scarlatti, Grieg and others. A special inclusion in this volume is the often-omitted second section of C.P.E. Bach's Solfeggietto, "Allegro di molto."

Contents

  • 2nd Rigaudon [Rameau]
  • Allegro Di Molto [C P E Bach]
  • Call Of The Birds, The (Le Rappel De Oiseaux) [Rameau]
  • Contra Dance [Beethoven]
  • Danse Lente [Franck]
  • Double Du 2nd Rigaudon [Rameau]
  • Fantasie [Pachelbel]
  • Fugue [Pachelbel]
  • Hungarian Folk Song No 1 [Liszt]
  • Hungarian Folk Song No 2 [Liszt]
  • Hungarian Folk Song No 3 [Liszt]
  • Hungarian Folk Song No 4 [Liszt]
  • Intermezzo Op 119 No 3 [Brahms]
  • Invention In C (No 1 From "Two Part Inventions") [J S Bach]
  • Invention In F Major (No 8 From "Two Part Inventio [J S Bach]
  • Le Coucou, Rondeau [Daquin]
  • Les Carillons [Kirnberger]
  • Little Bird [Grieg]
  • Prelude In C Minor Op 28 No 20 [Chopin]
  • Preludio [J S Bach]
  • Reverie (Traumerei) [Schumann]
  • Sailor's Song Op 68 No 1 [Grieg]
  • Scherzo No 1 (Comp 1817) [Schubert]
  • Scotch Dances [Beethoven]
  • Solfeggietto [C P E Bach]
  • Sonata In F (First Movement) KV 332 [Mozart]
  • Sonata In G Op 49 No 2 [Beethoven]
  • Sonata No 19 (Third Movement) KV 310 [Mozart]
  • Song Of The Lark Op 39 No 22 [Tchaikovsky]
  • Toccata [Scarlatti]
  • Two Rigaudons, Jig, (1st Rigaudon) [Rameau]
  • Waltz In A Minor Op 39 No 14 [Brahms]
  • Waltz Op 12 No 2 [Grieg]

Specs

Product IDCOBS012600689
Editor/Arranger Smith, Gail
Instrumentation Piano Solo
Publisher Bay (Mel) Publications Inc
Publisher Ref No 94867
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages122
ISBN-101562228641
ISBN-139781562228644
UPC796279015301

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