Etudes With Technique - Book 3

Etudes With Technique - Book 3
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Overview

In Book 3 of Etudes with Technique, new techniques covered include: five-finger patterns and octave scales; independence of hands; triads and inversions; trills; chordal playing; and two-note slurs. Each technique is supported by several etudes to thoroughly exercise the technique. This book is correlated to The Festival Collection®, Book 3, and Succeeding with the Masters® Volume One.

Contents

  • Abendlied Op 210 No 9 [Kohler]
  • Banshee, The [Swinstead]
  • Broken Mirror/Shattered Glass [Roubos]
  • Carillon [Schultz]
  • Etude In C Op 166 No 15 [Bertini]
  • Etude In D Minor [Brown]
  • Etude No 20 (Methode Ou Recueil) [J C Bach]
  • Etude No 21 (Methode Ou Recueil) [J C Bach]
  • Etude No.50 [Beyer]
  • Etude Op.108 No.3 [Schytte]
  • Etude Op.166 No.4 [Bertini]
  • Etude Op.17 No.6 [Le Couppey]
  • Etude Op.308 No.12 [Spindler]
  • Etude Op.599 No.67 [Czerny]
  • Etude Op.70 No.17 [Berens]
  • Etude Op.70 No.31 [Berens]
  • Etude Op.82 No.42 [Gurlitt]
  • Etude Op.82 No.54 [Gurlitt]
  • Frolics Op.100 No.18 [Croisez]
  • Giant Tortoise, The [Schultz]
  • Hymn Op.117 No.27 [Gurlitt]
  • In Agreement [Schultz]
  • La Petite Valse [Roubos]
  • Little Stream Op 13 No 4, The [Rowley]
  • Minuet In F (The Notebook For Nanner No 6) [Leopold Mozart]
  • Minuetto (Twenty-Four Short And Easy Pieces No 10) [Reinagle]
  • Night Breeze [Brown]
  • Prayer Op 130 No 4 [Gurlitt]
  • Presto (Twenty-Four Pieces No 20) [Reinagle]
  • Puppet Dance [Brown]
  • St. Margaret's Hymn [Alcock]
  • Theme And Variations Op 38 No 12 [Hassler]
  • Two Etudes Op 308 Nos 20 & 21 [Spindler]

Specs

Product IDCOBS012944594
Composer/Artist/Author Helen Marlais & Suzanne Torkelson
Instrumentation Piano Solo
Publisher FJH Music Company Inc, The
Publisher Ref No 2027
Language Eng
Media Book

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