Big Book Of Beginner's Piano Classics

Big Book Of Beginner's Piano Classics
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Beginning pianists of all ages will cherish this excellent compilation of beloved piano classics. Each piece has been carefully selected and simplified to help students develop their skills. The special arrangements also offer novices the pleasure and satisfaction of playing music that's usually beyond their grasp.

Some of the master composers are represented by several pieces each: nine works by Bach include Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring; Mozart's Rondo alla Turca appears along with eight other selections from his oeuvre; seven by Chopin include Funeral March; the "Emperor" Concerto, Ode to Joy, and "Für Elise" are among the eight Beethoven features; and eight by Tchaikovsky include Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy from The Nutcracker. Other well-known pieces include Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Liszt, Brahms' "Lullaby," Morning Mood by Grieg, Haydn's "Surprise" Symphony, plus compositions by Schubert, Verdi, Debussy, Handel, Mendelssohn, and others.

Reprinted from authoritative editions.


  • 1812 Overture (Allegro) [Tchaikovsky]
  • Air On A 'G' String [J S Bach]
  • Air Suisse [Clementi]
  • Allegro (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik) [Mozart]
  • Aria (Don Giovanni) [Mozart]
  • Aria From Goldberg Variations [J S Bach]
  • Autumn Hunt, The [Vivaldi]
  • Ballet Air [Gluck]
  • Beautiful Dreamer [Foster]
  • Bridal Procession [Wagner]
  • Consolation [Liszt]
  • Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy (The Nutcracker) [Tchaikovsky]
  • Emperor Concerto [Beethoven]
  • Etude No 3 [Chopin]
  • Eugene Onegin Waltz [Tchaikovsky]
  • Fantaisie-impromptu [Chopin]
  • Fifth Symphony [Tchaikovsky]
  • Finlandia [Sibelius, Jean]
  • From The New World [Dvorak]
  • Funeral March [Chopin]
  • Fur Elise [Beethoven]
  • Grand March [Verdi]
  • Happy Farmer, The [Schumann]
  • Harmonious Blacksmith, The [Handel]
  • Hopak [Mussorsky]
  • Humoresque [Dvorak]
  • Hungarian Dance No 5 [Brahms]
  • Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 [Liszt]
  • Impromptu [Schubert]
  • Invention In F Major [J S Bach]
  • Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring [J S Bach]
  • Krakowiak [Paderewski]
  • Lullaby [Brahms]
  • Lullaby [Satie]
  • Maid With The Flaxen Hair, The [Debussy]
  • Marche Slave [Tchaikovsky]
  • Mazurka [Chopin]
  • Melody In F [Rubinstein]
  • Minuet (Don Giovanni) [Mozart]
  • Minuet In G [Beethoven]
  • Minuet In Olden Style [Paderewski]
  • Minuet [J S Bach]
  • Moonlight Sonata (Opening) [Beethoven]
  • Morning Mood [Grieg]
  • Nocturne [Chopin]
  • Ode To Joy [Beethoven]
  • Overture (Marriage Of Figaro) [Mozart]
  • Papgeno’s Song [Mozart]
  • Piano Concerto [Grieg]
  • Pizzicato Polka [Johann Strauss]
  • Poet Speaks, The [Schumann]
  • Prelude In C Major [J S Bach]
  • Prelude No 7 [Chopin]
  • Prelude [Rachmaninoff]
  • Prelude [Scriabin]
  • Raindrop Prelude [Chopin]
  • Romanze [Mozart]
  • Romeo And Juliet (Theme) [Tchaikovsky]
  • Rondo Alla Turca [Mozart]
  • Rondo In C [Clementi]
  • Rondo [Haydn]
  • Rumania Sketch [Bartok]
  • Sarabande [Handel]
  • Sarabande [J S Bach]
  • Sheep May Safely Graze [J S Bach]
  • Sonata In A Minor (Aria) [Scarlatti]
  • Sonata In A [Mozart]
  • Sonata In C [Haydn]
  • Sonatina In G (Opening) [Beethoven]
  • Song To The Evening Star [Wagner]
  • Surprise Symphony [Haydn]
  • Swan Lake (Theme) [Tchaikovsky]
  • Swan, The [Saint-Saens]
  • Symphony No 40 (Opening) [Mozart]
  • Symphony No 5 (Opening) [Beethoven]
  • Symphony No 6 (Theme) [Tchaikovsky]
  • Tambourin [Rameau]
  • To A Wild Rose [Macdowell]
  • Tocatta And Fugue In D Minor (Opening) [J S Bach]
  • Traumerei [Schumann]
  • Trout, The [Schubert]
  • Turkish March [Beethoven]
  • Venetian Gondola Song [Mendelssohn]


Product IDCOBS012947703
Editor/Arranger Bergerac & David Dutkanicz
Instrumentation Piano Solo
Publisher Dover Publications
Publisher Ref No 0486466159
Grading Easy
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages144

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