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A First Book Of Beethoven

Author : David Dutkanicz
ISBN : 9780486171494
Genre : Music
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Specially arranged and simplified, these popular melodies include Für Elise, Ode to Joy, the opening of the "Moonlight" Sonata, and more. Includes a free MP3 download for each piece.

A First Book Of Great Composers

Author : Bergerac
ISBN : 0486427560
Genre : Music
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Presents arranged music for twenty-six pieces by such composers as Bach, Gluck, Grieg, Mendelssohn, and Mozart.

Beethoven

Author : Ludwig Van (COP) Beethoven
ISBN : 0739022350
Genre : Music
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This useful series, edited by Willard A. Palmer and others, features the easiest works of Beethoven. All selections are presented in their original, un-simplified form and are organized in progressive order of difficulty. It allows students to begin playing this music from authoritative editions at an early stage in their studies. Recording artist Scott Price is the chair of the Piano Department at the University of South Carolina and holds a doctorate in piano performance from the University of Oklahoma. He has given master classes and recitals throughout the United States and Southeast Asia. His recordings are featured in Alfred's Premier Piano Course.

First Book For Pianists

Author : Ludwig van Beethoven
ISBN : 1457440350
Genre : Music
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This diverse collection contains dances (including the "Menuet in G"), the "Sonatina in G," and "Lustig, Traurig." Each piece is presented in its original form with Beethoven's markings clearly indicated. Three portraits of Beethoven are provided, and Dr. Palmer's background material describes staccato and legato markings in the composer's works. Designed for intermediate-level pianists, the volume is excellent preparation for the study of Beethoven's sonatinas, bagatelles and easier variation set.

A First Book Of Classical Music

Author : Bergerac
ISBN : 9780486174013
Genre : Music
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Fun-to-play arrangements include themes from Beethoven's "Pathétique" Sonata and Haydn's "Surprise" Symphony, along with such favorites as Schumann's Träumerei, Brahms's Lullaby, Chopin's Prelude, more.

My First Book Of Bach

Author : David Dutkanicz
ISBN : 9780486457376
Genre : Music
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Presents arranged music for beginning piano students for a variety of pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Beethoven

Author : John Suchet
ISBN : 9780802192912
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Beethoven scholar and classical radio host John Suchet has had a lifelong, ardent interest in the man and his music. Here, in his first full-length biography, Suchet illuminates the composer’s difficult childhood, his struggle to maintain friendships and romances, his ungovernable temper, his obsessive efforts to control his nephew’s life, and the excruciating decline of his hearing. This absorbing narrative provides a comprehensive account of a momentous life, as it takes the reader on a journey from the composer’s birth in Bonn to his death in Vienna. Chronicling the landmark events in Beethoven's career—from his competitive encounters with Mozart to the circumstances surrounding the creation of the well-known Für Elise and Moonlight Sonata—this book enhances understanding of the composer's character, inspiring a deeper appreciation for his work. Beethoven scholarship is constantly evolving, and Suchet draws on the latest research, using rare source material (some of which has never before been published in English) to paint a complete and vivid portrait of the legendary prodigy.

Beethoven

Author : Barry Cooper
ISBN : 9780190463496
Genre : Music
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The connections between a great artist's life and work are subtle, complex, and often highly revealing. In the case of Beethoven, however, the standard approach has been to treat his life and his art separately. Now, Barry Cooper's new volume incorporates the latest international research on many aspects of the composer's life and work and presents these in a truly integrated narrative. Cooper employs a strictly chronological approach that enables each work to be seen against the musical and biographical background from which it emerged. The result is a much closer confluence of life and work than is usually achieved, for two reasons. First, composition was Beethoven's central preoccupation for most of his life: "I live entirely in my music," he once wrote. Second, recent study of his many musical sketches has enabled a much clearer picture of his everyday compositional activity than was previously possible, leading to rich new insights into the interaction between his life and music. This volume concentrates on Beethoven's artistic achievements both by examining the origins of his works and by expert commentary on some of their most striking and original features. It also reexamines virtually all the evidence--from fictitious anecdotes right down to the translations of individual German words--to avoid recycling old errors. And it offers numerous new details derived from sketch studies and a new edition of Beethoven's correspondence. Offering a wealth of fresh conclusions and intertwining life and work in illuminating ways, Beethoven will establish itself as the reference on one of the world's greatest composers.

Beethoven The Pianist

Author : Tilman Skowroneck
ISBN : 9780521119597
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book offers an insight into Beethoven's career, showing in well-documented detail the rise and decline of his powers as a performer.

Beethoven

Author : Maynard Solomon
ISBN : 9780857128133
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Hailed as a masterpiece for its original interpretations of Beethoven's life and music. This edition takes into account the latest information and literature. Includes a 30-page bibliographical essay, numerous illustrations, and a full-color pictorial biography of the composer.

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