Search results for: five-sonatas

Twenty five Sonatas Volume III Nos 13 18

Author : Frederick the Great
File Size : 75.21 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 373
Read : 994
Download »
A collection of exercises for flute, composed by Frederick the Great.. Kalmus Editions are primarily reprints of Urtext Editions, reasonably priced and readily available. They are a must for students, teachers, and performers.

Twenty five Sonatas Volume IV Nos 19 25

Author : Frederick the Great
File Size : 38.76 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 666
Read : 1118
Download »
A collection of exercises for flute, composed by Frederick the Great.. Kalmus Editions are primarily reprints of Urtext Editions, reasonably priced and readily available. They are a must for students, teachers, and performers.

Five great piano sonatas

Author : Ludwig van Beethoven
File Size : 71.12 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 107
Read : 629
Download »
This collection features the most famous of the composer's 32 piano sonatas. Includes "Pathétique," "Moonlight," "Waldstein," "Appassionata," "Les Adieux." New introduction by Carl Schachter, and performance notes by Anton Kuerti.

The five sonatas for cello and piano

Author : Ludwig van Beethoven
File Size : 50.93 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 240
Read : 1089
Download »

Selected keyboard works Five sonatas

Author : Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
File Size : 42.98 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 351
Read : 366
Download »

Five sonatas from M thode de clarinette 1802 for clarinet and piano

Author : Jean-Xavier Lefèvre
File Size : 78.98 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 509
Read : 1139
Download »
These delightful little classical sonatas - almost sonatinas - appeared in Lefévre's Méthode de Clarinette (1802). They are technically undemanding, but they are winning in their unaffected lyric charm.

Five Sonatas Piano

Author : Ernst Wilhelm Wolf
File Size : 59.12 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 668
Read : 307
Download »

Complete Sonatas Invitation to the Dance and Other Piano Works

Author : Carl Maria von Weber
File Size : 43.39 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 536
Read : 450
Download »
DIVVirtually all of the composer's works for piano solo: 4 piano sonatas, "Invitation to the Dance," 8 sets of variations, "Grande Polonaise," others. Authoritative C. F. Peters edition. /div

Five Sonatas for P F Hob xvi 27 31

Author : Joseph Haydn
File Size : 58.27 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 332
Read : 372
Download »

Five sonatas piano

Author : Ernst Wilhelm Wolf
File Size : 22.68 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 320
Read : 227
Download »

Complete Sonatas

Author : William McGibbon
File Size : 59.57 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 475
Read : 494
Download »
Now better known for his collections of Scottish tunes with variations, William McGibbon (1696–1756) was the best-known and most popular violinist-composer in Edinburgh in the eighteenth century. His three volumes of trio sonatas—one of which survives only in fragmentary form—combine fluidity of writing with Corellian influence. The 1729 set was the first music published in Scotland for the transverse flute, and its sixth trio sonata features virtuosic violin writing as well. This edition contains twelve trio sonatas, six solo sonatas, six flute duets, and the surviving first flute part of the fragmentary third volume of trio sonatas.

Beethoven s 32 Piano Sonatas

Author : Stewart Gordon
File Size : 77.56 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 630
Read : 174
Download »
The thirty-two Piano Sonatas of Ludwig van Beethoven form one of the most important segments of piano literature. In this accessible, compact, and comprehensive guidebook, renowned performer and pedagogue Stewart Gordon presents the pianist with historical insights and practical instructional tools for interpreting the pieces. In the opening chapters of Beethoven's 32 Piano Sonatas, Gordon illuminates the essential historical context behind common performance problems, discussing Beethoven's own pianos and how they relate to compositional style and demands in the pieces, and addressing textual issues, performance practices, and nuances of the composer's manuscript inscriptions. In outlining patterns of structure, sonority, keyboard technique, and emotional meaning evident across Beethoven's compositional development, Gordon provides important background and technical information key to understanding his works in context. Part II of the book presents each sonata in an outline-chart format, giving the student and teacher ready access to essential information, interpretive choices, and technical challenges in the individual works, measure by measure, all in one handy reference source. In consideration of the broad diversity of today's Beethoven interpreters, Gordon avoids one-size-fits-all solutions or giving undue weight to his own tastes and preferences. Instead, he puts the choices in the hands of the performers, enabling them to create their own personal relationship with the music and a more powerful performance.

Multi Voice Songs A Selection

Author : Johannes Brahms
File Size : 47.10 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 985
Read : 475
Download »
Unaccompanied choral works composed or otherwise arranged by Brahms for mixed choruses as well as individual men's and women's choruses include songs, love songs, romances, quartetes, and duets.

The Creative Development of Johann Sebastian Bach Volume II 1717 1750

Author : Richard D. P. Jones
File Size : 23.5 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 852
Read : 804
Download »
This last in a two-volume study examines Bach's musical compositional development in his later years, including his time at Cðthen and Leipzig.

Five sonatas for violoncello basso continuo Sonatas 4 5

Author : Giulio de Ruvo
File Size : 86.64 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 630
Read : 746
Download »

Virtuosi

Author : Mark Lindsey Mitchell
File Size : 84.32 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 165
Read : 347
Download »
Virtuosi A Defense and a (Sometimes Erotic) Celebration of Great Pianists Mark Mitchell A bravura performance "Vigorous, opinionated, and always entertaining, here is a personal essayist of great charm and sincerity. Mitchell's erudition--his collection of odd and illuminating bits of knowledge--is always a delight and adds a sauce piquanteto the whole dish " --Edmund White "...a literary work of real lan, vibrancy, and grace--the very qualities that in his view define the virtuoso. Mr. Mitchell explores] the traditional linking of musical and sexual virtuosity, the ethical implications of the original instruments' movement, the near deification of Mozart in Anglo-Saxon culture, and, in a particularly witty section, the relationship of the virtuoso to his stool. Throughout, Mr. Mitchell's prose is humorous, intimate, and unapologeticaly polemical." --Cynthia Ozick The artistic merit of performers with superior technique has long been almost ipso facto denied. At last, Mark Mitchell launches a counterattack. In essays crackling with pianistic lore, Mitchell takes on topics such as encores, prodigies, competitions, virtuosi in film and literature, and the erotics of musical performance. Liszt, Horowitz, and Argerich share these pages with the eccentric Pachmann, Ervin Nyiregyh ("the skid-row pianist"), and Liberace. The illustrations include rare portraits of long-forgotten girl prodigies, historic concert programs, and stills from a lost 1927 film on Beethoven. Punctuating this celebration of personal voice are vignettes, running from the beginnings of the author's obsession with the piano to the particularities of concert-going in Italy (where he now lives). Mark Mitchell's piano studies led to a friendship with Vladimir Horowitz and other pianistic luminaries. With David Leavitt he co-authored Italian Pleasures and co-edited Pages Passed from Hand to Hand. He also edited The Penguin Book of International Gay Writing.

The Musical World

Author :
File Size : 25.39 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 733
Read : 1020
Download »

Isaac Alb niz

Author : Walter Aaron Clark
File Size : 75.3 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 242
Read : 420
Download »
Walter Aaron Clark here presents, for the first time in English, a detailed and accurate account of one of the most intriguing musicians of the late-Romantic period. Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909), a renowned concert pianist, created a national style of composition in such celebrated piano collections as the Suite espanola, Cantos de Espana, and Iberia. He also fostered the development of Spanish nationalism in the concerto, orchestral music, and opera. He was thus the first composer to put into successful practice the nationalist precepts of his mentor Felip Pedrell. Moreover, he incorporated contemporary French and German trends into his Spanish style in order, as he put it, 'to create Spanish music with a universal accent'. In so doing he pointed the way for Falla, Turina, and Rodrigo, the dominant figures of twentieth-century Spanish composition.

Historical Dictionary of Romantic Music

Author : John Michael Cooper
File Size : 68.28 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 517
Read : 539
Download »
The Historical Dictionary of Romantic Music covers the history of this period through a chronology, an introductory essay, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 500 cross-referenced entries on the most important traditions, famous pieces, persons, places, technical terms, and institutions of Romantic music. This book is a vital reference tool for students and teachers of music history, students and teachers and above all for lovers of Romantic music.

Complete keyboard transcriptions of concertos by baroque composers

Author : Johann Sebastian Bach
File Size : 40.77 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 195
Read : 1117
Download »
Early in his career, Bach began to transcribe for the keyboard a number of concertos for violin, oboe, and other instruments by such baroque masters as Vivaldi and Telemann. His purpose: to study and explore the works of other composers as well as to supply good clavier music for his own performances. This collection of sixteen of these celebrated transcriptions is reprinted from the definitive Bach-Gesellschaft edition prepared by Ernst Naumann and presented in a study format designed to give amateur and professional pianists and harpsichordists a lifetime of pleasurable study and use. Six of these glorious keyboard works are known to be transcriptions of Vivaldi violin concertos. Three are based on concertos written by Duke Johann Ernst of Saxe-Weimar, the son of Bach's employer at Weimar. One is based on a violin concerto by Telemann, another on an oboe concerto by Alessandro Marcello, and another on a concerto by Benedetto Marcello. The sources of the remaining works are unknown. Vivaldi, whose music Bach probably first heard in 1712, was to provide a strong influence on the young composer. Bach would eventually assimilate the Italian's style and use it with his own contrapuntal heritage and the Northern idiom in creating what we recognize today as the typical Bach style. These transcriptions, which represent his introduction to the new idiom, richly display a dynamic virtuosity that makes their performance an exhilarating experience.