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From Schoenberg to Ligeti

Easy Piano Pieces of the 20th Century
Product number: ED 9478
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A comprehensive compendium of 20th-century musical styles, these 28 pieces by 23 composers were selected by one of the most influential piano teachers of our time. Pieces by Schoenberg, Scott, Prokofiev, Schulhoff, Hindemith, Poulenc, Kabalevski, Seiber, Pütz, Françaix, Hurnik, Ligeti, B. Hummel, Theodorakis, Regner, Beyer, Eben, Constantinescu, Shchedrin, Pärt, Schoenmehl and Zender.


A. Schönberg: Little Piece for Piano op. 19/2
C. Scott: The Monkey, The Giraffe
S. Prokofieff: Promenade, Historiette
E. Schulhoff: Invention
P. Hindemith: Song
F. Poulenc: Complainte, Klage, Lament
D. Kabalewski: Soantina
M. Seiber: Blues, Toccatina
E. Pütz: 5/4 Boogie
J. Francaix: Das verträumte Kind
I. Hurnik: A wistful Waltz
G. Ligeti: Tempo di Valzero
B. Hummel: Prelude, Little Melody
M. Theodorakis: Prelude
H. Regner: In the Cave
F.M. Beyer: Avanti
P. Eben: Musical Box
P. Constantinescu: The Fox and the Raven
R. Shchedrin: Twelve Notes
A. Schnittke: Children´s Piece
A. Pärt: To Alina
H. Zender: Don´t fell like it today
M. Schoenmehl: The ruined record

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From Schoenberg to Ligeti
Easy Piano Pieces of the 20th Century
French, German, English
Level of difficulty:
easy - intermediate
Schott Music

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Product number:
ED 9478
0,18 kg
23.1cm x 30.3cm
Saddle-wire stitching

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For piano beginners from the age of 4 – but also for young and adult beginners without previous knowledge

  • Beginning with improvisation, playing by ear – at first without notes:
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  • Playful first steps through the black keys, with the pentatonic scale as basis for first improvisations
  • Special yellow 'teacher's pages' contain suggestions and tips, providing even more flexibility in the individual work with the pupils.

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