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Celebration Series

Frederick Harris Music has compiled a remarkable series of repertoire


and studies books for the revised edition of the Celebration Series.
The repertoire has been selected with great care, and comprises the most
comprehensive graded series of basic piano repertoire available.
Marvin Blickenstaff

Board President, Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy

Piano Repertoire

Piano Studies / Etudes

Student Workbooks

Celebration Series Perspectives

Student Workbooks
Preparatory to Level 8

Companion books to the Piano Repertoire books


Discovery learning through a variety of activities
Hands-on writing and creative exercises to encourage musical appreciation

Answer Book for


Student Workbooks

Compact Discs
Preparatory to Level 10

An indispensable companion to the


Student Workbooks (Preparatory to 8)

Reliable and representative interpretations of every selection


in the Piano Repertoire and Piano Studies / Etudes books.

A useful, convenient, and time saving


resource for teachers and parents

An invaluable resource for style-appropriate


performance practice

Contents
Introduction to Celebration Series Perspectives
Handbook for Teachers
Minuetto, op. 37, lesson 2
Piano Repertoire
Preparatory
Level
Jumping Jacks
Polka, op. 39, no. 2
The Tired Turtle Express
Sparklers
Olie the Goalie
The Tired Turtle Express
Student Workbook
Sparklers
Sparklers
Handbook for Teachers
Arioso in F Major
Piano Repertoire
Level 1
Mist
Gremlins
Where Did the Sun Go?
Sur le pont dAvignon
Study in C Major, op. 17, no. 6
Piano Studies / Etudes
Celebration
Mist
Student Workbook
Entre in A Minor
Piano Repertoire
Level 2
Madrigal
Penguins
Jazz Invention No. 1
Jazz Invention No. 2
Scherzo, op. 39, no. 12
Piano Studies / Etudes
Study in A Minor
Entre in A Minor
Student Workbook
Madrigal
Harlequinade
Piano Repertoire
Level 3
Sonatina in G Major (First Movement)
Echoes of November
Play
Witches and Wizards
Piano Studies / Etudes
The Village Band
Sonatina in G Major: First Movement
Student Workbook
Witches and Wizards
Handbook for Teachers
March in D Major, BWV Anh. 122
Piano Repertoire
Level 4
Sonata in F Major, Hob. XVI:9 (Third Movement: Scherzo)
Dreamcatcher
The Wild Horseman, op. 68, no. 8
Nocturne
The Wagtail, op. 100, no. 11
Piano Studies / Etudes
Bike Ride
Dreamcatcher
Student Workbook
Gigue in D Major
Piano Repertoire
Level 5
Sonatina in A Minor, op. 214, no. 4
Scamp
The Lake, op. 42, no. 9
Skipping Rope
Piano Studies / Etudes
Supernova
Sonatina in A Minor, op. 214, no. 4
Student Workbook

Hook, J.
Markow, A.
Kabalevsky, D.
Donkin, C.
Niamath, L.
Chatman, S.
Donkin, C.
Niamath, L.
Niamath, L.
Trk, D.G.
Poole, C.
Paterson, L.
Markow, A.
arr. P. Gallant
Le Couppey, F.
Crosby, A.
Poole, C.
Anon.
Bonis, M.
Niamath, L.
Gallant, P.
Gallant, P.
Kabalevsky, D.
Kadosa, P.
Anon.
Bonis, M.
Krebs, J.L.
attr. L. van Beethoven
Chatman, S.
Bartk, B.
Donkin, C.
Carroll, W.
attr. L. van Beethoven
Donkin, C.
Bach, C.P.E.
Haydn, F.J.
Crosby, A.
Schumann, R.
Sheftel, P.
Burgmller, J.F.
Reubart, D.
Crosby, A.
Kirnberger, J.P.
Gurlitt, C.
Norton, C.
Rowley, A.
Gnesina, Y.F.
Telfer, N.
Gurlitt, C.

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Contents

Level 6

Piano Repertoire

Little Prelude in E Minor BWV 941


Sonata in A Minor
Winter Scene
Valse miniature op. 10, no. 10
Dance
The Gear Wheels of a Watch
Valse miniature op. 10, no. 10
Little Prelude in E Minor BWV 941
Suite No. 8 in G Major, HWV 441(Fourth Movement: Aria)
Sonatina in C Major, op. 36, no. 3 (First Movement)

Bach, J.S.
Cimarosa, D.
Gillock, W.L.
Rebikov, V.I.
Shostakovich, D.
Nakada, Y.
Rebikov, V.I.
Bach, J.S.
Handel, G.F.
Clementi, M.

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Katherine

Chatman, S.

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Srnade sur leau

Ibert, J.

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Feelin Good

Bonsor, B.

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Piano Studies / Etudes

Mechanical Toy
Elegie, op. 77, no. 2

Previn, A.
Hofmann, H.

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Student Workbook
Piano Repertoire

Katherine
Invention No. 13 in A Minor, BWV 784
Sonatina in A Major, op. 59, no. 1 (Second Movement)

Chatman, S.
Bach, J.S.
Kuhlau, F.

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Prelude, op. 43, no. 1

Glire, R.

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Petite litanies de Jsus / Little Litanies of Jesus

Grovlez, G.

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Jazz Exercise No. 2

Peterson, O.

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Piano Studies / Etudes

Janes Song
Toccatina, op. 95, no. 12

Norton, C.
Takcs, J.

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Student Workbook
Piano Repertoire

Prelude, op. 43, no. 1


Sonata in F Minor, L 187 / K 481
Fantasia in D Minor, K 397 (385g)

Glire, R.
Scarlatti, D.
Mozart, W.A.

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Decadent Sentimental Song

Manzano, M.

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Impromptu, op. 142, no. 2

Schubert, F.

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Ocean Vista

Henderson, R.W.

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Romance sans paroles, op. 17, no. 3

Faur, G.

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Piano Studies / Etudes

Scherzo, op. 19, no. 2


Study in E Minor, book 1, no. 2

Gade, N.
Cramer, J.B.

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Piano Repertoire

Prelude and Fugue in E Flat Major, BWV 876


Sonata in D Major, Hob. XVI:33

Bach, J.S.
Haydn, F.J.

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Nocturne in F sharp Major, op. 15, no. 2

Chopin, F.

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Arabesque No. 1

Debussy, C.

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Rond sobre temas infantiles argentinos / Rondo on


Argentine Childrens Folk Tunes
Bagatelle, op. 6, no. 5
By the Mountain Torrent, op. 37, no. 2

Ginastera, A.

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Bartk, B.
Hofmann, H.

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Piano Studies / Etudes

Level 7

Level 8

Level 9

Level 10

Student Workbook
Handbook for Teachers
Piano Repertoire

Piano Studies / Etudes


Student Workbooks
Repertoire List

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There are eleven levels in Celebration Series Perspectives


Preparatory Level: appropriate for students who have completed one to two years of study
Levels 1, 2, and 3: late elementary through early intermediate
Levels 4, 5, and 6: intermediate through late intermediate
Levels 7 and 8: late intermediate to early advanced
Levels 9 and 10: advanced recital repertoire
Level

Piano
Repertoire

Preparatory
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Piano
Studies / Etudes

Student
Workbooks

Compact Discs

Teacher Resources
Handbook for Answer Book
Teachers
for Student
Workbooks

Piano Repertoire
The pieces in each Piano Repertoire book (except Preparatory) are divided into several lists, according to stylistic period.
Level
Levels
12

List A
Baroque and Classical
Repertoire

List B
20th- and 21st- century
Repertoire

List C
Inventions

Levels
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Level 6

Baroque Repertoire
Baroque Repertoire

Level 7

Baroque Repertoire

Classical and Classicalstyle Repertoire


Classical and Classicalstyle Repertoire
Classical Repertoire

Romantic, 20th-, and


21st-century Repertoire
Romantic and 20th-century Repertoire
Romantic and 20th-century Repertoire

Level 8

Baroque Repertoire

Classical Repertoire

Romantic Repertoire

Level 9

Baroque Repertoire

Classical Repertoire

Romantic Repertoire

Level 10

Works of J.S. Bach

Classical Sonatas

Romantic Repertoire

List D

List E

Post-Romantic and 20thcentury Repertoire


Post-Romantic, 20th-, and
21st-century Repertoire
Post-Romantic and Early
20th Century Repertoire

20th-century
Repertoire

Introduction to Celebration Series Perspectives

Piano Studies / Etudes

Answer Book for Student Workbooks

The ten Piano Studies / Etudes books contain numerous etudelike selections and some character pieces that address specific
technical challenges.

The Answer Book for Student Workbooks is an indispensable


companion to the Student Workbooks. Teachers and parents will
find the Answer Book to be a useful, convenient, and time-saving
resource.

Each piece has a technical focus that is described in the


table of contents, and can be used as preparation for similar
compositions in the repertoire books. Each level includes works
that can be used effectively as technique builders, recital or
competition pieces, and for enjoyment.

Student Workbooks
The nine Student Workbooks in Celebration Series Perspectives
are companion volumes to the Piano Repertoire books for the
Preparatory Level through Level 8. They are written for the
student, using language and music terminology appropriate for
students at each level.
For each piece, the students interest and intellect are engaged
through an approach of discovery learning: relevant historical
and theoretical discussion and hands-on writing and creative
activities lead the student to an understanding of the essence of
the music.
The discussions cover a wide range of topics, including:
biography and style
form and analysis
harmony and texture
rhythmic preparation
dynamics and articulation
ornamentation

Compact Discs
The recordings offer representative interpretations of the
complete works from the Piano Repertoire (Preparatory Level
through Level 10) and Piano Studies / Etudes (Levels 1 through
10) of Celebration Series Perspectives. The recordings may be
used by students as a reliable reference and inspiration for a
polished performance. Teachers will find these professional
recordings an invaluable resource for style-period performance
practice.

Handbook for Teachers


The Handbook for Teachers is a comprehensive teaching aid that
draws together the Piano Repertoire and Piano Studies / Etudes
books, the Student Workbooks, and the recordings, and organizes
the material for optimum use in the teaching studio. In addition
to a detailed discussion of each composition in the Piano
Repertoire and Piano Studies / Etudes books, the Handbook for
Teachers also includes suggestions for presenting and teaching
Celebration Series Perspectives from start to finish.

The Student Workbooks may be incorporated into the lesson


or used for at-home enrichment study. Recognizing different
learning styles, the authors have included a variety of
activitiesaural, visual, and kinesthetic.

Celebration Series Perspectives offers a thoughtfully chosen, attractive grouping of


piano works for students of all types. The accompanying Handbook for Teachers and
Student Workbooks are creative and informative, providing insights and approaches that
will help deepen a students understanding about music and about practicing. Celebration
Series Perspectives is a resource that no piano teacher should be without!
Dr. David Sharpe

Senior Examiner, National Music Certificate Program & RCM Examinations

Handbook for Teachers


Written by three of North Americas leading piano pedagoguesCathy Albergo, Reid Alexander, and Marvin Blickenstaffthe
Handbook for Teachers is a comprehensive teaching resource that provides a detailed discussion of all of the pieces in the Piano
Repertoire and Piano Studies / Etudes books.
Teachers will also appreciate:
sequencing by difficulty of pieces in each level
useful and insightful practice suggestions
thorough score exploration for each piece
creative activities for students

Preparatory Level
Celebration Series Perspectives

Preparatory Level
Celebration Series Perspectives

Sparklers
Linda Niamath

Key: C sharp major Meter: 8 Form: binary

Imagine Canada Day, the Fourth of July, or any festive holiday


celebration where children and adults enjoy sparklers. These
fireworks are bright and flashy and they burn quickly. The sound
goal of this piece is a legato but steady RH melody over a crisp and
clear staccato LH ostinato pattern with vibrant dynamic contrasts.
Ask your student to keep the tempo steady from start to finish.
Presentation
Label the key and form. Ask your student to play the LH in m.
1. What is the LH chord? [C sharp major] Which notes of the
C sharp five-finger pattern are played in the cluster? [all but E
sharp]
Explore the RH melody. Does it stay within the C sharp major
five-finger pattern? [yes]
Shadow-play HS on the closed keyboard cover, focusing on
fingering and touch (legato vs. staccato)
Practice Assignment
Encourage your student to warm up with the C sharp major
five-finger pattern.
Practice HT in four-measure units, first slowly and then
gradually faster as you become more secure.
Find the four-measure question (mm. 14) and the answer (mm.
58).
From the Handbook for Teachers

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Level 3
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Witches and Wizards


Christine Donkin
Picture a dark and stormy night with winds swirling as witches and wizards glide
through the air. This piece can be quickly learned and memorized (almost magically!)
if practiced in sections. Have your student block and discover the patterns of each
section. Encourage memorization of the sections as they are practiced.
Witch no. 1 appears in mm. 14:
Block the LH D minor chords and RH 3rds in mm. 12.
Discover the RH switch in m. 3 to notes previously played by the LH.
Identify the five-finger pattern formed by the LH descending notes in mm. 35.
[G minor]
Witch no. 2 appears in mm. 58:
Name the key of this section. [G minor] Measures 56 are a transposition of
mm. 12.
Describe what happens in mm. 78. [ascending broken chords]
Wizard no. 1 arrives in mm. 914:
Find the crossed-hand patterns.
The RH plays a repeated G minor fragment for five measures followed by a
descending scale pattern. What function does the descending scale pattern serve?
[it facilitates the return to D minor]
Notice that both LH voices use the notes C sharp, D, and E, but in reverse order!
[the lower notes ascend; the upper notes descend]
Witch no. 1 returns in mm. 1518:
Is this appearance the same as mm. 14? [yes]
Wizard no. 2 arrives in mm. 1921 to conclude the piece:
Why is this section a wizard and not a witch? [it is a variant of the crossed-hand
pattern presented by Wizard no. 1] A descending scale passage effectively ends
the piece in D minor.

Emphasize the 8 time signature by feeling two beats per measure using the accents
and crossed-hand notes to mark the beats. Your student will need to listen for steady,
even eighth notes as you gradually increase the tempo to reflect the spirit of this piece.
Follow the mf and p dynamics, the accents, and the poco rit. along with the pedal to
help the audience hear the contrasts of these witches and wizards!
From the Handbook for Teachers

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Little Prelude in E Minor, BWV 941


Johann Sebastian Bach
This Little Prelude was originally from a manuscript collection of six preludes assembled by the
German organist Johann Peter Kellner (17051772). The BWV numbers are 939943 and 999.
The latter, 999, was a prelude originally composed for lute and transcribed for keyboard.
This composition has two main points for discussion with your student:
the opening arpeggiated figure which occurs throughout
the continual suspensions and resolutions present in the upper soprano and alto voices
Suspensions are extremely expressive moments and it may help to imagine singers or instruments
holding the sound. Help your student locate the suspensions [mm. 34, 45, 56, 67, and 78]
including the double suspension in mm. 56. [alto and soprano moving together!]
Find each occurrence of the RH broken arpeggio figure from m. 1 including inversions and
transpositions. [LH m. 3, LH m. 5 (inverted), LH m. 7 (transposed to G major)] As the initial
presentation of this figure in m. 1 begins with a rest, remember in subsequent presentations to
separate the arpeggio figure from preceding downbeat eighth notes.

The mid-point of this prelude cadences in the relative key of G major. [m. 11] How did Bach reach
G major? The F natural in m. 7 begins the process by setting up the dominant 7th [G7] of C. [C
major is IV in G], which begins the traditional cadence of IVV7I in G at mm. 1011.
Explore how the musical material in the second half of the prelude. [mm. 1122] relates to m. 1:
Melodic fragments are often preceded by a rest.
Arpeggio fragments or related zigzag shapes are still used.
The opening RH melody appears in the bass [m. 20] to end the piece.
Note Bachs use of the Picardy 3rd (G sharp) in the final measure.

The following practice steps will be helpful:


As two- or three-voice counterpoint is used
throughout, it will help to play individual
voices and then pairs of voices, perhaps in
the form of a student-teacher duet.
Block harmonies when possible, noting the harmonic
movement. In most measures there is only one chord.
To practice the demanding rhythm of m. 21, tap a
duple vs. triple rhythm HT. Next, divide the upper
two voices between the hands.
Practice Tips

From the Handbook for Teachers

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Student Workbooks

Built on the principles of discovery learning, the Student


Workbooks accompany the Piano Repertoire books and offer
students an engaging and thorough learning experience.
Activities include hands-on writing and creative exercises,
historical and theoretical discussions, and opportunities to
reinforce music terminology.
The Student Workbooks address a wide range of topics including:
biography and style
form and analysis
harmony and texture
rhythmic preparation
dynamics and articulation
ornamentation

Benefits for the Student and Teacher


For the Student
Interest and intellect are engaged through a discovery
learning approach.
Relevant historical and theoretical discussions use language
and music terminology appropriate for each level.
Hands-on writing and creative experiences deepen the
students understanding of music.
For the Teacher
Exercises may be incorporated into the lesson or used for
at-home enrichment study.
Practice tips will motivate students.
The Workbooks act as a teaching aid by highlighting potential
problem areas in each piece and offering innovative solutions.

Biography

Analysis

Form

Creative Exercise

Repertoire List
Piano Repertoire
Preparatory Piano Repertoire
The Tired Turtle Express.......................... Donkin, C.
Halloween Pranks....................................... Berlin, B.
Youthful Happiness....................................Trk, D.G.
A 16th-Century March........... Palmer, W./Lethco, A.
An Argument...................................................Last, J.
Singin the Blues..........................................Pearce, E.
Jumping Jacks...........................................Markow, A.
Polka, op. 39, no. 2. .......................... Kabalevsky, D.
Aeolian Lullaby..........................................Hansen, J.
Birthday Morning.................................. Coulthard, J.
Bouncing on My Bed...................................Crosby, A.
Minuetto, op. 37, lesson 2. ........................... Hook, J.
Broken Music Box.................................. Chatman, S.
Lady Moon...................................Freeman Olson, L.
The Path of the Ping-Pong Ball................. Donkin, C.
Arietta in C Major, op. 42, no. 5. ......... Clementi, M.
Birding................................................... Chatman, S.
Struttin.....................................................Norton, C.
Old MacDonald Had a Farm.................arr. B. Berlin
Sakura.................................................arr. P. Gallant
Chimes........................................................Sheftel, P.
Playful Puppy.........................................Niamath, L.
To Fly Like an Eagle...................................Crosby, A.
First Waltz, op. 89, no. 5................... Kabalevsky, D.
Sad Feelings..............................................Trk, D.G.
A Carefree Fellow......................................Trk, D.G.
Starfish at Night.........................................Crosby, A.
On a Greek Island............................... Mrozinski, M.
By the Mill Pond...............................................Last, J.
Sparklers.................................................Niamath, L.
Olie the Goalie....................................... Chatman, S.

Piano Repertoire 1
Minuet in G Major.............................attr. F.J. Haydn
Andante in G Minor...........................Telemann, G.P.
Arioso in F Major......................................Trk, D.G.
Minuet in D Major, T460............................ Clarke, J.
Minuet in C Major, op. 38, no. 4...........Hssler, J.W.
Bourre in D Minor............................... Graupner, C.
Minuet in A Minor..................................... Krieger, J.
Aria in F Major, BWV Anh. 131. ...............Bach, J.C.
Burlesque in G Major........................................Anon.
Minuet in F Major, K 2......................... Mozart, W.A.
Gremlins................................................. Paterson, L.
The Bronze Bear............................................Adair, Y.
Dream Journey........................................ Donkin, C.
Folk Song.............................................. Schnittke, A.
Spooks..........................................................Poole, C.
Silly Argument....................................... Chatman, S.
Robots........................................................Crosby, A.
A Starry Night...........................................Taranta, I.
Hide and Seek.........................................Niamath, L.

The Flea...................................................... Bonis, M.


Crafty Card Tricks................................... Donkin, C.
Duet for One.............................................Norton, C.
The Jolly Fiddler, op. 41, no. 5.......................Frid, G.
Square Dance...........................................Reubart, D.
The Alligator............................................ Krausas, V.
Croc the Curmudgeon..............................Gallant, P.
Mist..............................................................Poole, C.
On the Right Lines.....................................Norton, C.
March, op. 39, no. 10........................ Kabalevsky, D.
The Snake......................................... Christopher, R.
Carol in Canon..........................................Norton, C.
A Ball.................................................... Garztecka, I.
Where Did the Sun Go?............................Markow, A.
Sur le pont dAvignon /
On the Bridge at Avignon................arr. P. Gallant
Shes Like the Swallow............................ arr. D. Duke
Teapot Invention.......................................Markow, A.

Piano Repertoire 2
Entre in A Minor.............................................Anon.
cossaise in G Major, WoO 23. ....Beethoven, L. van
Menuetto I in C Major.......................... Mozart, W.A.
Impertinence, HWV 494.......................Handel, G.F.
Allegretto in C Major................................Neefe, C.G.
Minuet in B Minor......................................Krebs, J.L.
Menuet en rondeau................................ Rameau, J.P.
Gavotte in C Major, op. 12, no. 2..............Arnold, S.
Minuetto II in F Minor, H 196/2..............Bach, C.P.E.
A Cheerful Spirit.......................................Trk, D.G.
The Banshees Ball......................................Crosby, A.
March of the Goblins................................... Berlin, B.
Skeleton Dance.............................................Telfer, N.
Autumn Leaves.......................................Niamath, L.
The Clock...................................................Garscia, J.
Sailing by Moonlight.........................................Last, J.
A Little Song, op. 27, no. 2. ............... Kabalevsky, D.
Rag Time...................................................Norton, C.
The Mouse in the Coal Bin...........................Poole, C.
Madrigal..................................................... Bonis, M.
Penguins..................................................Niamath, L.
Faraway Regions.......................................Szelnyi, I.
The Silent Moon...........................................Telfer, N.
Mazurka................................................Berkovich, I.
So Long, See You Tomorrow......................Nakada, Y.
Turkish Bazaar.................................... Mrozinski, M.
The Argument................................. McKinnon, G.A.
Invention in A Minor................................ Silvester, F.
Invention in C Major......................... Christopher, R.
Moderato in C Major, op. 38, no. 5.......Hssler, J.W.
Petit canon No. 2...............................Champagne, C.
Canon........................................................Gurlitt, C.
Jazz Invention No. 1...................................Gallant, P.
Jazz Invention No. 2...................................Gallant, P.

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Piano Repertoire 3
Bourre in D Major............................Kirnberger, J.P.
Gavotte in G Major, HWV 491..............Handel, G.F.
Harlequinade.............................................Krebs, J.L.
Musette in D Major, BWV Anh. 126. ...attr. J.S. Bach
Minuet in G Major, BWV Anh. 114..........Petzold, C.
Hornpipe in B flat Major, Z T683. ............Purcell, H.
Andantino in A Major, op. 38, no. 31....Hssler, J.W.
Sonatina in G Major
First Movement
Second Movement. .......... attr. L. van Beethoven

Menuetto in F Major............................ Mozart, W.A.


Sonatina in C Major, op. 36, no. 1

First Movement
Second Movement
Third Movement............................. Clementi, M.
Sonatina in C Major, op. 36, no. 20. ........ Gedike, A.

Coconut Rag..............................................Norton, C.
After the Ball, op. 98, no. 13........Grechaninov, A.T.
The Song of Twilight..................................Nakada, Y.
The Elegant Toreador.............................Bernstein, S.
Douce amie/Sweet Friend............................ Bonis, M.
Play............................................................ Bartk, B.
The Sleeping Dragon....................................Telfer, N.
Clowns, op. 39, no. 20. ..................... Kabalevsky, D.
Echoes of November............................... Chatman, S.
White Sand...............................................Norton, C.
The Haunted Castle..................................... Berlin, B.
Morning Prayer, op. 39, no. 1.........Tchaikovsky, P.I.
Funny Puppy..............................................Crosby, A.
Yes Sir!.....................................................Crawley, C.

Piano Repertoire 4
Air in D Minor, HWV 461.....................Handel, G.F.
Fantasia in E Minor, TWV 33:21,
3rd section...................................Telemann, G.P.
March in D Major, BWV Anh. 122. .......Bach, C.P.E.
Minuet in D Minor, BWV Anh. 132. ....attr. J.S. Bach
Rigadoon in A Minor..................................Babell, W.
Allegretto in E Minor, op. 38, no. 24. ....Hssler, J.W.
Sonatina in B flat Major, op. 4, no. 8......... Wesley, S.
Sonata in F Major, Hob. XVI:9
Third Movement: Scherzo................. Haydn, F.J.
Sonatina in G Major, op. 36, no. 2
Third Movement............................. Clementi, M.
German Song............................................Trk, D.G.
Sonatina in F Major, op. 168, no. 1
First Movement. ................................Diabelli, A.
Sonatina..................................................Melartin, E.
Dancing on the Green.................................Gurlitt, C.
Dreamcatcher............................................Crosby, A.
The Wild Horseman, op. 68, no. 8..... Schumann, R.
Nocturne.....................................................Sheftel, P.
Play It Again.............................................Norton, C.
A Winter Melody.......................................Nakada, Y.
Childrens Game......................................... Bartk, B.

Repertoire List

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Mlodie..................................................Tansman, A.
The Rooster Crows........................................ Papp, L.
Monkeys in the Tree.................................... Berlin, B.
Happy Meeting, op. 119, no. 15. ..Grechaninov, A.T.
Fable, op. 21, no. 3.............................Muczynski, R.
Changing Bars...........................................Szelnyi, I.
Barcarole......................................................Duke, D.
Thinguma Jig............................................Reubart, D.
Chastushka, op. 89, no. 25. .............. Kabalevsky, D.

Piano Repertoire 5
Gigue in D Major...............................Kirnberger, J.P.
Allemande in G Minor BWV 836. .............. Bach, J.S.
Passepied in D Major............................. Dieupart, C.
Verso in E Minor......................................... Zipoli, D.
Fantasia in C Major TWV 33:14.......Telemann, G.P.
Bourre in G Minor................................Stlzel, G.H.
Little Prelude in C Major BWV 939............ Bach, J.S.
Allegretto in F Major................................Bach, J.C.F.
Divertimento in G Major Hob. XVI:8
Third Movement
Fourth Movement.............................. Haydn, F.J.

Sonatina in F Major

First Movement
Second Movement: Rondo. attr. L. van Beethoven

Sonatina in A Minor, op. 214, no. 4

First Movement
Second Movement
Third Movement..................................Gurlitt, C.
The Lake, op. 42, no. 9. ........................... Rowley, A.

Cha-Cha....................................................Merath, S.
Grandmothers Song, op. 27, no. 10
....................................................Volkmann, F.R.
Waltz, op. 12, no. 2..................................... Grieg, E.
Jig .........................................................Archer, V.
Little March...............................................Kenins, T.
Postlude ( la Shostakovich) op. 7, no. 6 .....Fiala, G.
Star Gazing........................................... Coulthard, J.
Sounding the Accordion............................... Takcs, J.
When Rivers Flowed on Mars.......................Telfer, N.
Arabesque, op. 6, no. 2......................... Karganov, G.
A Slow Waltz, op. 39, no. 23............. Kabalevsky, D.
Jest .........................................................Bartk, B.
Romance............................................. Kuzmenko, L.
Melancholy Reflections.....................Schoenmehl, M.
Scamp.......................................................Norton, C.

Piano Repertoire 6
Les Carillons......................................Kirnberger, J.P.
Burlesca in D Major...................................Krebs, J.L.
Aria...................................................Telemann, G.P.
Minuet in G Minor.................................Stlzel, G.H.
Scherzo in C Major...................................Bach, J.C.F.
Toccata in C Minor......................... de Seixas, J.A.C.
Little Prelude in E Minor BWV 941............ Bach, J.S.
Sonatina in G Major, op. 214, no. 3
First Movement. ..................................Gurlitt, C.

Sonata in A Minor.................................Cimarosa, D.
Sonatina in G Major, op. 20, no. 1
First Movement. ...............................Dussek, J.L.
Sonatina in E flat Major, op. 4, no. 7......... Wesley, S.
Sonatina in D Major, op. 12, no. 1
First Movement. ..................................... Hook, J.
Sonata in G Major
Second Movement: Romance..............Rosetti, A.
Sonatina in C Major, op. 20, no. 1
First Movement. ..................................Kuhlau, F.
Divertimento in G Major, Hob. XVI:G1
First Movement. ................................ Haydn, F.J.
Winter Scene.........................................Gillock, W.L.
Bright Orange...............................................Starer, R.
A Tale, op. 62, no. 3........................ Scharwenka, X.
Waltz in A Minor, op. 124, no. 4........ Schumann, R.
Song of the Cavalry, op. 27, no. 29.... Kabalevsky, D.
For Susanna Kyle.................................. Bernstein, L.
Arietta, op. 12, no. 1................................... Grieg, E.
Prayer, op. 43, no. 2................................... Glire, R.
Cancan........................................................ Finch, D.
Fantasy........................................................Telfer, N.
On the Lake, op. 77, no. 12..................Hofmann, H.
Valse miniature op. 10, no. 10...............Rebikov, V.I.
ChildhoodSpring.......................................Fibich, Z.
An Ancient Tale.............................................Filtz, B.
Hungarian Dance.......................................... Papp, L.
Roundup.................................................... Previn, A.

Piano Repertoire 7
Sonatina No. 4 in B flat Major
Third Movement..................................Krebs, J.L.
Suite No. 8 in G Major, HWV 441
Fourth Movement: Aria...................Handel, G.F.
Suite in G Major, op. 1, no. 1
Eleventh Movement...........................Fiocco, J.H.
Solo in F Major, TWV 32:4
Second Movement: Bourre........Telemann, G.P.
Sonata in E Minor, Wq 62/12, H 66
Third Movement: Sarabande............Bach, C.P.E.
Invention No. 1 in C Major, BWV 772........ Bach, J.S.
Passepied in D Major.........................Kirnberger, J.P.
Sonatina in C Major, op. 36, no. 3
First Movement. ............................. Clementi, M.
Sonata in D Major, Hob. XVII: D1
Third Movement: Finale.................... Haydn, F.J.
Fr Elise, WoO 59........................Beethoven, L. van
Sonatina in C Major, op. 55, no. 3
First Movement. ..................................Kuhlau, F.
Sonatina No. 5 in D Major
First Movement. ..................................Storace, S.
Bagatelle, op. 119, no. 1. ..............Beethoven, L. van
Arietta, op. 43, no. 7. ................................. Glire, R.
Venetian Boat Song, op. 30, no. 6... Mendelssohn, F.
Waltz.....................................................Rebikov, V.I.
Go to Sleep! op. 77, no. 9. ....................Hofmann, H.
Waltz.................................................... Kossenko, V.

First Sorrow, op. 149, no. 6......................Godard, B.


Prelude in E Minor, op. 28, no. 4.............. Chopin, F.
A Joke.........................................................Gallant, P.
Moonlight Mood....................................Gillock, W.L.
Our Little Garden..................................... Rybicki, F.
Pentatonic Tune.......................................... Bartk, B.
Prayer of the Matador........................... dello Joio, N.
Lutin/Goblin................................................ Jaque, R.
Song and Dance............................................ Papp, L.
Katherine............................................... Chatman, S.
Feelin Good...............................................Bonsor, B.
Srnade sur leau.......................................... Ibert, J.
Rondo-March, op. 60, no. 1. ............. Kabalevsky, D.

Piano Repertoire 8
Invention No. 13 in A Minor, BWV 784...... Bach, J.S.
Suite No. 1 in D Major
Eighth Movement: Gigue....................Krebs, J.L.
Little Prelude in D Major, BWV 925........... Bach, J.S.
Suite No. 7 in G Minor, HWV 432
Fifth Movement: Gigue...................Handel, G.F.
Fantasia in D Minor, TWV 33:2........Telemann, G.P.
Sonata in D Major, op. 12, no. 3
First Movement. ..................................Arnold, S.
Sonata in G Major, op. 49, no. 2
First Movement. .....................Beethoven, L. van
Sonatina in E flat Major, op. 20 no. 6
First Movement. ...............................Dussek, J.L.
Sonatina in A Major, op. 59, no. 1
Second Movement. ..............................Kuhlau, F.
Sonata in G Major, Hob. XVI: 39
First Movement. ................................ Haydn, F.J.
Prelude in B Minor, op. 28, no. 6.............. Chopin, F.
Nocturne, op. 88, no. 3........................Hofmann, H.
Andante sostenuto, op. 72, no. 2. ... Mendelssohn, F.
An Important Event, op. 15, no. 6...... Schumann, R.
Prelude, op. 43, no. 1. ................................ Glire, R.
Chanson triste / A Sad Song.............Kalinnikov, V.S.
Poetic Tone Picture, op. 3, no. 1.................. Grieg, E.
Milonga del ngel................................... Piazzolla, A.
Pink.............................................................Starer, R.
Crimson.......................................................Starer, R.
Early Morning Exercises,
op. 3/86, no. 2............................. Kabalevsky, D.
Petite litanies de Jsus /Little Litanies
of Jesus................................................Grovlez, G.
Roda-roda!...................................................Pinto, O.
O Moon........................................................Louie, A.
Sneaky................................................... Chatman, S.
Evening at the Village................................. Bartk, B.
The Little Shepherd................................. Debussy, C.
Jazz Exercise No. 2.................................Peterson, O.
Jazz Exercise No. 3.................................Peterson, O.
Etude Allegro............................................Nakada, Y.
Mysterious Summers Night................. Kuzmenko, L.

Repertoire List
Piano Repertoire 9
Sinfonia No. 7 in E Minor, BWV 793.......... Bach, J.S.
Sinfonia No. 6 in E Major, BWV 792.......... Bach, J.S.
Prelude and Fugue in C Minor,
BWV 847.............................................. Bach, J.S.
Le coucou (Rondeau)............................. Daquin, L.C.
Suite No. 4 in E Minor, HWV 429
Second Movement: Allemande.......Handel, G.F.
Suite no. 3 in E flat Major
Tenth Movement: Gigue......................Krebs, J.L.
Sonata in F Minor, L 187 / K 481. .......... Scarlatti, D.
Sonata in D Major, L 463 / K 430. ......... Scarlatti, D.
Sonata in C Minor, Wq 48 / 4, H 27
Third Movement...............................Bach, C.P.E.
Sonata in C Major, K 330 (300h)
Second Movement. ........................ Mozart, W.A.
Fantasia in D Minor, K 397 (385g). .... Mozart, W.A.
Sonata in E Minor, Hob. XVI:34
(complete).......................................... Haydn, F.J.
Six Easy Variations on an
Original Theme, WoO 77. ......Beethoven, L. van
Rondo in C Major, op. 51, no. 1. ..Beethoven, L. van
Impromptu, op. 142, no. 2......................Schubert, F.
Schlummerlied/Slumber Song,
op. 124, no. 16.............................. Schumann, R.
Nocturne in C sharp Minor,
op. posth. /KK IVa 16......................... Chopin, F.
Waltz in G flat Major, op. posth. 70,
no. 1, CT 217...................................... Chopin, F.
Notturno, op. 54, no. 4................................ Grieg, E.
Intermezzo, op. 76, no. 7...........................Brahms, J.
Consolation, No. 3.........................................Liszt, F.
Song Without Words, op. 30,
no. 1.......................................... Mendelssohn, F.
Romance sans paroles, op. 17, no. 3. .......... Faur, G.
Ocean Vista.....................................Henderson, R.W.
Romance, op. 24, no. 9............................. Sibelius, J.
La fille aux cheveux de lin....................... Debussy, C.
Over the Rainbow...........Arlen, H., arr. G. Shearing
Salta, Salta...................................................Pinto, O.
Decadent Sentimental Song...................Manzano, M.
Dreams, op. 88, no. 1. ...................... Kabalevsky, D.
Humoreske....................................... Shchedrin, R.K.
Distant Memories........................................Louie, A.
Merry Andrew............................................ Takcs, J.

Piano Repertoire 10
Fantasia in C Minor, BWV 906................... Bach, J.S
French Suite No. 5, BWV 816
First Movement: Allemande
Seventh Movement: Gigue ................. Bach, J.S.
Prelude and Fugue in E flat Major,
BWV 876. .............................................. Bach, J.S
Sonata in D Major, Hob. XVI:33
(complete).......................................... Haydn, F.J.
Sonata in E flat Major, K 282 (189g)
(complete)...................................... Mozart, W.A.

Sonata in E Major, op. 14, no. 1


(complete)...............................Beethoven, L. van
Intermezzo in E Minor, op. 119, no.2. .......Brahms, J.
Polonaise in C sharp Minor, op. 26, no. 1
............................................................ Chopin, F.
Nocturne in F sharp Major, op. 15, no. 2
............................................................ Chopin, F.
Moment musical, op. 94, no. 2 D 780....Schubert, F.
Liebestraum No. 3..........................................Liszt, F.
Crdoba, op. 232, no.4............................. Albniz, I.
Berceuse, op. 20, no. 5. ......................... Hofmann, J.
Arabesque No. 1...................................... Debussy, C.
lgie, op. 3, no. 1.........................Rachmaninoff, S.
Barcarolle No. 4 in A flat Major, op. 44...... Faur, G.
Danse du meunier /
The Millers Dance............................. de Falla, M.
The Rails, op. 16. ............................. Deshevov, V.M.
Rondo, op. 84, no. 1.................................. Bartk, B.
Six Variations on Land of the
Silver Birch..........................................Gallant, P.
Trois pices pour la lgende dore /
Three Pieces for the Golden
Legend (complete)..................................Ppin, C.
Strangeness of Heart..................................Somers, H.
Rond sobre temas infantiles argentinos /
Rondo on Argentine Childrens Folk Tunes
........................................................ Ginastera, A.
Pas de deux.................................................Barber, S.
Toccata, op. 54........................................... Takcs, J.
Six Preludes, op. 6
Prelude No. 1
Prelude No. 6................................Muczynski, R.

Synergy................................................. Gardiner, M.
Snow Games.......................................... Tsitsaros, C.
Variations in A minor, op. 40, no. 2.. Kabalevsky, D.

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Piano Studies / Etudes 2


Study/Etude no. 1: Asteroids...................Norton, C.
Study/Etude no. 2: Scherzo,
op. 39, no. 12............................... Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 3: Etude in D Minor,
op. 82, no. 65.......................................Gurlitt, G.
Study/Etude no. 4: Baseball Practice.....Niamath, L.
Study/Etude no. 5: Kangaroos................ Krausas, V.
Study/Etude no. 6: Crocodile Teeth.............Telfer, N.
Study/Etude no. 7: Study in F Major,
op. 190, no. 27............................. Khler, C.L.H.
Study/Etude no. 8: Little Lopsided Waltz

.............................................................Gallant, P.
Study/Etude no. 9: Crazy Comics........... Donkin, C.
Study/Etude no. 10: Study in C Major,
op. 261, no. 3...................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 11: Study in A Minor.......Kadosa, P.
Study/Etude no. 12: The Wind..................Tan, C.H.
Study/Etude no. 13: Celebration............Niamath, L.

Piano Studies / Etudes 3


Study/Etude no. 1: All Aboard!..............Niamath, L.
Study/Etude no. 2: Study in E flat Major,
op. 139, no. 49.................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 3: Computer Chatter.... Donkin, C.
Study/Etude no. 4: Study in A Minor........Gurlitt, C.
Study/Etude no. 5: Inter-city Stomp.........Norton, C.
Study/Etude no. 6: Arabesque,
op. 100, no. 2..............................Burgmller, J.F.
Study/Etude no. 7: Marionnettes............... Bonis, M.
Study/Etude no. 8: Study in C Major,
op. 261, no. 81.................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 9: Chinese Kites................ Fitch, G.
Study/Etude no. 10: The Village Band.... Carroll, W.
Study/Etude no. 11: Witches and Wizards

........................................................... Donkin, C.

Piano Studies / Etudes


Piano Studies / Etudes 1
Study/Etude no. 1: Relay Race . ................George, J.
Study/Etude no. 2: Two-handed Blues.....Norton, C.
Study/Etude no. 3: Soaring..................... Donkin, C.
Study/Etude no. 4: Study in C Major,
op. 125, no. 3....................................Diabelli, A.
Study/Etude no. 5: Time Travel.............. Donkin, C.
Study/Etude no. 6: Study in C Major,
op. 17, no. 6.................................Le Couppey, F.
Study/Etude no. 7: Space Fleet.................Norton, C.
Study/Etude no. 8: Paper Tigers...............Gallant, P.
Study/Etude no. 9: Both Ways..............Tansman, A.
Study/Etude no. 10: Scaly Things.......... Chatman, S.
Study/Etude no. 11: Study in G Major

....................................................... Wohlfahrt, F.

Study/Etude no. 12: Skipping Rope,


op. 89, no. 17 .............................. Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 13: Celebration...............Crosby, A.

Study/Etude no. 12: Minuet...................... Bartk, B.


Study/Etude no. 13: Study in D Minor,
op. 261, no. 53.................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 14: Study in A Minor,
op. 108, no. 5...................................... Schytte, L.
Study/Etude no. 15: Rush Hour............. Paterson, L.
Study/Etude no. 16: Bike Ride...............Niamath, L.
Study/Etude no. 17: The Milky Way...........Telfer, N.

Piano Studies / Etudes 4


Study/Etude no. 1: Allegro in G Major,
op. 38, no. 19. .................................Hssler, J.W.
Study/Etude no. 2: Study in B flat Major,
op. 599, no. 83.................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 3: Masquerade.............Niamath, L.
Study/Etude no. 4: Study in C Major,
op. 176, no. 24..............................Duvernoy, J.B.
Study/Etude no. 5: Study in E Minor,
op. 65, no. 42.............................. Loeschhorn, A.
Study/Etude no. 6: The Avalanche,
op. 45, no. 2...........................................Heller, S.

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Study/Etude no. 7: Game...........................Balzs, A.


Study/Etude no. 8: Study in A Major,
op. 176, no. 15..............................Duvernoy, J.B.
Study/Etude no. 9: The Wagtail,
op. 100, no. 11............................Burgmller, J.F.
Study/Etude no. 10: Dragon Fly..........Gillock, W.L.
Study/Etude no. 11: Blues No. 1..............Norton, C.
Study/Etude no. 12: La toupie/The Top.... Bonis, M.
Study/Etude no. 13: Youre Joking!..........Crawley, C.
Study/Etude no. 14: Bike Ride................Reubart, D.
Study/Etude no. 15: Hotshot................. Chatman, S.

Piano Studies / Etudes 5


Study/Etude no. 1: The Little Trumpeter,
op. 32, no. 4.......................................... Fuchs, R.
Study/Etude no. 2: The Merry Wanderer,
op. 210, no. 29.....................................Gurlitt, C.
Study/Etude no. 3: Prelude,
op. 39, no. 19............................... Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 4: In Church,
op. 39, no. 24............................Tchaikovsky, P.I.
Study/Etude no. 5: Dragonfly Scherzo......Crosby, A.
Study/Etude no. 6: Dance of the Dragonflies,
op. 76, no. 7..........................................Rohde, E.
Study/Etude no. 7: The Little Fly............... Takcs, J.
Study/Etude no. 8: Vivo............................Kadosa, P.
Study/Etude no. 9: Supernova....................Telfer, N.
Study/Etude no. 10: Study in G Major,
op. 139, no. 38.................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 11: Study in C Major,
op. 32, no. 16...................................... Gedike, A.
Study/Etude no. 12: Sweet Sorrow,
op. 100, no. 16............................Burgmller, J.F.
Study/Etude no. 13: Staccato Prelude,
op. 31, no. 6.....................................Maikapar, S.
Study/Etude no. 14: Study in G Major,
op. 166, no. 7....................................Bertini, H.J.
Study/Etude no. 15: Skipping Rope...... Gnesina, Y.F.
Study/Etude no. 16: Chicken Talk.. Schoenmehl, M.

Piano Studies / Etudes 6


Study/Etude no. 1: Study in C Major,
op. 24, no. 10....................................Concone, G.
Study/Etude no. 2: Barcarole,
op. 138, no. 5. ........................................Heller, S.
Study/Etude no. 3: Dance...............Shostakovich, D.
Study/Etude no. 4: Good Humored,
op. 194, no. 4......................................... Nlck, A.
Study/Etude no. 5: Toccatina,
op. 27, no. 12................................ Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 6: Fluttering Leaves,
op. 46, no. 11..........................................Heller, S.
Study/Etude no. 7: Game of Patience,
op. 25, no. 2..................................... Karganov, G.
Study/Etude no. 8: Song of the Brook....Gnesina, Y.F.
Study/Etude no. 9: The Broken Record

................................................... Schoenmehl, M.

Repertoire List
Study/Etude no. 10: Study in A flat Major,
op. 139, no. 51..................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 11: Study in B flat Major,
op. 24, no. 5......................................Concone, G.
Study/Etude no. 12: Study in E Minor,
op. 29, no. 14.....................................Bertini, H.J.
Study/Etude no. 13: Playing Ball........... Finney, R.L.
Study/Etude no. 14: Pebbles in the Water

................................................................. Papp, L.

Study/Etude no. 15: The Gear Wheels

of a Watch............................................Nakada, Y.

Piano Studies / Etudes 7


Study/Etude no. 1: Wound Up..................Norton, C.
Study/Etude no. 2: Study in C Major,
op. 24, no. 22....................................Concone, G.
Study/Etude no. 3: Mechanical Toy........... Previn, A.
Study/Etude no. 4: Etude, op. 27, no. 3

...................................................... Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 5: In a Great Hurry,
op. 95, no. 3...........................................Takcs, J.
Study/Etude no. 6: Elegie,
op. 77, no. 2.....................................Hofmann, H.
Study/Etude no. 7: Toccatina,
op. 8, no. 1........................................Maikapar, S.
Study/Etude no. 8: Cyclone............. Schoenmehl, M.
Study/Etude no. 9: Etude in C Minor,
op. 29, no. 7......................................... Bertini, H.
Study/Etude no. 10: Dance,
op. 27, no. 27................................ Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 11: Bagatelle,
op. 5, no. 9....................................Tcherepnin, A.
Study/Etude no. 12: Study in G Major
.........................................................Swinstead, F.
Study/Etude no. 13: Spinning Top.........Gnesina, Y.F.

Piano Studies / Etudes 8


Study/Etude no. 1: In Perpetual Motion.... Previn, A.
Study/Etude no. 2: Etude in F Major,
op. 38, no. 2. ................................. Stamaty, C.M.
Study/Etude no. 3: Etude,
op. 27, no. 24................................ Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 4: Dance of the Marionettes

......................................................... Tarenghi, M.

Study/Etude no. 5: Lyric Song,


op. 88, no. 7. ...................................Hofmann, H.
Study/Etude no. 6: The Gypsies,
op. 109, no. 4...............................Burgmller, J.F.
Study/Etude no. 7: Etude in D Minor,
op. 45, no. 15..........................................Heller, S.
Study/Etude no. 8: Song of the Waterfall

................................................. Loeschhorn, C.A.

Study/Etude no. 9: Study in D Major

.........................................................Swinstead, F.
Study/Etude no. 10: Toccatina,
op. 95, no. 12.........................................Takcs, J.
Study/Etude no. 11: Chromatic Etude...Chatman, S.
Study/Etude no. 12: Janes Song................Norton, C.

Study/Etude no. 13: Lied,


op. 42, no. 13....................................... Rowley, A.
Study/Etude no. 14: Classical Pop Tune

................................................... Schoenmehl, M.

Piano Studies / Etudes 9


Study/Etude no. 1: Study in A Major,
op. 68, no. 7. ....................................... Schytte, L.
Study/Etude no. 2: Study in C Major,
op. 120, no. 10...............................Duvernoy, J.B.
Study/Etude no. 3: To the Lute,
op. 37, book 2, no. 1........................Hofmann, H.
Study/Etude no. 4: Study in C Major,
op. 553, no. 1....................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 5: La promenade en traneau

.................................................................. Ibert, J.

Study/Etude no. 6: Study in E flat Major,


op. 91, no. 17............................. Moszkowski, M.
Study/Etude no. 7: Study in A Minor,
op. 61, no. 13....................................... Berens, H.
Study/Etude no. 8: Wholl Win the Argument?
op. 88, no. 2. ................................ Kabalevsky, D.
Study/Etude no. 9: Scherzo, op. 19, no. 2. .. Gade, N.
Study/Etude no. 10: Study in E Minor,

book 1, no. 2.......................................Cramer, J.B.


Study/Etude no. 11: Etude in G Major,
op. 47, no. 24..........................................Heller, S.
Study/Etude no. 12: Bagatelle,
op. 6, no. 2............................................ Bartk, B.
Study/Etude no. 13: Study in C Major,
op. 30, no. 20. ..................................Concone, G.

Piano Studies / Etudes 10


Study/Etude no. 1: Zwiegesang,
op. 52, no. 3............................... Moszkowski, M.
Study/Etude no. 2: Bagatelle,
op. 6, no. 5............................................ Bartk, B.
Study/Etude no. 3: Serenade,
op. 53, no. 5.....................................Haberbier, E.
Study/Etude no. 4: Prelude in C sharp
Minor, op. 81, no. 10 ..............................Heller, S.
Study/Etude no. 5: When the Frog

Goes Wandering.....................................Takcs, J.

Study/Etude no. 6: Etude in E minor,


op. 67, no. 5............................. Loeschhorn, C.A.
Study/Etude no. 7: By the Mountain

Torrent, op. 37, no. 2......................Hofmann, H.


Study/Etude no. 8: La voix de linstrument,
op. 70, no. 4........................................Alkan, C.V.
Study/Etude no. 9: A Trifle,
op. 2, no. 12. ....................................Lyadov, A.K.
Study/Etude no. 10: tude-Tableau,
op. 33, no. 8..............................Rachmaninoff, S.
Study/Etude no. 11: Gallop.................... Tsitsaros, C.
Study/Etude no. 12: Etude in A Flat Major
............................................................. Chopin, F.
Study/Etude no. 13: Study in A Minor,
op. 740, no. 41..................................... Czerny, C.
Study/Etude no. 14: Study in
A flat Major, op. 30, no. 19...............Concone, G.

Celebration Series Perspectives

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 ritten by three of North Americas leading piano pedagogues
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