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The RoyalConservatoryof Music is pleasedto presentCeiebrdtioh SeiesPerspe(tives@,
the iourth edition of
piano 'fhe wasfirst publishedin 1987to internationalacclaim
this renowned series. celebrution Sen?so
Subsequent editions havebuilt on this success:
Celebration The
Sedleso, Piaho (2001) in particular
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accountthe changinginterestsand needsof teachers.This achievement was recognized when The
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A Note on Edlting and Performance Pracdce

Most Baroqueand earlyClassical composerswrote few dynamics,articulation,or other performance


indicationsin their scores.Interpretationwas left up to the performer,with the expectationthat the
performance practicewas understood. Eveninto the l9th centurycomposersscorescould varyirom
copy to copy or edition to edition. The editorc of Celebrotion have consulted original
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sourceswherever possibleand havekepteditorialadditionsto a minimum.

Metronomemarkingsincludea rangeto assistthe studentand teacherin arrivingat a suitabletempo


for eachpiece.Editorialmarkings, are intendedto
includingfingeringand the executionol ornaments,
be helpfulratherthan definitive

Thiseditionfollowsthe policythat the bar Iinecancelsaccidentals. with currentpractice,


ln accordance
cautionaryaccidentalsareaddedonly in casesof possibleambiguity.

Studentsand teachersshouldreferto the companionguides the Student \Norkbaaks


and the Handboak
forTeachers-forfurtherdiscussionof style and pedagogicalelements.For examinationrequirementsof
The RoyalConservatory of Musicand the NationalMusicCertificate Program,pleasereferto the Pia@
Sullabus2008Edilion.

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Contents
Study/ Etudeno I A.lleqra
ihc Major.op 38 no 19 ,ohannwilhelmHassler 4
scalesand alternalingnotepatterns
Study/ Etudeno 2: StudAin B fldt Mdior,op. 599.no 8l CarlCzerny
gracenotes
Study/Etudeno 3: Masquerade LindaNiamath
arpeggios
Study/ Etude no 4, StudAin C Major,op 176 na 24 Iean Bapliste Duvernoy 8
staaadto
6ths and lrds
Study/ Etude no 5: S|udttin E Mihor.op 65 no 42 Albert Loeschhorn
continuityof line
Study/ Etude no 6 TheAvalanche op 45. no 2 StephenHeller l0
evennessof tripletsdividedbetweenthe hands
Study/ Etudeno.7 Came Arpiid Bal6zs t2
stdaadto
triads
Study/ Etudeno 8, Stnd4ih A Miljo/.op 176.no 15 lean BaptisteDuvernoy \3
RH adatdbil,and balanceabovean Alberti bass
Study/ Etudeno.9 TfteWd4idilop 100,no ll lohannFriedfchBurgmuler 14
brokentriadsin contrarymotion
Study/ EtLrdeno l0: DragonFlq williamL Cillock l5
dexterity and rhythmic accents
Study/ Etudeno. l1: Bl&esN, I ChristopherNorton l6
varietyof touchand rhythm
Study/ EtLrdeno 12: La loupie
/TheTop Mel Bonrs 17
repeatednotes in close position
Study/ Etudeno 13: \aure lakikql Clfford Crdwley 18
non-1d4dt0touchand contjnuityof line
Study/ Etude no. 14: BikeRide Dale Reubart l9
facility in black-and white-keycombinations
Study/ Etudeno 15, Hotsftot StephenChatman 20
syncopation
Study / Etude no. 1 Allegro in G Major
op. 38, no. 19

Johann Wilhelm Hassler


(1747-1822)

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Study/ Etudno. 2 Studv in B flat Maior
op. 599, no. 83

Carl Czerny
(1791-'t8s7)

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