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9. LEVEY, HENRY, The Chopin Technic 43. WILLIAMS, FREDERICK A., Octave and
10. LIEBLING, EMIL, The Complete Scales Chord Studies
with Explanatory Notes. Op. 13 42. -Wrist and Forearm Studies in third,
sixths and octaves
80. MORA, FLORA, Metodo moderno de piano
para principiantes 16. WRIGHT, N. LOUISE, 12 Etudes
15. 12 Preludes
PHILIPP, I., Exercises for Independence of
the Fingers:
49. - Parti PIANO FOUR-HANDS
50. - Part II
68. - School of Octave Playing for Piano, 52. DILLER, ANGELA, and QUAILE, ELIZA-
Book I BETH, First Duet Book
69. - The same, Book II 73. Second Duet Book
70. - The same, Book III 106. Third Duet Book
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tf MUSICAL CLASSICS
EXERCISES AND STUDIES FOR PIANO
VOL. NO. VOL. NO. VOL. NO.
ARMAND, J. O. 226 Op. 37. x4 Brilliant Preludes for
Small Hands (Oesterle) DORN, A.
900 Op. 10. 40 Pieces for Beginners 25 30 Selected Studies (Oesterle) 901/902 Op. 100. 24 Studies In all major
1030 Op. 44. 15 Studies in Expression and minor keys. 2 vols.
(Von Doenhoff)
BERENS, H.
259/262 Op. 61. Newest School of Velocity. DREYSCHOCK, A.
1070
40 Studies.
The same. Complete
4 vols. CRAMER, J. B. 531 The School of Scales Complete
504 Op. 50 Pieces without Octaves
70. 142/145 84 Celebrated Studies. 4 vols. 532/533 The same, in 2 vols. '

(Beginners) 827 50 Selected Studies (Biilow)


505/507 The same, in 3 vols. 1178 The same (Spanish Edition)
508 Op. 79. 20 Children-Studies with- The same (English text), in 4 vols.
out Octaves
828/831
DUVERNOY, J. B.
509/510 The same, in 2 vols. 316 Op. 120. The School of Mech-
526 Op. 88. The School of Scales, anism. 15 studies, preparatory
Chords and Embellishments. 28 to Czerny's "School of Velocity
527/529
Studies progressively arranged
The same, in 3 vols. CZERNY, C. (Klauser)
1031 Op. 89. Training of the Left Hand 153 Op. 139. 100 Progressive Studies 50 Op. 176. Ecole primalre. 25 studies
without Octaves (Vogrich)
378 Op. 261. Exercises in Passage-
BERTINI, H. playing. 125 elementary studies
(Buonamlci) EGGELING, E.
137 Op. 29. 24 Studies (Vogrich- 161 tOp. 299. The School of Velocity. 854 Studies for Advanced Mechanical
Buonamici) 40 Studies (Vogrich) Complete Development
138 Op. 32. 24 Studies (Vogrich-
162/165 The same, in 4 vols.
Buonamlci) 150 Op. 335. School of Legato and
136 Op. 100. 25 Easy Studies (Vogrich-
Buonamlci) Staccato. 50 exercises, sequel to
Op. 299 (Buonamlci)
GURLITT, C.
758 Op. 101. 24 Melodious Pieces 79 c Op.
691 Op. 166. 25 Primary Etudes 151/152 The same, in 2 vols. 50. 24 Easy, Melodious Studies
(Oesterle) 149 Op. 337. 40 Daily Exercises (Buon- 799/800 The same, in 2 vols.
135 12 Little Pieces and Preludes amlci) 801 Op. 51. 24 Melodious Studies (me-
(Vogrich) 383 Op. 365. School of the Virtuoso. dium difficulty)
866 Scales and Chords 60 Studies in bravura and style 802/803 The same, in 2 vols.
795 50 Selected Studies, from Op. 29, (Buonamlci) 804 Op. 52. 20 Studies in Rhythm and
32, 100 (Germer) 749 Op. 453. 110 Easy and Progressive Expression
Exercises (Buonamlci) 805/806 The same, In 2 vols.
402 Op. 553. 6 Octave Studies in Pro- 1100 Op. 53. 20 Velocity Studies
BIEHL, A. gressive Difficulty (Schultze)
1101/02 The same, in 2 vols.
146 Op. 599. Practical Method for Be- Op. 54. 6 Sonatinas. 2 vols.
530 Op. 30. The Elements of Plano- ginners (Buonamlci)
422/423
playing 908 Op. 80. Rhythmical Studies
148 Op. 636. Preliminary School of
497/499 Op. 44. 25 Easy and Progressive Finger Dexterity (Buonamlci) 534/535 Op. 82. The First Steps of the
Studies. 3 vols.
Op. 718. 24 Studies for the Left
Young Pianist. 2 vols.
60
Hand (Scharfenberg) 536 Op. 83. Easiest Studies in Velocity
154 tOp. 740. The Art of Finger Dex- 537/538 The same, in 2 vols.
BRAUER, F. terity. 50 Studies in brilliant style 807 Op. 85. 24 Studies on Scales and
494 Op. 15. 12 Studies for Development (Vogrich) Complete Arpeggios
of Velocity 155/160 The same. In 6 vols. 808/809 The same. In 2 vols.
495/496 The same, in 2 vols. 1158 tOp. 755. Perfection in Style (Her- 834 Op. 90. 50 Dally Exercises in Canon
zog) Complete Form
1159/62 The same, In 4 vols. 539 Op. 100. 24 Octave Studies
BURGMULLER, F. 192 Op. 802. Practical Fingering Exer-
cises (Rolle)
309 Op. 101
Young
Album-leaves for the
500 Op. 100. 25 Easy and Progressive 193/195 The same, in 3 vols. 874 Op. 104. Fleurs de Champs. 12
Studies (Oesterle) little salon pieces in dance form
977/978 The same, in 2 vols. 147 Op. 821. 160 Eight-Measure Exer-
cises (Buonamlci) 323 Op. 107. Buds and Blossoms
755 Op. 105. 12 Brilliant and Melo-
dious Studies (Oesterle) 54 Op. 823. The Little Pianist. 73 963 Op. 112. Feuilles volant es
756/757 The same, in 2 vols. easy and progressive exercises, 601 Op. 113. Mlmosen. 12 characteris-
752 Op. 109. 18 Characteristic Studies beginning with the first rudi- tic pieces (Klauser)
( Oesterle ments 324 Op. 117. The First Lessons
753/754 The same, In 2 vols. 55/56 The same, In 2 vols.
339 Op. 130. 35 Easy Studies (without
916 Op. 824. Practical Method for octaves)
Playing in Correct Time (See 206 Op. 131. 24 Melodious Studies
"Piano Four Hands")
CHRISANDER, N. 272 Op. 849. 30 New Studies in Tech-
325 Op. 140. Album for the Young. 20
melodious pieces
1177 323 Technical Studies, as a pre- nics (preparatory to Op. 299)
paratory method for the Tauslg- (Buonamlci) 326 Op. 141. School of Velocity for
Ehrllch Daily Studies Beginners
445 First Instruction in Piano-Playing
100 recreations (Ruthardt)
877/878 Op. 148. Novelletten. 12 little
salon pieces. 2 vols.
994 Selected Studies, vol. I. 170
CLEMENTI, M. studies in the upper elementary
780 GradusadParnassum. 29 Selected and middle grades
Studies (Tausig) 995 The same, vol. II. 92 studies in
HABERBIER, E.
1112 The same (Spanish Fdltion) the middle grade
166 tGradus ad Parnassum. 100 Exer- 996 The same, vol. III. 73 studies in 191 Op. 53, Op. 59. Etudes-poesies.
cises (Vogrich) the upper middle and upper 24 pieces (Ruthardt)
167/169 The same, in 3 vols. grades
376 Preludes and Exercises (School of 997 The same, vol. IV. 58 studies in
Scales), in
minor keys (Vogrich)
all the major and the upper and advanced upper
grades
HANDROCK, J.
385/386 fl2 Celebrated Sonatas (Buona- 299 Mechanical Studies
mlci). 2 vols.
811 6 Sonatinas, Op. 36 (Kohler)
40 tl2 Sonatinas, Op. 36, 37,
(Kohler)
38 DORING, C. H.
HANON, C. L.
879/881 Op. 8. 25 Easy and Progressive
Studies. 3 vols. 925 The Virtuoso Pianist In 60 Exer-
651 Op. 24. Exercises and Studies in cises Complete
CONCONE, G. Staccato Octave-playing The same, in 3 vols.:
139 Op. 24. 25 Melodic Studies (easy 652/653 The same, in 2 vols. (Vol. I, 1071 Part I (Nos. 1-20)
and progressive) (Oesterle) exercises; Vol. II, studies) 1072 Part II (Nos. 21-43)
141 Op. 25. 15 Studies in Style and 1035 Op. 25. 8 Octave Studies 1073 Part III (Nos. 44-60)
Expression (Oesterle) 1098 Op. 86. 16 Easy and Melodious 1081 El pianista eximio, en sesenta ejer-
140 Op. 30. 20 Studies on the Singing Studies (beginning of middle clclos (Spanish edition)
Touch (Oesterle) grade)

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