New Classics to Moderns 3

Inspired by the popular series by Denes Agay, each of the six books in the New Classics To Moderns collection contains pieces by a wide range of composers, from the old masters to contemporary writers with works from recent decades.
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Produktnr.YK22132
ForlagMusic Sales
Sider32
Udgivelsesår2014
GenreKlassisk
InstrumentationPiano
SerieClassic to Moderns
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Editor: Sam Lung

A selection of original Piano music by the master composers of the past four centuries, the New Classics To Moderns series provides the pianist with a repertoire which is enjoyable for the player and listener alike.

Inspired by the popular series by Denes Agay, each of the six books in the New Classics To Moderns collection contains pieces by a wide range of composers, from the old masters to contemporary writers with works from recent decades.

Students, teachers, indeed all pianists, will find the pieces in New Classics To Moderns a priceless source of study material, recital pieces, sight reading exercises — or just relaxing musical entertainment.

This volume includes works by Seixas, Bach, Lutoslawski, Tchaikovsky and Mussorgsky, amongst others.

2–Part Invention No.10 in G Major, BWV 781 [Bach, Johann Sebastian]
Allegretto (No.3 from Les Cinq Doigts) [Stravinsky, Igor]
Contrasts (from Bagatelles) [Hurd, Michael]
Far From Home (from In The Pink) [Chapple, Brian]
Giga from Sonata in D Minor [Seixas, José Carlos]
In Solitude (from Five Pastels, Op.51) [Swinstead, Felix]
Little Elegy [Bennett, Richard Rodney]
Maman (from Album For the Young) [Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich]
Mazurka in F Major, Op.68 No.3 [Chopin, Frédéric]
Menuet and Trio from Sonata in A Major, Hob.XVI:5 [Haydn, Joseph]
Musette [Bach, Johann Sebastian]
No.1 from Piano Music For Young And Old [Nielsen, Carl]
Passepied (from Pièces de Clavessin, Suite I) [Le Roux, Gaspard]
Promenade (from Pictures At An Exhibition) [Mussorgsky, Modest]
Rondo, K.15d (No.4 from The London Sketchbook) [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]
Sonatina in F Major, Op.36 No.4 - 1st Movement [Clementi, Muzio]
There Is A Path There Is (from Folk Melodies) [Lutoslawski, Witold]