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by Paul Sheftel

ePub Beginning Piano Solos: 132 Original Masterpieces (All Time Favotites 101) download
Author:
Paul Sheftel
ISBN13:
978-0825803437
ISBN:
0825803438
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Publisher:
Carl Fischer Inc.; Piano edition (December 1, 1983)
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Music
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1323 kb
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4.9
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This comprehensive volume for beginning piano students offers the player 132 original masterpieces from Beethoven to Bartok and covers a wide range of styles. Selected by noted piano pedagogue Paul Sheftel.

This comprehensive volume for beginning piano students offers the player 132 original masterpieces from Beethoven to Bartok and covers a wide range of styles.

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This comprehensive volume for beginning piano students offers the player 132 original masterpieces from Beethoven to Bartok and covers a wide range of styles. Selected by noted piano pedagogue Paul Sheftel, this collection will offer the beginning student challenging repertoire as well as hours of enjoyment.
  • I'm a career piano teacher with a doctorate in music, and I adore this book. It has such a perfect combination of pieces that it's worth as many as five or six books all by itself. It has Bach Minuets, Mozart Minuets, Beethoven and Haydn German Dances, selections from Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Bartok, Kabalevsky....it's a wonderful cross section of the best literature. If your student has finished with the pedagogical "starter" repertoire and is ready for his/her first real classical pieces from the canon of repertoire, this is the book for that stage of development. Many books try to accomplish this task but end up being dreary with boring selections. All the selections in this one are beautiful and enjoyable.

  • Teacher recommended.....This book is an excellent source for the student that has finished method books and for intermediate to sight-reading material. I like the way it is organized by composer. The binding could be better.

  • My 9 year old's piano teacher suggested this book. For him it has been very easy to follow. He actually thumbs through the book on his own.

  • I am glad that my teacher recommended this book because I like learning the songs inside and playing them.
    Thank you

  • There are LOTS of songs in this book - and many of the well-known classics.They are all original compositions, but they are not graded, nor in the book in order of difficulty, so you have to look and play through to see what will work for your student. This seems like a great book for introducing a student to the classics, or for sight reading practice for more accomplished student.

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  • I have owned this book for years and have played many pieces out of it. The editing is authentic and honors the Original Composers and does not try and make the Bach, Telemann, Scarlatti and so on into Modern composers who only knew the dynamics of the modern piano as if original is borish and should be eraticated from the earth. No! Paul Sheftel gets it 100% Correct!

    For those of you who do not understand. There is a huge debate amongest Piano teachers that says that original classical pieces must be changed to have modern dynamics and should never ever be played as if the harpsicord existed. Then, the people who appreciate authenticity, disagree as we feel that the harpsicord was a brilliant and lively instrument that should be honored and that Bach was not a boorish composer. Paul Sheftel understands the history of music and how that historical piece should sound! He does not try to change history. I love this about him.

    Cons: No CD available. And this book is NOT appropriate for anyone who hate historical music. Go find Mikrokosmos and leave Sheftel alone if you hate historical music done right.

    Pros: He does not over edit like 99% of the other editers do. He does not tell Bach and Scarlatti that they wrote their pieces wrong. He does not edit music like other editors tend to do. Those other editors edit in such a way (as do many piano teachers) that they are saying in effect, that the original composers were boorish and very awful at composing music! I am proud of Paul Sheftel for doing Bach, Scarlatti, Lully and others correctly!

    Note: Béla Bartók's song does have the p, pp and crescendos and decrescendos, as it should have. Robert Schumann's piece does have sf and mf, plus staccotos like it should have. He also adds the appropriate dynamics for Beethoven's pieces, as they were not meant to mimic a Harpsicord.