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It is fingered quite in accord with modern notions. Vogrich appositely remarks in in his preface, " Let this stand as a symbol of the im- mortality of the Gradus ad Parnassum.

The Vogrich edition is recommended not alone because of its containing all the studies, but because of its modern fingering and its practical grada- tions of wrist-work. Nourished on the masters, his own amiable personality modifies their sternness, and, it must be confessed, attenuates their reflection in this good man's music. The Twenty-four Studies [opus 70] and the Characteristic Studies [opus 95] are in the repertoire of all pianists and rank high in the curriculum of the world's conservatories.

The reason is a patent one — Moscheles, without possessing the imagination of Chopin or the brilliancy of Liszt, knew his instrument and wrote for it in accordance with his sober, elevated ideals. All these Etudes should be reverently studied. They form an excellent technical transition to the compositions of Henselt, Rubinstein and Chopin, and, besides, are worthy of consideration on their own account. As a pupil of Moscheles and an upholder of the sound traditions of pianoforte writing, Max Vog- rich is nevertheless a modern among moderns in his Six Etudes de Concert.

Virtuosity Neupert Tausig are without titles ; nevertheless, they are not lacking in characteristic qualities. Above all, they are brill- iant and effective for concert performance ; and how brilliant and effective Vogrich can be may be recalled by his Staccato Caprice, that dazzling bit of virtuosity. The first of the present set is a study of spreading patterns and showy bravura. It is really the prelude, the florid entrance to the collection.

Number two, in B major, plays about a difficult octave figure, which is very trying to the flexor and extensor muscles. It is a tremolo study and soon exhausts the endurance of the normal pian- ist. It is a melody full of oriental melancholy and languor, and very oriental in its persistency of rhythm and monotony of iteration — the true atmosphere of the East. It is bolder and more modern in its harmonies than Thalberg's Tremolo in his Concert Studies. The fourth is devoted to double thirds.

It is pleasing and valuable. In E flat minor, number five is very tricky and offers good opportunities for the left hand. It is sombre in coloring throughout. The last study is a brilliant Scherzo in E minor. Some unisono passages contain technical difficulties of an advanced character. These studies are decidedly in the Liszt style. The Seventy-seven Exercises by Edmund Neupert tax the hand, wrist and arm to the utmost.

These exercises somewhat resemble Tausig's in their audacious treat- ment of the hand. Tausig's Daily Studies still remain the apex of technical striving. A judicious use of these studies, after the hand has been thoroughly pre- pared, is highly advisable. This edition is the standard. The text, which is translated from the German by Dr. Baker, is copiously illustrated by forty-seven illustrative cuts of Leschetizky s hand.

It is lithe, nervous, remarkably well developed as to fingers and the interdigital folds. If the progressive teacher is curious to learn how Leschetizky attacks every finger, wrist and forearm problem, in this volume will be found pictures almost life-size show- ing the various positions ; also the normal position when not about to play, which in Leschetizky's case is the slightly arched or vaulted hand. Nor is this all. Every manner of technique is carefully con- sidered: Theodor Leschetizky declares the. Indeed, we may say without exag- geration that it was in the preparation of this work, and because of it, that Mr.

Joseffy temporarily aban- doned his career as a virtuoso. Knowing the Tau- sig system of technics as no one else, he nevertheless felt emboldened to work out the problems of study after his own method. Published but a short time, it has evoked a chorus of admiring tribute from amateurs and pro- fessional pianists, and has been adopted in the cur- riculum of the Vienna Conservatory. The thing that astonishes is the absolute freshness of mind which Mr. Joseflfy brings to bear upon the simplest exercise.

There is nothing cut and dried. All conventionality is abandoned, while the normal line of hand develop- ment is never deviated from. In the twenty-four divisions, beginning with five-finger exercises and ending with rhythmical studies, there is not one section that can be omitted, so closely woven is the technical web. Old familiar material is taken up and considered from a novel view-point — economy, economy of physical force, of mental force.

Nothing is included that is unnecessary to the scheme — conservation of energy. By a system of accentuation and rhythms Mr. Joseflfy gets an immense amount of work from the fingers in a short time. We emphasize this point of time and labor-saving. No one detests inces- sant finger drill more than this virtuoso ; but he knows that it is necessary, so he proceeds to solve the question after his own fashion. We do not hesitate to pronounce the section devoted to rhythmic studies the most exhaustive and original ever conceived.

Without going into detail, atten- tion may be called to the double-note exercises, extra- ordinary in their securing of satisfactory results where hitherto months were needed to attain such precision and power and flexibility. Every department of tech- nique is invaded by the penetrating intelligence of this master. His few lines of each figuration are little gems of harmony.

In the rhythmic studies he also poses varied technical problems withal, keeps the brain intent, the ear satisfied. There are in C sharp minor and G sharp minor, to instance a few cases, bits of music, fragments of pure melody. All styles of touch are illustrated ; repeti- tion of notes considered ; slides, skips, embellishments, stretches, exercises in "piano" and "pianissimo"; scales in single and double notes, thirds, sixths, octaves and chromatic combinations ; chords, octave interlace- ments and special studies for the thumb.

There has never been such a complete and novel system of piano technics as this School of Advanced Piano- Playing by a great piano virtuoso, Rafael Joseffy. YEARS of tutelage under the great Carl Tausig, as well as his own vast experience as pedagogue and virtuoso, have shown to Rafael Joseffy the value of the variant in the study of Etudes. Ceaselessly experimenting, he has subjected nearly all of the classical studies to the most careful scrutiny.

The result of some of his efforts in this field are now placed before the piano-playing world in a volume of well- known 6tudes, edited for the use of pupil and teacher. Joseffy begins with the familiar Moscheles study in C from the first book of opus Essentially a right-hand exercise, he has transformed it into a euphonious piece for two hands, the first figure starting in with the left hand a sixth below.

The entire 6tude, without losing its Moscheles-like character, is never- theless transformed. And it is also of more value, technically speaking. Paul de Schlfizer's concert study in A flat is also subjected to the same sort of treatment. Adolph Henselt's study in B flat minor [opus 2, No. Joseffy has placed the D flat study of Chopin, the famous and difficult one [opus 25, No.

This is eminently a practice edition, and makes smooth the knotty points of the work. Chopin's seldom heard A flat study [opus 16, No. The same may be said of the G flat study on the black keys [opus 10, No. It is easy to make the assertion that two such editions have never been excelled or even approached. For the first time these admirable studies in double notes — in which the pedagogic and poetic souls of Czerny and Schumann respectively are reflected as in a mirror — are given the consideration they deserve.

Joseffy has technical imagination. He treats Czerny unlike Schumann — read that passag-e in contrary motion in double sixths on page 8 of the Czerny Toccata-; and then see how completely the technical spirit of Schumann is grasped in the emenda- tions on pages 17 and 21 of his Toccata. These Toccatas are masterpieces of editorial comment. No pianist, no student, should confess to not having studied them, played them.

Von Billow long ago pointed out that the proper way to study Bach was by Bach him- self. Ferruccio Busoni, the greatest living Bach scholar and authority on his piano music, has spent years in unravelling the secret of the mighty sphinx of Eisenach. Many are the names of those who have prepared the Well-tempered Clavichord, the Inventions, Partitas, Suites and miscellaneous works for the student and virtuoso, from Czerny and Kroll to Liszt, von Billow and Tausig.

But it has remained for Busoni to make an edition definitive of the Inventions and the Well- tempered Clavichord, an edition that for reverent erudition, sympathetic interpretation and practical musicianship has no equal. What Tausig did for Clementi, von Billow for Cramer, is child's play com- pared to the gigantic task set for himself by Busoni The Forty-eight Preludes and Fugues have been re- vised, annotated and provided with parallel examples and suggestions for the study of modern piano tech- nique.

Volume One has thus far been issued. Including the first twenty-four preludes and fugues with the appendices, it makes a stout book of pages. ON this note of Bach we close. Of the editing, printing, binding, paper and general appearance of aH the studies mentioned we may remark without undue self-appreciation that they are on the accustomed high plane of artistic excellence which has always characterized our publications. With 47 illustrative cuts of Leschetizky's hand. It is distinctly practical, yet has many acute, suggestive, witty remarks that help to maintain interest throughout.

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Vols, i, 2, 3. II, 23, 25, Joseffy, School of Advanced Piano-playing. Very Easy Letters following titles indicate the keys of pieces, m stsndioc for minor Annand, J. Forty Pieces for Beginners 75 Biedermann, A. Song of the Alps. D The object of these compositions is to entertain and instruct. Albumleaves for the Young: The Tin Soldier, March. Message of the Flower, Melody. On the Meadow, Danse rustique. On the Sea, Barcarole. A The composer has caught the true spirit of these " Scenes of Childhood," and has wrought a series of charming pictures, bright in color and wholesome in tone, and so happily illustrating the sub- jects proposed by their respective titles, that they will assuredly promote zeal and zest for study.

Twelve Easy Melodious Pieces: F The same in i Book i 00 The making of the above "Stray Leaves" reveals the hand of an experienced teacher, who has maae the teaching of children a special studv. In these little musical portraits, which are "gems" of their kind, the aims of both teachei and pupil are carefully con- sidered. For balance of set see " Second Grade.

Song of the Miller Maid. C One of the best sets of teaching material, covering the ordinary dance-tune, the simple melody, the short character sketch, scenes descriptive of nature, etc. While written in the main for purposes of instruction, each piece nevertheless possesses an individual charm, which makes it equally desirable as a recreation. C These tiny pieces, adapted for the veriest beginners, are written with great skill to meet the requirements of such little players ; to interest and delight them and cultivate their taste and fancy, while offering only such difficulties as can be easily overcome.

They are in line with the best and most modern principles of teaching. C 25 Streabbog, L. C 35 Swifty N. Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary. The North Wind Doth Blow. Down by the Frog Pond. The Old Clock C " 9. F A round dozen of pretty sketchlets occupying a page apiece: They are really characteristic pieces.

Several of the pieces have little verses prefixed, to suggest the musical picture. G Six more charming little pieces, embracing the different styles and forms of the dance, which are so essential to the proper cultivation of the sense of rhythm. Their refined musical quality assures them a place in the hands of every conscientious teacher, and a grateful welcome in the hearts of all students. Six Characteristic Little Pieces: Song of the Boatman.

C Abounding in variety of mood, style and rhythm, exceedingly melodious and instructive, and particularly expressive of the char- acter which the title of each number indicates. The essential musical quality of these pieces recommends their use for the culti- vation of musical taste, and their diversified character discloses, in a primitive way, the possibilities in the expres. G 35 Biedermann, A. G The Old Man in Leather. G Ye Frog and ye Crow.

C Ding, dong, Bell. G Who liveth so merry. G The Northwind and the Robin. Bjr When the snow is on the ground. F Now, O now, 1 needs must part. G I love little Pussy. C The Little Cock-Sparrow. Sir Simon de Montefort. These nursery songs are familiar tunes that have found their way to the hearts of many a generation of young folk. In their new dress they have an added charm which will render the learner's task easier.

F 25 Engel, S. Topical Song and Dance. They form a very appropriate seauel to any set of " easiest pieces," and should prove an emcient aid in awakening and confirming the sense of rhythm. C 25 These pieces are so well and so favorably known as to make it unnecessary to dwell upon their merits. Suffice it to call attention to the superiority of the present edition, which excels every other in the market. Festive Dance, F 20 59 Klein, B. G Sans Souci 2t la Gavotte. F The Little Coquette. G Far from Home. F Greeting from Spain. C The Ballet Dancer.

D From a didactic point of view, nothing better in this grade can be found. The pieces are neither too easy nor too difficult ; they possess sufficient variety in style, character and technique, and an artistic value on a par with the best instructive literature for the piano. A charming individuality distinguishes each piece. Bach number possesses the element of popularity, which tends to lighten the pupil s labor.

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Six Melodious Dances, each No. They form a welcome change after the use of exercises and music of a more serious character. F Melodious in invention, graceful in construction, and instruc- tive in purpose. Suitable alike for talented and indifferent pupils. Twenty Short Pieces without Octaves: F For the cultivation of free melody-playing, rhythmical inde- pendence and musical taste, no better teaching pieces could be found. For bal- ance of set see "Second Grade. One Dozen and Th Pianists: F 3- A la Valse.

The Hand-organ Man Plays. G 35 25 25 40 40 40 25 40 25 25 25 25 25 40 40 Melodious little pieces for beginners, of just the sort that teachers like to find. They are fitted out with attractive titles — quite in the Schumann manner. All are carefully fingered. G 25 In much the same style as the preceding. A Set of Easy Pieces without Octaves: On the Mossy Bank. F 50 These ten merry little pieces are perhaps a shade beyond the most elementary stage. They are easy and offer no difficulties that careful preliminary training will not readily overcome; yet each piece has point and charm of melody and a picturesqueness that will interest the pupil and incite his ambition to study.

They are all very carefully and fully fingered. F 35 Reinecke, C, Op. Dancing under the Linden-tree. Little Birdie is Dead. Return of the Gondolier. Album for the Young Vogrich: C Smith, Hannah, Op. Little Tunes for Little Hands. F Tin Soldiers' Parade.

Six Characteristic Little Pieces for Beginners: The Brook that ran into the Sea. The Little Shadow Folk. The Land of Nod. C These eight little pieces are written with great skill to meet the requirements of little players. They are in line with the best modern principles of pedagogy. Zum Anfang To begin with. Piano Solo Pieces — Grade 2 laumfelder, F. Rondo mignon 35 Good Humour 35 Beringer, 0. Hunting Scene 25 Op. Slumber Song 40 Duvernoy, J. La Babillarde The Gossip 35 Op. Barcarolle 35 Gade, N.

Entrance March 25 Gael, H. These pieces are not at all somnolent in character, but have a soothing, nerve-resting swing of rhythm and melody which is precisely what so many nervous little folk need to get good steady rhythm into their tingers. The Posthorn 25 Op. The Chase 25 Op. Sal to mortale 35 Op. Rustic Revels 35 Op. Scherzino 50 Hayda, J. Six Pieces for Young Players: Complete i 25 No. Little Cradle Song 25 " 6. Barcarole 25 " 8. Grand Parade " 9.

Evening Bell 25 A collection famous in all countries. It has stood the test of years, and has delighted and benefited hundreds of thousands. Special attention is invited to the present edition, which is care- fully fingered, phrased and edited by Karl Klauser, and presents a general neat appearance that makes it enjoyable even to the eye. Aria 25 Mayer, C, Op.

Tarantella 35 Meister, W. Friendship 25 " 9. Good Night 25 For the cultivation of free melody-playing, rhythmical inde- pendence and musical taste, no better pieces could be found. The Sleighride 35 Op. The Secret 20 " 3. Hunting Song 25 Cavatine 25 Reinhold, H. The March of Fingall's Men 25 Op. Walu 25 Rohde, E. Tyrolienne 25 SchmoU, H. The Shepherd's Repose, Idyl. March of the Recruits. One of the very best sets of teaching material, covering the ordinary dance-tune, the simple melody, the short character-sketch, scenes descriptive of nature, etc.

While written in the main for the purposes of instruction, each piece nevertheless possesses an indi- vidual charm which makes it equally desirable as a recreation. Twelve Pieces without Octaves: The Ballet Dancer 25 A Cloudy Morning 25 In the Woods 35 Morning Hymn 25 Sailor's Song 35 Tyrolean 25 These pieces are of very simple character, but pleasing and melodious, and with a certain picturesque charm that removes them far from the commonplace and that will be sure to find a place in the hearts of young players.

Various technical problems m their most elementary form are suggested in a way that will stimulate ambition to overcome them. Splendid recreation after more serious study. Galop Come Along to the Dance. Complete in i Book i 00 Ten melodious characteristic pieces, full of intelligence, life, cheerfulness and skilful workmanship ; admirably suited for teaching purposes, and presenting a rich variety of technique, rhythm, form and mood.

Tyrolese Waltz 35 Tschaikowsky, P. Song of the Lark. G 25 Scenes of Youth. Polka 25 Wilm, N. Tarentelle 40 " 2. Petite RSverie 25 " 3. Scherzetto 50 " 4. Petite S6r6nade 25 " 5.

Polka-Ballet 40 Coming from the hand of one of the most successful of modern French writers, these pieces possess the elements, so characteristic of the French school, of grace, vivacity and irresistible buoyancy. Scherzo 50 Heller, S. Valse petite 75 " 6. Alia Tarantella 75 Jadassohn, S. Prelude 35 25 35 25 35 25 25 35 Of a refined musical character, and written by one of the fore- most pedagogues of modern times, no other proof is needed of their adaptability and usefulness for teaching purposes. They are models of style, grace and form.

Capriccietto 35 Klein, B. C, Eight Little Songs without Words: You and L Love Song. Little studies in the form of pieces ; they may be given to pupils who hate "studies" and continually wish for " pieces. Song without Words 3- Children's Round 4. The Angel in the Dream 25 " 8. The Nightingale 25 " 9. Spinning Song 25 " The Ghost in the Chimney 25 " II. The Little Rope Dancers 25 A collection famous in all countries. Two Pieces each 50 Liebling, M.

In the Woods 60 Low, J. Pleasures of Spring 35 " 4. On Flowering Mead 35 Complete in i Book i 00 These picturesque and dainty pieces are among the most at- tractive of Merkel's works for piano-players of the earlier grades. They are for players of moderate proficiency, and are fully fingered and edited by William Scharfenberg. Barcarolle 35 Equal to the best of their kind. Hand over Hand 35 Eighteen Easy Pieces: The Evening Star 25 La Reine. Gavotte 25 Reinhold, H.

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Valse pittoresque 25 68 Reinecke, C, Op. March " 7- Scherzo " 8. Album for Young Pianists. Like a Folk-song " 3. Tale i" 25 " 8. Andante f Schumann, R. Evening 25 Peasant Dance 35 Thoma, R. Waltz 35 Tschaikowsky, P. The Chase 65 Beethoven, L. Scherz-Polka 50 Une Perle. Bluette 60 Bohin, C, Op. Les Soir6es de Famille. Six Pieces in 2 Books: Return of the Reapers. Elfin Dance 25 Albumleaf.

Wanderlied 35 Handel, G. Without Octaves 35 Haydn, J. Sailor's Song 25 Op. Romance 25 Jensen, A. Albumblatt 25 Klein, B. C, A Nosegay for Young Pianists. Six delightful little parlor-pieces. They are melodious, enter- taining, finely conceived tone-pictures. From a technical point of view, they aim at a variety of purposes, which lends an additional value to them as model instructive pieces. In the Forest 35 Scherzo. Among the numerous compositions by this most prolific com- poser, the above set has enjoyed unequalled popularity.

Written in 8 light vein, yet with a distinctlv didactic aim, they are a source of pleasure to the teacher, and of delight to the pupil. Merry Mood 35 Op.

Ball Scene 35 Op. Longing for Home 35 Op. On the Meadow 35 Devotion 25 Loeschhom, A. Edited and fingered by W. On Wings of Song. Bridal Chorus, from " Lohengrin " 35 " 7. Casta Diva, from "Norma" 50 " Parigi, o cara, from " La Traviata" 50 " Dost Thou Know that Land? Meyerbeer 50 " Hear Me, Norma, from "Norma" 50 " March of Peace, from "Rienzi" 35 " Braun 35 " Hunter's Song, from " Martha " 35 " Esser 35 " Drinking Song from " Lucrezia Borgia" 35 " Si, fino all'ore estreme, from " Norma" 35 " Ernani, Fly With Me, from "Ernani" 35 " Air from " Lucia di Lammermoor " 35 " Proch 35 " Finale from " Lucrezia Borgia " 35 " March from " Norma " 35 " Barcarolle from " Masaniello " 35 " Que fais-tu, blanche Tourterelle?

To Spring Au Printemps. The Gipsy Boy in the North. These pieces are presented in skilful transcriptions, accessible to the amateur, and available for purposes of instruction and recreation. The arrangements are dis- tinguished by the absence of technical difficulties, especially of octaves ; their arrangement was made with special reference to the requirements of the " intermediate grade. Wanderer's Song 25 Mozart, W. Klee 20 Rondo k la Turque, from Sonata. A 35 Sonata No. Lebert 30 Munro, D. Sweetly Singing 60 Pacher, J. In Camp 25 " II. Toccatina 50 Reinhold, H. At the Fountain 35 Rendano, A.

La Fontaine 35 Op. La Chute du Jour. Barcarolle 35 " 2. Hunter's Return 35 Op. Glad Anticipation 35 " 2. The Naiad 35 Brigrht, cheerful melodies, strong rhythmical contrasts, and easy technical passages, render these pieces very useful to pupils at this stage of progress. Complete Score pages - 9. For 17 years we provide a free and legal service for free sheet music without asking you anything in exchange. If you use and like Free-scores.

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