Fritz Emonts (19202003)

The European Piano Method 1

The European Piano Method in three languages

for: Piano

Music lesson book, demo CD

Item no.150065
Author/ComposerFritz Emonts
Levelvery easy
Languagesgerman, english, french
Scope88 pages; 23 × 30.5 cm
Release year1998
Publisher/ProducerSchott Music
Producer No.ED 7931-50
ISBN9783795754358
ISMN9790001124713
21.00 €
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Description

Following the very successful piano method published in two volumes between 1958 and 1962, the three-volume European Piano Method represents a new textbook which takes into account the development of modern piano pedagogy.

7 Winning Features of the Emonts Method:

  • Songs from many European countries
  • Pupils begin to play without music notation
  • Improvisation and playing on the black keys
  • Development of listening skills and aural awareness
  • Simple and logical learning structure
  • Lots of duets
  • Attractive full-colour illustrations

Content

  • Preface
  • Playing with the Black Keys
  • Playing by Ear
  • Tunes in the 5-Note Range
  • Songs with 6 Notes and More
  • Easy Accompaniment
  • Playing from Printed Music
  • Playing with 3 Fingers
  • Playing with 5 Fingers
  • Playing with 5 Fingers in Different Parts of the Keyboard
  • Starting on F
  • Starting on C
  • Major and Minor
  • Starting on D
  • Quavers (Starting on G)
  • Starting on A
  • Changing the Hand Position Withing the Same Piece
  • Legato, Staccato
  • Index of SongsIndex of Songs: Ah! Vous dirai-je, maman
  • Air populaire
  • Al die willen te kap'ren varen
  • Allons à Bordeaux
  • Alte spanische Melodie
  • Au clair de la lune
  • Bumble-bee Song
  • Carillon de Vendôme
  • C'est le roi Dagobert
  • Chanson hongroise
  • Chanson des esquimaux
  • Chanson de l'abeille
  • Chanson de berger
  • Chanson à danser
  • Chanson de marin néerlandaise
  • Dancing Tune
  • Danse russe
  • Der Kuckuck und der Esel
  • Der Meyen
  • Die Glocken von Vendôme
  • Die Tiroler sind lustig
  • Din, don
  • Dutch Sailor's Song
  • Eine kleine Geige möcht' ich haben
  • Folk Tune
  • Fuchs, du hast die Gans gestohlen
  • Girls and Boys Come Out to Play
  • Good Morning
  • Hänsel und Gretel
  • Hopp, hopp, hopp
  • Hungarian Folk Song
  • Il était un petit navire
  • Ist ein Mann in' Brunn' gefallen
  • J'ai du bon tabac
  • Je suis un petit garcon
  • Kommt, wir wollen singen, tanzen
  • Kuckuck
  • Le coq est mort
  • Les Tyroliens sont joyeux
  • Lied der Eskimos
  • L'inverno è passato
  • Little Bo-Peep
  • Little Sally Waters
  • Mélodie espagnole ancienne
  • Merrily We Roll Along
  • Michael Finnigin
  • Morgen kommt der Weihnachtsmann
  • Niederländisches Seemannslied
  • Oh When the Saints Go Marching In
  • Old Spanish Tune
  • Prends garde au loup, bergère
  • Que fais-je, pauvre petite fille
  • Russischer Tanz
  • Russian Dance
  • Shepherd's Song
  • Song of the Eskimos
  • Summ, summ, summ
  • Sur le pont d'Avignon
  • Swanee River
  • Tanzlied
  • The Bells of Vendôme
  • The Bells in the Steeple
  • The Tyroleans are Merry
  • This Old Man
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
  • Ungarisches Lied
  • Volksweise
  • Was mach' ich armes Mädchen
  • Was soll das bedeuten
  • Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär'
  • What Shall I do Poor Little Girl
  • Winter ade
  • Zeg Moeder, waar is Jan