Joseph Haydn (17321809), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (17561791), Domenico Cimarosa (17491801)

Easy Piano Pieces with Practice Tips 2

Urtext Primo – A new concept for the beginner
Edition with German and English Commentary

for: Piano

Music score (Urtext edition)

Item no.612728
Author/ComposerJoseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Domenico Cimarosa
EditorNils Franke
Leveleasy
Languagesgerman, english
Scope64 pages; 23 × 30.5 cm
Release year2013
Publisher/ProducerWiener Urtext Edition
Producer No.UT 52003
ISBN9783850557467
ISMN9790500573678
14.95 €
In stock. Delivery time: 1–2 working days (Germany )
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Description

With the new Urtext Primo series, Wiener Urtext Edition intends to bridge the gap between studying a piano method and taking additional lessons. Beginning with a performance level which is outlined by pieces such as Bach's Minuet in G (BWV Anh. 116), Mozart's Minuet in F (KV 5) or Schumann's Wilder Reiter (Op. 68/8), works by three different composers are selected for each volume in the series, with the aim of offering piano pupils (or even adults who want to resume piano playing) a wide range of repertoire pieces on the basis of which they can enhance their technical and musical skills.

The pieces' range of levels of difficulty is relatively narrow so that the volume can be used continuously over a period of about two years. This is what distinguishes the Urtext Primo approach from almost all common anthologies. The selected repertoire takes into account not only pieces of the classic canon of lessons, but also lesser known works which are in no way of less importance for piano lessons.

The Urtext Primo volumes are published in the internationally recognised standard of the Wiener Urtext editions. The explanations included in each volume shall help to deepen the knowledge of musical styles, music history and piano playing. A repertoire chart at the end of each volume gives a rough overview of the levels of difficulty of the selected pieces.

Volume 2 contains compositions by Haydn and Mozart as well as musically and educationally attractive pieces by Cimarosa.

Content

  • J. Haydn: Rondo in Es (Hob. I:85/I)
  • J. Haydn: Menuetto in B (Hob. I:85/III)
  • J. Haydn: Adagio in F (Hob. XVII:9)
  • J. Haydn: Allegro in B (Hob. XXVIII:8/I)
  • J. Haydn: Andante in A (Hob. I:53/II)
  • J. Haydn: Sonate in G (Hob. XVI:8)
  • J. Haydn: Menuet in A (Hob. XVI:26/II)
  • J. Haydn: Sonate in F (Hob. XVI:9)
  • W.A. Mozart: Allegro in F (KV 15a)
  • W.A. Mozart: Presto in B (KV 15II)
  • W.A. Mozart: Pimpinella (KV 33B)
  • W.A. Mozart: Thema in Es (KV 236)
  • W.A. Mozart: Andante in G (KV 545/II)
  • W.A. Mozart: Adagio in C (KV 356)
  • W.A. Mozart: Trauermarsch in c (KV 453a)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in D (C. 8)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in d (C. 9)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in d (C. 17)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in A (C. 21)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in C (C. 50)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in g (C. 33)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in c (C. 66)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in Es (C. 67)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in c (C. 68)
  • D. Cimarosa: Sonata in A (C. 2)