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Maestro e scolaro

Studies for piano duet (Bertini, Czerny, Diabelli, Duvernoy, Gurlitt)

Compiled and edited by Lakos Ágnes
Setting: Piano Duet
Series: Musical Expeditions
Genre: Studies
Length: 52 pages
Format: K/4 (23,5x31)
Weight: 221 g
Published: March 2010
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14703
ISMN: 9790080147030
Piano students can most easily get to know and enjoy chamber music through four-hands playing. It is no accident that this volume makes reference to the title of Haydn's famous piece Il maestro e lo scolare, since the four-hands etudes it contains provide opportunities for teacher and pupil to make music together. The teacher can always play the more difficult part (this is sometimes the 'Secondo', sometimes the 'Primo') and the student the easier one.

Contents

11.
Czerny, Carl: Studie
22.
Gurlitt, Cornelius: Studie
24.
Duvernoy, Ch.: Studie
25.
Bertini, Henri: Studie