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Lakos Ágnes: Veselá klavírna skola 1

(Slovak-Hungarian edition)

Translated by Samarjay Mária
Composer-contributor: Orbán György
Illustrated by Diederich, Christina
Setting: Piano
Genre: Method, Tutor
Language: Slovak, Hungarian
Length: 108 pages
Format: K/4 (23,5x31)
Published: August 2011
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14749
ISMN: 9790080147498
Ágnes Lakos writes the following about her four-volume piano tutor, enlivened with cheerful illustrations by Christina Diederich: „A friendly piano tutor, without dry finger exercises, full of little masterpieces and colourful as a picture book! Piano playing can only be learnt with attractive, good quality works from the very beginning. J. S. Bach composed masterful character pieces for his children and his many pupils; 18th-century piano tutors contained a selection of performance pieces, so that from their first encounter with the piano, learners could feel that they were performers. This is precisely what we are aiming at too.” The piano pieces in the four volumes represent every stylistic period of music history. The numerous works for three or four hands can be performed together with the teacher or with another pupil.