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Northern Lights

Romantic piano pieces

Compiled and edited by Lakos Ágnes
Setting: Piano
Series: Musical Expeditions
Genre: Pedagogical performance pieces
Length: 60 pages
Format: K/4 (23,5x31)
Weight: 0.24 kg
Published: March 2011
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14761
ISMN: 9790080147610
This collection of character pieces by Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian and Danish composers is a good illustration of the fact that there is plenty to discover in those areas of Europe that more rarely enjoy the limelight. The composers featured in this volume were all famous in their day, and not only participated in European musical life but also helped to shape it: the Norwegian Agathe Backer-Grondahl, for example, was a pupil of Ferenc Liszt and Hans von Bülow, the Swede Ludvig Norman was also an outstanding concert pianist, and Niels Wilhelm Gade was the most important Danish romantic composer, conductor of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and a friend of Mendelssohn and Schumann.

Contents

1.
Merikanto, Oskar: Valse a la Chopin, Op. 6, No. 5
2.
Merikanto, Oskar: Barcarola
3.
Sohlström, Edith: Elegie
4.
Melartin, Erkki: Sadness
5.
Kuula, Toivo: The mutton dance
6.
Norman, Ludvig: Elegie (Album leaves, Op. 11, No. 4)
7.
Norman, Ludvig: Impromptu (Op. 11, No. 6)
8.
Norman, Ludvig: Fantasy pieces (Op. 5) No. 3
9.
Norman, Ludvig: Fantasy pieces (Op. 5) No. 1
10.
Backer-Grondahl, Agathe: Spanish (Fantasy pieces, Op. 55, No. 4)
11.
Backer-Grondahl, Agathe: Lamentation (Fantasy pieces, Op. 36, No. 1)
12.
Backer-Grondahl, Agathe: Summer song (Fantasy pieces, Op. 45, No. 3)
13.
Backer-Grondahl, Agathe: Hungarian (Fantasy pieces, Op. 55, No. 2)
14.
Schytte, Ludvig: Sérénade (Short lyrical pieces, Op. 55, No. 2)
15.
Schytte, Ludvig: Scherzino (Op. 55, No. 3)
16.
Schytte, Ludvig: The little mermaid (Fairy tales, Op. 107, No. 7)
17.
Schytte, Ludvig: The jumpers (Op. 107, No. 10)
18.
Schytte, Ludvig: Album leaf (Album leaves, Op. 54, No. 5)
19.
Gade, Niels Wilhelm: Humoresque (Aquarelles, Op. 19/I, No. 4)
20.
Gade, Niels Wilhelm: Elegie (Op. 19/I, No. 1)
21.
Gade, Niels Wilhelm: Scherzo, (Op. 19/II, No. 5)
22.
Gade, Niels Wilhelm: Barcarola (Op. 19/I, No. 5)