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Hanon, Charles-Louis: Le Pianiste virtuose

60 Exercices

Instrumentation: Piano
Genre: Études
Langue: English-German-French-Spanish-Italian-Hungarian
Pages: 136 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Poids: 317 g
Date du parution: Février 1977
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 7783
ISMN: 9790080077832
'Learning the piano is so widespread these days and good pianists so numerous that mediocrity on the instrument can no longer be accepted. In effect, the piano must be studied for eight or ten years before performance of a harder piece is attempted. Few can spare the years for this. It takes one hour to play the volume in full. Once it has been mastered, it is enough to set aside for it a little time each day and the difficulties will disappear almost like magic. Playing will become as attractive, accurate, fluent and pearly as that of the best performers.'

This piano method by the French music teacher Charles-Louis Hanon (1819-1900) appeared in 1874, with these introductory words addressed to the realm of pianists. Almost a century and a half later, it remains among the most popular systems of piano tuition all around the world, and Hanon's name has become generic for systematic instrumental methods, even in types of popular music.

The Virtuoso Pianist appears as a publication in six languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Hungarian.