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v. : ill ; 24 cm.
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ML128 .P3 C65 1995 PT.1 In-library use
ML128 .P3 C65 1995 PT.2 In-library use
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2 v. ; 22 cm.
  • Ch. 1. Fortepiano, educational-pedagogical repertoire
  • Ch. 2. Soviet music publications.
  • Ch. 1. Fortepiano, educational-pedagogical repertoire
  • Ch. 2. Soviet music publications.
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ML128 .P3 G67 1983 In-library use
ML128 .P3 G67 1983 CH.2 In-library use
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xliv, 1169 pages ; 25 cm
  • Preface Using the Guide Abbreviations American Agents, Distributors, or Parent Companies of Music Publishers Address of Music Publishers Part I: Individual Composers: Their Solo Piano Works in Various Editions and Facsimile Reproductions Part II: Anthologies and Collections Bibliography Appendix: Historical Recital Programs Anton Rubinstein, 1885-1886 Ferruccio Busoni, 1911 Ossip Gabrilowitsch, 1915-1916 Indexes: Alphabetical List of Composers under Nationality Designations Black Composers Women Composers Compositions for Piano and Live or Recorded Electronics Compositions for Prepared Piano Title Index to Anthologies and Collections Title Index to Anatomy of a Classic, Vistuoso Series, and Van Cliburn Competition commissioned works and Publishers.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire continues to be the go-to source for piano performers, teachers, and students. Newly updated and expanded with over 250 new composers, this incomparable resource expertly guides readers to solo piano literature. What did a given composer write? What interesting work have I never heard of? How difficult is it? What are its special musical features? How can I reach the publisher? It's all here. Featuring information for more than 2,000 composers, the fourth edition includes enhanced indexes. The new "Hinson" will be an indispensable guide for many years to come.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface Using the Guide Abbreviations American Agents, Distributors, or Parent Companies of Music Publishers Address of Music Publishers Part I: Individual Composers: Their Solo Piano Works in Various Editions and Facsimile Reproductions Part II: Anthologies and Collections Bibliography Appendix: Historical Recital Programs Anton Rubinstein, 1885-1886 Ferruccio Busoni, 1911 Ossip Gabrilowitsch, 1915-1916 Indexes: Alphabetical List of Composers under Nationality Designations Black Composers Women Composers Compositions for Piano and Live or Recorded Electronics Compositions for Prepared Piano Title Index to Anthologies and Collections Title Index to Anatomy of a Classic, Vistuoso Series, and Van Cliburn Competition commissioned works and Publishers.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire continues to be the go-to source for piano performers, teachers, and students. Newly updated and expanded with over 250 new composers, this incomparable resource expertly guides readers to solo piano literature. What did a given composer write? What interesting work have I never heard of? How difficult is it? What are its special musical features? How can I reach the publisher? It's all here. Featuring information for more than 2,000 composers, the fourth edition includes enhanced indexes. The new "Hinson" will be an indispensable guide for many years to come.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 H5 2014 In-library use
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xxvii, 331 pages ; 29 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
  • List of abbreviations
  • List of publishers
  • Preface
  • Introduction to Portuguese piano music
  • Composers born or flourished in the 18th century
  • Composers born or flourished in the 19th century
  • Composers born or flourished from 1900 to 1950
  • List of composers (complete)
  • List of composers of the 18th century
  • List of composers of the 19th century
  • List of composers from 1900 to 1950
  • List of composers from 1951 to 2010
  • List of women composers.
As the first book of its kind, Nancy Lee Harper's Portuguese Piano Music: An Introduction and Annotated Bibliography fills the gap in the historical record of Portuguese piano music from its start in the 18th century to the present. While although Spanish piano music is well documented owing to the reputation of such composers as Isaac Albeniz, Enrique Granados, and Manuel de Falla, our knowledge of compositions in the tradition of Portuguese piano music has not fared as well, barring the work of Carlos Seixas (1704-1742). This obscurity, however, reflects poorly on the history of early piano music in light of the many compositions written for fortepiano on behalf of the Portuguese court during the first half of the 18th century. Indeed, it was in the royal halls of King John V during his reign from 1706 to 1750 where the early fortepiano was frequently heard. In Portuguese Piano Music, Harper explores this rich musical tradition, offering a brief introduction to the pianistic history of Portugal and overviews of Portugal's contributions to solo piano music, piano in instrumental chamber music, piano concerti, piano for multiple pianists including with works with electronics, and didactic piano. While paying close attention to female composers, Harper adds an annotated and graded bibliography that presents readers with a comprehensive inventory of compositions. Appendixes include a selected discography, list of publishers, and other types of critical source information. To further illustrate its contents, Portuguese Piano Music contains a CD on which Harper performs representative repertoire, some of which are world premieres. This work is aimed at pianists, teachers, pupils, musicologists, and music lovers seeking to discover the remarkable world of Portuguese piano music.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • List of abbreviations
  • List of publishers
  • Preface
  • Introduction to Portuguese piano music
  • Composers born or flourished in the 18th century
  • Composers born or flourished in the 19th century
  • Composers born or flourished from 1900 to 1950
  • List of composers (complete)
  • List of composers of the 18th century
  • List of composers of the 19th century
  • List of composers from 1900 to 1950
  • List of composers from 1951 to 2010
  • List of women composers.
As the first book of its kind, Nancy Lee Harper's Portuguese Piano Music: An Introduction and Annotated Bibliography fills the gap in the historical record of Portuguese piano music from its start in the 18th century to the present. While although Spanish piano music is well documented owing to the reputation of such composers as Isaac Albeniz, Enrique Granados, and Manuel de Falla, our knowledge of compositions in the tradition of Portuguese piano music has not fared as well, barring the work of Carlos Seixas (1704-1742). This obscurity, however, reflects poorly on the history of early piano music in light of the many compositions written for fortepiano on behalf of the Portuguese court during the first half of the 18th century. Indeed, it was in the royal halls of King John V during his reign from 1706 to 1750 where the early fortepiano was frequently heard. In Portuguese Piano Music, Harper explores this rich musical tradition, offering a brief introduction to the pianistic history of Portugal and overviews of Portugal's contributions to solo piano music, piano in instrumental chamber music, piano concerti, piano for multiple pianists including with works with electronics, and didactic piano. While paying close attention to female composers, Harper adds an annotated and graded bibliography that presents readers with a comprehensive inventory of compositions. Appendixes include a selected discography, list of publishers, and other types of critical source information. To further illustrate its contents, Portuguese Piano Music contains a CD on which Harper performs representative repertoire, some of which are world premieres. This work is aimed at pianists, teachers, pupils, musicologists, and music lovers seeking to discover the remarkable world of Portuguese piano music.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 H25 2013 In-library use In process
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xiii, 249 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • An introduction and a challenge
  • Chronological list of composers
  • Skill levels
  • pt. 1. The bibliography. Explanation of methods ; Collected editions
  • pt. 2. Core repertoire. Explanation of methods ; By skill level ; By comparable genre
  • Ensemble repertoire
  • Selected single issue publications
  • Contact information for music publishers.
No thoughtful observer of America's love affair with the piano and piano music would ever suggest that, on the Western side of the Atlantic, the splendid accomplishments of European composers and performers have not been generously embraced. The treasury of European keyboard music, to the present day, represents the lion's share of the repertory studied, taught, publicly presented, and recorded in this country. Such widespread appreciation, nonetheless, has brought relative obscurity to those composers of piano music who cultivated their art as citizens or residents of the United States. Professor Keith Ward addresses this state of affairs and with his work invites pianists - from beginners to concert artists as well as teachers - to reconsider the virtues of the often dismissed body of American keyboard music dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, especially in light of its availability in recently published collections. The assistance he offers takes the following forms: a documented explanation of the historical forces that conditioned this development; an analytical inventory of the contents of collections published primarily since the American Bicentennial; an annotation for each collection, including commentary on editorial practices; an assessment of the technical difficulty of each piece; an identification of American repertoire of comparable merit to compositions making up the teaching and performing canons; a master list of relevant composers; and a directory of recent publishers of American piano music. There is no apology in his advocacy of American-made music just as there is no reason to question the significance of revered European masters. Instead, he argues eloquently for making a place for American piano music again in the American parlor and on the American concert stage, where it once flourished.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • An introduction and a challenge
  • Chronological list of composers
  • Skill levels
  • pt. 1. The bibliography. Explanation of methods ; Collected editions
  • pt. 2. Core repertoire. Explanation of methods ; By skill level ; By comparable genre
  • Ensemble repertoire
  • Selected single issue publications
  • Contact information for music publishers.
No thoughtful observer of America's love affair with the piano and piano music would ever suggest that, on the Western side of the Atlantic, the splendid accomplishments of European composers and performers have not been generously embraced. The treasury of European keyboard music, to the present day, represents the lion's share of the repertory studied, taught, publicly presented, and recorded in this country. Such widespread appreciation, nonetheless, has brought relative obscurity to those composers of piano music who cultivated their art as citizens or residents of the United States. Professor Keith Ward addresses this state of affairs and with his work invites pianists - from beginners to concert artists as well as teachers - to reconsider the virtues of the often dismissed body of American keyboard music dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, especially in light of its availability in recently published collections. The assistance he offers takes the following forms: a documented explanation of the historical forces that conditioned this development; an analytical inventory of the contents of collections published primarily since the American Bicentennial; an annotation for each collection, including commentary on editorial practices; an assessment of the technical difficulty of each piece; an identification of American repertoire of comparable merit to compositions making up the teaching and performing canons; a master list of relevant composers; and a directory of recent publishers of American piano music. There is no apology in his advocacy of American-made music just as there is no reason to question the significance of revered European masters. Instead, he argues eloquently for making a place for American piano music again in the American parlor and on the American concert stage, where it once flourished.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 W37 2010 In-library use
Book
x, 270 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgments Preface Introduction I. Access Points for Research in Piano Pedagogy 1 Indexes and Databases Pluridisciplinary Education and Physical Education Psychology -- Cognitive Sciences -- Tests & Measurements Health Sciences -- Neurosciences Engineering and Technology Music Music Monographs Music Periodicals Printed Music and Recordings 2 Bibliographies 2.1 Music Research Guides Music Monographs and Periodicals Doctoral Dissertations Music Education and Piano Study Keyboard Instruments and Keyboard Music II. Sources of Information for Research and Learning 3 Encyclopedias and Dictionaries Education Psychology -- Cognitive Sciences Music Music Encyclopedias General Music Dictionaries Musical Instruments: Various Instruments Keyboards Musicians (Performers and Composers) and Musical Works Printed Music 4 Journals and Magazines General and Pluridisciplinary Education Psychology -- Cognitive Sciences -- Neurosciences Health Sciences Music Music Education Keyboard Magazines 5 Dissertations and Theses 6 Tests and Measurements Measures of Musical Aptitude Measures of Musical Achievement Measures of Musical Performance Achievement Listening Tests Computer-Based Measurements 7 Monographs Methodology Social Sciences and Humanities Education and Psychology Music and Music Education Psychology of Music Piano Performance Keyboard Instruments Performance Practice Performance Issues Piano Technique Physiological Aspects and Arts Medicine Piano Study and Teaching Subject Index Author Index Title Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Acknowledgments Preface Introduction I. Access Points for Research in Piano Pedagogy 1 Indexes and Databases Pluridisciplinary Education and Physical Education Psychology -- Cognitive Sciences -- Tests & Measurements Health Sciences -- Neurosciences Engineering and Technology Music Music Monographs Music Periodicals Printed Music and Recordings 2 Bibliographies 2.1 Music Research Guides Music Monographs and Periodicals Doctoral Dissertations Music Education and Piano Study Keyboard Instruments and Keyboard Music II. Sources of Information for Research and Learning 3 Encyclopedias and Dictionaries Education Psychology -- Cognitive Sciences Music Music Encyclopedias General Music Dictionaries Musical Instruments: Various Instruments Keyboards Musicians (Performers and Composers) and Musical Works Printed Music 4 Journals and Magazines General and Pluridisciplinary Education Psychology -- Cognitive Sciences -- Neurosciences Health Sciences Music Music Education Keyboard Magazines 5 Dissertations and Theses 6 Tests and Measurements Measures of Musical Aptitude Measures of Musical Achievement Measures of Musical Performance Achievement Listening Tests Computer-Based Measurements 7 Monographs Methodology Social Sciences and Humanities Education and Psychology Music and Music Education Psychology of Music Piano Performance Keyboard Instruments Performance Practice Performance Issues Piano Technique Physiological Aspects and Arts Medicine Piano Study and Teaching Subject Index Author Index Title Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 C66 2009 In-library use
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767 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
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ML128 .P3 H27 2008 In-library use
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128 p. ; 29 cm.
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ML128 .P3 C38 2006 In-library use
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535 p. : ill., music ; 22 cm.
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ML128 .P3 B67 2005 In-library use
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231 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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ML128 .P3 D46 2003 In-library use
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82 p. ; 29 cm.
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ML128 .P3 M8 2002 In-library use
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xxi, 203 p. ; 26 cm. + 1 computer optical disk (4 3/4 in.)
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ML128 .P3 E87 2001 In-library use
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x, 246 p. ; 22 cm.
Referencing literature on every aspect of the piano, this annotated bibliography will cut down on research time for scholars and students, directing them to the most relevant and useful sources.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Referencing literature on every aspect of the piano, this annotated bibliography will cut down on research time for scholars and students, directing them to the most relevant and useful sources.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 W65 2001 In-library use
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246 p. ; 30 cm.
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ML128 .P3 C37 2000 In-library use
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xli, 933 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Preliminary Table of Contents: Preface to the Third Edition-- Preface to the Second Edition-- Preface to the First Edition Using the Guide-- Abbreviations-- American Agents or Parent Companies of Music Publishers-- Addresses of Music Publishers PART I: Individual Composers, Their Solo Piano Works in Various Editions and Facsimile Reproductions PART II: Anthologies and Collections General General: Contemporary Tombeaux, Hommages American Austrian Belgian Brazilian Bulgarian Canadian Chinese Czech Czech, Twentieth Century Dutch English English Virginalists Finnish French French Clavecinists German German: Bach Family Greek Hungarian Irish Israeli Italian Italian: Twentieth Century Japanese Latin American New Zealand Polish Portuguese Rumanian Russian Scandinavian Scottish Serbian Spanish Swiss INDEXES Alphabetical List of Composers under Nationality Designations-- Black Composers-- Women Composers-- Compositions for Piano and Tape-- Compositions for Prepared Piano-- Title Index to Anthologies and Collections.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Now updated and expanded, the "New Hinson" is more useful than ever, guiding pianists to piano solo literature, for themselves and for their students. Maurice Hinson still answers the perennial questions of performers and teachers: What is available? How difficult is it? What are its special musical features? How can I reach the publisher? In an alphabetical listing by composer name, Hinson describes selected solo piano compositions of nearly 2000 composers. He includes brief biographical sketches of the major composers and presents pertinent facts about many of the others that are relevant to the composers' pianistic and compositional approaches. For each entry he provides the publisher(s) of the piece, the number of pages, the performance time, a description of the style and any individual charactersitcs, and the level of difficulty. There are also insightful comparisons of the various editions and collections of the standard repertoire. Following the listings, one frequently finds bibliographic references to articles about a specific work. Indexes help the user locate women composers, Black composers, and composers from a number of specific countries and regions. For a quarter century, "the Hinson" has been indispensable for performers, teachers, and students. This extensively revised edition will be a trusted guide many years to come. Other guides by Maurice Hinson and published by Indiana University Press complement this volume. "The Pianist's Bookshelf: A Practical Guide to Books, Videos, and Other Resources" "Music for More Than One Piano" "Music for Piano and Orchestra, Enlarged Edition " "The Piano in Chamber Ensemble " "The Pianist's Guide to Transcriptions, Arrangements, and Paraphrases".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preliminary Table of Contents: Preface to the Third Edition-- Preface to the Second Edition-- Preface to the First Edition Using the Guide-- Abbreviations-- American Agents or Parent Companies of Music Publishers-- Addresses of Music Publishers PART I: Individual Composers, Their Solo Piano Works in Various Editions and Facsimile Reproductions PART II: Anthologies and Collections General General: Contemporary Tombeaux, Hommages American Austrian Belgian Brazilian Bulgarian Canadian Chinese Czech Czech, Twentieth Century Dutch English English Virginalists Finnish French French Clavecinists German German: Bach Family Greek Hungarian Irish Israeli Italian Italian: Twentieth Century Japanese Latin American New Zealand Polish Portuguese Rumanian Russian Scandinavian Scottish Serbian Spanish Swiss INDEXES Alphabetical List of Composers under Nationality Designations-- Black Composers-- Women Composers-- Compositions for Piano and Tape-- Compositions for Prepared Piano-- Title Index to Anthologies and Collections.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Now updated and expanded, the "New Hinson" is more useful than ever, guiding pianists to piano solo literature, for themselves and for their students. Maurice Hinson still answers the perennial questions of performers and teachers: What is available? How difficult is it? What are its special musical features? How can I reach the publisher? In an alphabetical listing by composer name, Hinson describes selected solo piano compositions of nearly 2000 composers. He includes brief biographical sketches of the major composers and presents pertinent facts about many of the others that are relevant to the composers' pianistic and compositional approaches. For each entry he provides the publisher(s) of the piece, the number of pages, the performance time, a description of the style and any individual charactersitcs, and the level of difficulty. There are also insightful comparisons of the various editions and collections of the standard repertoire. Following the listings, one frequently finds bibliographic references to articles about a specific work. Indexes help the user locate women composers, Black composers, and composers from a number of specific countries and regions. For a quarter century, "the Hinson" has been indispensable for performers, teachers, and students. This extensively revised edition will be a trusted guide many years to come. Other guides by Maurice Hinson and published by Indiana University Press complement this volume. "The Pianist's Bookshelf: A Practical Guide to Books, Videos, and Other Resources" "Music for More Than One Piano" "Music for Piano and Orchestra, Enlarged Edition " "The Piano in Chamber Ensemble " "The Pianist's Guide to Transcriptions, Arrangements, and Paraphrases".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 H5 2000 In-library use
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xvi, 313 p. ; 25 cm.
A guide to the piano literature for the one-handed pianist surveying over 2100 individual pieces which includes both concert literature and pedagogical pieces. Featuring works for both the right hand alone and the left hand alone, each entry assesses the composition, its quality and its difficulty.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
A guide to the piano literature for the one-handed pianist surveying over 2100 individual pieces which includes both concert literature and pedagogical pieces. Featuring works for both the right hand alone and the left hand alone, each entry assesses the composition, its quality and its difficulty.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 P38 1999 In-library use
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xii, 323 p. ; 24 cm.
"The Pianist's Reference Guide" comes to the rescue of pianists overwhelmed by the abundance of books, videos, and other works about the piano. In this clear, easy-to-use presentation, Maurice Hinson surveys hundreds of resource materials, providing clear, practical annotations for each item, thus saving the user hours of precious library time. In addition to the main listing of entries, the book has several indexes, giving ready information on works about these important topics: accompanying (including chamber music); aesthetics; analysis; anatomy of a Piano; biographies; construction and design; editors, performers, teachers, and writers; twentieth-century pianists; history and criticism; lists of piano music; ornamentation; pedagogy; performance anxiety: stress and tension; performance technique; piano duet; transcriptions; works for two or more pianos. A separate Composer Index groups subentries topically for greater utility. An appendix gives addresses for publishers and other organizations that sell or distribute works discussed in this book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
"The Pianist's Reference Guide" comes to the rescue of pianists overwhelmed by the abundance of books, videos, and other works about the piano. In this clear, easy-to-use presentation, Maurice Hinson surveys hundreds of resource materials, providing clear, practical annotations for each item, thus saving the user hours of precious library time. In addition to the main listing of entries, the book has several indexes, giving ready information on works about these important topics: accompanying (including chamber music); aesthetics; analysis; anatomy of a Piano; biographies; construction and design; editors, performers, teachers, and writers; twentieth-century pianists; history and criticism; lists of piano music; ornamentation; pedagogy; performance anxiety: stress and tension; performance technique; piano duet; transcriptions; works for two or more pianos. A separate Composer Index groups subentries topically for greater utility. An appendix gives addresses for publishers and other organizations that sell or distribute works discussed in this book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 H534 1998 In-library use
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336 p. ; 28 cm.
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ML128 .P3 G33 1997 In-library use
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xii, 441 p. ; 23 cm.
Identifies pieces in contemporary solo piano literature that show world music influences not traditionally associated with the standard repertoire of Western European art music. The resulting annotated bibliography therefore includes pieces which use or attempt to emulate non-Western scales, modes, and folk tunes, and rhythmic, percussive or harmonic devices and timbres.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Identifies pieces in contemporary solo piano literature that show world music influences not traditionally associated with the standard repertoire of Western European art music. The resulting annotated bibliography therefore includes pieces which use or attempt to emulate non-Western scales, modes, and folk tunes, and rhythmic, percussive or harmonic devices and timbres.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128 .P3 A94 1997 In-library use
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viii, 121 p. : music ; 25 cm.
The repertoire of piano music for one hand ranges from basic children's pieces to virtuosic displays, from Romantic salon music, to the avant-garde. Theodore Edel lists neary 1,000 solo compositions for the left hand as well as solos for the right hand alone, and concertos and chamber pieces with piano parts for one, three, and five hands.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
The repertoire of piano music for one hand ranges from basic children's pieces to virtuosic displays, from Romantic salon music, to the avant-garde. Theodore Edel lists neary 1,000 solo compositions for the left hand as well as solos for the right hand alone, and concertos and chamber pieces with piano parts for one, three, and five hands.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ML128.P3 E21 1994 In-library use

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