A selection of original Piano music by the master composers of the past four centuries, the New Classics To Moderns series provides the pianist with a repertoire which is enjoyable for the player and listener alike.
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Inspired by the popular series by Denes Agay, each of the six books in the New Classics To Moderns collection contains pieces by a wide range of composers, from the old masters to contemporary writers with works from recent decades.Students, teachers, indeed all pianists, will find the
pieces in New Classics To Moderns a priceless source of study material, recital pieces, sight reading exercises — or just relaxing musical entertainment.
This volume includes works by Debussy, Ravel, Lutoslawski, Tchaikovsky and Glasser, amongst others.
2–Part Invention No.12 in A Major, BWV 783 (Johann Sebastian Bach)Fantasia in B Minor (Georg Philipp Telemann)Allegro (from Sonata in A Major) (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi)Andante Di Molto (from Sonata Op.5, No.2) (Johann Christian Bach)Rondo (from Piano Sonata in C Major, K.545) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)Chanson populaire (from Album For the Young) (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)Prélude No.10 (from Préludes, Book II) (Claude Debussy)Pavane Of The Sleeping Beauty (from Mother Goose) (Maurice Ravel)Allegro (No.2 from Les Cinq Doigts) (Igor Stravinsky)A cheval (No.3 from Promenades) (Francis Poulenc)Bagatela No.8 (from Once Bagatelas) (Rodolfo Halffter)The Grove (from Folk Melodies) (Witold Lutoslawski)Trembling Leaves (Stanley Glasser)