Ed. Leo Podolsky
By this level the student is ready for the easiest classics. But the classics in these books are not only the usual easier Bach and Mozart, they also include such composers as Corelli, Purcell, and Krieger. Besides sonatinas by Beethoven, Kuhlau, and Clementi, there are examples by Haslinger, Merkel, and Salutrinskaya. And while most of the Romantics are familiar (Schumann, Tchaikovsky, and others) there are contemporary compositions in new, but not extreme, idioms.
Includes: Avalanche (Heller) * Dots (Wolfenzon) * Fur Elise (Beethoven) * Gavotte (Clark) * Grandmother Tells a Ghost Story (Kullack) * Humorous Etude (Gorodinsky) * The Hungry Cat and the Well-Fed Cat (Salmanov) * Landler (Mozart) * Lyric Waltz (Shostakovich) * Petite Tarantella (Heller) * Praeludium (Handel) * Praeludium in C Major (Bach) * Prelude in D Minor (Bach) * Prelude in F Major (Bach) * Russian Folk Dance (Tchaikovsky) * Solfeggietto (C.P.E. Bach) * Sonatina in A Minor (Kuhlau) * Sonatina in C Major (Clementi) * Sonatina in G Major (Merkel) * Sonatina in G Major (Dussek) * Spring Tune (Freed) * Study for Right or Left Hand Alone * Waltz in E Minor (Grieg) * Waltz (Rebikov) * Waltz (Zaranek)
ISBN 10: 0-87487-643-5
ISBN 13: 978-0-87487-643-7