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19535105

25 etudes melodiques

By Giuseppe Concone

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Piano - (2 to 5/8) easy to moderately hard
Composed by Giuseppe Concone. Edited by Alain Abbott. This edition: spiral-bound. Classical. Score. Opus 29. 58 pages. Published by Editions Delatour France (D2.DLT1209).

Item Number: D2.DLT1209

ISBN 979-2321-00512-3. 21 x 29.7 cm inches. Revisions and fingerings by Alain A. Abbott.

J. CONCONE est surtout connu comme professeur de chant, de la, peut-etre, la fluidite et le charme - quelquefois un peu desuet - de ses etudes pour piano. Bien sur, comme je l'avais fait a propos des etudes de BERTINI (Ed. DELATOUR), je ne peux m'empecher d'etablir une comparaison entre les siennes et celles de CHOPIN - modeles insurpassables -. Il est vrai qu'a l'aune de ces dernieres tout ce qu'on a compose dans ce genre parait, soit insignifiant, soit tres estimable ( ce qui n'est d'ailleurs pas si mal ! ). Je classerai dans cette categorie les etudes de CONCONE apres, cependant, celles de HELLER et surtout BERTINI.

Joseph CONCONE (real name Giuseppe) is best known as a singing teacher, hence, perhaps, the fluidity and charm - sometimes a little outdated, of his piano studies. Of course, as I did about the BERTINI studies, I can not help but draw a comparison between his and those of Chopin - unsurpassed models -. It is true that compared to them everything that was composed in this kind seems to be insignificant or very creditable (which is not so bad!). I would classify the CONCONE studies into this category, after, however, those of HELLER and especially BERTINI. So I undertake with the invaluable help of Editions Delatour, the new edition of a collection of over 200 studies (two and four hands) that should still render great service to young pianists.