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Masters of the Sonatina, Book 1

Masters of the Sonatina, Book 1 edited by Maurice Hinson. For Piano. Masterworks; Piano Collection. Form: Sonatina. Masterwork. Early Intermediate; Intermediate. Book. 32 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.2206).

Three wonderful collections of sonatinas grouped in progressive order of difficulty. Beautifully engraved and accurately edited, this series is a favorite of piano teachers and students.

  • Sonatina in A Minor  Additional credits Daniel Steibelt
  • Sonatina in A Minor [Op. 27, No. 1]  Composed by Dmitri Kabalevsky
  • Sonatina in C  Composed by Cornelius Gurlitt,FĂ©lix Le Couppey;Additional credits Ignaz Joseph Pleyel,William Duncombe,Henri Bertini
  • Sonatina in C [Op. 157, No. 4]  Additional credits Fritz Spindler
  • Sonatina in D [Op. 4, No. 3]  Additional credits Samuel Wesley
  • Sonatina in F  Composed by Anton Diabelli;Additional credits Carl Reinecke
  • Sonatina in F [Op. 41, No. 2]  Additional credits Johann Baptist Vanhal
  • Sonatina in G [Op. 57, No. 4]  Additional credits Albert Biehl
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  • 5

    Location:
    Morgantown, WV
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 31, 2013 Nice Variety of Pieces

    The one and two movement sonatinas here (13, not 8) range from the earliest intermediate (Duncombe, Gurlitt) to more challenging intermediate fare (Bertini and Pleyel). Some are familiar works anthologized elsewhere (Kabalevsky), but many are charming novelties (Vanhal and Wesley). Well edited with ample fingering. Highly recommended.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Park Ridge, IL
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • October 13, 2012 Masters of the Sonatina, Book 1

    A good publication for easier sonatinas, appropriate for sonatina festivals, in that they contain two movements. Sonatinas by good composers, in Classical style. These are definitely early intermediate level pieces, despite the "easier" designation, and would not be appropriate for elementary level students. Students will be challenged by the usual...

    characteristics of the sonatina style: Good balance between melody and accompaniment, clean phrasing and phrase shaping, Alberti bass, and clear articulation.

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