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Twenty-Five Easy and Progressive Studies for the Piano, Op. 100

Expressly Composed for Small Hands

By Johann Friedrich Burgmuller

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Piano - SMP Level 5 (Intermediate)
Expressly Composed for Small Hands. Composed by Johann Friedrich Burgmuller (1806-1874). Edited by Louis Oesterle. Piano Method. Studies. Piano studies book. Standard notation and fingerings. Op. 100. 35 pages. G. Schirmer #LB500. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50255330).

Item Number: HL.50255330
ISBN 079352556X. With standard notation and fingerings. Studies. 9x12 inches.

25 studies of increasing difficulty to improve dexterity. Small intervals and tight chords make them accesible for pianists with small hands.

  • La Pastorale Op. 100, No. 3 
  • Innocence Op. 100, No. 5 
  • Tendre Fleur (Tender Blossom) Op. 100, No. 10 
  • La Bergeronnette (The Wagtail) Op. 100, No. 11 
  • La Styrienne Op. 100, No. 14 
  • La Chevaleresque (Spirit of Chivalry) Op. 100, No. 25 
  • La Candeur (Frankness) Op. 100, No. 1 
  • La petite Reunion (The Little Party) Op. 100, No. 4 
  • Progres (Progress) Op. 100, No. 6 
  • Le Courant limpide (The Limpid Stream) Op. 100, No. 7 
  • La Gracieuse (Grace) Op. 100, No. 8 
  • La Chasse (The Chase) Op. 100, No. 9 
  • L'adieu (The Farewell) Op. 100, No. 12 
  • Douce Plainte (Tender Grieving) Op. 100, No. 16 
  • La Babillarde (The Chatterbox) Op. 100, No. 17 
  • Inquietude Op. 100, No. 18 
  • La Tarentelle Op. 100, No. 20 
  • L'Harmonie des Anges (Harmony of the Angels) Op. 100, No. 21 
  • Le Retour (The Return) Op. 100, No. 23 
  • L'hirondelle (The Swallow) Op. 100, No. 24 
  • Barcarolle Op. 100, No. 22 
  • Ave Maria Op. 100, No. 19 
  • L'Arabesque Op. 100, No. 2 
  • Ballade Op. 100, No. 15 
  • Consolation Op. 100, No. 13 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    San fernando, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • July 12, 2012 25 Easy and progressive Studies

    Nicely laid out. Progressive presentation is just what I want.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Cyprus!
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • July 10, 2012 Excellent book!

    One of the greatest books of all times for piano students in the intermediate level!

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  • 5

    Location:
    Toronto
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • February 23, 2009 perfect!

    this book is great or those who know their way around their piano and are just starting to play pieces as part of their repertoire.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Acworth, GA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • February 21, 2007 Wonderful Classical Study

    Great late classical/early romantic series of studies. Each piece is short to give the student a quick progression through the studies. Some pieces feature 2 and 3 part harmony along with standard 5 finger eighth and sixteenth notes drills which go along great with their scale studies. There are...

    25 in all and each sounds beautiful.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Quaoar, solar system, milky way galaxy
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • December 16, 2002 Fun

    I Actually give this around a 4.5 so rounded it's five. The 25 studies are easy to play but not serious practicing. My favorite one is l'Arabesque. It sounds like a professional, difficult song although it is surprisingly simple. I have played it for several friends at parties...

    despite familiarity with more difficult and advanced songs. I consider the best piano music that of Chopin, Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven but lesser known, probably less genius artists compose a gem of a song once in a while. Arabesque is one of them, although Burgmuller is not completely obsolete. A name like Tchaikovsky or Bach, however, would probably be recognized more. I recommend the 25 Etuden to all students of Piano. Every one should have this collection as soon as they have the skill to play it, which should not be to long for most people.

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