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Works for Piano, Vol. 3

Selected Pieces

By George Frideric Handel

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Piano - SMP Level 10 (Advanced)
Selected Pieces. Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Edited by Peter Williams. Arranged by Peter Williams. Standard notation. Wiener Urtext/Vienna Urtext #UT050120. Published by Wiener Urtext/Vienna Urtext (PR.UT050120).

Item Number: PR.UT050120

With Standard notation.

This title has selections that range in difficulty from SMP Level 6-10.

  • Allemande B flat major HWV 434, Nos. 1-3 
  • Prelude, Sonata, Air and Variations B flat major HWV 434, Nos. 1-3 
  • Minuet G minor HWV 434, No. 4 
  • Chaconne G major HWV 435 
  • Chaconne G major HWV 442 
  • Entree G minor HWV 453, No. 2 
  • Air G minor HWV 467 
  • Allegro C major HWV 472 
  • Allegro D minor HWV 475 
  • Allemande F major HWV 476 
  • Allemande A major HWV 477 
  • Allemande A minor HWV 478 
  • Allemande B minor HWV 479 
  • Capriccio G minor HWV 483 
  • Chaconne F major HWV 485 
  • Chaconne G minor HWV 486 
  • Courante B minor HWV 489 
  • Gigue F major HWV 492 
  • Lesson A minor HWV 496 
  • Prelude D minor HWV 562 
  • Prelude D minor HWV 563 
  • Prelude D minor HWV 564 
  • Prelude E major HWV 566 
  • Prelude F major HWV 567 
  • Prelude F minor HWV 568 
  • Prelude F sharp minor HWV 570 
  • Prelude and Capriccio G major HWV 571 
  • Prelude G minor HWV 572 
  • Prelude G minor HWV 573 
  • Prelude A minor HWV 575 
  • Prelude and Allegro A minor HWV 576 
  • Sonata G major HWV 579 
  • Toccata G minor HWV 589 
  • Fugue G minor HWV 605 
  • Fugue G major HWV 606 
  • Fugue B flat major HWV 607 
  • Fugue B minor HWV 608 
  • Fugue A minor HWV 609 
  • Fugue C minor HWV 610 
  • Fugue F major HWV 611 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Wheaton, IL
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • May 08, 2007 Outstanding edition of Handel's keyboard music

    The introductory material and critical notes by Peter Williams are alone worth the price of the book. The musical text follows Baerenreiter (HHA). Even though Williams approaches the edition as a harpsichordist, he also includes some conventional pianistic fingerings. My favorite editorial mark is the wavy arpeggio sign tastefully located...

    throughout. I am not fond, however, of the non-traditional way the pieces are divided between the 3 volumes in the series (this volume contains everything that is not defined as a “suite�). Neither do I appreciate the smaller print. All in all, though, a very scholarly, stimulating, and aesthetically pleasing edition. An absolute requirement for anyone studying baroque keyboard literature seriously.

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