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Beautiful Etudes, Book 3

Piano - Early Intermediate; Intermediate
Book 3. Edited by Victoria Mcarthur. Graded Standard Repertoire; Masterworks; Piano Collection. Form: Etude. Masterwork. Book. 40 pages. Alfred Music #00-20767. Published by Alfred Music (AP.20767).

Item Number: AP.20767

ISBN 0739024442. English.

The etudes in this third volume are at the early intermediate to intermediate levels. Featured composers are Beyer, Burgmuller, Gurlitt, Hassler, Pleyel, Schytte and von Weber plus others. Pupils are engaged with such important technique builders as playing broken chords, descending scales, cross-hand arpeggios, chord voicing, legato pedaling, scale figures, small rotation, interlocking hands, right-hand chord inversions, left-hand repeated intervals and much more. Once again, composer facts and practice advice are included.

  • Arabesque [Op. 100, No. 2]  Composed by Johann Freidrich Burgmüller
  • Ballade [Op. 100, No. 15]  Composed by Johann Freidrich Burgmüller
  • Busy Streets [Op. 108, No. 8]  Additional credits Ludvig Schytte
  • Choir Practice [Op. 44, No. 6]  Additional credits Albert Biehl
  • Fountain in the Sun [Op. 38, No. 8]  Additional credits Johann Wilhelm Hässler
  • High Tide [Op. 82, No. 80]  Composed by Cornelius Gurlitt
  • Majestic Eagle [Op. 37, No. 2]  Additional credits Guiseppe Concone
  • Mystery Thriller  Composed by Cornelius Gurlitt
  • Rondo Militaire  Additional credits Ignaz Joseph Pleyel
  • Saturday Morning [Op. 108, No. 22]  Additional credits Ludvig Schytte
  • Scherzo  Additional credits Carl Maria Von Weber
  • Smooth Sailing [Op. 101, No. 75]  Additional credits Ferdinand Beyer
  • The Brave Horseman [Op. 130, No. 9]  Composed by Cornelius Gurlitt
  • Victory! [Op. 108, No. 25]  Additional credits Ludvig Schytte
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • June 25, 2016 Great Books for Technique and Musicality

    These books are great for teaching technique, transposition, and musicality. They also teach students to actually look at the music and see what it is doing and how it works. These are really fun books and great for teaching many levels of musicality to students.

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