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Concerto in Classical Style

In Three Movements for Solo Piano with Piano Accompaniment

By Martha Mier

Piano - SMP Level 5 (Intermediate); NFMC Level: Junior Class 1B
In Three Movements for Solo Piano with Piano Accompaniment. Composed by Martha Mier. This edition: 2 copies required. Duet or Duo; Piano Duo (2 Pianos, 4 Hands); Solo Small Ensembles. The Alfred Student Concerto Series. Intermediate level piece for the Piano Concerto event with the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) Festivals Bulletin 2008-2009-2010. Sheet. 24 pages. Alfred Music #00-20726. Published by Alfred Music (AP.20726).

Item Number: AP.20726

ISBN 9780739021613. English.

This intermediate level concerto in three movements for solo piano with piano accompaniment is beautifully composed in the classical style. The opening theme is strong and memorable and all technical passages are well within reach of intermediate pupils. Younger pianists will gain the rewarding experience of playing a concerto and they will be prepared to learn the great concerti of master composers. Note: two copies are needed for performance.

About SMP Level 5 (Intermediate)

Seventh chords and melodies in both hands. More difficult note reading with ledger lines above and below the staff.

  • I. Allegro  Additional credits Martha Mier
  • II. Larghetto Cantabile  Additional credits Martha Mier
  • III. Allegro Marcia  Additional credits Martha Mier

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  • 5

    Sibylle Kuder
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  • December 04, 2016 One of my favorite student concertos!

    All three movements are immensely appealing, very playable. 1st movement needs a student who plays repeated staccato chords with ease. The cadenza is the most difficult part. This movement features an impressive-sounding coda which has octaves and one 4-note chord. Small hands can refinger / play the 4-note...

    chord with two hands and leave out one of the octave notes without anyone noticing as Piano II doubles the notes. The 2nd movement is one of the most beautiful slow concerto movements, lyrical, expressive. 3rd movement is a Tarantella with a middle section in A major - the most difficult part to read. The coda features a stretto where Piano I and II seem to interrupt each other which is the most difficult part as far as ensemble goes. This concerto is perfect for a student who already has experience reading and playing chords / chord progressions. All 3 movements have sections where Piano I (Solo) has accompanying figures while Piano II has the melody.

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