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CM Performance Pieces (Current)
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata in B minor K87 L33 (qn=45)
Play-a-long: Sonata in B minor K87 L33 (qn=50)
Play-a-long: Sonata in B minor K87 L33 (qn=60)
Sonata in B minor, K. 87, L.33 (original from the CD, dq≈62...flucuates greatly)
Samples:   Vladimir Horowitz, Mikhail Pletnev, Bohumír Stehlík, Robert Hill (harpsichord)

Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757): SONATA IN B MINOR (K87/L33) Domenico Scarlatti was an Italian composer who spent much of his life in the service of the Portuguese and Spanish royal families. His music was influential in the development of the Classical style and he was one of the few Baroque composers to transition into the classical period. Like his renowned father Alessandro Scarlatti, he composed in a variety of musical forms, although today he is known mainly for his 555 keyboard sonatas.
Only a fraction of his compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in 1738 of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi ('Exercises')...well received throughout Europe, and championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. Ralph Kirkpatrick numbered these sonatas K1 - K30. Those unpublished during his lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since.
Sonata (wikipedia)


Classical: Mozart: Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm1-24, en=???)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm89-96, en=60)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm89-96, en=80)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm89-96, en=100)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm89-96, en=120)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm89-96, qn=70)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm89-96, qn=108)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (mm89-96, qn=126)
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (qn=62) ***
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (qn=72) ***
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (qn=82) ***
Play-a-long: Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (qn=102) *****
Ronda Alla Turca Mvt III (original from the CD, qn≈130)
Samples:   Sample 1, Sample 2, Sample 3, Sample 4


Romantic: Liszt: Play-a-long: Consolation No. 5 (mm28+29 3x, qn=58)
Play-a-long: Consolation No. 5 (mm1-29, qn=58)
Play-a-long: Consolation No. 5 (mm29-end, qn=58)
Play-a-long: Consolation No. 5 (qn=58)
Consolation No. 5 (original from the CD, qn≈60-77) (2:55)
Samples:   Vladimir Horowitz, Van Cliburn, Jorge Bolet, Nelson Freire

The Consolations (German Tröstungen) are a set of six solo piano works by Franz Liszt. The compositions take the musical style of Nocturnes with each having its own distinctive style. Each Consolation is composed in either the key of E major or D♭ major. E major is a key regularly used by Liszt for religious themes. There exist two versions of the Consolations. The first (S.171a) was composed by Liszt between 1844 and 1849 and published in 1992 by G. Henle Verlag. The second (S.172) was composed between 1849 and 1850 and published in 1850 by Breitkopf & Härtel, containing the familiar Consolation No. 3, Lento placido, in D♭ major.


20th/21st CENTURY: Gershwin: Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (light swing, mm1-20, qn=116)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (light swing, mm1-44, qn=100)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (light swing, mm1-44, qn=116)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (light swing, mm1-44, qn=150)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (light swing, mm1-44, qn=190)


Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm1-44, qn=100)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm1-44, qn=116)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm1-44, qn=150)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm1-44, qn=170) *** IDEAL ***
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm1-44, qn=190)


Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm44-68, qn=100)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm44-68, qn=116)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm44-68, qn=150)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm44-68, qn=170) *** IDEAL ***


Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm69-92, qn=100)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm69-92, qn=116)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm69-92, qn=150)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, mm69-92, qn=170) *** IDEAL ***


Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, whole piece, qn=150)
Play-a-long: Rialto Ripples (no swing, whole piece, qn=170) *** IDEAL ***


Rialto Ripples (Rag) (original from the CD, qn≈192) (2:29)
Samples:   Sample 1, Sample 2, Sample 3, Sample 4

George Gershwin's 1917 novelty rag Rialto Ripples was his first published instrumental, and was a commercial success. It has all the hallmarks of Gershwin's piano style, with stride left hand patterns and ragtime syncopation typical of that era.
(4 to 5-note chords in both hands and scales in octaves in both hands.)
Rialto Ripples is George Gershwin's first published instrumental and his only piano rag. It has all the hallmarks of Gershwin's piano style merging ragtime with a piano novelty number. It's fun, delightful, a toe-tapper, and smile-maker.


CM Technical Requirements (Level 9) (5:00 to perform)
SCALES/MODES (min. qn=96)
WHOLE TONE SCALE
CADENCES/MODULATION ARPEGGIO POLY-RHYTHM
E Major scale in 6ths
RH starts on tonic
LH starts on mediant

16th notes = 4 octaves

_A_   Ab   Eb Major
f#   c# melodic minor

16th notes = 4 octaves

Octave scale E Major

8th notes = 2 octaves

Mixolydian mode on D
Locrian mode on E

8th notes = 2 octaves

Whole Tone scale on C

8th notes = 2 octaves
Modulation to the
Dominant with legato
pedal

Ab to Eb
Eb to Bb
Bb to F
V7 in the
keys of

Ab   Eb
Major

4 octaves

Diminished
7th (°7)
on
Ab (G#)
Eb (D#)

4 octaves
2 against 3

Begin on Ab

RH 2 octaves
using eighth
notes

LH 3 octaves
using triplets
      ***All Elements in a row! (4:52)




Lesson Books (Current)
Hook: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.58 - Allegro in D Major (qn=101)
Hook: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.58 - Allegro in D Major (qn=120)
Tchaikovsky: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.56 - Tchaikovsky's Theme (en=126)
Tchaikovsky: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.56 - Tchaikovsky's Theme (en=144)
Traditional Shaker Song: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.54 - Simple Gifts (student part, qn=96)
Traditional Shaker Song: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.54 - Simple Gifts (both parts, qn=96)
Faber: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.49 - Snowflake Rag (bass and drums, qn=130)


Other Performance Pieces (Current)
--------: Play-a-long: Pee Loon (qn=84)
--------: Pee Loon, as by Emraan Hashmi & Prachi Desai (.mp3 file)
--------: Pee Loon, as by Emraan Hashmi & Prachi Desai (YouTube)


Performance Books (Current)


Theory Books (Current)


Exercises
Kohler: Exercise #1 (qn=72)
Kohler: Exercise #1 (qn=88)


Performance Pieces (Current)




Past links...


Lesson Books (Prior)
Traditional Melody: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.36 - Amazing Grace (click with flute, qn=88)
Traditional Melody: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.34 - Candles and Cake (qn=116)
Traditional Melody: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.34 - Candles and Cake (qn=144)
Faber: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.32 - Night of the Tarantella (qn=132)
Traditional Melody: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.30 - Campbells Are Coming (dq=90)
Traditional Melody: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.30 - Campbells Are Coming (dq=108)
Faber: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.27 - Scarborough Fair (en=132)
Faber: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.24 - Lunar Eclipse (qn=132)
Faber: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.22 - Cossack Ride (hn=112)
Canadian Folk Melody: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.20 - Land of the Silver Birch (qn=160)
Faber: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.19 - 7th St. Blues (qn=112)
Grieg: Level 3A, 2nd Ed p.16 - Morning (qn=104)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.62 - Latin Sounds (qn=120)
Beethoven: Level 2B, p.60 - Turkish March (student part, qn=132)
Beethoven: Level 2B, p.60 - Turkish March (both parts, qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.59 - 3. The Ultimate F Scale Warm-up (qn=160)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.56 - Canoeing in the Moonlight (qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.54 - Duke of York Strut (qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.22 - Jumpin' Jazz Cat (student part, qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.22 - Jumpin' Jazz Cat (student part, qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.22 - Jumpin' Jazz Cat (both parts, qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.8 - Spanish Caballero (qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.8 - Spanish Caballero (qn=126)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.4 - Sounds from the Gumdrop Factory (qn=80)
Faber and Faber: Level 2B, p.4 - Sounds from the Gumdrop Factory (qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.60 - Snake Charmer (qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.59 - Go Tell Aunt Rhody (student part, qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.59 - Go Tell Aunt Rhody (both parts, qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.55 - Jazz Blast Improvisation (qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.53 - In an Old Castle (student part, qn=96)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.53 - In an Old Castle (both parts, qn=96)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.50 - Sword Dance (student part, qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.50 - Sword Dance (both parts, qn=138)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.46 - Whirling Leaves (qn=82)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.46 - Whirling Leaves (qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.46 - Whirling Leaves (half click, qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.44 - Aardvark Boogie (student part, qn=82)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.44 - Aardvark Boogie (student part, qn=96)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.44 - Aardvark Boogie (both parts, qn=82)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.44 - Aardvark Boogie (both parts, qn=96)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.18 - Ice Cream (qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.18 - More Ice Cream (qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.16 - Mr. Brahms' Famous Lullaby (student part, qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.16 - Mr. Brahms' Famous Lullaby (both parts, qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.14 - A Minuet for Mr. Bach's Children (student part, qn=88)


Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.13 - Leftover Popcorn (student part, qn=76)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.13 - Leftover Popcorn (student part, qn=126)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.13 - Leftover Popcorn (both parts, qn=126)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.13 - Leftover Popcorn (teacher part, qn=126)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.12 - Skip To My Lou (student part, qn=92)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.12 - Skip To My Lou (both parts, qn=92)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.12 - Skip To My Lou (student part, qn=144)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.12 - Skip To My Lou (both parts, qn=144)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.12 - Skip To My Lou (teacher part, qn=144)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.11 - Famous People (student part, qn=104)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.11 - Famous People (both parts, qn=104)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.11 - Famous People (teacher part, qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.8 - When the Saints Go Marching In (student part, qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.8 - When the Saints Go Marching In (both parts, qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.8 - When the Saints Go Marching In (student part, qn=116)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.8 - When the Saints Go Marching In (student part, qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.8 - When the Saints Go Marching In (student part, qn=160)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A, p.8 - When the Saints Go Marching In (both parts, qn=160)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 60 The Bubble (qn=132)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 59 The Dreydl Song (qn=100)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 59 The Dreydl Song (qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 59 The Dreydl Song (qn=180)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 58 Dinosaur Stomp (qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 54 Shepherd's Song (student part, qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 54 Shepherd's Song (both parts, qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 08 Firefly (student part, qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 08 Firefly (both parts, qn=88)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 08 Firefly (student part, qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 08 Firefly (both parts, qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 2nd Edition - page 08 Firefly (teacher part, qn=120)


Theory Books (Prior)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A 2nd Edition (Theory) - page 40 The Snake Charmer's Party (qn=96)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A 2nd Edition (Theory) - page 18 I Am The Phrase Finder (qn=96)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A 2nd Edition (Theory) - page 6 A Jazz Song for Mr. Bach (student part, qn=80)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A 2nd Edition (Theory) - page 6 A Jazz Song for Mr. Bach (both parts, qn=120)


Performance Books (Prior)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (student part, qn=108)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (student part, qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (both parts, qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (teacher part only, qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (student part, qn=140)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (both parts, qn=140)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (student part, qn=160)
Faber and Faber: Level 2A Performance - page 22, Italian Children's Game (both parts, qn=160)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 Performance - page 24, I've Got Music (both parts, qn=176)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 Performance - page 24, I've Got Music (loop for improvisation, qn=210)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 Performance - page 24, I've Got Music (student part, qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 Performance - page 24, I've Got Music (click on 1 and 3, student part, qn=160)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 Performance - page 24, I've Got Music (no click, both parts, qn=210)


Popular Repertoire Books (Prior)




CM Technical Requirements (Prior)


CM Technical Requirements (Level 8) (5:00 to perform)
SCALES/MODES
WHOLE TONE SCALE
(min. qn=92)
CADENCES/
MODULATION (qn=__)
ARPEGGIOS
(qn=__)
POLY-
RHYTHM
(qn=__)
Db Major in 3rds
or 10ths

16th notes = 4 octaves

Gb   Db   Bb Major

e-flat   b-flat melodic minor

16th notes = 4 octaves

Octave scale Gb Major

8th notes = 1 octave
(Students with small
hands may break
octaves

Dorian mode on A
Phrygian mode on B
Lydian mode on C

8th notes = 2 octaves

Whole Tone scale on C#

8th notes = 2 octaves

Modulation to the
Dominant with legato
pedal

C to G
G to D
D to A

Gb   Bb
Major

e-flat   b-flat minor
4 octaves


Diminished
7th (o7)
on
B   C#
4 octaves
2 against 3

Begin on Db

RH 3 octaves
using triplets

LH 2 octaves
using eighth
notes
Ear Training: Level 8


CM Technical Requirements (Level 7) (5:00 to perform)
SCALES (min. qn=88) CADENCES/CHORD
PROGRESSIONS (qn=__)
CHORDS
(qn=__)
ARPEGGIOS
(qn=__)
POLYRHYTHM
(qn=__)
      ***Db Major Scale only (qn=88)
      ***All Elements in a row! (with voice, qn=88, 72 for polyrhythms, 58 for arpeggios, _:__)
      ***All Elements in a row! (with voice, qn=88, 72 for polyrhythms, 69 for arpeggios, _:__)
      ***All Elements in a row! (qn=88, 72 for polyrhythms, 69 for arpeggios, _:__)
Ear Training: Level 7


CM Technical Requirements (Level 6) (5:00 to perform)
SCALES (min. qn=84) CADENCES/CHORD
PROGRESSIONS (qn=96)
CHORDS
(qn=66)
ARPEGGIOS
(qn=66)
POLYRHYTHM
(qn=66)
E Major   B Major
Ab Major
triplets = 3 octaves
and
16th notes = 4 octaves

g# harmonic minor
g# melodic minor
f harmonic minor
f melodic minor
triplets = 3 octaves

Chromatic scale,
parallel motion,
2 octaves,
start on E
E Major   B Major
Ab Major
Deceptive cadence
I - IV - ii - V7 - vi

g# minor   f minor
Authentic cadence
i - iv - ii˚ - V7 - i
RH common tone
chords
LH single notes
(root)
with legato pedal

V7, root
position
&
inversions,
blocked,
up and
down

E Major
Ab Major
E Major
Ab Major

g# minor
f minor

3 octaves
2 against 3

Begin on C

Triplets in RH

Eighths in LH

Within 1 octave
      ***All Elements in a row! (5:20)
Ear Training: Level 6
---------: Level 4 - 3 Scales Only (qn=76)
---------: Level 3 - All Elements in a row! (qn=???)
---------: Level 2 - All Elements in a row! (qn=108, 66, 160)


Performance Pieces (Prior)
Baroque - Galuppi: Play-a-long: Giga (qn=72)
Baroque - Galuppi: Play-a-long: Giga (qn=88)
Baroque - Galuppi: Play-a-long: Giga (dq=80)
Baroque - Galuppi: Giga (original from the CD, dq≈150)


Classical - Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata (original from the CD, qn≈47)


Romantic - Tchaikovsky: Play-a-long: April (en=108)
Romantic - Tchaikovsky: Play-a-long: April (dq=72)
Romantic - Tchaikovsky: April (original from the CD, dq≈93)


Contemporary - Shostakovich: Play-a-long: Fantastic Dance No. 1 (qn=60)
Contemporary - Shostakovich: Play-a-long: Fantastic Dance No. 1 (qn=80)
Contemporary - Shostakovich: Play-a-long: Fantastic Dance No. 1 (qn=103)
Contemporary - Shostakovich: Fantastic Dance No. 1 (original from the CD, qn≈103)


Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (2nd half only, en=144)
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (en=144)
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (en=168)
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (en=184)
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (en=208)
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (dq=80) ***
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (dq=88) ***
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (dq=104)
Baroque - Scarlatti: Play-a-long: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211 (no click, qn=104)
Baroque - Scarlatti: CD Recording: Sonata In D Minor, K. 89c, L. 211


Classical - Pleyel: Play-along: Rondo Grazioso (qn=88)
Classical - Pleyel: Play-along: Rondo Grazioso (qn=98)
Classical - Pleyel: Play-along: Rondo Grazioso (qn=108) ***
Classical - Pleyel: Rondo Grazioso (qn=~116) (original from the CD)


Romantic - Franck: Play-along: Sketch (qn=44)
Romantic - Franck: Play-along: Sketch (qn=54)
Romantic - Franck: Play-along: Sketch (qn=63) ***
Romantic - Franck: Sketch (qn=~63-72) (original from the CD)


Contemporary - Ninov: Play-along: Golden Leaves (dq=45)
Contemporary - Ninov: Play-along: Golden Leaves (dq=50)
Contemporary - Ninov: Play-along: Golden Leaves (dq=54) ***
Contemporary - Ninov: Golden Leaves (CD, dq~=54)
Vandall: Play-along: 6. Regrets (qn=96)
Vandall: Play-along: 6. Regrets (qn=108)
Vandall: Play-along: 6. Regrets (qn=120)


Baroque - Clarke: Play-along: The Prince of Denmark's March (qn=112)
Baroque - Clarke: Play-along: The Prince of Denmark's March (qn=120)
Baroque - Clarke: Play-along: The Prince of Denmark's March (qn=126)
Baroque - Clarke: Play-along: The Prince of Denmark's March (qn=132)
Baroque - Clarke: The Prince of Denmark's March (qn=~151) (original from the CD)


Classical - Cimarosa: Play-along: Sonata No. 18 in A Major (en=112)
Classical - Cimarosa: Play-along: Sonata No. 18 in A Major (en=132)
Classical - Cimarosa: Play-along: Sonata No. 18 in A Major (qn=76)
Classical - Cimarosa: Play-along: Sonata No. 18 in A Major (qn=88)
Classical - Cimarosa: Sonata No. 18 in A Major (qn=~88) (original from the CD)


Contemporary - Tansman: Play-along: Russian Dance (qn=92)
Contemporary - Tansman: Play-along: Russian Dance (qn=100)
Contemporary - Tansman: Play-along: Russian Dance (qn=120)
Contemporary - Tansman: Play-along: Russian Dance (qn=138)
Contemporary - Tansman: Play-along: Russian Dance (qn=159)
Contemporary - Tansman: Russian Dance (qn=~159) (original from the CD)
Notebook for Anna M. Bach: Play-a-long: Menuet in D Minor BWV 132 (qn=60)
Notebook for Anna M. Bach: Play-a-long: Menuet in D Minor BWV 132 (qn=88)
Notebook for Anna M. Bach: Play-a-long: Menuet in D Minor BWV 132 (qn=104)
Notebook for Anna M. Bach: Menuet in D Minor, BWV Anh. 132 (qn=104) (Finale .mp3)



Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (RH mm22-36, qn=50) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (RH mm22-36, qn=60) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (RH mm22-36, qn=72) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (LH mm22-36, qn=50) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (LH mm22-36, qn=60) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (LH mm22-36, qn=72) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (mm22-36, qn=60) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (mm22-36, qn=72)


Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (RH mm37-end, qn=50) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (RH mm37-end, qn=60) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (RH mm37-end, qn=72) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (LH mm37-end, qn=50) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (LH mm37-end, qn=60) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (LH mm37-end, qn=72) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (mm37-end, qn=60) ***
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (mm37-end, qn=72)


Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (no repeats, qn=50)
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (no repeats, qn=60)
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (no repeats, qn=72)
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (no repeats, qn=92)
Clementi: Play-a-long: Sonatina Op 36 No 2 1st Movt (no repeats, qn=112)
Clementi: Sonatina in G major, Op. 36, No.2 (qn=~112) (original from the CD)



Burgmuller: Play-a-long: Angels' Voices (no repeats, qn=50)
Burgmuller: Play-a-long: Angels' Voices (no repeats, qn=60)
Burgmuller: Play-a-long: Angels' Voices (no repeats, qn=72)
Burgmuller: Play-a-long: Angels' Voices (no repeats, qn=92)
Burgmuller: Play-a-long: Angels' Voices (no repeats, qn=108)
Burgmuller: Angels' Voices (no repeats, qn=108) (Finale .mp3)


Gurlitt: Play-a-long: Morning Song (qn=80)
Gurlitt: Play-a-long: Morning Song (qn=92)
Gurlitt: Play-a-long: Morning Song (qn=112)
Gurlitt: Morning Song (qn=112) (original from the CD)


Kabalevsky: Scherzo (qn=124) (original from the CD)
Kabalevsky: Play-a-long: Scherzo (qn=66)
Kabalevsky: Play-a-long: Scherzo (qn=88)
Kabalevsky: Play-a-long: Scherzo (qn=108)
Kabalevsky: Play-a-long: Scherzo (qn=124)
Kohler: Melody (qn=120) (original from the CD)
Turk: March (qn=66)
Turk: March (qn=88)
Turk: March (qn=120)
Turk: March (qn=140)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 (Performance) - p.8 - Ode To Joy (qn=120)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 (Performance) - p.8 - Ode To Joy (qn=96)
Faber and Faber: Level 1 (Performance) - p.8 - Ode To Joy (qn=76)




Here are some VIDEO clips to check out...

ARTIST TITLE STYLE
Kawai:Making A Piano
Mason & Hamlin:Making A Piano





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