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Hal Leonard Piano Library - Burgmuller- 25 Progressive Pieces Op. 100 Book

Hal Leonard Piano Library - Burgmuller- 25 Progressive Pieces Op. 100 Book

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Schirmer Performance Edition -Hal Leonard Piano Library

Burgmüller - 25 Progressive Pieces Op. 100 Book  📚

Immerse yourself in the beautiful world of Burgmüller's 25 Progressive Pieces Op. 100 with this edition from the Hal Leonard Piano Library. Designed with pedagogy in mind, this book offers a comprehensive collection of progressive piano pieces that are both musically engaging and educational.

Each piece is accompanied by insightful interpretive suggestions, providing guidance on how to bring out the musical nuances and expressiveness of the music. The fingerings provided are carefully selected to facilitate smooth and efficient playing, while the historical and stylistic commentary offers valuable context and enhances the understanding of the composer's intentions.

With 64 pages of meticulously edited sheet music, this edition allows pianists to explore the captivating world of Burgmüller's compositions. Whether you're a student or an experienced player, these progressive pieces will challenge and inspire you to develop your technical and musical skills.

Additionally, for those who prefer audio accompaniments, the book is also available with audio versions at a slightly higher price. This option allows you to listen to professionally recorded performances of each piece, providing a valuable reference for interpretation and expression.

Composer: J. Friedrich Burgmüller. Editor: Margaret Otwell.

Sont Titles Include:

  • Arabesque, Op. 100, No. 2
  • Ave Maria, Op. 100, No. 19
  • Ballade, Op. 100, No. 15
  • Barcarolle, Op. 100, No. 22
  • The Chase, Op. 100, No. 9
  • The Chatterbox, Op. 100, No. 17
  • Consolation, Op. 100, No. 13
  • The Farewell, Op. 100, No. 12
  • Grace (La Gracieuse), Op. 100, No. 8
  • Harmony Of The Angels, Op. 100, No. 21
  • Innocence, Op. 100, No. 5
  • Inquietude, Op. 100, No. 18
  • La Styrienne, Op. 100, No. 14
  • The Limpid Stream, Op. 100, No. 7
  • The Little Party “La Petite Reunion,” Op. 100, No. 4
  • Pastorale, Op. 100, No. 3
  • Progress (Progres), Op. 100, No. 6
  • The Return, Op. 100, No. 23
  • Sincerity (La Candeur), Op. 100, No. 1
  • Spirit Of Chivalry (La Chevaleresque), Op. 100, No. 2
  • The Swallow, Op. 100, No. 24
  • Tarantella, Op. 100, No. 20
  • Tender Blossom (Tender Fleur), Op. 100, No. 10
  • Tender Grieving, Op. 100, No. 16
  • The Wagtail (La Bergeronnette), Op. 100, No. 11

Who was Johann Friedrich Burgmüller?

Johann Friedrich Burgmüller (1806 – 1874) was a German-born French pianist and composer of the Romantic era. He is primarily known for his contributions to piano music, particularly his collections of études (studies) and character pieces that have been used extensively in piano pedagogy.

Burgmüller was born in Regensburg, Germany, and later moved to Paris, France, where he spent most of his life. In Paris, he gained recognition as a pianist and composer. He composed a significant body of work, including numerous pieces for piano, chamber music, and songs. However, he is best known for his collections of piano études and character pieces, which have remained popular teaching material for piano students and continue to be studied and performed today.

Two of his most famous collections are "25 Progressive Studies, Op. 100" and "18 Characteristic Studies, Op. 109," both of which are frequently used by piano teachers to help students develop their technique and musicality. These compositions are known for their melodic and expressive qualities, making them appealing not only as teaching tools but also as enjoyable performance pieces.

Johann Friedrich Burgmüller's contributions to piano pedagogy and his charming piano compositions have ensured his enduring legacy in the world of classical music.

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