Piano Duo for the Left Hand 2


Author: Kenta Matsuoka

Publisher: Kodansha America LLC

ISBN: 9781684911318

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 159

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It's only been a short time since tragedy struck and genius pianist Akari Yuzuki passed away…but unknown to most, she lives on as the left hand of rough voiced and rough mannered delinquent, Shusuke Matoba! In an attempt to save Akari's best friend Neri Kuon, he frantically practices the piano, and though he only first touched the keys a month ago, thanks to instruction from Akari's father Mikage and his own natural ear, he's finally ready to surprise her at a piano competition! But can his awkward melody—and Akari's gentle accompaniment—save Kuon from despair?

Left Hand Solos Book 2 for left hand alone

... 5 -- 5 3 2 1 toi 2 faft ale 601 mp 1 2 2 2 5 5 101 18001. Nocturne ( Left hand alone ) A. Scriabine Op.9 , No.2 Adapted by John W. Schaum N601 5 102.6.11 5 1 3 2 dim . P 5 5 _ 13 In the Subway ( Left hand alone ) L. EL9742 10 Nocturne.

Author: John W. Schaum

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN: 145746103X

Category: Music

Page: 24

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Titles are: * Dream Dust * The Gypsy Baron (Waltz Theme) * Revolving Door * Washington's March * Spiral Staircase * Evening Sun * Nocturne * The Squirrel and the Acorns * In the Subway * Flashes in the Harbor * Sunken Gardens * Prelude * The Silent Rose * Album Leaf * Scotch Poem * Chorale * Sextet from Lucia. Federation Festivals 2011-2013 selection.

Exploring Piano Masterworks Nocturnes 4 Selections

Because of the 13 timing and the repeated left - hand pattern throughout the piece , this nocturne has the feeling of a gentle waltz . Chopin liked this left - hand pattern so much that he did not deviate from it , except in measure 12 ...

Author: Frédéric Chopin

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN: 1457410966

Category: Music

Page: 24

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This series is designed to introduce piano students with experience playing standard piano literature to masterworks by a variety of composers. Seven volumes in the series are available and include the most accessible and popular works in the genre, plus informative text, performance notes and detailed composer biographies. This edition for late intermediate to early advanced pianists includes four of Chopin's nocturnes, including: * Nocturne in E-flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2 * Nocturne in G Minor, Op. 37, No. 1 * Nocturne in C Minor (Posthumous) * Nocturne in G Minor, Op. 15, No. 3

One Handed

A Guide to Piano Music for One Hand Donald L. Patterson ... Six pieces by Netherlands composers for piano left hand ) . ... ( INS ) Nocturne for a Right Handed Performer L24p . Nocturne for a Left Handed Performer L25p . Under Water ...

Author: Donald L. Patterson

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 031331179X

Category: Music

Page: 313

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An annotated guide to piano literature for the one-handed pianist which catalogues over 2,100 musical pieces.

Adaptive Strategies for Small Handed Pianists

20–23 Tchaikovsky, “February,” from The Seasons, mm.93–96 Chopin, Nocturne in B Major, op. 9 no. 3, mm. 107–108, left hand Chopin's fingering, Nocturne in E} Major, op. 9 no. 2, m. 16 Chopin's fingering, Nocturne in B Minor, op. 9 no.

Author: Lora Deahl

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190616861

Category: Music

Page: 240

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Adaptive Strategies for Small-Handed Pianists brings together information from biomechanics, ergonomics, physics, anatomy, medicine, and piano pedagogy to focus on the subject of small-handedness. The first comprehensive study of its kind, the book opens with an overview of historical, anatomical, and pedagogical perspectives and redresses long-held biases concerning those who struggle at the piano because of issues with hand size. A discussion of work efficiency, the human anatomy, and the constraints of physics serves as the theoretical basis for a focused analysis of healthy movement and piano technique as they relate to small-handedness. Separate chapters deal with specific alternative approaches: redistribution, refingering, strategies to maximize reach and power, and musical solutions for technical problems. Richly illustrated with hundreds of examples from a wide range of piano repertoire, the book is an incomparable resource for piano teachers and students, written in language that is accessible to a broad audience. It balances scholastic rigor with practical experience in the field to demonstrate that the unique physical and musical needs of the small-handed can be addressed in sensitive and appropriate ways.

Guide to the Pianist s Repertoire Fourth Edition

op.9/1 1830–31. single notes and octaves require singing legato. nocturnal calm of the left-hand arpeggios is disturbed by an outburst of passion in the right hand that creates dramatic grandeur. Nocturne no.2 e ...

Author: Maurice Hinson

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253010230

Category: Music

Page: 1216

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Guide to the Pianist’s Repertoire continues to be the go-to source for piano performers, teachers, and students. Newly updated and expanded with over 250 new composers, this incomparable resource expertly guides readers to solo piano literature. What did a given composer write? What interesting work have I never heard of? How difficult is it? What are its special musical features? How can I reach the publisher? It’s all here. Featuring information for more than 2,000 composers, the fourth edition includes enhanced indexes. The new "Hinson" will be an indispensable guide for many years to come.

Guide to the Pianist s Repertoire third edition

Nocturnes c : BI 49 ( posth . ) ; Op.9 / 2 Ev ; Op.55 / 1 f . English translation by Jerome Lowenthal . Nocturne No.1 bb Op.9 / 1 1830–31 . Single notes and octaves require singing legato . Nocturnal calm of the left - hand arpeggios is ...

Author: Maurice Hinson

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253109086

Category: Music

Page: 976

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"The Hinson" has been indispensable for performers, teachers, and students. Now updated and expanded, it's better than ever, with 120 more composers, expertly guiding pianists to solo literature and answering the vital questions: What's available? How difficult is it? What are its special features? How does one reach the publisher? The "new Hinson" includes solo compositions of nearly 2,000 composers, with biographical sketches of major composers. Every entry offers description, publisher, number of pages, performance time, style and characteristics, and level of difficulty. Extensively revised, this new edition is destined to become a trusted guide for years to come.

Interpreting Chopin Analysis and Performance

The second nocturne begins in flats, the build-up to the climax is notated with sharps, and it returns to flat notation. The openings of both works have a lot in common. The first nocturne opens with a solo left hand playing sextuplets ...

Author: Alison Hood

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317113584

Category: Music

Page: 256

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Music theory is often seen as independent from - even antithetical to - performance. While music theory is an intellectual enterprise, performance requires an intuitive response to the music. But this binary opposition is a false one, which serves neither the theorist nor the performer. In Interpreting Chopin Alison Hood brings her experience as a performer to bear on contemporary analytical models. She combines significant aspects of current analytical approaches and applies that unique synthetic method to selected works by Chopin, casting new light on the composer’s preludes, nocturnes and barcarolle. An extension of Schenkerian analysis, the specific combination of five aspects distinguishes Hood’s method from previous analytical approaches. These five methods are: attention to the rhythms created by pitch events on all structural levels; a detailed accounting of the musical surface; 'strict use' of analytical notation, following guidelines offered by Steve Larson; a continual concern with what have been called 'strategies' or 'premises'; and an exploration of how recorded performances might be viewed in terms of analytical decisions, or might even shape those decisions. Building on the work of such authors as William Rothstein, Carl Schachter and John Rink, Hood’s approach to Chopin’s oeuvre raises interpretive questions of central interest to performers.

The Cambridge Companion to Chopin

Chopin's first nocturne , in E minor , composed in 1828–30 but published posthumously in 1855 , is a transitional work . ... The texture is likewise conventional : both sections take place over a constant nocturne - style left - hand ...

Author: Jim Samson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521477522

Category: Music

Page: 341

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Twelve essays by leading Chopin scholars provide a uniquely comprehensive guide to the composer and his music.