Franz Schubert (1797–1828) 10 Waltzes
Piano Lessons by Franz Schubert edited by Heinz Walter [pno-4hd]
Here you will find further piano lessons by famous composers.
20 pages | 23 x 30,5 cm | 91 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-16916-2 | Softcover
The present series of easy piano music for teaching provides pupils in the lower and lower-middle grades with a careful selection of well-known and little-lmown compositions by important masters. Each book has intentionally been kept small in extent, since it is more stimulating for children to change the teaching material frequently.
In the course of his brief creative life, Schubert wrote more than 200 dances and waltzes for piano, which he grouped together and published in sets. The technical difficulties, which are sometimes considerable, are greatly reduced by dividing the music up between four hands; a process which has been carried out without necessitating any major alterations to the original versions for piano solo. Ten of the most beautiful waltzes from different opus numbers have been selected for the present book.
Heinz Walter, Salzburg, Fall 1974
|Three waltzes from Op. 9 D 365/1,2,6|
|Two waltzes from Op. 18 D 145/1,2|
|Two waltzes from Op. 50 Valses sentimentales D 779/15,20|
|Two waltzes from Op. 77 Valses nobles D 969/6,10|
|Waltz with Trio from Op. 127 Last Waltzes D 146/4|