Carl Maria von Weber (1786–1826) A Selection of Original Works for Four-Hands
Piano Lessons by Carl Maria von Weber edited by Heinz Walter [pno-4hd]
Here you will find further piano lessons by famous composers.
24 pages | 23 x 30,5 cm | 98 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-17437-1 | Softcover
This series of easy piano music for teaching purposes presents pupils in the lower and lower middle grades with a carefully chosen selection of well-known and lesser-known compositions by important masters. The volumes are deliberately kept small in extent, since it is more stimulating for children to change the teaching material frequently.
Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826) composed three series of piano duets: opus 3, opus 10 and opus 60. The piano pieces opus 3, which he wrote at the age of 15, are, despite the modest demands made on playing technique, among the most inventive and melodically sensitive works for four hands of the post-classical period. Together with the four pieces from opus 3, an andante from opus 10 has been included in this folio. These five pieces have been arranged in a sequence such that in their entirety, the result is a balanced suite – in a formal sense – for four hands. (The scherzo opus 3. No. 3 has therefore been transposed into C major.)
Heinz Walter, Salzburg, Autumn 1979
|Op. 3/2 Romance|
|Op. 3/3 Scherzo|
|Op. 3/5 March|
|Op. 3/6 Rondo|
|Op. 10/2 Intermezzo|