Easy Piano Pieces about Water with the Keyboard Crocodile edited by Karin Daxböck, Martina Schneider and Veronika Weinhandl Illustration: Martina Schneider [pno]
No more dry piano lessons
"Surging, flowing, dripping" – with "Splash" the beloved Keyboard Crocodile has finally made it back to his original habitat.
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Obviously the friendly little reptile only feels truly fit amidst original literature, and you'll be amazed to see how many gently flowing or wildly cascading pieces have been produced over the past two centuries. You'll find pieces by masters such as Czerny, Schumann, Gurlitt and Theodor Kirchner; some white-water pieces from William Gillock and Mike Schoenmehl; and with the "Little Atlantic Rhapsody," an ocean breeze will sweep through every piano lesson. No one has to be afraid of water, however, since "Splash" is also ideal for non-swimmers! The pieces are generally a bit more demanding than those in the "Horses" book, but this definitely need not dampen anyone's enthusiasm. With this book, learning the piano goes swimmingly!
|1. Feliks Rybicki||In the Boat|
|2. Erwin Christian Scholz||Mariner’s Song|
|3. William Gillock||Water Lilies|
|4. Ludvig Schytte||Moderato|
|5. M. Lysenko (I. Berkovych)||Regentropfen|
|6. Cornelius Gurlitt||Song of the Sea|
|7. Jürgen Moser||Rainy Day|
|8. Carl Czerny||Allegro from Op. 261|
|9. Cornelius Gurlitt||The Mill Wheel|
|10. Cornelius Gurlitt||Con moto from Op. 82|
|11. Francis Schneider||The Endless Vastness of the Sea, the Desert …|
|12. Friedrich Burgmüller||The Clear Brook from Op. 100|
|13. Felicitas Kukuck||The Rowboat|
|14. Feliks Rybicki||On the Pond|
|15. Mike Schönmehl||Rain|
|16. J. C. F. Fischer||Prelude|
|17. Theodor Kirchner||Dreaming Lake|
|18. Veronika Weinhandl||Misty Veil|
|19. Louis Köhler||Sledging Party from Op. 243|
|20. Alec Rowley||The Lake|
|21. Robert Schumann||In the Gondola|
|22. Samuil Majkapar||It’s raining|
|23. George Nevada||Little Atlantic Rhapsody|
|24. William Gillock||Fountain of Diana|
|25. Francis Schneider||On the Big River|
Surging, flowing, dripping…, roiling, rippling, gurgling…, oceans, lakes, rivers…, rain, ice and snow:
Water in its countless forms is a fundamental element of our life.
Water is an extremely fertile topic in piano literature as well. It has inspired many composers to create appealing, imaginative and expressive pieces which are particularly well suited to the instrument.
We hope you will enjoy your voyage of discovery!