Chopin, Liszt, Hiller: Urtext Primo Band 5

  • Composer: Frédéric Chopin Franz Liszt Ferdinand von Hiller
  • : Nils Franke
  • Table of contents:
    Chopin Frédéric: Bourée I in G (KK VIIb/1)
    Chopin Frédéric: Bourée II in A (KK VIIb/2)
    Chopin Frédéric: Cantabile in B (KK IVb/6)
    Chopin Frédéric: Walzer / Waltz / Valse in a (KK IVb/11)
    Chopin Frédéric: Sostenuto in Es (KK IVb/10)
    Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in e (op. 28/4)
    Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in h (op. 28/6)
    Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in A (op. 28/7)
    Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in c (op. 28/20)
    Chopin Frédéric: Polonaise in B (KK IVa/1)
    Chopin Frédéric: Mazurka in g (op. 67/2)
    Chopin Frédéric: Mazurka in F (op. 68/3)
    Chopin Frédéric: Mazurka in As (op. 7/4a)
    Liszt Franz: La cloche sonne
    Liszt Franz: Ländler in As
    Liszt Franz: Andantino in As
    Liszt Franz: Ich liebe Dich
    Liszt Franz: Andante in Des
    Liszt Franz: Wiegenlied / Lullaby / Chant du berceau
    Liszt Franz: Sancta Dorothea
    Liszt Franz: Ave Maria
    Liszt Franz: Weihnachtslied / Christmas carol / Chant de Noel
    Liszt Franz: Die Hirten an der Krippe / The shepherds at the manger / Les Bergers à la crèche
    Liszt Franz: Adagio religioso
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Irländisches Lied / Irish Song / Chant irlandais (op. 117/2)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Schottisches Lied / Scottish Song / Chant écossais (op. 117/19)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Italienisches Lied / Italien Song / Chant italien (op. 117/31)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Polnisches Lied / Polish Song / Chant polonaise (op. 117/18)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Russisches Lied / Russian Song / Chant russe (op. 117/26)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Fandango (op. 117/28)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Ballade (op. 117/16)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Schlummerlied / Slumber Song / Berceuse (op. 66/I/2)
    Hiller Ferdinand von: Lied / Song (op. 66/II/2)
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Frédéric Chopin / Franz Liszt / Ferdinand von Hiller: Urtext Primo Volume 5 for piano | UT52009

33 easy piano pieces with practice tips

  • Edition type: urtext edition
  • Series: Urtext Primo
  • Grade: 2-5
  • Languages: German | English
  • Edition: German/English version (French/Spanish version available UT52010)
  • Format: 23.1 × 30.3 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-85055-760-3
  • ISMN: 979-0-50057-381-4
€14.95
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Description

Volume 5 of the Urtext Primo series shows that great virtuosos were also able to write easy pieces. It brings together perhaps the two best-known keyboard personalities of the 19th century: Frédéric Chopin und Franz Liszt. Technically undemanding, the pieces compiled here nevertheless have all the flavour of the harmony and pianistic texture so typical for these two composers. And playing a ‘real Liszt’ can do much to increase a beginning student’s motivation. The third composer of this volume is Ferdinand Hiller, also a famous 19th century piano virtuoso to whom none less than Robert Schumann had dedicated his piano concerto. As in some works by Liszt and Chopin, Hiller’s compositions also frequently contain echoes of folk music, for example his Irländisches Lied (Irish Song) or his Fandango.
• 33 easy original piano works by Chopin, Liszt and Hiller with a teaching and learning commentary in German and English
• Musically and technically varied repertoire
• Relatively narrow band of complexity of repertoire covering about 2 years of development
• High quality Urtext edition

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Contents

  • Chopin Frédéric: Bourée I in G (KK VIIb/1)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Bourée II in A (KK VIIb/2)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Cantabile in B (KK IVb/6)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Walzer / Waltz / Valse in a (KK IVb/11)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Sostenuto in Es (KK IVb/10)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in e (op. 28/4)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in h (op. 28/6)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in A (op. 28/7)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Prélude in c (op. 28/20)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Polonaise in B (KK IVa/1)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Mazurka in g (op. 67/2)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Mazurka in F (op. 68/3)
  • Chopin Frédéric: Mazurka in As (op. 7/4a)
  • Liszt Franz: La cloche sonne
  • Liszt Franz: Ländler in As
  • Liszt Franz: Andantino in As
  • Liszt Franz: Ich liebe Dich
  • Liszt Franz: Andante in Des
  • Liszt Franz: Wiegenlied / Lullaby / Chant du berceau
  • Liszt Franz: Sancta Dorothea
  • Liszt Franz: Ave Maria
  • Liszt Franz: Weihnachtslied / Christmas carol / Chant de Noel
  • Liszt Franz: Die Hirten an der Krippe / The shepherds at the manger / Les Bergers à la crèche
  • Liszt Franz: Adagio religioso
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Irländisches Lied / Irish Song / Chant irlandais (op. 117/2)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Schottisches Lied / Scottish Song / Chant écossais (op. 117/19)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Italienisches Lied / Italien Song / Chant italien (op. 117/31)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Polnisches Lied / Polish Song / Chant polonaise (op. 117/18)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Russisches Lied / Russian Song / Chant russe (op. 117/26)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Fandango (op. 117/28)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Ballade (op. 117/16)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Schlummerlied / Slumber Song / Berceuse (op. 66/I/2)
  • Hiller Ferdinand von: Lied / Song (op. 66/II/2)

Reviews

(...) For teachers, too, these volumes offer superb source-books for a wider range of this great piano music than is typically explored. I know that I will personally be digging into these pieces, and using the books with teenage and older students.
The detailed and authoritative editing, spot-on fingering and excellent engraving all help to make these publications stand out from the crowd, and the brilliant section of performance notes and tips at the back of each book confirm the whole series as an essential purchase for all who are involved in piano education.
Pianodao.com, 09/2018 (Andrew Eales)

Here are the fourth and fifth volumes in this excellent series edited by Nils Franke where two well-known composers are combined with one whose music is less frequently heard and performed.
Piano Journal Issue 106, 2015 (Nadia Lasserson)

This is an extremely useful volume for students who have just graduated from the 'beginner tutor' Stage and are ready for musically satisfying material that will inspire their progress. (…)
International Piano Jan-Feb 2016 (Murray McLachlan)

This is a treasure trove that I can wholeheartedly recommend. (…) Quite apart from the good choice of repertoire, the value of these books is the sense of progress - often lost at this stage - and the achievement of being able to play the more difficult pieces after a certain length of time.
Piano Professional Issue 40, Spring 2016 (Bronwen Brindley)

Nils Franke's first four volumes in this series have been a huge success, and with the welcome launch of this fifth volume, pianists and teachers will be very pleased to find pieces that they may not encounter very often. (…) These are excellent collections of repertoire, in an Urtext edition, selected for the early to middle grades by concert pianist, teacher and EPTA member, Nils Franke.
Piano Professional Issue 40 Spring 2016 (Melvyn Cooper)

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