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Suzuki Piano School 5

PUBLISHER: Alfred Music Publications
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Piano or Keyboard
The New International Edition of Suzuki Piano School, Volume 5, includes French, German and Spanish translations as well as a newly recorded CD performed by internationally renowned recording artist Seizo Azuma. Now the bookand CD can be purchased together or separately. The contents have changed to
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Artist Shinichi Suzuki
Publisher Alfred Music Publications
Instrumentation Piano
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Instrument Group Piano or Keyboard
Style Period Post 1901
Genre Method
ISBN 9780739059951
Style Period Post 1901
Series Suzuki Method International
No. Pages 44
No. ALF000442SX
Description

The New International Edition of Suzuki Piano School, Volume 5, includes French, German and Spanish translations as well as a newly recorded CD performed by internationally renowned recording artist Seizo Azuma. Now the bookand CD can be purchased together or separately.

The contents have changed to include Romantic pieces: Schumann's 'About Foreign Lands and People' and Chopin's 'Waltz in A Minor.' Daquin's 'The Cuckoo' has been moved herefrom Book 6. Schumann's 'First Loss' and 'Siciliana' as well as J. S. Bach's 'Prelude in C' have been permanently removed.

Titles: Für Elise, WoO 59 (Beethoven) * Old French Song, from the Album for the Young, Op. 39, No.16(Tchaikovsky) * Invention No. 1 in C Major, BWV 772, from 15 Two-Part Inventions (J. S. Bach) * Sonatina in F Major, Anh. 5, No. 2 (Beethoven) * About Foreign Lands and People, from Scenes from Childhood (Schumann) * Sonata in CMajor (Allegro con brio; Adagio; Allegro), Hob. XVI/35 (Haydn) * Waltz in A Minor, Op. posthumous (Chopin) * The Cuckoo (Daquin).

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