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A PROLE DO BEBÊ, NO. 1By Heitor Villa-Lobos / ed. David P. Appleby

This suite of eight pieces portrays the ethnic or folk character of a child’s dolls, drawing freely on national folk tunes. The set is edited by the Villa-Lobos scholar David P. Appleby, who was honored by the Brazilian government with the Villa-Lobos Centennial Medal forhis outstanding research into the life and music of the composer. Also included is an outstanding CD recording from the Naxos label.(37142) | Book & CD Early Advanced NEW! | $16.95

BAGATELLES, OP. 5By Alexander Tcherepnin / ed. Lynn Freeman Olson

Among his finest and most popular keyboard works, Tcherepnin’s 10 miniatures are filled with a variety of contemporary techniques. Lyrical and brilliant pieces help to develop a pianist’s skills. This carefully researched edition includes helpful study notes. Alsoincluded is an outstanding CD recording from the Naxos label.(37134) | Book & CD Late Intermediate NEW! | $13.95

THREE PRELUDESBy George Gershwin / ed. Maurice Hinson

Gershwin’s three most famous preludes demonstrate his genius for piano writing. “Prelude I” exudes energetic syncopation, “Prelude II” is a lyric blues, and “Prelude III” closes the set with exciting syncopations. Also included is an outstanding CD recording from the Naxos label.(37146) | Book & CD Advanced NEW! | $13.95

ITALIAN CONCERTOBy Johann Sebastian Bach / ed. Willard A. Palmer

Bach’s famous 1735 concerto, including extensive historical notes, performance notes on ornamentation, articulation and phrasing, tempos, and dynamics, as well as footnotes within the score and editorial additions in gray print. Also included is an outstandingCD recording from the Naxos label.(37136) | Book & CD Early Advanced NEW! | $13.95

PRÉLUDES, BOOK 1By Claude Debussy / ed. Maurice Hinson

This significant compilation of 12 preludes represents Debussy’s mature writing style and is filled with a great diversity of compositional styles. Included are English translations of French terms, Debussy’s performance suggestions as well as suggestions from Dr. Hinson, and an analysis of each prelude. Also included is an outstanding CD recording from the Naxos label.(37138) | Book & CD Early Advanced / Advanced NEW! | $16.95

PRÉLUDES, BOOK 2By Claude Debussy / ed. Maurice Hinson

This significant compilation of 12 preludes represents Debussy’s mature writing style and is filled with a great diversity of compositional styles. Included are English translations of French terms, Debussy’s performance suggestions as well as suggestions from Dr. Hinson, and an analysis of each prelude. Also included is an outstanding CD recording from the Naxos label.(37140) | Book & CD Early Advanced / Advanced NEW! | $16.95

SIX CONSOLATIONSBy Franz Liszt / ed. Maurice Hinson

This set of six pieces provides a wonderful introduction to Liszt’s music. The most popular of his shorter works, these pieces are successful when performed individually as well as in various combinations. This edition contains Dr. Hinson’s helpful pedal markings and performance suggestions. Also included is an outstanding CD recording from the Naxos label.(37144) | Book & CD Early Advanced NEW! | $11.95

MASTERWORKS

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