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Six Progressive Sonatinas for the Piano Forte, Op. 36 by Clementi
Edited by Dr. Arthur Houle
Six Progressive Sonatinas for the Piano Forte, Op. 36
("With Considerable Improvements")
by Muzio Clementi (1752-1832), Editor: Arthur Houle
This first ever authoritative, error-free critical edition of these universally popular and pedagogically important sonatinas is the culmination of over two decades of study, research, and source acquisitions by Dr. Arthur Houle.
Based on every primary source - in particular, Clementi's little-known (but most reliable) 5th edition, "With Considerable Improvements" - this edition includes extensive scholarly footnotes on interpretation, creative possibilities, and performance practice.
A must-have for every pianist and teacher! Recordings by the editor available soon.
Gallery of Images by Dimitar Ninov
“Gallery of Images” by Dimitar Ninov contains 15 piano miniatures, dedicated to Ninov’s son Tony, for intermediate through early advanced pianists. These miniatures are imaginative, thought-provoking, and fun to perform. Ninov skillfully crafts his pieces to invoke deep musical emotion and feeling. “Gallery of Images” is an exceptional collection of creative pieces and an excellent music education tool for students of all ages.
Cowboy Jazz II by Arthur Houle
So saddle up and ride off into the sunset with these footloose and fancy-free gems for piano. Just remember to wear a cowboy hat and yell "yee-haw!" on the last bar of every performance!
Collection Includes: Tommy Tumbleweeds, Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Tailed (early intermediate), Buckaroo Blues, Saloon Tune, Under the Stars (optional flute/violin part available), Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Taled (late intermediate).
24 Preludes for Solo Piano by Nathan Hall
Zafiro by Julián Fueyo
By Julián Fueyo
For Violin & Piano
First Place Winner of the Abundant Silence 2017 Composition Contest!
Zafiro/Sapphire is a piece inspired by the world´s most famous sapphire: The
Star of India. This gem is unique because of its tiny fibers of rutile in a three-fold pattern that reflects incoming light into a star, an effect called asterism.
Abruptly opening with a variation of the central figure, Zafiro has been designed to feature #G A #C A across a modal spectrum from beginning to end. Harmonies derived from the asymmetric division of the scale are utilized to give the piece its blue and solemn nature. Additionally, violin’s techniques such as ponticello and flautato help to illustrate the majestic and starry-like essence of the precious gem. The piece also features constant subito changes in its dynamics and tempo, as to depict the highlights and reflexes of the jewel.
Here, Where the Land Ends and the Sea Begins
Works composed by Ayumi Okada
This debut EP recording of Ayumi Okada's works highlights her compositional artistry, her beautiful melodies and her narrative voice. These contemporary classical works showcase the amazing compositions being written by 21st century composers. Ayumi Okada fuses traditional and modern sounds to create a beautiful and unique compositional voice. Recorded at Holy Trinity Church in Inwood, New York, NY.
"String Quartet No. 1" - Karen Dekker - Violin I,Meredith Ezinma Ramsay - Violin II, Rose Hashimoto - Viola, James Waldo - Cello
"Cape Roca" - James Waldo - Cello, Alyona Aksyonova - Piano
"A Walk in the Park" - Yumi Ito - Clarinet, Alyona Aksyonova - Piano
"Piano Trio No. 1" - Meredith Ezinma Ramsay - Violin, James Waldo - Cello, Alyona Aksyonova - Piano
The Light Princess Suite, movt I-III - James Waldo - Cello, Alyona Aksyonova - Piano
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Cover artwork by: Chiu-Chen Liu
Cover design by: Alyssa Auerbach