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Mini Maestro

Mini Maestro

50 little Piano Pieces


  • Editor: Heumann, Hans-Guenter
  • Instrumentation: piano
  • Language: German - English
  • Order No.: ED 23198 Q52923

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Description
The three-volume collection Mini Maestro presents little piano pieces advancing progressively from very easy to intermediate level, presented in chronological order across five centuries from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern eras through to jazz, pop and minimal music. At the end of each volume – under the heading More fun to play together – there are three additional pieces for piano duet. All the pieces are easy to learn and offer varied repertoire as an ideal supplement to any piano tutorial method with music suitable for concert performance, tuition purposes, examinations and competitions. 

Book 1 contains pieces in the five-finger range at various pitches, followed by pieces spanning an octave range with simple rhythms and easy chord sequences. Also featured are differing styles of articulation, melody in the left hand, octave or ottava signs, pieces in major and minor keys with key signatures of up to one sharp or flat. 

Book 2 contains pieces with an extended range of two octaves and chord sequences with three or four parts, including inversions. Other features include using the pedal, simple ornaments, basic polyphony, differentiating melody and accompaniment, pieces in major and minor keys with key signatures of up to two sharps or flats. 

Book 3 contains pieces with a range of up to four octaves with more demanding rhythms and speeds. Also included are subtle contrasts in tone, playing with expression, playing more than one part with one hand and advanced polyphony in major and minor keys with key signatures of up to three sharps or flats.
Details
Content text: Michael Praetorius (1571–1621): Old German Dance C major
Anonym (ca. 1600): Old German Dance G major
James Hook (1746–1827): Minuet C major
Alexander Reinagle (1756–1809): Allegro, Op. 1/4
Charles Henry Wilton (1761–1832): Little Sonata C major; Moderato, Minuetto
Félix Le Couppey (1811–1887): Mélodie / Melody
Kaspar Jakob Bischoff (1823–1893): The Industrious Student
Friedrich Baumfelder (1836–1916): Melody F major
Oskar Bolck (1839–1888): Sonatina C major; Allegro, Andantino, Vivace
Moritz Wilhelm Vogel (1846–1922): Brave Knight
Kálmán Chován (1852–1928): Piano Piece G major
Erik Satie (1866–1925): Petit Prélude à la journée / Little Overture to the Day, Profiter de ce qu’il a des cors aux pieds pour lui prendre son cerceau / Taking advantage of someone else’s corns to steal his hoop
Béla Bartók (1881–1945): Folk Song
Georges Frank Humbert (1892–1958): The Cuckoo Clock; The Nodding Mandarin
Marko Tajčevič (1900–1984): For the Young; Piano Piece No. 1
Henk Badings (1907–1987): Canon
Barbara Heller (*1936): Again and Again…
Hans-Günter Heumann (*1955): Clog Dance; Spanish Guitar Player; Harlequin Waltz; It’s Ragtime; Five-Note Rock; Little Pop Ballad; Northern Folk Dance; Boogie-Woogie Spirit
Henry Purcell (1659–1695): Air D minor
Georg Friedrich Telemann (1681–1767): Gavotte C major
Christoph Graupner (1683–1760): Bourée E minor
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683–1764): Menuet en Rondeau C major
Leopold Mozart (1719–1787): Minuet D minor
Anonymous: Minuet F major
Daniel Gottlob Türk (1750–1813): The Lively Boy
Lullaby
Muzio Clementi (1752–1832): Arietta, Op. 42/5
Anton Diabelli (1781–1858): Allegretto, Op. 125/3
Charles Villiers Stanford (1852–1924): Scherzo F major
Alexander Gretchaninoff (1864–1956): Farewell, Op. 98/4
Samuil Maikapar (1867–1938): A Fairy Tale, Op. 28/10
Reverie, Op. 33/2
Thomas Frederick Dunhill (1877–1946): Gavotte G Major
Béla Bartók (1881–1945): Quasi adagio
Carl Orff (1895–1982): Piano Study No. 6
Friedrich Zehm (1923–2007): Melody
Hans-Günter Heumann (*1955): Tarantella D minor
Three four-handed Bonus pieces:
Anton Diabelli (1781–1858): Melodious Exercise, Op. 149/4
Franz Schubert (1797–1828): Ländler, D 366/3
Mátyás Seiber (1905–1960): Tango
Difficulty: very easy
Publisher: Schott Music
page number: 64
The three-volume collection Mini Maestro presents little piano pieces advancing progressively from very easy to intermediate level, presented in chronological order across five centuries from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern eras through to jazz, pop and minimal music. At the end of each volume – under the heading More fun to play together – there are three additional pieces for piano duet. All the pieces are easy to learn and offer varied repertoire as an ideal supplement to any piano tutorial method with music suitable for concert performance, tuition purposes, examinations and competitions. 

Book 1 contains pieces in the five-finger range at various pitches, followed by pieces spanning an octave range with simple rhythms and easy chord sequences. Also featured are differing styles of articulation, melody in the left hand, octave or ottava signs, pieces in major and minor keys with key signatures of up to one sharp or flat. 

Book 2 contains pieces with an extended range of two octaves and chord sequences with three or four parts, including inversions. Other features include using the pedal, simple ornaments, basic polyphony, differentiating melody and accompaniment, pieces in major and minor keys with key signatures of up to two sharps or flats. 

Book 3 contains pieces with a range of up to four octaves with more demanding rhythms and speeds. Also included are subtle contrasts in tone, playing with expression, playing more than one part with one hand and advanced polyphony in major and minor keys with key signatures of up to three sharps or flats.
Content text: Michael Praetorius (1571–1621): Old German Dance C major
Anonym (ca. 1600): Old German Dance G major
James Hook (1746–1827): Minuet C major
Alexander Reinagle (1756–1809): Allegro, Op. 1/4
Charles Henry Wilton (1761–1832): Little Sonata C major; Moderato, Minuetto
Félix Le Couppey (1811–1887): Mélodie / Melody
Kaspar Jakob Bischoff (1823–1893): The Industrious Student
Friedrich Baumfelder (1836–1916): Melody F major
Oskar Bolck (1839–1888): Sonatina C major; Allegro, Andantino, Vivace
Moritz Wilhelm Vogel (1846–1922): Brave Knight
Kálmán Chován (1852–1928): Piano Piece G major
Erik Satie (1866–1925): Petit Prélude à la journée / Little Overture to the Day, Profiter de ce qu’il a des cors aux pieds pour lui prendre son cerceau / Taking advantage of someone else’s corns to steal his hoop
Béla Bartók (1881–1945): Folk Song
Georges Frank Humbert (1892–1958): The Cuckoo Clock; The Nodding Mandarin
Marko Tajčevič (1900–1984): For the Young; Piano Piece No. 1
Henk Badings (1907–1987): Canon
Barbara Heller (*1936): Again and Again…
Hans-Günter Heumann (*1955): Clog Dance; Spanish Guitar Player; Harlequin Waltz; It’s Ragtime; Five-Note Rock; Little Pop Ballad; Northern Folk Dance; Boogie-Woogie Spirit
Henry Purcell (1659–1695): Air D minor
Georg Friedrich Telemann (1681–1767): Gavotte C major
Christoph Graupner (1683–1760): Bourée E minor
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683–1764): Menuet en Rondeau C major
Leopold Mozart (1719–1787): Minuet D minor
Anonymous: Minuet F major
Daniel Gottlob Türk (1750–1813): The Lively Boy
Lullaby
Muzio Clementi (1752–1832): Arietta, Op. 42/5
Anton Diabelli (1781–1858): Allegretto, Op. 125/3
Charles Villiers Stanford (1852–1924): Scherzo F major
Alexander Gretchaninoff (1864–1956): Farewell, Op. 98/4
Samuil Maikapar (1867–1938): A Fairy Tale, Op. 28/10
Reverie, Op. 33/2
Thomas Frederick Dunhill (1877–1946): Gavotte G Major
Béla Bartók (1881–1945): Quasi adagio
Carl Orff (1895–1982): Piano Study No. 6
Friedrich Zehm (1923–2007): Melody
Hans-Günter Heumann (*1955): Tarantella D minor
Three four-handed Bonus pieces:
Anton Diabelli (1781–1858): Melodious Exercise, Op. 149/4
Franz Schubert (1797–1828): Ländler, D 366/3
Mátyás Seiber (1905–1960): Tango
Difficulty: very easy
Publisher: Schott Music
page number: 64
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