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by Denes Agay

eBook Easy Classics to Moderns (Music for Millions, Vol. 17) epub
  • ISBN: 0825640172
  • Author: Denes Agay
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amsco (1956)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1365 kb
  • FB2 size 1618 kb
  • Formats mobi txt rtf lrf


And a nice collection for the more advanced player.

And a nice collection for the more advanced player. meaning mid 20th Century. 3 people found this helpful.

Easy Classics to Moderns book. Easy Classics To Moderns: (MFM 17) (Music for Millions). 0825640172 (ISBN13: 9780825640179). Music Sales America)  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Easy Classics to Moderns: Music for Millions Series.

Music for Millions Series. Music For Millions: Volume 27. Format: piano solo book. Description More Easy Classics to Moderns is a sequel to widely popular first volume, presenting 148 pieces by masters from the Baroque to the Modern period. Music for Millions Series - Volume 17. Classical. Collection (softcover). As a result of the extended period of music history covered in thi. 0 EUR - Sold by Woodbrass Pre-shipment lead time: 3-10 days - In Stock Supplier.

Easy classics to moderns. New York : Consolidated Music Publishers. Earlier printing, 1956, titled: A collection of easy classics to moderns. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. The one hundred and forty-two easy pieces. were compiled form piano literature of nearly three centuries, dating from the second half of the seventeenth century to the present time.

EASY CLASSICS TO MODERNS 142 PIANO PIECES MFM17 Format: Paperback. Destination, rates & speeds. Published by Amsco (1992). Published by Hal Leonard Publishers. ISBN 10: 0825640172 ISBN 13: 9780825640179. 3. Easy Classics to Moderns (Music for Millions Series, Volume 17). Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation. Published by AMSCO Music (1999).

Music for Millions Series - Volume 17. This book has lots of easy piano pieces from Baroque to Modern. They include minuets, musettes, sonatinas, gavottes, marches, and waltzes.

These 142 pieces by the masters of piano literature date from the second half of the 17th century to the present day.

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(Music Sales America). These 142 pieces by the masters of piano literature date from the second half of the 17th century to the present day.
Comments: (7)
Aradwyn
Wow. Love the music. Have owned several copies before, but they are inevitably loaned out to students. This copy says Hal Leonard, not the original publisher - I guess they bought that company. However, the printing on the inside is on par of what one gets from IMSLP scanned and printed. The net result is that the music is rather difficult to read. Makes me wonder if the copy I got is counterfeit, or if Hal Leonard isn't using the original printing plates -- having scanned them in and then printing from a less than perfect digital copy. The staff lines are visibly rough, not smooth. Notes seem to blur together. On one page, the double bar itself is blotchy as if a printer was running out of ink. The other Classics to Modern I have from the original publisher are VERY clean printing. Will see if I can locate an old "Easy Classics to Modern" to confirm my believe that this the Hal Leonard printing is majorly subpar to what I remember from the prior publisher. If so, I'll be returning this one and only purchasing used copies.
Varshav
If you're looking for more of interest than is found in your piano course books (such as the Alfred's course), this will provide that variety. Most of the arrangements are in "easy keys", but not all, giving you room for advancement, and new songs to play as you become a better pianist.
Mogelv
This is a great selection of music that spans several levels of difficulty beginning with just a little more than beginning level to grade 2 or 3. It helps pianists, especially young pianists, get a feel for the styles of a number of different composers. I've found that quite a few of the selection appear in different method books, so it's nice for the students to see that they're actually playing "real" music.
Goltigor
Had volume 27 years ago when I last took lessons and enjoyed it. When I took playing back up I rebought volume 27 and love it so much that I purchased this volume as well. They are both wonderful to play. The songs are not rearranged to be easier; they are original to how they were written but are easier pieces. For reference, I took lessons on and off for maybe a total of 3 years, between 20 and 10 years ago. These pieces are easy enough for me to master after putting in ample practice but not easy enough to plop right down and play. Just the right amount of challenging!
Goldfury
Great book with lots of technique, challenging and fun classic pieces. Some are pretty easy, but others will take some work for an intermediate student.
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JoJogar
This replaces an old one that just wore out from many pianists in my home. So glad to get my own copy so I can write my notes on the pages and not deal anymore with torn or loose pages. Love this book! Oh, it's not "easy." It's for an Intermediate, not a beginning. It is not "easy piano."
Malien
This was one of the books that was assigned in my college class piano years ago. I have recently started playing again and am working my way thru my old repertoire. I bought this book to replace the one that is 25 years old. I did have it rebound with spiral binding that makes a huge difference in how it lays and probably how it will age too.
Reading some other reviews, I thought I'd post a warning that this book, though it calls itself easy, is more suitable for an early intermediate pianist.

If you're buying for a beginner, there are some other excellent Denes Agay collections to use first. An Introduction to Classics to Moderns (Forty Very Easy Original Keyboard Pieces) is excellent to start out with. Somewhat harder, though still easier than this book are the two volume set, Joy Of First Classics (Joy Of...Series) and Joy Of First Classics 2.

As another reviewer has noted, the bindings on these books are not well designed to open flat. This can be remedied by doing an old-fashioned "book opening" in which you press open a couple pages at a time, alternating between the front and end of the book.
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