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Anthology of Impressionistic Piano Music
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Anthology of Impressionistic Piano Music

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc W/Dvd
Arranger Maurice Hinson
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade Int/Early Adv
Catalog # 22581

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Anthology of Impressionistic Piano Music Arranged by Maurice Hinson. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 22581, UPC: 038081230320)

Dr. Maurice Hinson caps off his extensive library of period anthologies and DV Ds with a comprehensive look at Impressionist compositions. This beautifully e ngraved edition includes works by the top 20 Impressionistic composers, an ext ensive foreword with historical information on each composer, specific perform ance notes for each pieces and a look at the compositional techniques used by Impressionists. In the companion DVD-lecture, Dr. Hinson explores four aspects of Impressionism: early influences, performance techniques, musical character istics and specific repertoire from the anthology. Alfred's DVDs provide a str ong visual and auditory reference for stylistic and technical interpretations, which are important tools for enhancing any musical performance. 208 pages.

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