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Elementary Studies

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Voicing/Format Piano
Desc Ed21315
Composer Jean-Bapti Duvernoy
Arranger Hans-Gunter Heumann
Publisher Schott
Grade Easy
Catalog # 49019113

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Elementary Studies Composed by Jean-Bapti Duvernoy. Arranged by Hans-Gunter Heumann. For Piano. Published by Schott. (Catalog # 49019113, UPC: 884088699321)

'san-Baptiste Duvernoy (1800-1880) was a French pianist, composer, and professor of piano at the Conservatoire de Paris. A composer of more than 300 works, he is primarily known for his studies, including the opus 176 Elementary Studies, which were written for beginner's lessons on the piano. Duvernoy's studies intentionally lack technical sophistication making them a suitable complement to Czerny études. The lack of technical rigor allows students the latitude to focus on expression, lyricism and tone production...With clearly notated articulation and dynamic markings, the student has the opportunity to experience music making on a number of levels...Looking at the music itself the quality and mindfulness of Schott's typography is self-evident. Through careful spacing, most of the studies fit well on a single page.--American Music Teacher

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