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Selected Studies Op 45 & 46 (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Desc W/Cd
Composer Heller
Arranger William Westney
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Schirmer Performance Ed
Catalog # 00296587

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Selected Studies Op 45 & 46 (Bk/Cd) Composed by Heller. Arranged by William Westney. For Piano. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 00296587, UPC: 073999965872)

Schirmer Performance Editions are designed for piano students and their teachers as well as for professional pianists. Pedagogical in nature, these editions offer insightful interpretive suggestions, pertinent fingering, and historical and stylistic commentary. Prepared by renowned artists/teachers, these publications provide an accurate, well-informed score resource for pianists.

Stephen Heller (1813-1888), a Hungarian-born concert pianist and composer, counted Chopin, Schumann and Liszt among his friends and admirers. Settling in Paris, he produced more than 160 published piano works. The beautifully evocative Studies, Op. 45 & 46 are among the compositions of Heller which are most familiar to pianists today. Editor & recording artist: William Westney
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANVIL, THE (OP. 46, NO. 2)  
AVALANCHE, THE (OP. 45, NO. 2)  
BALLET, THE (OP. 45, NO. 20)  
CAREFREE (OP. 46, NO. 1)  
CELESTIAL VOICES (OP. 45, NO. 9)  
IL PENSEROSO (OP. 45, NO. 16)  
IMPATIENCE (OP. 45, NO. 18)  
NOVELETTE (OP. 46, NO. 29)  
PETITE TARANTELLE (OP. 46, NO. 7)  
SAILOR'S SONG (OP. 45, NO. 14)  
SHIMMERING WATERS (OP. 46, NO. 12)  
SONG OF THE GONDOLIER (OP. 46, NO. 25)  
SONG OF THE SEA (OP. 46, NO. 14)  
SPINNING SONG (OP. 45, NO. 19)  
WARRIOR'S SONG (OP. 45, NO. 15)  
WIND, THE (OP. 46, NO. 5)  
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