Complete works for pianoforte solo, Volume 1

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Courier Corporation, 1975 - Music - 220 pages
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Mendelssohn's complete works for pianoforte solo are now contained in this two-volume republication of the outstanding Breitkopf & Hartel edition. Included in Volume One are: "Capriccio in F-sharp Minor" (1825), "Sonata in E Major" (1826), Seven Characteristic Pieces," "Rondo Capriccioso in E Major" (1824), "Fantasy in F-sharp Minor" (1835), "Andante cantabile e Presto agitato in B Major" (1838), "Etude in F Minor" (1836), "Scherzo in B Minor," "Gondola Song in A Major" (1837), "Scherzo a Capriccio in F-sharp Minor," "Three Caprices" (1833 1835), "Six Preludes and Fugues" (1827 1837), "Variations Serieuses in D Minor" (1841), "Six Pieces for Children" (c. 1842), "Variations in E-flat Major" (1841), and Variations in B-flat Major."
Volume Two contains: "Three Predules" (1836), "Three Etudes" (1834 1838), "Sonata in G Minor" (1821), "Sonata in B-flat Major" (1827), "Album Leaf (Song Without Words) in E Minor," "Capriccio in E Major/Minor" (1837), "Perpetuum Mobile in C Major," "Prelude and Fugue in E Minor" (1827, 1841), "Two Pieces," and "Song Without Words" [48 pieces in 8 books].
Noteheads have been reproduced in a size large enough to be read easily at the keyboard. Margins and spaces between staves are generous, permitting insertion of written notes, analysis, fingerings, running measure numbers, etc. For playing, study, or just listening to records, this work will be an admirable addition to your music library.

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