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Beethoven, Farewell to the Piano.
-Early intermediate level.
-With some finger position suggestions
-With downloadable mp3's for audio-help.
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Description: Early-intermediate level. With some finger-position suggestions. With two downloadable mp3's for audio-help. 5 pages
Contains : Piano solo pdf sheet music and two mp3's for audio help.
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Mozart twelve short piano pieces. Early intermediate to intermediate level. (21 pages)Andante in CLarghetto in F Andante con Variazioni – from Piano Trio K.564Menuetto Allegretto and Trio – from Symphony No. 36Rondo Allegro – from Finale, Divertimento in DAndante – from Piano Concerto No. 26 Menuetto – from Don Giovanni, banquet scene, K.527Andante – from Serenade in DMenuetto Allegretto and Trio – from Divertimento for String Trio K.563Andante – from Divertimento for String Trio K.563Menuetto and Trio – from Serenade in DAllegretto – from Finale, Piano Trio K.564
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PasilloPiano sheet music
Pasillo (English: little step) is a South American genre of music extremely popular in the territories that composed the 19th century Viceroyalty of New Granada and the Gran Colombia: Colombia; and especially Ecuador, where it is considered the national musical style; and to a lesser extent in the mountainous regions of Venezuela and Panamá.
Venezuelans refer to this style of music as: 'Vals' (Spanish for 'Waltz').
Today, it has incorporated more European features of classical dance, such as Viennese waltz in Colombia and features of sanjuanito and yaraví in Ecuador. As it spread during the Gran Colombia period, pasillo also absorbed the individual characteristics of isolated villages. This gives it an eclectic feel; however, the style, tone, and tempo of the music differ in each village, and indeed between each country.
In its waltz, pasillo alters the classically European dance form to accompany guitar, mandolin, and other string instruments.
Invented in the 19th century, pasillo became closely associated with the Colombian War of Independence, the Ecuadorian War of Independence and Ecuadorian nationalism.
Pasillo gained in popularity from the recordings of the duet 'Ecuador', once performed by Enrique Ibañez Mora and Nicasio Safadi. It reached its international apex during the career of Julio Jaramillo.
Younger generations of Ecuadorians still enjoy pasillos including new styles: Juan Fernando Velasco, Margarita Lazo.
Some Ecuadorian pasillos include: Pasional, Invernal, Angel de Luz, El Aguacate and many others.
Pasillo has been a very popular style of music in Colombia since the 19th century. Famous Colombian Pasillos include: Espumas, Pueblito Viejo, Pescador Lucero y Rio, and Oropel. Colombian artists such as Silva y Villalba and Garzon y Collazos have helped popularize pasillo around the world.
HabaneraPiano sheet music
The habanera is the name used outside of Cuba for the Cuban contradanza, a genre of popular dance music of the 19th century.
It is a creolized form which developed from the French contradanza. It has a characteristic "habanera rhythm", and is performed with sung lyrics.
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