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« on: January 08, 2013, 12:08:41 PM »

I came across some complete recordings/playlists of the standard etude repertoire for students that may be interesting for some of you teachers.

Just in case, this is NOT meant as a thread to express whether you are for or against such materials. I didn't even know many of those from my own experience and I must say that there are really nice pieces among them.

Random order:

Czerny op. 599 - 100 Practical exercises for beginners

Czerny op. 823 - The Complete Little Pianist

Burgmuller Op.100 - 25 Études faciles et progressives

Heller op. 45 - 25 Etudes Melodiques

Heller op. 46 - 30 Etudes Progressives

Czerny op. 299 - School of Velocity

Czerny op. 261 - 101 exercises

Czerny op. 821 - 160 8-measure exercises

Czerny op. 636 - Preliminary School of Finger Dexterity

Czerny op. 740 Art of Finger Dexterity

Cramer 60 selected etudes

Clementi - Gradus ad Parnassum

Hummel op. 125 - 24 etudes

Complete Moszkowski Etudes Op.72 & Op.92 (in preparation for more difficult repertoire like, for example, the etudes by Chopin and Liszt)

I encourage you all to add such recordings to the list. I'll continue adding to this post what I find so we have a good reference to help others.

Paul
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« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2013, 12:21:51 PM »

thank you so much for going in and filtering this like you did , i posted about this incredible database they are building about 4 days ago. it is unbelievable that they plan on eventually having approx 9K videos when it is all said and done. (to anyone interested here is the original post i mentioned them in)
http://www.pianostreet.com/smf/index.php?topic=49476.0

i don't know how to create a link that has another name (i.e. your 'free text' own title that is a hyperlink to something), so your collection is awesme. hopefully as they complete more of this project (i believe they are about 20% there) we'll have more folks with better skills at this sort of thing than I do similar collections to make locating these things easier (the basic yt channel search feature i think is the only way to go in and look unless they create specific playlists within the collection, which i hope they cont to do on the back end of things)
thanks again!
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« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2013, 12:29:34 PM »

thank you so much for going in and filtering this like you did

You're welcome. Not all of those links are from that same project, by the way (actually only 2).

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« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2013, 12:33:35 PM »

Off-topic:
i don't know how to create a link that has another name (i.e. your 'free text' own title that is a hyperlink to something)

The code is simple. Just click "quote" on my first message and copy paste what you see into Notepad. It's a trick with [-] and the "url" parameter. Open the brackets, write url=, paste the address, close the brackets and type your text. Then open the brackets, write slash url and close the brackets.

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« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2013, 12:45:53 PM »

You're welcome. Not all of those links are from that same project, by the way (actually only 2).

Paul

oh wow. thanks for letting me (and others know). i am sorry for giving the impression they were! sincere apologies and again many thanks  Cheesy
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« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2013, 12:49:26 PM »

Off-topic:
The code is simple. Just click "quote" on my first message and copy paste what you see into Notepad. It's a trick with [-] and the "url" parameter. Open the brackets, write url=, paste the address, close the brackets and type your text. Then open the brackets, write slash url and close the brackets.

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i need some coffee, i must be too tired to make sense of it right now ha ha! i am normally pretty tech savy but im a little bit at a loss for executing that right now. will definately practice it though as it's a handy skill.


PS ultra fine job on the Hummel 24 etudes, I had been searching for that for a while! I must not have googled/yt searched correctly or they were added after my last querry (i admit it was a while back), it is an awesome set of tools for preparing and refining and practicing for standard works (sonatas and concerto especially) of that time! thank you Cool

Here is a recent upload (thanks to the poster in the Tureck books thread in the student board who found these), I had uploaded the set of books and there was some discussion to her recordings on it and these were located and offered. Outstanding

Rosalyn Tureck Plays works from her three books An Introduction to the Performance of Bach (I,II,III)
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-EbSmbfX83yxl-GZrLPPHSQ8cK8y8yBS
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« Reply #6 on: January 08, 2013, 03:18:55 PM »


I know it doesn't really matter,... but it's op.740  Grin

Anyway, really thank you for this post!
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« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2013, 03:23:53 PM »

I know it doesn't really matter,... but it's op.740  Grin

Oops! Corrected. Thanks!

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« Reply #8 on: March 01, 2013, 12:39:23 AM »

Thanks paul.

Wish I'd seen this sooner. I've been casually looking for recordings of the Heller studies for a long time and had just about decided to give up and make them myself.

will add this one, which I'm not overly familiar with, but I already often use a couple of his Op. 82 pieces so I'm keen to have a listen.

Cornelius Gurlitt, 35 Studies without Octaves Opus 130
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA3CF4626D64A2DD5
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