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Musical Revolutions – An Isacoff Exploration
The new book “Musical Revolutions” encompasses nearly two millennia of Western music and investigates how the sounds of the Western World changed. Piano Street had a talk with its author, Stuart Isacoff, a performing pianist, prize-winning author and lecturer. Read more >>

Topic: fantastic resource for repertory, studies, method books and whatnot  (Read 1500 times)

Offline kalospiano

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thought I'd post this also here on Pianostreet:

https://www.pytheasmusic.org/piano_etudes.html

it's a page I recently came across on a Spanish piano forum.

It's a HUGE list of method and exercise books, plus collection of preludes, sonatinas and etudes graded by difficulty level, complete with the corresponding link to IMSLP or other website for the sheet music.

I'm sure it'll come very useful to many. Enjoy!

Offline Bob

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Phew... That IS a list.  (or Liszt, yuck yuck yuck)


Someone who's anti-exercises is going to have a heart attack seeing that.
Favorite new teacher quote -- "You found the only possible wrong answer."

Offline kalospiano

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well, there are a lot of technical exercises but also many many musically valid etudes, so I'd say also exercise-opposers can find valid material for them
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