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The Early Pianoforte

by Pollens, Stewart

The Early Pianoforte

This is the first comprehensive historical and technological study of the pianoforte based on important primary source material. Most histories of the piano begin with its invention by Bartolomeo Cristofori in Florence in about 1700: this study begins with the ...

pvp. 34.11 €

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The History of the Erard Piano and Harp in Letters and Documents, 1785–1959

by Adelson, Robert; Barthel, Laure; Foussard, Michel; Nex, Jenny; Roudier, Alain

The History of the Erard Piano and Harp in Letters and Documents, 1785–1959

2 Volume Set Sébastien Erard and the firm that carried his name are seminal in the history of musical instruments. Erard's inventions - especially the double escapement for the piano and the double-action for the harp - have had an ...

pvp. 230.00 €


The Keyboard Music of J.S. Bach

by Schulenberg, David

The Keyboard Music of J.S. Bach

Second Edition. The Keyboard Music of J.S. Bach provides an introduction to and comprehensive discussion of all the music for harpsichord and other stringed keyboard instruments by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Often played today on the modern piano, these works ...

pvp. 54.82 €

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The Mechanical Muse: The Piano, Pianism and Piano Music, c.1760-1850

This book charts the piano's accession from musical curiosity to cultural icon, examining the instrument itself in its various guises as well as the music for which it was written. Both the piano and piano music were very much the ...

pvp. 157.95 €

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The Pianist's Dictionary

by Hinson, Maurice

The Pianist's Dictionary

MTNA 2005 Frances Clark Keyboard Pedagogy Award. An invaluable compact reference guide for every piano teacher, student, and performer. The Pianist's Dictionary is a handy and practical reference dictionary aimed specifically at pianists, teachers, students, and concertgoers. Prepared by Maurice ...

pvp. 19.75 €


The Pianist's Problems. A Modern Approach to Efficient Practice and Musicianly Performance

Fourth edition. With a foreword by Arthur Loesser. Illustrated by John V. Allcott. New preface by the author The reader must have noted in the favorite magazines of the practicing pianist how often the same troubled queries reappear: How can ...

pvp. 19.50 €

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The Pianist's Repertoire: Haydn. A Graded Practical Guide

"The Pianist's Repertoire" is a series of comprehensive practical guides to the solo piano repertoire. These are the ultimate reference books for players at all levels: amateurs and proffesionals, students and teachers. Their main purpose is to help pianists in ...

pvp. 35.00 €


The Piano Handbook: Mastering Piano

The complete guide for appreciating and mastering the piano, its history, and its music--with a unique integrated approach to playing pop, jazz, and classical piano styles. Play, improvise, and compose in a variety of styles Includes full-color history of the ...

pvp. 35.80 €

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The Piano in Chamber Ensemble. An Annotated Guide

by Hinson, Maurice; Roberts, Wesley

The Piano in Chamber Ensemble. An Annotated Guide

Second edition of a widely popular reference with descriptions of more than 3,200 chamber works by more than 1,600 composers. CONTENIDO: Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Using the Guide Abbreviations Agents or Parent Companies of ...

pvp. 41.50 €

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The Piano in Spain, from its introduction until Joaquín Turina

The 19th century -what many call the era of Spanish Romanticism- has arguably been dealt with the least. It was not until the later 20th and early 21st centuries that we gained sufficient historical perspective to re-examine and assess a ...

pvp. 20.00 €

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De la A a la Z de un pianista: Un libro para amantes del piano
pvp.12.00 €

Ilustraciones de Gottfried Wiegand. Un abecedario ideal escrito por un gran pianista: sabio, agudo, esclarecedor y personal. El vademécum de Alfred Brendel es un libro maravilloso para los amantes del piano, para el músico y para el aficionado. "Alfred Brendel ...

El Arte del Piano: consideraciones de un profesor
pvp.20.50 €

"Heinrich Neuhaus, maestro de dos de los más grandes pinaistas actuales, Sviatoslav Richter y Emil Gillels, y promotor importantísimo de la actual escuela rusa de piano, nos ofrece en este 'Arte del Piano' una visión altamente enriquecedora de lo que ...

El piano: 52+36

by Romero, Justo

El piano: 52+36
pvp.16.00 €

Las 88 teclas del piano -52 blancas y 36 negras- han sido la base sonora sobre la que la mayoría de los compositores han probado y escuchado por primera vez sus melodías antes de llevarlas al pentagrama. Desde su invención ...

Historia de la técnica pianística: un estudio sobre los grandes compositores y el arte de la interpretación en busca de la Ur-Technik
pvp.45.40 €

¿Existe la técnica «ideal»? La respuesta que el pianista y musicólogo italiano Luca Chiantore nos ofrece en este libro es contundente: cualquier interpretación es válida, siempre y cuando refleje un enfoque estético preciso. Pero entre las muchas opciones posibles hay ...