On Your Way to Succeeding with the Masters

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FJH1433

On Your Way to Succeeding with the Masters® is the perfect way to introduce the different historical and musical eras to piano students. Elementary and Late Elementary level. Music from the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th/21st centuries is included, along with important Practice Strategies for students to learn how to practice. Fanciful and pedagogical illustrations at the beginning of each era depict what were some of the most important people, events and inventions of the day. Women composers are included! A Theory book in which students can delve more deeply into each piece, which includes composition activities, is an intriguing addition for a student’s musical understanding.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Trouve
Ballade
Pavane
A Study in 5/4 Time
Hercules’ Dance
Skipping Dance
The Statues Are Dancing
Two Baroque Musicians
Minuet
Bourree
Minuet, from Pieces de Viole, 1er Livre
Noel
Scherzo, from The First Lessons for the Harpsichord or Spinnet
The Bohemian, from The First Lessons for the Harpsichord or Spinnet
The Scale Ladder
Softly, Like the Wind
A Little Waltz
Prelude, from A Set of Progressive Lessons for the Harpsichord or the Piano Forte
Allegretto, from 24 Short and Easy Pieces, Opus 1
Children’s Song
Allegro, from 24 Short and Easy Pieces, Opus 1
Sunset at the Boardwalk
Monday March
The Cobblestone Road
Soldier’s Song
In the Garden
Going to School
Water Sprite
Happily Exercising
The Mighty Hawk
The Sparrow’s Song
Study
Gradus No. 8
Polka
Tiresome Prank
Playing
The Old Gypsy Violin

Sample of “Step into the Medieval Era (c. 675–c. 1430)” from On your way to Succeeding with the Masters

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