This new series features carefully selected performance repertoire of the great masters from all eras. Each piece is accessible to students and creates a feeling of accomplishment. Diverse in style and expression, each selection features melodic, rhythmic, or harmonic patterning to allow for ease in teaching and memorization. The CD, performed by Valery Lloyd-Watts, provides a powerful auditory tool for musical interpretation.
Valery Lloyd-Watts studied at the Conservatory of Music in Toronto and the Royal College of Music in London. She earned a Master of Music degree from the University of Wisconsin, where she studied with Paul Badura-Skoda. She co-authored the text Studying Suzuki Piano: More than Music, which was endorsed by Dr. Suzuki.
|A Pleasant Morning [Op. 63, No. 1]||Jean Louis Streabbog (composer)|
|Arabesque [Op. 100, No. 2]||Johann Freidrich Burgmüller (composer)|
|Ballade [Op. 100, No. 15]||Johann Freidrich Burgmüller (composer)|
|Burleske||Leopold Mozart (composer)|
|Distant Bells [Op. 63, No. 6]||Jean Louis Streabbog (composer)|
|Innocence [Op. 100, No. 5]||Johann Freidrich Burgmüller (composer)|
|Minuet in G Major (Anna Magdalena Notebook) [BWV Anhang 114]||Christian Petzold (contributor)|
|Minuet in G Major (Anna Magdalena Notebook) [BWV Anhang 116]||Johann Sebastian Bach (composer)|
|Sonatina in A Minor||Georg Anton Benda (contributor)|
|Sonatina in C Major (First Movement) [Op. 36, No. 1]||Muzio Clementi (composer)|
|The Bear||Vladimir Rebikov (composer)|
|The Happy Farmer [Op. 68, No. 10]||Robert Schumann (composer)|
|Format:||Book & CD|