Twenty-Five Melodic Studies For Piano is a collection of easy and progressive pieces for the developing pianist, constructed by the great Italian pianist, composer, and pedagogue Giuseppe Concone . Today he is probably best known for his five volumes of vocal studies and solfege, which have been reprinted many times, and are still popular with singing teachers all over the world. However, his educational works on other instruments are just as valuable. As organist at the Chapel Royal in Turin, he certainly knew his way around a keyboard instrument – these studies form a noteworthy volume.
|Series||Schirmer's Library Of Musical Classics|
|Bidragydere||Concone, Giuseppe (Composer)|
|Release Dato||2002-09-23 00:00:00|
|Instrument (fx guitar, sang m.m.)||Klaver|
|Type (fx Instrumentskole o.lign.)||Studie|
|Media (fx Bog, CD, DVD m.m.)||Noder|