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Lisztonian provides free classical piano music from popular composers and works. All recordings are free to download and enjoy without ads or memberships. Recordings include works from the following composers: Franz Liszt, Johann Sebastian Bach, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Frederic Chopin, Robert Schumann, Moritz Moszkowski, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Aram Khachaturian, Franz Schubert, Gabriel Faure, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Modest Moussorgsky, Edvard Grieg, Claude Debussy, Felix Mendelssohn, Cesar Franck, John Field, Mikhail Glinka, Alexander Scriabin, Johann Strauss, Jr., Isaac Albeniz, Stephen Heller, Muzio Clementi, Alexander Goedicke, Johann Friedrich Burgmuller, Samuel Arnold, Edward MacDowell, Johannes Brahms. Please consider signing my piano at SignMyPiano.com! Here is a complete listing of the works currently available: To a Wild Rose, Cantabile, Op. 100 No. 2 - Arabaseque, Moonlight, Ecossaises WoO 83 - Serie 25 No. 302, Invention No. 1 in C Major, Sonatina Op. 36, No. 1, Excerpts from Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C Sharp, Well Tempered Clavier: Prelude in C Major Original Version, Etude in C-sharp Minor, Op. 2, No. 1, The Separation, Waltz in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 64, No. 2, Minuet in G, L adieu Valse - The Farewell Waltz, Fur Elise or For Elise, Fantasy Impromptu in C# minor, Songs Without Words - Duetto, Pathetique - Patetica 2nd Movement, Impromptu Op. 90 (D. 899) No. 2 in E-flat, Nocturne in E-flat Major Op. 9 No. 2, Serenada, Two Arabesques for Piano, The Prelude - The Bells of Moscow, Arietta, After a Dream, Dreaming, Revolutionary Etude, Foreign Lands and People - from Kinderszenen, Impromptu No. 4 in A flat Major, Jesu, Joy of Man\'s Desiring, Liebestraume - Dream of Love - Love Dreams, Moonlight Sonata 1st Movement, Military Polonaise, Prelude in A Major Op. 28 No. 7, Ave Maria, Raindrop Prelude, Prelude in E Minor Op. 28 No. 4

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Lisztonian provides free classical piano music from popular composers and works. All recordings are free to download and enjoy without ads or memberships. Recordings include works from the following composers: Franz Liszt, Johann Sebastian Bach, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Frederic Chopin, Robert Schumann, Moritz Moszkowski, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Aram Khachaturian, Franz Schubert, Gabriel Faure, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Modest Moussorgsky, Edvard Grieg, Claude Debussy, Felix Mendelssohn, Cesar Franck, John Field, Mikhail Glinka, Alexander Scriabin, Johann Strauss, Jr., Isaac Albeniz, Stephen Heller, Muzio Clementi, Alexander Goedicke, Johann Friedrich Burgmuller, Samuel Arnold, Edward MacDowell, Johannes Brahms. Please consider signing my piano at SignMyPiano.com! Here is a complete listing of the works currently available: To a Wild Rose, Cantabile, Op. 100 No. 2 - Arabaseque, Moonlight, Ecossaises WoO 83 - Serie 25 No. 302, Invention No. 1 in C Major, Sonatina Op. 36, No. 1, Excerpts from Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C Sharp, Well Tempered Clavier: Prelude in C Major Original Version, Etude in C-sharp Minor, Op. 2, No. 1, The Separation, Waltz in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 64, No. 2, Minuet in G, L adieu Valse - The Farewell Waltz, Fur Elise or For Elise, Fantasy Impromptu in C# minor, Songs Without Words - Duetto, Pathetique - Patetica 2nd Movement, Impromptu Op. 90 (D. 899) No. 2 in E-flat, Nocturne in E-flat Major Op. 9 No. 2, Serenada, Two Arabesques for Piano, The Prelude - The Bells of Moscow, Arietta, After a Dream, Dreaming, Revolutionary Etude, Foreign Lands and People - from Kinderszenen, Impromptu No. 4 in A flat Major, Jesu, Joy of Man\'s Desiring, Liebestraume - Dream of Love - Love Dreams, Moonlight Sonata 1st Movement, Military Polonaise, Prelude in A Major Op. 28 No. 7, Ave Maria, Raindrop Prelude, Prelude in E Minor Op. 28 No. 4

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Listening to the wonderful piano helps me fall asleep, every night!!!😁😁😴😴😴
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Lisztonian: Classical Piano Music

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Lisztonian provides free classical piano music from popular composers and works. All recordings are free to download and enjoy without ads or memberships. Recordings include works from the following composers: Franz Liszt, Johann Sebastian Bach, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Frederic Chopin, Robert Schumann, Moritz Moszkowski, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Aram Khachaturian, Franz Schubert, Gabriel Faure, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Modest Moussorgsky, Edvard Grieg, Claude Debussy, Felix Mendelssohn, Cesar Franck, John Field, Mikhail Glinka, Alexander Scriabin, Johann Strauss, Jr., Isaac Albeniz, Stephen Heller, Muzio Clementi, Alexander Goedicke, Johann Friedrich Burgmuller, Samuel Arnold, Edward MacDowell, Johannes Brahms. Please consider signing my piano at SignMyPiano.com! Here is a complete listing of the works currently available: To a Wild Rose, Cantabile, Op. 100 No. 2 - Arabaseque, Moonlight, Ecossaises WoO 83 - Serie 25 No. 302, Invention No. 1 in C Major, Sonatina Op. 36, No. 1, Excerpts from Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C Sharp, Well Tempered Clavier: Prelude in C Major Original Version, Etude in C-sharp Minor, Op. 2, No. 1, The Separation, Waltz in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 64, No. 2, Minuet in G, L adieu Valse - The Farewell Waltz, Fur Elise or For Elise, Fantasy Impromptu in C# minor, Songs Without Words - Duetto, Pathetique - Patetica 2nd Movement, Impromptu Op. 90 (D. 899) No. 2 in E-flat, Nocturne in E-flat Major Op. 9 No. 2, Serenada, Two Arabesques for Piano, The Prelude - The Bells of Moscow, Arietta, After a Dream, Dreaming, Revolutionary Etude, Foreign Lands and People - from Kinderszenen, Impromptu No. 4 in A flat Major, Jesu, Joy of Man\'s Desiring, Liebestraume - Dream of Love - Love Dreams, Moonlight Sonata 1st Movement, Military Polonaise, Prelude in A Major Op. 28 No. 7, Ave Maria, Raindrop Prelude, Prelude in E Minor Op. 28 No. 4

Rank #1: Beethoven: (Fur Elise or For Elise) Bagatelle in A Minor - WoO 59

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This is perhaps the best known classical piano piece of all time - and, ironically, one of the least popular among many pianists due to its over-popularity.

This work was written as a "Bagatelle" which is simply a "trifle" or a short and simple piece. The history behind the work is quite controversial because the title translates to "For Elise" and "Elise" was not a name of any known acquaintance of Beethoven's. This has led many to speculate that he had a secret lover, or that "Elise" was a secret name for another woman, or that "Elise" had other hidden meanings. The speculation can, and most certainly will, go on forever. One of the better theories is that the actual title was "For Therese" but that the individual who discovered the work misread the title. This theory makes more sense because there was a student of Beethoven's named "Therese" who he had proposed to at one point.

This recording was completed at my home on my studio upright piano. I hope you enjoy my recording of Beethoven's famous (or infamous - depending on your view) "Fur Elise"!

Oct 21 2008

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Rank #2: Mozart: Sonata in F Major K. 300k (332) - Complete

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This is simply a compilation of the last three recordings put together to make the entire sonata. I also adjusted the volume to make it a little louder.

Aug 22 2009

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Rank #3: Chopin: (Cantabile) Cantabile in B-flat major, B.84

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A beautiful, short piece by Chopin... his "Cantabile" in B-flat is a well-known work that provides a few subtle challenges wrapped in simple melody and carried by enchanting harmonies.

I hope that you enjoy my recording of this work - recorded at home on my 1941 Steinway AIII.

Jun 06 2012

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Rank #4: Debussy: (Moonlight) Clair de Lune

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It's finally here! I've had a request for the popular "Clair de lune" more times than any other work. I finally committed to recording this a couple of weeks ago and here it is! I hope that my interpretation and recording will not be a disappointment to those who have patiently waited.

Clair de Lune, translated as "moonlight" is one of Debussy's most popular pieces. It is a beatiful work that has much room for interpretation. In fact, the debates about how this work should be played can become quite heated. Although it was composed in 1882, it was not published until 1926.

Apparently, this piece has had a resurgence of popularity due to the release of the movie Twilight - as it appears as a bonus track on the movie's soundtrack. I've never seen the movie, but if you have, and you liked it, then maybe this recording will mean even more to you.

This recording was completed in my home on my Steinway A III piano. I hope that you enjoy it!

Dec 30 2010

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Rank #5: Chopin: Waltz in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 64, No. 2

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This is one of Chopin's most famous Waltzes. It was composed sometime between 1846 and 1847. The piece is marked with the term "tempo guisto" - which means "strict time." When I recorded this piece I interpreted that to mean that any rubato should be limited to within a brief scope, probably that of a single bar. While this may be the case, I have since learned that it was more likely intended to indicate that the Waltz should not be played in the Viennese tradition which rushes slightly into the second beat.

My studies of this piece are notably rushed and I debated whether or not to release this - obviously I ended up deciding to put it out. Perhaps in the future I will re-record this after having devoted a more appropriate amount of time to learning the piece. For now, however, this will have to do! I hope that you enjoy my recording of Chopin's Waltz in C-sharp Minor!

Jan 19 2009

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Rank #6: Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

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This piece was originally part of a larger work but was transcribed to piano and given the title "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring." It is often played for weddings and other significant events.

This recording was made on a studio upright piano.

Dec 01 2007

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Rank #7: MacDowell: (To a Wild Rose) Woodland Sketches Op. 51, No. 1

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This is a very well-known melody by the American composer, Edward MacDowell. He has wonderful music, including this piece, and I encourage pianists everywhere to get to know his music. I hope to record several more of his works over the coming months and years.

This piece is often played as prelude or postlude in churches or for weddings. It has a beautiful melody and is accompanied by an equally beautiful harmonic progression.

As my first recording of an American composer, I hope that you enjoy it!

Aug 04 2012

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Rank #8: Beethoven: (Pathetique - Patetica 2nd Movement) Sonata Op. 13 No. 8: II Adagio cantabile

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This recording is the 2nd movement of Beethoven's popular Sonata Pathetique Op. 13 No. 8. The second movement is Adagio cantabile. "Cantabile" indicates that this movement should be played like a song, or something that has a distinct melody that one could sing along with. This piece was composed in 1798 and published the following year.

You can read further commentary on this piece, including a dedicatory note by visiting this page of my piano blog.

This selection was recorded at my home on my studio upright piano.

Jun 22 2008

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Rank #9: Bach: Minuet in G

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One of Bach's most well-known works is this excerpt from his Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. It is a delightful melody that is simple to learn and easy to appreciate.

I hope you enjoy my recording of Bach's famous Minuet in G (sometimes spelled as Menuet in G - both are correct).

Dec 18 2008

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Rank #10: Chopin: (Black Keys Etude) Etude in G flat Major Op. 10 No. 5

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My daughter loves to play pretend while I play this one. She pretends that she is chasing butterflies... I think that is a perfect use of imagery for this piece. It is commonly called the "black keys" etude because the right hand plays almost exclusively the black keys of the piano. It is a light, but fast-paced etude that is very enjoyable to listen to and probably even more enjoyable to play.

Dec 01 2007

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Rank #11: Debussy: (Two Arabesques for Piano) Deux Arabesques: I

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This arabaseque is the first of two arabesques that are associated together (although they were composed several years apart). It was written while Debussy was still rather young (26 years old) and is not considered to be representative of his impressionist style that is generally associated with his name. However, there are certain aspects of his style that are apparent even in this early work.

For study, I used Alfred's Masterwork Edition edited by Lynn Freeman Olson.

This recording is dedicated to the Robertsons who acted as my parents-away-from-home while I lived in Japan for two years doing volunteer missionary service for my church. Thank you for your compassion, patience, love, and sincere friendship.

This recording was completed at home on my studio upright. This piece was particularly difficult to record on my upright due to the sensitive dynamics present throughout the work. Much of the interpretation and have attempted to convey is lost in the limitations of the piano. If you have enjoyed my recordings, please consider being apart of improving future recordings by signing my piano! If not, I hope you will still continue to enjoy the free music :)

Apr 14 2008

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Rank #12: Clementi: Sonatina Op. 36 No. 4

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Here is the next recording in the set of 6 sonatinas by Muzio Clementi - Op. 36 No. 4. Just two more to go! I hope that you enjoy the recording.

Sep 20 2012

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Rank #13: Schumann: Fantasy in C Major Op. 17 III Lento Sostenuto

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This is a recording of the third movement/section of Schumann's masterpiece, Fantasy in C. This movement is one of my all-time favorite works in the piano literature. Edited by his wife, Clara, this work was originally dedicated to Franz Liszt, although later editions did not include the dedication.

I view this as a highly passionate and energetic work, despite the deceptively (in some ways) slower-paced tempo throughout this movement. The listener will find a great number of ways to interpret and digest the music presented in this recording, just as I have found so many ways of interpreting it as the performer.

I hope that you enjoy my recording of Schumann's Fantasy in C, Opus 17.

Nov 18 2010

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Rank #14: Chopin: Nocturne in E Minor Op. 72, No. 1 (posthumous)

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This Nocturne was one of Chopin's earliest known Nocturnes and was composed in 1827 when Chopin was only 17 years old. However, Chopin never desired the work to be published and so it was not published until 1855 after his death.

This work is one of my favorite of Chopin's Nocturnes. It was recorded at my home on my studio upright. If you enjoy listening to this piece, please consider making a donation towards my future Steinway Model B Piano.

May 25 2008

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Rank #15: Chopin: Nocturne in E-flat Major Op. 9 No. 2

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I am a little rusty on this nocturne, and unfortunately, it shows! However, I couldn't help recording this for Mother's day because it has special meaning to my wife and me. So I am dedicating the recording of this Nocturne to my beloved wife. Happy Mother's Day!

May 11 2008

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Rank #16: Bach: Prelude No. 8 in E flat Minor

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This recording was performed on a studio upright piano and thus does not deliver the greatest sound quality but gives the listener an idea of one interpretation of this piece. Many artists perform this selection at a faster tempo than is heard here but the I feel as though this is an appropriate tempo for the mood that I am attempting to convey.

Dec 01 2007

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Rank #17: Bach: Prelude No. 9 in E Major - Alternate Interpretation

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A few days ago I released a recording of Bach's Prelude No 9 in E Major. I also decided to record this alternate interpretation of the prelude. These are two very different ways of playing the same notes of a score and indicate how versatile Bach's music usually is. His music is extremely open to the interpretation of the musician and leaves so much room for play. It is impossible to know for certain how Bach would have preferred his music to be played (despite experts claiming to know), and is even possible that he varied his own interpretation of his works. This leaves his music a mystery to be enjoyed uniquely by each performer.

Be sure to listen to this recording along with the alternate recording of the same piece.

Feb 19 2009

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Rank #18: Liszt: Transcendental Etude No. 1

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This is the first in the set of 12 Transcendental Etudes. The set of Etudes is wonderful and this piece provides a great "prelude" into the rest of the series.

Dec 01 2007

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Rank #19: Mozart: Sonata in C Major K. 300h (330) - Andante cantabile

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This is the Andante section of Mozart's Sonata in C Major. Although the Sonata begins and concludes in C Major, this particular excerpt from the piece is in F Major. It was composed in the summer of 1778.

I am dedicating this recording to my dear mother. Mozart is her favorite composer and I have grown to adore this andante section of the sonata.

Visit www.signmypiano.com to learn how you can sign your name to my piano and be a part of my music!

May 10 2008

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Rank #20: Chopin: (Fantasy Impromptu in C# minor) Fantaisie-Impromptu Posthumous, Op. 66

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This composition is one of Chopin's most famous, which is why it surprises most people to know it was never published in his lifetime. In fact, he instructed his pupil, Julian Fontana, to destroy the piece. It is not known why, but many speculate that he did not want the piece published for fear that some might say he had plagiarized Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata - this is because a passage in measures 7/8 (and repeated throughout the piece) is identical to a mini cadenza that exists in the third movement of Beethoven's famous work (measure 187).

This recording was made at my home on my studio upright piano. I hope you enjoy the recording.

Aug 16 2008

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Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 10 - Tender Flower

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I almost forgot about this one! The tenth in Burgmuller's set of 25 etudes for piano - I forgot I had recorded this one along with the previous nine and just came across it.

This etude (exercise) is intended to provide technique for repeated notes played by independant fingers. It's short and sweet.

Dec 27 2014

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Clementi: Sonatina Op. 36, No. 6

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I've finally completed the last Sonatina in Clementi's Opus 36! I actually recorded this over a year ago and am just barely getting around to releasing it. I apologize for the long delay.

I hope that you will enjoy my recording of this work!

Jun 01 2014

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Clementi: Sonatina Op. 36, No. 5

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The next in the Clementi Sonatina set that I've been working on. This was actually recorded many months ago, but I haven't had time to publish it :-)

This performance did not turn out great. I would label it as "sloppy" and "rushed" in many parts. However, I am just as human and prone to fallibility as the next pianist (perhaps more so!)...

I hope that you will enjoy this recording of Clementi's Sonatina Op. 26, No. 5!!!

Oct 29 2013

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Brahms: Intermezzo in A Major Op. 118, No. 2

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Apparently this is my first release of a Brahms piece on my website! I did not realize I was missing such an important composer in the classical reportory until now...

This piece is a beautiful Intermezzo by Brahms - one that was introduced to me by a colleague at Washington University in St. Louis. The piece has a wonderful way of playing with dissonant harmonies, coming to quick and peaceful resolution - only to be disrupted again by a twist of harmonics. It's quite wonderful. I believe this is one of those pieces of music that is far more enjoyable to play than to listen to - so for all of you pianists out there, be sure to add this to your list of works! Simply listening to the various harmonies and how they interact (or cease to interact) is a wonderful study in music and leads to some great pedal-work as well!

Enjoy!

May 28 2013

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Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 9 - The Chase

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The next in the set of 25 Burgmuller Etudes: Op. 100 No. 9. This one is fun to play... if you haven't already, give it a try!

Apr 17 2013

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Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 8 - The Sweet Grace

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Here is the next in the set of Burgmuller's Etudes - Op. 100 No. 8. It is titled "The Sweet Grace." I hope that you enjoy this recording!

Feb 09 2013

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Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 7 - By the Limpid Stream

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Continuing the set of Burgmuller's Op. 100 - this recording is of No. 7, titled "By the limpid stream." I had to look up the meaning of "limpid," which means clear, or transparent.

Hearing the recording after the fact, I think I would have taken it a touch slower and muted the inner notes more.

I hope you enjoy the recording.

Oct 01 2012

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Clementi: Sonatina Op. 36 No. 4

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Here is the next recording in the set of 6 sonatinas by Muzio Clementi - Op. 36 No. 4. Just two more to go! I hope that you enjoy the recording.

Sep 20 2012

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MacDowell: (To a Wild Rose) Woodland Sketches Op. 51, No. 1

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This is a very well-known melody by the American composer, Edward MacDowell. He has wonderful music, including this piece, and I encourage pianists everywhere to get to know his music. I hope to record several more of his works over the coming months and years.

This piece is often played as prelude or postlude in churches or for weddings. It has a beautiful melody and is accompanied by an equally beautiful harmonic progression.

As my first recording of an American composer, I hope that you enjoy it!

Aug 04 2012

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Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 6 - Progress

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The next in the set of Etudes by Burgmuller. A fun piece that I highly recommend!

Jul 16 2012

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Chopin: (Cantabile) Cantabile in B-flat major, B.84

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A beautiful, short piece by Chopin... his "Cantabile" in B-flat is a well-known work that provides a few subtle challenges wrapped in simple melody and carried by enchanting harmonies.

I hope that you enjoy my recording of this work - recorded at home on my 1941 Steinway AIII.

Jun 06 2012

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Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 5 - Innocence

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The fifth in Burgmuller's set of 25 etudes for piano. This one is intended to provide practice for developing quick and nimble fingers in the right hand. A fun piece to play and highly recommended.

May 05 2012

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Burgmuller: (Children's Party) Op. 100 No. 4 - Petite reunion

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The fourth in Burgmuller's set of 25 etudes for piano. This one is intended to provide practice for using thirds in both right and left hands.

Recorded on my Steinway AIII, I hope you enjoy the recording!

Apr 08 2012

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Burgmuller: (Pastoral) Op. 100 No. 3 - Pastorale

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Here is No. 3 in Burgmuller's set of 24 etudes for piano, Op. 100.

Recorded on my Steinway AIII.

I hope that you enjoy it!

Apr 01 2012

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Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 2 - Arabaseque

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The second etude in Burgmuller's Opus 100. This one is fairly well recognized. I think I found some better recording settings with this one than I used on the first etude. This was recorded on my Steinway AIII - a fun piece that I hope you enjoy!

Mar 18 2012

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Burgmuller: (Artless Mind) Op. 100 No. 1 - La candeur

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The first etude in a set of 25 by Burgmuller. I will be publishing all 25 eventually. This recording was made using a couple of new microphones - nothing fancy, but reduces the noise on my recordings. I hope you enjoy this set of etudes!

Mar 16 2012

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Franck: Poco Allegretto

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Here is a short piece by Cesar Franck that I came across in one of my sheet music sets. I love the melody and the way that Franck uses hanging tones to harmonize.

This recording is dedicated to a young listener, Sayuri, from Brazil. I hope that she will enjoy listening to this recording!

Sep 18 2011

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Burgmuller: Harmony of the Angels Op. 100, No. 21

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A brief work that has some surprisingly difficult dynamics to it. This was recorded at my home on my Steinway A III. I hope that you enjoy this recording.

Jul 05 2011

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Arnold: Song of the Shepherd Boy

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A short work by Samuel Arnold (1740-1802). I discovered this piece in a music compliation book by Alfred. This was recorded at my home on my Steinway AIII. I hope that you enjoy it!

Jun 15 2011

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Burgmuller: Ave Maria (Andante Religioso): Op. 100, No. 19

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My first recording of a work by Burgmuller. I discovered this work in Alfred's "Classical Music for the Church Service: Volume 2." I apologize in advance if people stumbled on this piece looking for one of the many other works titled, "Ave Maria." :-)

This recording was performed at my home on my Steinway A III. I hope that you enjoy it!

May 10 2011

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iTunes Ratings

334 Ratings
Average Ratings
265
29
17
10
13

Classical piano

By love kubra - Nov 15 2019
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I love how they do it really smooth

Amazing!!!

By APhoenix124 - Sep 17 2019
Read more
Listening to the wonderful piano helps me fall asleep, every night!!!😁😁😴😴😴