Classical piano course for early intermediate pianists
Dive into a library of piano lessons on piano works suitable for pianists at the Early Intermediate level. You will find compositions by composers from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods, including Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin, and Bartok. For each piece, you will first learn about its historical background, followed by a brief analysis, then an in-depth look into different sections to tackle the challenging spots.
This course is grouped into four modules, each module representing a musical period. Feel free to roam between periods, explore, and learn to play piano music by a variety of composers and styles.
What you'll get
What is included in this course and what you will learn
What we cover
Below are the breakdown of this course, module by module, with videom previews
Lesson 1 : Rondino by Jean-Philippe Rameau
Lesson 2 : King William’s March by Jeremiah Clarke
Lesson 3 : Air by Henry Purcell
Lesson 4 : Menuet by G.F. Handel
Lesson 5 : Hornpipe by Henry Purcell
Lesson 6 : Impertinence by G.F. Handel
Lesson 7 : Minuet Kp 40 by Domenico Scarlatti
Lesson 8 : Invention No. 1 in C Major by J.S. Bach
Lesson 1: Menuet in C Major by W.A. Mozart
Lesson 2: Pyrenese Melody by Muzio Clementi
Lesson 3: Country Dance in G Major by W.A. Mozart
Lesson 4: Schwabisch by JCF Bach
Lesson 5: Country Dance in C Major by L.V. Beethoven
Lesson 1: In the Garden by Cornelius Gurlitt
Lesson 2: Distant Bells by J.L. Streabbog
Lesson 3: Murmuring Brook by Cornelius Gurlitt
Lesson 4: Arabesque by Burgmüller
Lesson 5: The Happy Farmer by Robert Schumann
Lesson 6: Gukkuk Im Versteck by Robert Schumann
Lesson 7: Jägerliedchen (Huntsman’s Song): No. 7, Op. 68
20th Century Composers
Lesson 1: Piano Pieces No. VII and No. VIII by Bela Bartok
Lesson 2: A Magic Game by Bela Bartok
Lesson 3: Playing Soldiers by Vladimir Rebikov
Lesson 4: Galop by Dmitri Kabalevsky
Lesson 5: Hurdy-Gurdy by Dmitri Shostakovich
Lesson 6: March of the Geese (Gachou No Koushin) by Bin Kaneda
Lesson 7: The Shepherd Plays on His Pipe (Patushok na svireli igraet) by Vladimir Rebikov
Lesson 8: Jack is Sad by Phillip Martin
Michelle is an active professional pianists, who has also been teaching piano at all levels for more than 15 years. Michele graduated from Florida State University with a Doctor of Music degree in Piano Performance, which qualifies her as both a top level performing pianist as well as a well-trained piano educator.
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