Partition Complete Book, Letters to a Young Lady on pour Art of Playing pour Pianoforte

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Découvrez la partition de morceau Letters to a Young Lady on pour Art of Playing pour Pianoforte Complete Book, Correspondence, de Czerny, Carl. Partition de style romantique.
La partition offre 1 mouvement et est répertoriée dans les genres partitions pour piano, écrits, langue anglaise, Correspondence, Performance pratique, pour 1 musicien, pour piano, méthodes
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Rédacteur: J. A. Hamilton
Edition: London, R. Cocks and Co.

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\LETTERS
A YOUNG LADY,
ON THE
ART OF PLAYING
THE PIANOFORTE,
I ROM THE
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STAGE OFEARLIEST RUDIMENTS TO THE HIGHEST
CULTIVATION:
WRITTEN AS AN APPENDIX
TO EVERY SCHOOL FOR THAT INSTRUMENT,
BY
CZERNY.CHARLES
J.TRANSLATED BY A. HAMILTON,
\UTHOR OF THE MUSICAL DICTIONARY, GRAMMAR,CATECHISMS,
&C. &C.
LONDON:
R COCKS AND PRINCES STREET,CO., 20,
HANOVER SQUARE.
MT
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220
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1840
C.I
MUSIPresented to the
LIBRARY theof
UNIVERSITYOFTORONTO
LIBRARYXNOX COLLIEPREFACE.
THE of Pianoforte School*Publishers my
that I wouldhave to me a wishexpressed
and in aunder the form,explain, epistolary
and familiar theconcise, clear, manner, peculiar
mode of in the instruction ofproceeding my
and of them forwardspupils, leading step by
which I havestep, employed during my long
of the andcareer as a teacher ; that,pianoforte
in so I would detail all those minutedoing, fully
from their could notwhich, nature,particulars
inwell find a a school.place pianoforte
means of the I have en-work,By present
and I havedeavoured to theirsatisfy request;
done so the more because the formwillingly,
* The work here alluded to is celebrated SchoolCzerny's
for the which is now in course ofPianoforte, publication by
Messrs. Cocks which alland Co. and is, beyond comparison,
the most extensive and method for that instrumentcomplete
ever
published.IV PREFACE.
of the nearest to verbalLetters approximates
instruction.
The reader must that,therefore,suppose,
and cheerfulmeans of short,by friendly,
to draw the atten-I have undertakenletters,
oftion of a talented and well-educated girl
about at a distancetwelve old,years residing
in the to every thingcountry, progressively
assist her in the betterwhich might compre-
hension and of the rules which areapplication
contained in almost school.every pianoforte
fol-It is further assumed that each letter
afterlows that which it,immediately preceded
a of about or ten weeks so that
;eightlapse
the have sufficient intermediate timepupil may
to learn all the rules which are laid down,
and to avail herself of them in her subsequent
practice.
instructions hereAnd thus the given pro-
ceed and from the earliestgradually naturally
rudiments to the of cultivation ;degreehighest
for the last letters contain as much explanationPREFACE. V
relative to the of or Tho-principles Harmony
as the limits of this little work wouldrough-bass
in order to facilitate and render intelli-allow,
to the future of thegible pupil any study
of music.theory
I that a and atten-therefore,hope, frequent
tive of this little and an intelli-work,perusal
of the rules therein,gent application given
will to andof ofutility pupils every age,prove
in of their since I have
;every stage progress
in to avoid as far asendeavoured, them, pos-
sible the so ofdryness generally complained
in works of and toinstruction, everyplace
of a ofwithin the comprehension pupilsubject
whatever age.
athese Letters are written as kindThough
stillof to own Pianoforte School,Appendix my
be used withthey may equal advantage along
with other andMethod; therefore,any may
as a notbe considered unwelcomeperhaps,
assistance into general.pupils
C. CZERNY.