Turk, Daniel Gottlob; Ferguson, Howard: Sixty Pieces for Aspiring Players, Book II

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Daniel Gottlob Turk (1750-1813), was responsible for the most influential keyboard tutor of its day, the monumental Klavierschule. He also wrote these two books of pieces to accompany it. Progressing from simple two-part pieces to more complex works practising various aspects of technique, the albums provide excellent material for early grades.

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A good start is half the battle: No. 60 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; A little ballet: No. 11 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; A musical impromptu: No. 44 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; A pendant to the knight in the darkening wood: No. 22 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; A solemn ceremony: No. 56 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; An accomplished singer: No. 58 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; An old song: No. 20 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; As swift as a deer: No. 49 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; At a solemn feast: No. 52 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Be thou my comfort, silent solitude: No. 29 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Changing fingers: No. 51 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Children’s ballet: No. 26 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Comfort beside a friend’s grave: No. 43 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Country-dance: No. 53 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Dedicated most humbly to the right-hand little finger: No. 46 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Dignity and elegance: No. 38 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Double appoggiaturas: No. 16 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Fingers under and over: No. 5 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; First exercise in thirds and sixths: No. 31 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; For little people in Lilliput: No. 36 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; For the left hand: No. 57 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Graceful and stately: No. 48 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Hark to the strumming of a poor bungler!: No. 30 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; His playing was gentle and expressive: No. 54 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Hushaby, my baby: No. 4 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; In octaves: No. 13 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Inverted mordents: No. 7 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Moderate high spirits: No. 23 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Mordents: No. 15 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; No great art is here: No. 10 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Noble simplicity: No. 39 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; One day, when I am dead: No. 35 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; One to start: No. 1 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Only fools have idle fancies: No. 25 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Passing-bell and funeral hymn: No. 45 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Peasant’s march: No. 47 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Phrase-endings: No. 8 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Quaver rests: No. 3 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Rests, rests? Nothing but rests?: No. 2 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Short appoggiaturas: No. 9 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Solemn and serious: No. 41 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Sweet was the melody: No. 37 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Syncopated notes: No. 24 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; The echo in an ancient castle: No. 21 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; The perverse one: No. 55 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; The queen of dances: No. 27 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; The singer with a harp: No. 14 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; The two invalids: No. 6 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; The young people dance: No. 32 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; There it goes at full gallop: No. 19 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; This makes me want to dance: No. 59 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Those wretched octaves!: No. 42 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Ties: No. 12 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Time vanishes in joking and flirting: No. 28 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Triplets, quintuplets, sextuplets and septuplets: No. 50 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Turns: No. 18 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; We merrily mingle the dancing lines: No. 40 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Wisdom teaches happiness: No. 34 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; Youthful high spirits: No. 17 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]; A cradlesong by moonlight: No. 33 [Daniel Gottlob Turk]

Additional information

Weight 147 g
Publisher

ABRSM Publishing

Primary composer/editor/arranger

Daniel Gottlob; Ferguson, Howard, Turk

Published date

29/06/1989

Pages

40

Series

Easier Piano Pieces (ABRSM)

Subtitle

Easier Piano Pieces 71