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Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2009 4:28 am
by ilu
Mikhael Iordansky (Jordansky) "Cradle Song", a nice, popular and easy lullaby.

ILU
Iordansky_Cradle-Song-op24.pdf

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 8:34 pm
by Paddys
davida march wrote:
passthesalt wrote:Was the piano placed in the garden so pixies could play it?

The black keys are painted on! Must everything played on the piano be in C major?

If you actually write an article about the "feminist perspective on pedalling in high heels," please post a link here. Seriously, I'm interested in this. I've seen some Cliburn competitors of the female persuasion tripped up by new high heels that were not given a test-drive before going on stage.
The feminist pedalling one IS serious!
(perhaps I told a small fib about the pixies!)
dm
On the subject of high heels (which I don't wear, by the way!) Davida may remember the pre-performance antics of a girl with the initials PF who was also a champion hair tosser. Mind you, I love the Labeque sisters, but I wish they'd learn how to use hairclips!

Cheers,

P.

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:50 am
by davida march
Paddys wrote:
davida march wrote:
passthesalt wrote:Was the piano placed in the garden so pixies could play it?

The black keys are painted on! Must everything played on the piano be in C major?

If you actually write an article about the "feminist perspective on pedalling in high heels," please post a link here. Seriously, I'm interested in this. I've seen some Cliburn competitors of the female persuasion tripped up by new high heels that were not given a test-drive before going on stage.
The feminist pedalling one IS serious!
(perhaps I told a small fib about the pixies!)
dm
On the subject of high heels (which I don't wear, by the way!) Davida may remember the pre-performance antics of a girl with the initials PF who was also a champion hair tosser. Mind you, I love the Labeque sisters, but I wish they'd learn how to use hairclips!

Cheers,

P.
Boy did I have some gossip on her - how I'd forgotten. What was the name of the beloved Rohan...something? One of Roy's last students - poor man.
Helen

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:21 pm
by Timtin
These pieces are about my standard!
Slater Pictures from Storyland Op98.pdf

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 9:02 pm
by Timtin
This one was difficult to filename accurately.
Kinross Mrs Curwen's Pianoforte Method Op11.pdf

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:44 am
by iano
davida march wrote: Boy did I have some gossip on her - how I'd forgotten. What was the name of the beloved Rohan...something? One of Roy's last students - poor man.
Helen
Now now, you two. The poor boy was suffering from RSI, remember.

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 7:44 pm
by Timtin
Here's another easy set of pieces.
Markham Lee Four Little Dances.pdf

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:31 pm
by Ferruccio
Timtin wrote:Here's another easy set of pieces.

Thanks, Timtin !! This is precisely the stuff I need for teaching !! :D

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:43 am
by Timtin
This book contains no one-handed chords at all, and yet poor junior's
expected to cope with keys such as A sharp minor and C flat major!
Kunz 200 Short Two-Part Canons Op14.pdf

Re: Children's Corner

Posted: Fri Jan 01, 2010 10:30 am
by Abraxas
Hi Davida,

The Andersen pieces are still on the AMEB manuals (I don't examine through the AMEB because I think the majority of it is rubbish, including repertoire) but these little pieces are quite bold and musical for such a young grade. Effective stuff.

When I'm home from holidays I will pass them along.

Hope you're well

Ab