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N9 26
The little stars
(Folk-Song-)

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The little stars
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The Trout

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The Trout

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Galopp
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In the Lowlands
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Song of the Mermaids
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Chorus
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FANNIE BLOOMFIELD ZEISLER 1 am glad to say that course of instruction. I am especially impressed with the attention
I think tht Norris Fundamental Piano Method contains many paid to accurate phrasing and work with the pedal, both of which
good things, and, if used by a thoroughly competent teacher, will factors are, as they should be, emphasited from the beginning.
mrely be helpful to a serious student.
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Fundamental Piano Method covers the ground admirably. Every-
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This opinion is also voiced by the piano teachers in my department
exercises and studies as well as the pieces are carefully prepared,
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fyhai ue all found especially salisfaclory is the author's insistence
side of the child's study bf music.
upon establishing at the outset the right finger and arm control. We
regard it as a serious mistake to delay relaxation and concentra- A. T. SMITH, Evansmlle (Ind.) Conservatory of Music: Mr.
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has very satisfactorily solved the problem of combining such work to meet the present day requirements. I lake great pleasure in
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Norris Fundamental Piano Method a very useful and sensible playing by so many of the world's best players.

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compiled the "Graded Course of Piano Studies," and it is the aim of this work to make the
theoretical and technical education go hand in hand. Its chief purpose, while forming a
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Album of Eight Pieces. Grade: 4abc, Sa. Album of Ten Pieces. Grade: 3b, 4abc. (Com-
$1.00 positions by Backer-Grondahl. Ok Bull, Grieg, Heise,
Henriques, Hoeberg, Kjerulf, Palmgren, Sibelius,
AMERICAN COMPOSERS Sjogren.)
Album of Ten Pieces. Grade: 3bc, 4abc. 60 cents
(Compositions by Cadman, Ciough-Leighter, Victor
Herbert, Jeffery, MacDowell, Ethelbert Nevin, Seeboeck,
PALMGREN
IV. C. Smith. Whelpley. Arthur Whiting.)
Album of Twelve Pieces. Grade: 4bc, Sab, 6a.
60 cents 60 cents

RUSSIAN COMPOSERS
BACH Album Pieces. Twelve
Grade: 3c, 4bc, 5b.
I,
First Steps in Bach. Nineteen easy original (Compositions by Arensky, Cui, Glatonow, Gliere,
pieces. (The Clavecin Book of Anna Magdalena Karganoff, Kopylow, Kvostchinsky, Maykapar, Pan-
Bach.) Grade: 2bc, 3abc. tschenko, Rachmaninoff, Rebikoff, Wihlol.)
75 cents 75 cents

DEBUSSY Album II, Twelve Pieces. Grade 3c, 4abc, 5a.


(Compositions by Arensky, Borodin, Cui, Glazonow,
Album of Five Pieces Grade: 4c. 5a.
Karganoff, Kopylow, Moussorgsky, Rachmaninoff,
$1.00
Rimsky- Korsakoff, Scridbin, Tscherepnin, Wihtol.)
FINNISH COMPOSERS 75 cents
Album of Ten Pieces. Grade 3c, 4abc. Album III, Ten Pieces. Grade: 4abc, 5b, 6b>
(Compositions by Sibelius, Palmgren and others.) {Compositions by Arensky, Dmitrieff, Gliere, Levin,
75 cents Rachmaninoff, Rebikoff, Spendiarow, Statkowsky.)
75 cents
FRANCK saint-saEns
Prelude, Aria and Finale. (Revised and edited by
Harold Bau^r.) Grade: 4c, (5c.
Etude en Forme de Valse, Op. 52, No. 6.
(Fingered by F61ix Fox.) Grade: 5c.
75 cents
60 cents
GANSCHALS schCtt
For the Home. Easy Pieces for Piano, four-hands. Carnaval Mignon, Op. 418. Six compositions.
Book I. Twenty-five Pieces. Grade: lab (Pr.) Grade: 4abc.
lb, 2a (Sec.) 6U cents
75 cents
Book II. Twenty-five Pieces.Grade: lb, 2a SCHYTT6
(Pr.): Ic. 2a (Sec:) Joys of Youth, Op. 97. Easy pictures and moods.
7S cents Thirteen pieces. Grade: 3abc.
75 cents
HOPEKIRK Musical Pictures for Little Pianists, Op. 94.
Five Scottish Folk-songs. (Transcribed). Twelve easy and instructive pieces. Grade: 2bc,
Grade: 4a. 3a.
50 cents 75 cents
MODERN ITALIAN COMPOSERS scriabin
Album I, Ten Pieces. Grade: ic, 4 ab, Sa. Album of Twelve Pieces. Grade 4abc, Sab.
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(Compositions by Buzzi-Peccia, Catalani, Cilia, Cres- 75 cents


centini, Floridia, Giordano, Marlucci, Mineo, Nardis,
d'Orso.)
Six Etudes. (F.dited by F. Fox.) Grade: Sac, 6b
75 cents
75 cents

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SJOGREN
Erotikon, Op. 10. Five Pieces. Grade: Sab.
tions by Busoni, Cilea, Crescentini. Floridia, Luzzali,
60 cents
Martucci, Pirani, Puccini, Sgambati, del Valle de
Paz.) SPANISH COMPOSERS
75 cents Album of Ten Pieces. Grade: 4abc, Sa. Composi-
tions by Cranados, Moreau, Manzanares, Castro,
JUON Albeniz, Noguera, Hermandez, Del Valle Gomez,
Four Miniatures, Op. 48. Grade 4ab. Cabanas.)
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