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#65525 - 01/12/15 07:27 AM Classical Repetoire
88keys Offline
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Registered: 07/28/04
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I am wondering what material and specifically, which pieces do you use for your 2A--3B students for Classical pieces?

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#65531 - 01/13/15 04:01 PM Re: Classical Repetoire [Re: 88keys]
SharonAdelle Offline
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Registered: 05/26/06
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Loc: Central Valley, CA
I love the Faber Classics books to introduce classical music, especially "popular" classical pieces. For pieces in original form, I've used the Developing Artist series and the Bastian Literature books. I used the Bastian books as a student, so that's why I went to them. I also use a Francis Clark book of just contemporary literature.

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#65581 - 02/09/15 06:00 AM Re: Classical Repetoire [Re: SharonAdelle]
Cynthia Offline
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Registered: 12/03/14
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Loc: Berlin, Germany
I've been looking at a lot of classical repertoire books and I found 'Journey Through The Classics Complete' Book 1-4. I haven't actually use it but I think it will be good for 2A/3B students.

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#65584 - 02/13/15 10:50 AM Re: Classical Repetoire [Re: Cynthia]
EllaCat Offline
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Loc: Atlantic Canada
I like to introduce the RCM (Celebration Series) around this level. I start with Grade 1. We use whatever pieces happen to be in the book - which can vary if they're using an older edition etc.

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