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Friedrich Burgmuller: Etudes

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1
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Release Date:
20-05-2022
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8711801017617
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Jewel Case
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KTC1761
Friedrich Burgmuller: Etudes
Friedrich Burgmuller: Etudes

Description

It is quite possible that Friedrich Burgmuller (1806 - 1874) wrote his etudes in imitation of Chopins fiendishly difficult but wonderful works. An experienced teacher resident in Paris, he would have rightly noticed that there was a scarcity of music that would be of interest to beginning pianists the etudes by Czerny, Cramer or Pozzoli are useful but one-sided, both technically and musically.

It was a stroke of genius on his part to fill this gap with his op. 100 and 109, as these pieces cover just about the entire range of pianistic difficulties.

Veerle Peeters studied at the Luca School of Arts in Leuven with Jan Vermeulen. During her studies she became a laureate of several important piano competitions. After her studies, she led the chamber music ensemble Frescamente for ten years.

Veerle has recorded several CDs with work for piano(forte) solo by, among others, the French composer Mel Bonis and the Flemish Zen Buddhist and composer Luc De Winter.

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  2. Friedrich Burgmuller: 25 Etudes Faciles Et Progressive, Opus 100
  3. 18 Etudes De Genre, Opus 109
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