Title

This and That

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2013

Publication Source

American Music Teacher

Volume

62

Issue

6

Inclusive pages

66-67

ISBN/ISSN

0003-0112

Abstract

Solfeggietto, Wq. 117.1 (H. 220) by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) is widely popular among teachers and students alike - and with good reason. It is beautiful to listen to, fun to play and it has an abundance of pedagogical advantages... But the work's popularity could be a drawback to teachers who may tire of it or who may prefer different repertoire for different students.

I asked five teachers to suggest alternative pieces that offer similar challenges and benefits. The suggestions, ranging from etudes to recital pieces and from baroque to 20th-century repertoire, offer readers a wide range of alternatives to Solfeggietto....

Keywords

Music teachers; Piano; Students; Teaching; Pedagogy

Disciplines

Music Education

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