New Arrivals

New Arrivals

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    • "Asturias" (Leyenda) (Isaac Albeniz)
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    • "Asturias" (Leyenda) (Isaac Albeniz)

    • "Asturias" (Leyenda) (Isaac Albeniz)

      Isaac Albeniz originally wrote this work as the prelude of...

      Isaac Albeniz originally wrote this work as the prelude of a three-movement piano suite entitled Chants d'Espagne. After his death a German publisher gave it the title Asturias and added the subtitle Leyenda ("legend") thinking this would add some exotic flavor to to piece, but the music itself has nothing to...

      $ 8.00
    • Für Elise (L. v. Beethoven)
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    • Für Elise (L. v. Beethoven)

    • Für Elise (L. v. Beethoven)

      One of Beethoven's most beloved melodies, Für Elise wasn't published...

      One of Beethoven's most beloved melodies, Für Elise wasn't published during his lifetime, only being discovered by Ludwig Nohl 40 years after his death. The identity of "Elise" is unknown but researchers have suggested she might have been his piano student Therese Malfatti, soprano Elisabeth Röckel, or the young pianist...

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    • Gigue from French Suite No. 5 (Bach)
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    • Gigue from French Suite No. 5 (Bach)

    • Gigue from French Suite No. 5 (Bach)

      Bach wrote the 5th French Suite for clavier in 1723...

      Bach wrote the 5th French Suite for clavier in 1723 for his second wife, Anna Magdalena, who was a talented musician. A lively dance written in fugal style, the Gigue playfully stands its theme on its head in in the second half as the voices enter with the tune inverted....

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    • June (Barcarolle) (Tchaikovsky)
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    • June (Barcarolle) (Tchaikovsky)

    • June (Barcarolle) (Tchaikovsky)

      In 1875 Nikolay Bernard, editor of the music magazine Nouvellist,...

      In 1875 Nikolay Bernard, editor of the music magazine Nouvellist, commissioned Tchaikovsky to write 12 short piano pieces, one for each month of the year, and suggested a subtitle for each month's piece. Tchaikovsky accepted the commission and readers of the magazine were promised a new Tchaikovsky piece each month...

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