This is a continuation of the very successful series, 'Classical Piano Trios'.
As in the earlier volumes, here too the range of notes for the stringed instruments does not extend beyond the first position, but the pieces vary in difficulty and in length, the easiest are playable after two years of serious study.
The varied material includes works by not only German, Russian and French composers, but also some representatives of national romanticism.
Consecutive works by the same composer can be performed as a suite.
Schubert, Franz: Children’s March
Glinka, Mihail Ivanovics: Galop
Glinka, Mihail Ivanovics: Andalusian Dance
Weber, Carl Maria von: Andantino
Weber, Carl Maria von: Terzettino
Mazas, Jacques-Féréol: Trio
Schubert, Franz: Francaise
Schubert, Franz: Walzer
Schubert, Franz: Birthday’s March
Thern Károly: Hungarian March
Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich: Teardrop
Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich: Baba Yaga
Dvořák, Antonín: 2 Minuets
Löw, Joseph: Krakowiak
Delibes, Léo: Valse lente
Grieg, Edvard: Norwegian Song
Grieg, Edvard: Lullaby
Grieg, Edvard: Norwegian Dance
Fibich, Zdenek: Furiant
Instrument: Piano Trio (piano, violin, violoncello)
Series: Music for Beginners
Length: 88 pages
First published: February 2003