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  1. Alle Jahre wieder - Klarinette mit Audio-Download

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    Uwe Sieblitz

    Alle Jahre wieder - Klarinette mit Audio-Download

    Very easy to easy Christmas carols for one or two clarinets

    35 Christmas carols for the first years on the clarinet. Ideal for beginners, with the first carols kept within a range of five notes and the level of difficulty gradually increasing. A second part and chords are included so that the carols can also be played by a duo or trio. Audio download included: the files with interesting audio and playalong...
  2. Alle Jahre wieder - Klarinette

    Uwe Sieblitz

    Alle Jahre wieder - Klarinette

    Very easy to easy Christmas carols for one or two clarinets

    35 Christmas carols for the first years on the clarinet. Ideal for beginners, with the first carols kept within a range of five notes and the level of difficulty gradually increasing. A second part and chords are included so that the carols can also be played by a duo or trio. The edition is ideal for making music with other instruments from the s...
  3. Unterwegs mit der Querflöte 1

    Katharina Flaig

    Unterwegs mit der Querflöte 1

    A tutor book for the youngest ones - Volume 1: Draußen im Grünen (Out in the Country)

    (Edition in German Language) The series ‘Unterwegs mit der Querflöte’ (Out and About With the Flute) is for children from the age of 5 learning to play the flute in one-to-one lessons or in pairs. The main aim has been to keep the book as concise as possible and to leave out any information which doesn’t directly concern the...
  4. Unterwegs mit der Querflöte 2

    Katharina Flaig

    Unterwegs mit der Querflöte 2

    A tutor book for the youngest ones - Volume 2: Rund um die Welt (Around the World)

    (Edition in German Language) The series ‘Unterwegs mit der Querflöte’ (Out and About With the Flute) is for children from the age of 5 learning to play the flute in one-to-one lessons or in pairs. The main aim has been to keep the book as concise as possible and to leave out any information which doesn’t directly concern the...
  5. Unterwegs mit der Querflöte 3

    Katharina Flaig

    Unterwegs mit der Querflöte 3

    A tutor book for the youngest ones - Volume 3: Vorhang auf (Curtain Up)

    (Edition in German Language) The series ‘Unterwegs mit der Querflöte’ (Out and About With the Flute) is for children from the age of 5 learning to play the flute in one-to-one lessons or in pairs. The main aim has been to keep the book as concise as possible and to leave out any information which doesn’t directly concern the...
  6. Fiedel-Max 5 Viola - Klavierbegleitung

    Andrea Holzer-Rhomberg

    Fiedel-Max 5 Viola - Klavierbegleitung

    Piano accompaniment for the method

    The piano accompaniments allow the pieces to be played as duets.
  7. Fiedel-Max 6 Violine - Klavierbegleitung

    Andrea Holzer-Rhomberg

    Fiedel-Max 6 Violine - Klavierbegleitung

    Piano accompaniment for the method

    The piano accompaniments allow the pieces to be played as duets.
  8. Das wünsch ich Dir & zwei Chansons im Herbst des Lebens
  9. Jin und die magische Melone

    Howard Griffiths

    Jin und die magische Melone

  10. Klavierkonzert Nr. 2 c-moll op. 18

    Sergej Rachmaninow

    Klavierkonzert Nr. 2 c-moll op. 18

    Rachmaninoff’s legendary Opus 18, often lovingly referred to as “Rach 2,” is for many the epitome of the Romantic piano concerto. Following its acclaimed premiere in Moscow in 1901, it proved to be a show-stopper around the globe, finally helping cement Rachmaninoff’s international reputation as a composer. To this day, the ...
  11. Liederkreis op. 24

    Robert Schumann

    Liederkreis op. 24

    Schumann was the first to set a complete cycle of Heinrich Heine’s poems to music. His literary “forks of lightning” had already fascinated Schumann when he was 17 years old. However, he only wrote opus 24 in 1840, in his “year of song”, choosing to set a cycle of poems from the “Buch der Lieder”. He wrote ...
  12. Liederkreis op. 24

    Robert Schumann

    Liederkreis op. 24

    Schumann was the first to set a complete cycle of Heinrich Heine’s poems to music. His literary “forks of lightning” had already fascinated Schumann when he was 17 years old. However, he only wrote opus 24 in 1840, in his “year of song”, choosing to set a cycle of poems from the “Buch der Lieder”. He wrote ...
  13. Klaviersonate h-moll op. 5

    Richard Strauss

    Klaviersonate h-moll op. 5

    During his youth, Richard Strauss composed a large number of works for piano solo, among them numerous sonatas. Yet it was only the Sonata in b-minor that he obviously considered important enough to want to see in print. It was composed in two versions, presumably between winter of 1880 and spring of 1881, and published one year later. Here, Straus...
  14. Andaluza

    Enrique Granados

    Andaluza

    Danza española no. 5

    Among his early piano works, the twelve Danzas españolas published between 1890-95 are a milestone in this Spanish composer’s development. They are in the tradition of the character pieces of Chopin or Schumann, but at the same time exhibit an intense, individual coloration, as they borrow from dances from throughout Spain. This is als...
  15. Sinfonie G-dur Hob. I:100 (Militär)

    Joseph Haydn

    Sinfonie G-dur Hob. I:100 (Militär)

    Haydn arrived in London at the beginning of February 1794 for his second stay in England. Two movements of the Symphony in G major Hob. I:100 had already been completed by then, and the finished work was premiered on 31 March. The trumpet fanfare in the second movement and the use of “janissary” percussion gave the symphony its nickname...
  16. Sinfonie B-dur Hob. I:98

    Joseph Haydn

    Sinfonie B-dur Hob. I:98

    The twelve “London Symphonies” comprise the sublime final statement of Haydn’s symphonic œuvre. They were written for the London impresario Johann Peter Salomon, and Haydn himself conducted their premieres during his lengthy stays in the English metropolis in 1791/92 and 1794/95. The first performance of the B-flat-major Sym...
  17. Sinfonie Es-dur Hob. I:99

    Joseph Haydn

    Sinfonie Es-dur Hob. I:99

    Haydn arrived in London at the beginning of February 1794 for his second stay in England. At this point in time, the Symphony in E-flat major Hob. I:99 had already been completed and was premiered on 10 February. Audiences and the press were enthusiastic, as a review from the following day shows, “It is one of the grandest efforts of art that...
  18. Sinfonie C-dur Hob. I:97

    Joseph Haydn

    Sinfonie C-dur Hob. I:97

    The twelve “London Symphonies” comprise the sublime final statement of Haydn’s symphonic œuvre. They were written for the London impresario Johann Peter Salomon, and Haydn himself conducted their premieres during his lengthy stays in the English metropolis in 1791/92 and 1794/95. In his C-major symphony, performed for the fi...
  19. Sinfonie D-dur Hob. I:101 (Die Uhr)

    Joseph Haydn

    Sinfonie D-dur Hob. I:101 (Die Uhr)

    Haydn arrived in London at the beginning of February 1794 for his second stay in England. By this time, he had completed three movements of the Symphony in D major Hob. I:101, and the finished work was premiered on 3 March. Even the members of the audience at the premiere took note of the pendulum-like accompanying figure in the second movement, wh...
  20. Sinfonie G-dur Hob. I:94 (mit dem Paukenschlag)

    Joseph Haydn

    Sinfonie G-dur Hob. I:94 (mit dem Paukenschlag)

    The twelve “London Symphonies” comprise the sublime final statement of Haydn’s symphonic œuvre. They were written for the London impresario Johann Peter Salomon, and Haydn himself conducted their premieres during his lengthy stays in the English metropolis in 1791/92 and 1794/95. To this day, the G-major symphony, first perf...