Seitz, F. - Pupil’s Concerto No.5, Op.22; 1st mov. - for Violin (orig.) & Piano (simplified)
By Friedrich Seitz, arr. Philip Lehmann
Includes score and parts
difficulty level of the piano score: *
dumb-it-down.compiano accompaniment made easy
The piano part of "solo-pieces" is arranged so anybody, with a decent knowledge of piano playing, can accompany.
Difficulty LevelThe difficulty of all pieces is reduced by at least 50% but always with an open eye for the quality of sound - judge for yourself:you can watch the youtube videos, and see some pages of the score.The piano score of most of the student pieces are manageable for piano students of the same level - so it's (finally) possible to build duos of the same age.
The simplified scores are ratet with a star system:1 star = absolute beginner2 stars = beginner / side reading possible3 stars = needs an overview before lesson and practice before performing4 stars = practice before lesson and prepare own fingering5 stars = practice, damn it, practice(but hey - it's still easier than the original)(+) = playing only left hand gets the job done (in lesson)
Title: Elgar, E. - 6 easy melodius Exercises for Violin, Op.22 (orig.) & Piano (simplified)
Composer: Edward Elgar
Arranger: Philip Lehmann
Includes score: Yes
Includes parts: Yes
Seller: dumb it down com
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Elgar, E. - 6 easy melodius Exercises for Violin, Op.22 (orig.) & Piano (simplified)