This collection contains 39 easy-to-play piano pieces from the Baroque to the Early Modern period and presents an ideal repertoire for music schools and private music-making.
Conceived as a current supplement to Bärenreiter’s popular anthology “Easy Classics for Piano” (BA 8758), it offers a wide-ranging repertoire which includes popular classical pieces but also small gems such as Chopin’s “Contredanse” in G-flat major as well as Satie’s “Berceuse” and “Méditation”. Tried and tested fingering by the experienced pianist and piano teacher Annette Töpel help players to learn the pieces more quickly.

- Ideal for students, music-lovers and piano teachers
- Tried and tested fingering
- Practical page-turns

From the contents:
Chopin, “Préludes” in A major and C minor (op. 28 nos. 7 and 20), Contredanse in G-flat major, Schumann, “Bärentanz and Haschemann” / Bach, “Preludes” / Debussy, “The little shepherd” from “Children’s Corner” / Mendelssohn, “Wedding March” / Brahms, “Waltz” in E major (op. 39 no. 5), Theme from the “Paganini Variations” (op. 35), “Verstohlen geht der Mond auf” from Piano Sonata op. 1 (movt. 2) / Ravel, Prélude / Satie, “Berceuse” and “Méditation”