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Waltz In A Flat (Op.39, No.15)

Concert Performer Series

By Johannes Brahms

Concert Performer Series. Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Concert Performer. Classical. Book Only. Composed 1999. 2 pages. Music Sales #MUSAM948706. Published by Music Sales (HL.14035539).

Item Number: HL.14035539

ISBN 9780825617386. 9x12 inches.

The Concert Performer Series brings you 12 well-known piano pieces, beautifully presented on strong, high-sheen card, complete with a special CD-Rom which contains both audio and MIDI to help you practise for a truly greatperformance.
About the CD: Track 1 contains an audio concert performance. This track is playable on any CD player or computer equipped with a CD-Rom drive and audio CD player software. Track 2 is a special audio 'study track',on which you'll hear the same performance as Track 1 at a slower speed. Listening to and playing along with this track can help you resolve questions of rhythm and interpretation as you are learning the piece. MIDI data isprovided for both Macintosh PC. In order to use these files, you must have software and hardware designed to play and/or edit MIDI files. The file is a type 1 standard MIDI file (SMF) and is completely compatible with most currenthardware and software sequencers and players. The instrument assignments conform to the General MIDI Standard. Mute one of the channels to practise one hand alone. Change the tempo or even transpose the whole piece to a new key.Add an orchestral or rock background - the possibilities are endless!

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  • 5

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  • August 01, 2007 Loved it.

    great piece. Loved having the cd which played the piece once, then slower with a metronome. Helped me with proper timing. I didn't notice the mistake that someone noted in the third bar when I compared it to the version I had in a book already.

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  • March 29, 2007 Pity about bar 3

    Overall the concept is brilliant, especially for me as a latecomer to the piano via a life on the flute. However, I am disappointed in finding a mistake in the printed page in bar 3 where a alto D flat is shown as an E flat. Not too heinous a...

    crime, but it destroys confidence in all sister publications. Which is a great pity.

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