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Dive Into New Piano Repertoire This Summer!
Summer is the perfect time to relax and enjoy a change of pace, maybe even a vacation from your usual work and responsibilities. What a perfect time to indulge, to play the music that you want to play, wander through new repertoire, and delight in playing for fun. Explore a new composer, learn a new piece, take on the challenge of stretching into a new territory. Hildegard Publishing is proud to be the foremost publisher of piano works by women composers.
Crawford's Preludes stand squarely in the tradition of prelude-writing from Bach to Chopin, Debussy and Scriabin. Although her preludes 6-9 have been previously published, these five appear in this carefully prepared and well-researched edition for the first time.
Consisting of five pieces in dance forms, these pieces vary in difficulty and are notated entirely in the treble clef. An excellent way to introduce young pianists to music by women composers!
A setting of four poems from the collection of poems by Alaskan women. The work moves from the resilience in the face of adversity expressed in "Roads," to the intimate dialogue of “There Were Suddenly Two Stones,” to a vivid depiction of bleak wintry day and concludes with the optimistic poem “Out of Wind, Out of Sun” affirming the work that women do in making art out of the nature that surrounds them.