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Six Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: Arranged for One Piano, Four Hands Georges Bizet by Robert Schumann

Six Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: Arranged for One Piano, Four Hands

Georges Bizet by Robert Schumann

Published December 2nd 2008
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48 pages
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In 1845, Robert Schumann embarked on an intense course of contrapuntal studies. This led him to rent a pedalboard attachment for his piano, inspiring him to write pieces specifically for pedal piano, including these etudes. The great French composerMoreIn 1845, Robert Schumann embarked on an intense course of contrapuntal studies. This led him to rent a pedalboard attachment for his piano, inspiring him to write pieces specifically for pedal piano, including these etudes. The great French composer Georges Bizet arranged the Six Etudes in Canon Form, Op.56 for one piano, four hands. These etudes are not simply technical finger exercises like Hanon or Czerny, but true works of art like the Chopin etudes. They make wonderful music while working the muscles of the hands and fingers.