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PROGRESSIVE PIANO 
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Op. 66, Book I 



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INTRODUCTION 



In point of technique and interpretation the Etudes, Opus 
66, by Carl Albert Loeschhorn, are considerably in ad- 
vance of the Etudes, Opus 65. They are invariably twice 
as long, and appeal, in general, to a more advanced 
musicianship. In them the composer evinces the same 
essentially true musical characteristics to which the editor 
of this volume called attention in the biographical and 
critical preface to the Etudes, Opus 65. 

Assuming the teacher grades her work on the general 
plan of seven, these Etudes will be found to extend from 
the third into the fourth grade. Many new features are 
introduced beyond what occur in Opus 65, and many 
problems initiated in that work are further developed 
here, as the teacher-student will discover by comparing 
the analytical titles in the introduction to Opus 65 with 
the following, 

The first table given below is a contents of Opus 66. 
The descriptive line following each study refers to its lead- 
ing characteristic. Other problems than the one stated 
arise and are more or less developed in many of these 
Etudes. 

No. Metre General Characteristic 

4-4 5 finger position. 

4-4 5 finger position, with scales and chords. 

3-4 5 finger position, with scales and chords. 

4-4 Scales. 

4-4 Scales. 

4-4 Scales. 

4-4 Scales. 

4-4 L. H. Melody over a broken chord. 

3-4 Triplet. 

6-8 Melody, with broken chord accompaniment. 

3-4 Progressive broken chords. 

6-8 Short and progressive sequential figures for both 
hands. 

4-4 Melody in octaves. Broken chord accompani- 
ment. 

4-4 Repeated Note. 

3-4 Short Arpeggio (triad groups). 



16. 4-4 Sustained Tones and Accompaniment, thus: 






1 
2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
n 
12 

13 

14 
15 



17 



4-4 
6-8 
2-4 
3-4 



4-4 

4-4 
4-4 

3-4 



6-8 Passages and Sequential Figures on the basis of 

the scale in Thirds. 
4-4 5 Finger Passages Developed and Freely 
Extended. 
Arpeggio. 
Broken Octaves. 
Broken Octaves. 

Staccato Etude based chiefly on scale groups. 
3-4 Short compact groups. 

4-4 Scale Passages in Tenths and also with Chord 
Accompaniment. 
Chromatic Scale Etude. 
Trill (tremolo). 
Broken Chord and Arpeggio Passages divided 

between the hands. 
Staccato Study for the Wrist. 
6-8 Sequential Groups (in broken intervals third 

to sixth). 
3-4 Double Thirds and Sixths. 
4-4 The Trill. 

3-4 Octaves and Chords (both hands). 
9-8 Forms of accompaniment in both right and 
left hand. 
The keys employed are as follows. The figure under 
each key letter is the number of Etudes in the key. 

C F G D A a f E\> Db E b g ab 13 Keys j \ "J** 

mln. min. min. min. ( 4 minor 

9343221 3 1 112 1 = 33 Etudes 

The following table groups the studies according to the 
leading characteristic given above : — ■ 
The 5 finger position and 

short groups developed in Nos. i, 2, 3, 12, 17, 18, 23 

sequence. 
Scale Passages in Various Forms. Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 24, 25 

(chromatic scale) 



18 

19 
20 

21 

22 

2 3 
24 

25 
26 



28 
29 

3° 
3i 
32 
33 



Left Hand Melody Prevail- 
ing No. 8 

The Triplet No. 9 

Graces (Embellishments), 

more or less prevailing Nos. 9, 10, 15, 31, 33 
throughout 

Accompanied Melody (R. 

H.) Nos. 10, 13, 16, 33 

Octaves Nos. 13, 32 

Broken Chords, Octaves, Nos. n, 15, 19, 20, 21, 27, 29 
and Arpeggios 

Repeated Note No. 14 

Staccato Nos. 22, 28 

Trill Nos. 26, 31 

Double Third and Sixth No. 30 

Grouped by Keys the following are in major: — 

C Nos. 1, 3, 5, n, 12, 14, 23, 26, 28. 



F 




2, IO, 13. 


G 




4, 9, i7>3!- 


D 




6, 24, 25. 


A 




7, 29. 


Eb 




19, 27,32. 


Db 




20. 


E 




21. 


At> 




33- 


The fo 


llowing are in minor: — 


a 


Nos 


• 8,30. 


f 


M 


18. 


b 


u 


22. 


g 


u 


15, 16. 



The following brief biographical note from the editor's 
introduction to Opus 65 is added for ready reference: — 

Carl Albert Loeschhorn was born in Berlin on the 27 th 
of June, 18 19. At the age of five he began his music 
studies with his father, and three years later he appeared 
for the first time in public as a pianist. From this time 
until he was eighteen years old his general education went 
hand in hand with his music training. 

In 1837 Loeschhorn studied with Ludwig Berger, re- 
maining with him until the latter's death in 1839. He 
then entered the Royal Institute for Church Music in Ber- 
lin, studying harmony and composition with Eduard Grell 
and A. W. Bach, and piano playing with Rudolph Kil- 
litschgy, a talented pupil of his former master Berger. 
Killitschgy died in 1850, and in the following year Loesch- 
horn succeeded to his position in the Institute. In 1858 
he became a full titled professor. 

Teaching was by no means Loeschhorn 's only activity. 
In 1847, in conjunction with Adolph and Julius Stahl- 
knecht, he established in Berlin a series of trio concerts for 
piano, violin, and violoncello. Their success was great 
in this enterprise and equally so in a Russian tour under- 
taken in 1853. In 1862 Loeschhorn collaborated with 
J. Weiss in the publication of a Guide to Pianoforte Lit- 
erature. In 1885 a revised version was published by 
Loeschhorn alone, under the title Fiihrer durch die 
Klavierliteratur. 

He has composed many works for the piano, most of 
which are pedagogical, and he has also written vocal pieces 
and a number of quartets for piano and strings. Loesch- 
horn was among the founders of the German Association 
of Organists and of the Association of Piano Teachers. 
In 1899 his eightieth birthday was celebrated, and he 
took an active part in the festivities. He died in Berlin, 
June 4, 1905. 




March 14, 1905. 




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XELLEY, JOHN CRAIG 

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SONGS 

von FIELITZ, ALEXANDER 

44 Eliland (Ein Sang vom Chiemsee). A cycle of Ten 

Songs. English and German text. Edition for 

High Voice. . . .75 

Edited by Louis C. Elson. 

45 The same for Medium Voice 75 



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