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Piano teachers, your attention please!
Not many people know today that the composer Ernst Levy was primarily perceived as a highly-gifted pianist in his lifetime (after all he studied with Hans Huber in Basel). After immigrating to the United States, therefore, of course, many teaching posts were waiting for him, leaving Levy with ambivalent feelings: On the one hand, each class was a welcome and much-needed source of income, on the other hand, a duty which he, especially with beginners, only reluctantly fulfilled. Between 1951-1953, while working at the University of Chicago, he composed 50 small pieces for beginners. This is a bit surprising when you know that at this time Levy gave only rarely lessons. Even if the precise reason for the creation of these works is not known, the underlying motivation for Levy is obvious: it is nothing less than Bartok's ‚Microcosm’. Bartok’s cycle is rightly considered a brilliant milestone in the piano schools of the 20th century – one cannot be but amazed to see that Levy's Fifty Pieces for Piano Students keep the level easily, in some aspects even surpass Bartok! MusicaNeo is proud to make this long-lost, but definitely epochal collection now available to the public. We believe that piano teachers and amateur players around the world will benefit from Levy's works, and now have a phenomenal addition to the pieces for beginners already known.
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Relaxing mandolin music of "Moon In The Glass" by Keizo Ishibashi
perfomed by the author. This composition and other music for solo mandolin can be downloaded on his site at MusicaNeo.
Eugen Doga is a Moldovan and Russian composer, author of numerous works – ballets, quartets, operas, music for plays and over 200 films; he is a multi-award-winning academician of 8 Academies, a People's Artist of the USSR and a Recipient of the USSR State Prize. Eugen Doga graduated from Chisinau College of Music and Chisinau Conservatory majoring in cello, but a sudden hand paralysis made him switch to composing. Some of composer’s renowned works include the “Waltz” recognized by UNESCO as one of the music masterpieces of the 20th century, “My White City” that became the official anthem of Moldova’s capital, as well as music for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1980 Olympics. At Eugen Doga’s personal site at MusicaNeo you can find a unique mixture of various music styles.
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