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This issue's topic is music for small-handed pianists. Due to technical difficulties, not all of the material can be presented in this issue. In the April issue we will be able to include the remainder of the material for this topic: further submissions are welcome until the beginning of March.

SELECTED PIANO REPERTOIRE FOR SMALL HANDS (less than an octave)

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Agay, D.: 12 Little Pieces on Five Note Patterns

Bach, J.S.: 2 Part Inventions
Little Preludes and Fugues
Anna Magdalena Notebook
French Suites
Suite in A+ S824 (W.F. Buchlein)

Casella: 11 Children's Pieces (Final chords may need some editing)

Coulthard: Pieces for the Present

Debussy: The Children's Corner Suite (#'s 1,2, 3)
Le Petite Negre

Gillock: Lyric Pieces (selected works)

Handel: An Introduction to Handel (Alfred)

Haydn: Klavierstucke: Wiener Urtext)
Il Maestra e lo Scolare (Duet)
Allegretto in G + (Hob XVII/10)
6 Leichte Variationen (HobXVII/5)
and others; wide selection
Ibert: Histoires:(#'s 1, 3, 4,5,8,9,10) feasible for
performance with a few adjustments
Petite Suite

Joachim: 12 Tone Piano Pieces

Mendelssohn: Children's Pieces #'s 2, 3

Mozart: An Introduction to Mozart (Alfred)
Variations:" Ah, vous dirais je , Mamam" (1 6, &11)

Palmer: A Contemporary Album for the Young

Pentland: Space Studies, Echoes 1 and 2

Persichetti: Sonatinas: #1 (1st and 2nd movments), 4,5,6

Poulenc: Villegeoises

Prokovieff: Vision Fugitives: 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 16, 17

Rameau: Les Nais de Sologne

Ravel: Ma Mere L'Oye (Duet)

Schumann: Album for the Young (selected)
Scenes from Childhood
(#'s 1, 3, 4, 8, 10,11, and possibly 14)
Children's Sonata

Stravinsky, I: Five Finger Pieces
Three Easy Pieces for Five Fingers (duet)

Stravinsky, S: Piano Music for Children (Vols. 1 &2)

Tansman: Pour Les Enfants (Vols. 1 4) Selected in vol.4

Tschaikowsky: Album for the Young (selected)

Villa Lobos: The Three Maries (1 and 2)

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Submitted by
Mary Tickner, Coordinator