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2013 Repertoire List

Level 1.  Sonatina on Five Notes, by Oscar Bolck.  page 8, from
“The Joy of First Classics, Book 2.”  Yorktown Music Press.

Level 2.  Sonatina in C by Cornelius Gurlitt, page 28, from
“The Joy of First Classics, Book 2.”  Yorktown Music Press.

Level 3.  Sonatina in C Major, Op. 36, no. 1, by Muzio Clementi. Movement 1, 
"Spriritoso," page 35, from “World’s Greatest Sonatinas,” Alfred Pub.

Level 4.  Sonatina in G Major, Op. 168, No. 2 by Anton Diabelli, 
Movement No. 2, Rondo:  Allegretto, page 80.  From “Essential Keyboard
Repertoire, Vol. 3.”  Alfred Pub.

Level 5.  Biblical Sonata No. 1 “The Battle Between David and Goliath.”
Movement 1, Allegro, page 54.  From “The Baroque Period.”  Yorktown Music.

Level 6.  Vilanella, from a Sonata in F Major, by Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch.
Allegro, page 184, from “The Baroque Period.”  Yorktown Music.

Level 7.  Sonatina in A Minor, Op. 13, no. 1, by Dmitri Kabalevsky, Movement 2,
Andantino, page 137.  From “World’s Greatest Sonatinas.”  Alfred Pub.

Level 8.  Sonatina in A Minor, by Georg Anton Benda, Movement No. 1, Allegro,
page 14.  From “World’s Greatest Sonatinas.”  Alfred Pub.

Level 9.  Sonata in G Major, K. 146 (L. 349), by Domenico Scarlatti.  page 38. 
From “Scarlatti:  Selected Sonatas,” Maurice Hinson, Editor.  Alfred Pub.

Level 10.  Sonatina, by Bela Bartok.  Movement No. 1 “Bagpipers,” page 122.
From “World’s Greatest Sonatinas.”  Alfred Pub.

Level 11.  Sonata in G Major, k. 283, by W.A. Mozart.  Movement No. 1, Allegro,
page 45.  From “Mozart:  Sonatas for Piano,” Theodore Presser Co.

Level 12.  Sonata in D Major, Hob. XVI: 37, by Joseph Haydn.  Movement No. 3,
Presto ma non troppo, page 49.  From “The Classical Period,” Vol. 2. Yorktown Music.

Level 13.  Sonata in G Major, Op. 14 No. 2, by Ludwig van Beethoven.  Movement No. 3,
Scherzo:  Allegro assai, page 187.  From “Beethoven:  Piano Sonatas.  Henle ed.

Level 14.  Sonata No. 4 (Keltic Sonata) by Edward MacDowell.  Movement No. 2,
With Naïve Tenderness.  (Semplice, teneramente.), page 202. 
From “Edward MacDowell:  Piano Works.”  Dover edition.