Level 1. Little Sonata, Mvt. 1, Moderato, page 6, by C.H. Wilton. From The Joy of First Classics, Yorktown Music Press.
Level 2. Dance Sonatina in F Major, Allegretto, page 75, by Thomas Attwood. From The Joy of First Classics, Yorktown Music.
Level 3. Sonatina No. 2 in G Major, Mvt. 1, Allegretto, page 72, by Jean T. Latour. From The Joy of First Classics, Yorktown Music
Level 4. Sonatina in A Minor, Allegro, page 56, by Jiri Antonin Benda. From The Joy of Sonatinas. Yorktown Music Press.
Level 5. Sonatina in F Major, Anh. 5, No. 2. Mvt. 2, Rondo: Allegro, page 16, by Ludwig van Beethoven. From Piano Literature, Volume Two. Kjos Music Co.
Level 6. Sonata in B flat Major, Mvt. 1, Allegro, page 10, by Jose Antonio Carlos de Seixas. From Celebration Series, Level 7, The Royal Conservatory.
Level 7. Sonatina in C Major, Op. 88, no. 1, Mvt. 1, Allegro, page 27, by Friedrich Kuhlau. From Celebration Series, Level 7, The Royal Conservatory.
Level 8. Sonata in E-flat Major, Andantino espressivo, page 128, by Domenico Cimarosa. From Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Vol. 5. Alfred pub.
Level 9. Sonata in C Minor, K. 11 (L. 352), page 8, by Domenico Scarlatti. From Scarlatti: Masterpieces for Solo Piano. Dover Ed.
Level 10. Sonatina, Mvt. 1, “Bagpipe,” Allegretto, page 129, by Bela Bartok. From Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Vol. 3. Alfred pub.
Level 11. Sonata in A Major, Hob. XVI/5, (Before 1763) Allegro, page 32, by Joseph Haydn. Vol. 1a, Wiener Urtext ed.
Level 12. Sonata in F Major, K. 332, Mvt. 1, Allegro, page 167, by W.A. Mozart. From Mozart: Piano Sonatas. Presser edition.
Level 13. Sonata No. 2 in D minor, Mvt. 2, Scherzo: Allegro marcato, page 30, from Prokofieff: Sonatas for Piano. Boosey and Hawkes ed.
Level 14. Sonata in A Major, Op. 2 no. 2, Mvt. 1, Allegro vivace, page 22, by Ludwig van Beethoven. Henle ed.
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