Méthode pour le pianoforte (Pleyel, Ignaz)

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Publisher. Info. Brauschwieg: Musikalischea Magazin auf der Höhe, No.1155, n.d.[1801]
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Misc. Notes RISM A/I: P 4959¹⁴ (B.8043*)
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Editor 2nd edition
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Publisher. Info. Paris: Pleyel, n.d.[1803-06]. Plate 121.
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Publisher. Info. Unidentified Publisher, n.d.(ca.1800). Plate 5.
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Work Title Méthode pour le pianoforte
Alternative. Title Method for Pianoforte
Composer Pleyel, Ignaz
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. B.801-827
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 27 pieces (originally 24)
  1. Exercise (C major)
  2. Exercise (C major)
  3. Exercise (C major)
  4. Exercise (C major)
  5. Exercise (C major)
  6. Exercise (C major)
  7. Exercise (C major)
  8. Exercise (C major)
  9. Exercise (C major)
  10. Exercise (C major)
  11. Exercise (C major)
  12. Exercise (C major)
  13. Exercise (C major)
  14. Andante varazioni (C major)
  15. Exercise (C major)
  16. Exercise (C major)
  17. Minuet in C major
  18. Exercise (F major)
  19. Andante (G major)
  20. Rondo (G major)
  21. Minuet (B-flat major)
  22. Rondo. Allegretto (B-flat major)
  23. Exercise (C minor)
  24. Exercise (C major)
  25. Exercise
  26. Exercise
  27. Exercise
First Publication. 1797 - Paris: Pleyel, Plate 121*
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation piano (harpsichord)
Extra Information *A complicated history. Dussek wrote the text of the method and Pleyel the music.