Piano Score Unlimited

Piano Scores Unlimited For MUSIC SCHOOLS, CONSERVATOIRES, MULTIMEDIA LIBRARIES, SCHOOLS, PIANO TEACHERS, EXPERIENCED OR NOVICE PIANISTS, CONCERT PERFORMERS, can give the scores out freely for lessons, exams, homework, etc. without them being considered as photocopies.

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Retail Price - Prix Client : 63,89 CHF tax incl.

Price - Prix (TAR Incl.) tax excl. : 63,89 CHF

63,89 CHF

THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF PIANO SCORES CONTAINED ON A SINGLE DVD-ROM FOR LISTENING TO OR PRINTING, ROYALTY FREE AND WITHOUT RESTRICTION.

 

PIANO SCORE UNLIMITED : Das größte Partitur-Repertoire für Klaviermusik zusammengefasst auf nur einer DVD-Rom zum freien

Fonctionne sous Windows® 2000   Fonctionne sous Windows® 7 

 

THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF PIANO SCORES CONTAINED ON A SINGLE DVD-ROM FOR LISTENING TO OR PRINTING, ROYALTY FREE AND WITHOUT RESTRICTION.

630 major works organized according to level of difficulty
2,500 pages of music to print
26 hours of listening time (the equivalent to 20 audio CDs)



BABELL, BACH, BEETHOVEN, BIZET, BOCCHERINI, BURGMULLER, CHOPIN, CLEMENTI, CORELLI, COUPERIN, CZERNY, DAQUIN, DEBUSSY, DIABELLI, FRANCK, GLUCK, GOUNOD, GRAUPNER, GURLITT, HAENDEL, HASSE, HAYDN, HÄSSLER, JOPLIN, KREBS, KRIEGER, LULLY, MARTINI, MASSENET, MENDELSSOHN, MOZART, PACHELBEL, PETZOLD, PURCELL, RAMEAU, SCARLATTI, SCHUBERT, SCHUMANN, STRAUSS, TCHAIKOVSKI, TELEMANN, TÜRK


Who is Piano Scores Unlimited for?


Music schools, conservatoires, piano teachers, experienced or novice pianists and concert performers can give the scores out freely for lessons, exams, homework, etc. without them being considered as photocopies

 

 

Several possible uses:

When the software is installed in a teaching room, students will enjoy hearing pieces recorded by virtuoso pianists. Afterwards the teacher will of course be able to print the score for the student to work on at home.


For music classes or taster lessons in elementary schools, high schools, conservatoires, etc. you will have an inexhaustible and pleasurable way to learn about music from the great composers. The teacher can print scores according to the work he or she would like each student to undertake – sight reading, explanation, etc. using the Audio.


In any event, even if you are a library, you can have access to a complete collection which you can print as often as you like without it being considered as ‘photocopying’ since the pieces contained on Piano Scores Limited are within the public domain.

 

What does ‘in the public domain’ mean?


This means that the composers of the pieces featured on this DVD-Rom have been dead for more than 70 years and that it is therefore no longer necessary to request authorization to use their pieces.


So Piano Scores Limited does not spell the end of music in paper form, but, on the contrary, it is a solution which has been adapted to modern methods and hence lets you expand your collection of scores.


Moreover, by purchasing Piano Scores Limited,
you increase the size of your repertoire by investing in contemporary composers who, to earn a living, need their pieces to be played and bought.


You can choose to:


Start by working on exercises from the collection: Czerny’s ‘Le Premier Maître du Piano Opus 599’, ‘Les Cinq Doigts Opus 777’, and ‘Les Etudes’, Burgmüller’s ‘Studies’ or the famous ‘Petit Livre’ by Anna Magdalena BACH.


Sight read the scores from the definitive Piano repertoire: JS BACH’s ‘Well Tempered Clavier’ or Clémenti’s ‘Sonatines’.


Interpret Chopin’s ‘Nocturnes’, ‘Preludes’, ‘Mazurkas’ and ‘Waltzes’, Mozart’s more famous tunes (‘Fantasy’, ‘Turkish March’, ‘Petite Sonate’) and ‘Sonatas’, J. S. Bach’s ‘Petits Préludes’ or his famous ‘Fugues’, his ‘2/3 Part Inventions’, Mendelssohn’s 'Song without Words’, Schumann’s ‘Album for the Youth’ and ‘Scenes from Childhood’, Schubert’s ‘Musical Moment’ and ‘Impromptus’, Debussy’s ‘Arabesques’, ‘Children’s Corner’ and ‘The Little Negro’, and Scott Joplin’s ‘Ragtimes’ to name but a few. From Handel, Schubert, Beethoven through to Tchaikovsky, Purcell, Couperin, Gounod and Scarlatti among others.


Each score is taken from the first edition or from the composer’s original work and has been fingered with care. To help you in your choice, each piece has been classed by composer or by level of difficulty.



Syst. requirements, Specification


Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 or higher
Pentium IV 1 Ghz, 512 Mb
DVD Player
800x600 minimum Video Card
Optional: Audio Card (to listen to the scores)
Optional: Printer (to print the scores)

Software available in french, english, german, spanish, dutch (nederlands) and italian.