Bochsa’s Three Progressive Sonatas present a good alternative to the well-known ones by Naderman. They are the easiest sonatas in the harp repertoire, presenting a young musical prodigy’s first foray into pedagogy, and the fun spirit behind the technical patterns lends them charm and spice. They also make very user-friendly material for sight-reading and for light background music, in an expressive late classical style still destined to the single-action harp.
Newly typeset, corrected and marked for easy understanding and performance.
|Title:||Trois Sonates progressives|
|Composer:||NC Bochsa (1789-1856)|
|Arranger:||Edited by Dominique Piana|
|Format:||Harp Part stapled|
|Size:||11" x 8.5" (US Letter)|
|Publisher:||Editions Harpiana Publications|
|Series:||Gems Unearthed - Harp Originals|