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Burgmuller was a German pianist and composer who was active in the Romantic era s. Though he was born in Germany, he spent most of his adult life living in Paris, and his music tends to reflect the light salon style of the time. No sharps and flats, which tells us one of two things: This translates to fast allegro and playful scherzando. We also have a marking at the very beginning abbreviated to legg. This means to play lightly.

We have to play fast and this is no small feat, seeing as there are 16 th notes everywhere. The tendency with fast playing is to stiffen up the fingers, which ends up making the playing sound heavy and clunky. Playing quietly and fast requires much more control than playing fast and loud. First, we have the staccatissimos, which are the funny little reverse water droplets you see over the chords.

These are like super staccatos, and need to be very light and dramatic.

Johann Friedrich Franz Burgmüller – Wikipedia

We have a sforzando basically the same thing as an accentand some regular accents as well. The tendency with extreme staccatos is to dig into the keys, when really what we need to do is a quick releasing motion, not an attacking motion. So we have our starting section the main tune. Where does that tune change into something quite different? burvmuller


25 Études faciles et progressives, Op.100 (Burgmüller, Friedrich)

After the 2 nd ending. Are there any new parts? In the first six measures, we have just two chords: Suddenly, in measureswe warp to the relative major key C majorand our chord pattern does this:. This brief leap to a major key never occurs in the second A section — instead, we have some Amsus4 chords that alternate with regular Am chords, creating a really somber vibe.

If we rearrange these, we get an E major chord. We do have an interesting switch to an A major chord down the line C E Awhich serves to add interest and help us transition back into the A section.

Because of this, it can be useful to start learning this part by blocking the notes playing a solid chord. This gets your fingers used to the position changes without having to also move fast.

Free Piano Sheet Music – Arabesque, Op. 100 No. 2 – by Burgmüller

When learning to play fast, be patient. Start slow, and really master slow playing. Make sure your notes are clear and concise.

Then, speed up to arabsque moderate speed. Keep it as slow as you need to in order to have good control over your aarbesque. Another area that will require special focus is the transition from the B section back to the A section. This finger pattern is tough, and I recommend lots of slow drilling — even memorization — to help you through this sticky spot.


Nothing is worse than arabesqur overall excellent performance of this piece, with a fumbled and sloppy transition! Play this as beautifully as you can, since it gives us a lovely contrast to the energy of the rest of the piece. Finally, we finish with the marking risoluto — firm and decisive.

This piece ends with a bang, also evident by the forte and sforzando. And to contrast all of those phrase-ending staccatos, our last note lands on a burgumller — this time, we linger on the note a little longer than directed 2 beats in this case. One final note before I send you off with this piece is to check out some other arabesques.

These pieces are usually very fast, and a little ethnic-sounding. Claude Debussy composed Deux Arabesqueswhich are very famous examples of the genre and very beautiful. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial of Arabesque araebsque Burgmuller! It really is one of my favorite grade 3 level pieces to burymuller.

I hope you give it a try and that you enjoy it as much as I do! Composed by Johann Friedrich Burgmuller Edited by Louis Oesterle.

With standard notation and fingerings. Posted in grade 3Romantic.