The Elements of Piano Technique
by Ernest Hutcheson
Publisher: G.F. Kranz Music Co. 1907
Number of pages: 48
Many of the exercises contained in this little work are purely preparatory in nature, others are for occasional or special use. Only about twenty are permanently essential. All are necessary at some stages of study or to some pupils.
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