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 Klosé 14 Études
Author: la.mora 
Date:   2021-10-14 02:14

I've been looking for a pdf version of these études but I have not found one shop who sell this pieces in ebook version. Does someone know where to find it?

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 Re: Klosé 14 Études
Author: seabreeze 
Date:   2021-10-14 02:50

I don't know of an online edition of the Klose 14 etudes. But there are two editions in print, both available from Van Cott Music at https://vcisinc.com. One is U. Delecluze's edition for Leduc, and the other is Philippe Cuper's (less expensive and more recent) edition, which comes with a CD of Cuper performing all 14. Some of these etudes require and help develop great flexibility in legato movement across registers and bridging wide intervals.



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 Re: Klosé 14 Études
Author: prigault 
Date:   2021-10-14 03:18

I am not aware of any ebook version of them. You can always scan a printed version onto a PDF.

There are two print versions of these (fabulous) Études (Seabreeze just beat me to it, I'll just add a personal comment)

- Éditions Leduc (original publisher).

- International Music Edition (Edited by Philippe Cuper). This version has a big plus and a big minus. The plus is that you can get the accompanying CD with Philippe Cuper's wonderful playing (with piano accompaniment moreover, for which you can get the score --by Patrice Sciortino-- from the same IME editor). The minus is that this has to be one of the worst editing jobs of any musical score I own. Many typos, barely legible because of oversized empty space between systems leaving precious little space for the actual notes, and that hardly legible part being cluttered with non-information: _every_single_ measure is numbered, triplet studies having a '3' above _every_ triplet, etc. It is like the editor did everything possible to convince you to memorize these studies and forget about the book once and for all (which is actually not a bad method to practice, but its relevance probably belongs to another discussion).



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