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The 23 Greatest Solo Piano Works

Explore the greatest solo works ever written for the greatest instrument ever created in this exciting and fun course by famed musicologist Robert Greenberg.

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d********m
October 7, 2019

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j********m
June 12, 2019
Really enjoyed this course! Its was very enlightening and I learned so much about the composers, musical works, and even a little history of the piano! Dr. Greenberg is so entertaining to listen to as well.

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t********m
June 10, 2019
Amazing course. As a listener I've never been able to click with the piano. Perhaps as Professor Greenburg suggests the multiple melodic lines on a single instrument is something my brain didn't understand. But the combination of explanation energy plus the live clips has me wanting to dive into this repertoire. What's also wonderful is the anecdotal information on the composers. Most amateur listeners already know something about these composers. But maybe what we lack an ability to understand their work worldview and instrument as a peer or professional. The view we get here makes the music speak even louder.

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