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Warshauer's Spirals of Light wins NFA Competition
We are proud to announce that our publication of Meira Warshauer's Spirals of Light for flute, cello and piano was named as a winner in the 2017 Newly Published Music Competition! The work was published in 2016 and was inspired by the poetry of Ani Tuzman.
Added: June, 2017
Dive Into New Piano Repertoire!
Explore a new composer, learn a new piece, take on the challenge of stretching into a new territory. Hildegard Publishing is proud to be the foremost publisher of piano works by women composers. Dive into some new repertoire this summer and explore these highlights from our extensive piano catalog.
- Romp: Lorin Alexander (Two Pianos, Four Hands)
- Awakening: Meira Warshauer (Solo Piano)
- Children's Carnival: Amy Beach (6 Pieces for Piano Solo)
- Two Piano Sonatas: Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel
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Consisting of five pieces in dance forms, these pieces vary in difficulty and are notated entirely in the treble clef. An excellent way to introduce young pianists to music by women composers!
Written for pianist Carol Dvoran-Lancaster, this piece's theme is a lyrical idea, reflecting the feeling of a serenade. Understated at first, it becomes more emphatic and propulsive, more toccata-like, as it reappears and is transformed during the course of the work. The music builds throughout to a dramatic and colorful ending.
This powerful work for solo piano was written at the height of the US-Soviet arms race. The piece moves from agitation, to peaceful spaciousness and finally to a celebration of the "trimuph of good."