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#2306455 - Yesterday at 01:03 PM Question about Heller
BostonTeacher Offline
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Registered: 03/18/14
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I would like to recommend the Heller book of etudes for pedaling to one of my students but I haven't used since my student years and I forgot the opus number. Does anybody know?
Thank you very much in advance.
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#2306488 - Yesterday at 02:21 PM Re: Question about Heller [Re: BostonTeacher]
John v.d.Brook Online   content
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Heller composed many volumes of etudes. The most popular are in Op 45, but Op 46 & 47 are popular as well, but more advanced. There are many other opuses as well. These etudes are totally in the public domain, so take a look at http://imslp.org and perhaps you can find the specific opus you're looking for. Best of luck.

John
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#2306695 - Yesterday at 08:17 PM Re: Question about Heller [Re: BostonTeacher]
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Thank you very much !

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#2306721 - Yesterday at 09:45 PM Re: Question about Heller [Re: BostonTeacher]
DanS Offline
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FWIW, Schimrer's Heller 50 selected studies pretty much has all you need. They're all from op 45-47.
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