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Konrad Kunz, Op. 14, No00:38

Konrad Kunz, Op. 14, No. 46

Konrad Kunz

Konrad Kunz

Kunz increases his creativity level in this canon by using enharmonic keys. The piece begins and ends in F-sharp major and has a brief moment in G-flat major. This is a great way for students to see and hear the relationship between the two keys. Contrary motion is used extensively. Also, due to the canonic style of writing, both hands always have contrasting articulation markings. By playing the hands separately as well as together, students can conquer this difficulty.

Publisher InformationEdit

200 Piccoli Canoni a due parti, Op. 14 can be purchased here  

AuthorEdit

Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow

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