[Transcriber's Note: This e-text is sheet music. The music notation and a midi file can be found in the HTML version. The cover page of the sheet music lists all twelve of N. Louise Wright's preludes; this e-text contains the first one, marked with an arrow (—>) on the cover page.
Text in italics is marked with underscores. Text in bold is marked with equal signs. The musical flat symbols on the cover page are represented as [flat].]
To Mr. E.R. Kroeger
N. LOUISE WRIGHT
FOR THE PIANOFORTE
I —>PRELUDE IN F MAJOR
II PRELUDE IN E[flat] MAJOR
III PRELUDE IN E[flat] MAJOR
IV PRELUDE IN F MAJOR
V PRELUDE IN F MAJOR (For Left Hand Alone)
VI PRELUDE IN D MINOR
VII PRELUDE IN E[flat] MAJOR
VIII PRELUDE IN G MINOR
IX PRELUDE IN C MINOR
X PRELUDE IN G MINOR
XI PRELUDE IN G MAJOR
XII PRELUDE IN C MINOR
G. Schirmer, Inc., New York
This composition, Price, 25 cents,—in U.S.A.
N. Louise Wright. Op. 25, No. 1
WORLD RIGHTS CONTROLLED by G. SCHIRMER (Inc.)
Copyright, 1915, by G. Schirmer, Inc. Printed in the U.S.A.
New Educational Material
For First, Second and Third Grades
BILBRO, MATHILDA. Cherokee Rose. Grade 3
Melodious and catchy. Teachers can use it for tune and rhythm, dexterity and general teaching purposes.
——The Candy Suite. Grade 1-2
A collection of tuneful, humorous and forceful pieces. Sure to strike joy to the hearts of all young pupils.
BROWN, MARY H. The Swans
A pretty piece in the lower intermediate grade. Good study for thirds, melody playing and development of the left hand.
COERNE, LOUIS A. A Summer Evening. Grade 3
An all melodic piece on the tone-poem order. Teaches expression, phrasing and use of pedal.
DUTTON, THEODORA. Dance of the Autumn Leaves ——The Music Lesson ——Scandinavian Dance ——Spinning Song
These are study-pieces of marked originality for the lower intermediate grades. They should be welcomed by all teachers.
GRISELLE, THOMAS. Bourree ——Minuet
Both of these pieces are quite fascinating and devoid of dryness. They are of the intermediate grades, and instructive for time, rhythm and important phrases of real pianism.
GRUNN, HOMER. The Whirligig ——Revery
Both in third grade. The first promotes technic; while the other is for developing melody-playing, use of pedal and expression.
LOTH, LESLIE. In Merry May ——On the River
These pieces should be cordially received by teachers. They are dainty and melodious throughout. Both of the easier intermediate grade.
PALDI, MARI. Slumber Song
May be suggested to teachers wishing piece for easy pedal study; also useful for hand expansion among young pupils.
PFEIFFER, AGATHA. Short Stories for Piano. First Grade
A book of refined short pieces with descriptive titles for elementary work. Arranged in progressive order. Sure to please the teacher and pupil.
SPEAR, JANE M. Valse de Ballet. Third Grade
A sparkling dance of great charm and delicacy. A good study for dexterity, rhythm and style and also a delightful salon and concert piece.
TERRY, FRANCES ——The Cradle in the Garret ——In the Robbers' Cave ——Swinging and Singing
These interesting teaching pieces for the second grade are by a composer whose productions are never commonplace. They contain much attractiveness and educational value. Teachers of all standards can utilize them.
WRIGHT, N. LOUISE. Four Miniature Etudes
This group is for the first and second grade. The study points treated are important, and are sure to be helpful in the fullest sense of the word. Highly recommended to teachers.
G. Schirmer, Inc., New York