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Solo and Duet Books
For the Piano
Collected and
Harmonized,
Edited and
Fingered
By
ANGELA DILLER.^
and
ELIZABETH
QUAILE
First Solo Book First Duet Book
(New Edition)
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Second Solo Book
Second Duet Book
Third Solo Book TTiird Duet Book
Fourth Solo Book
^
Ed. 1438
G.
SCHIRMER, INC.,
NEW YORK
THE
DILLER-QUAILE
SERIES
Grade One
The
following
books and
pieces provide
a
variety of
correlated material
for
the First
Grade, comprising piano solos, duets, technical exercises, and a book
for writing
and
reading.
FIRST SOLO BOOK
A collection of folk-tunes.
They
are chosen as
being
the best
possible
material for
develop-
ing
the
young
student's musical taste. In order to facilitate
reading,
various devices of
printing
are used to show
phrase lengths,
the metrical
position
of
dots,
etc. All of these
points
are
described in detail in the
preface
of the book.
FIRST DUET BOOK
Duets for
pupil
and teacher are of value in
arousing
and
keeping
alive the child's interest
because
they permit
him to take
part
in
making
real music
long
before he would otherwise be
able to do so. This book
corresponds
in
grade
and choice of material to the First Solo Book.
It contains
charming,
melodious
arrangements
of folk-music and
easy
classics.
FIRST BOOK OF TECHNICAL EXERCISES
Intended to solve some of the difficulties that
appear
in
elementary pieces,
with
special
reference to the
pieces
of the First Solo Book.
Important among
these difficulties are the smooth
transference of a melodic line from one hand to the
other, phrasing, staccato-playing,
etc. The
book is also useful for
independent study.
25 FIRST-GRADE PIANO PIECES
Written with the
specific
needs of the
young beginner
in mind.
They
are
especially
valuable
as additional material for such collections as the First Solo
Book,
which is basea
largely
on folk-
songs
that in their
very
nature are limited in
compass.
These
pieces
are intended to
supple-
ment folk-music and to
give
a sense of the "romantic" as well as to
develop
the
pianism
that the
student should be
acquiring
at an
early age.
The
pieces
are
easy
to read and
provide
much
technical
variety.
GREEN DUET BOOK
Written for two children of the same
grade
to
play together.
The words are
printed
above
both
parts throughout,
so that the books
may
be used as
song-books.
A child can
sing
the
primo
part
while
playing
the secondo as
accompaniment.
BAUER-DILLER-QUAILE COURSE,
Book II
This book contains
many
famous melodies for
sight-reading,
technical
exercises,
pedal
studies, writing
lessons,
etc. A feature of the book is the
pieces
to be
taught by
rote. The
preface
contains
suggestions
to the teacher on how to teach a rote
piece,
and each of the rote
pieces
is
preceded by preliminary
exercises.
LINES AND SPACES
The
purpose
of this book is to
give young
students
practice
both in
writing
and
reading
notes in order to facilitate the
reading
of
piano
music. The
unfolding
of the
subject
is
highly
original
and
logical.
SHEET MUSIC
by
Angela Diller
Gossip Joan Lazy
Man
Augustin Judges'
Dance
Morning Song
Come,
Sweet Lass
Reap
the Flax Slumber
Song
SHEET MUSIC
by
Elizabeth
Quaile
and Frederic Hart
The Drum
Major Playing
Soldiers
In a Chinese
Village
On Your Toes
Swing Song
A
complete
list of
Diller-Quaile
material for all
grades
is
printed
on the back cover of
this book.
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PREFACE
The First Solo Book and First Duet Book have two
objects:
(1)
To
provide,
from the
beginning
of the child's
piano study,
material of
permanent
musical value which shall serve as a basis for
the
development
of his taste.
With the
exception
of a few
preliminary' exercises, all the
pieces
in these Books are either folk-tunes that have been
sung by
generations
of children,
or classics that should be
part
of
every
child's musical
experience.
We believe that the child can be interested
very early
in
his musical career in different
styles
of
composition
so we have used
folk-tunes of
many
nations,
modal tunes, chorales, etc.,
including,
from the
beginning, pieces
of
irregular
metrical structure, i.e., not
confined to the usual two- and four-measure
phrase-lengths.
Music of this character cannot be heard too often, and we
feel sure that the teacher as well as the
pupil
will
appreciate
the
absence of
original "teaching pieces."
(2)
To
provide
a
plentiful
selection of
pieces
of real musical
interest so
carefully graded,
both
musically
and
technically,
that the
child is stimulated but not overtaxed.
In the First Solo Book, the
pieces
are
printed only
in the
more common
major
and minor
keys,
but the child should be
taught
to
transpose
these
pieces
into all
keys.
This insures a
familiarity
with the
keyboard
and a sense of
tone-relationship
that is in\'aluable.
The
necessary
foundation for the artistic
playing
of
any
in-
strument is a musical ear.
Pianoforte-playing
in itself
cannot, by
any means,
be relied
upon
to furnish this, as the attention of the child
is
necessarily
focused
upon
the
overcoming
of technical difficulties.
Therefore,
it is reconmiended that the child be
given
a
large
ex-
perience
of music before he
begins
the
study
of an instrument.
Just
as
language
is learned first
by hearing
and then
by speaking
and
reading,
so music should be learned
by experiencing
it before learn-
ing
to read or to
perform
on an instrument.
Singing
is the natural
mode of musical
expression
and
learning
to
sing
a
large
number of
good songs "by
ear" will
greatly
broaden the child's musical horizon.
When he thus has had actual
experience
of music, he will be more
interested in
learning
to read and to
play.
ANGELA DILLER
ELIZABETH
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INDEX
A.nBTBiAN Htmn
Ballad
(Thk)
or King Henbt
BBBaKRETTB
Bbsidb Tht Cradle Hebb I Stand
Bohemian Dance
Bohemian Song
Canon in A minor
Cashmere Song
Chimes
(The)
Christ Was BoRk on Christmas Day
Cradle-Song
Creole Song
Cruel Rose
(The)
Dat
(The)
of Christmas
Dutch Tune
Exaxtdet's Minuet
First NoKl
(The)
Frre Jacques
GlROFL,
oirofiA
Happy New Year
Hippitt Hop!
Holt Night
Hot Cross Buns
Irish Dance
Jock o' Hazeldean
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First Duet Book
SECONDO
London
Bridge
Is
Falling
Down
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Folk -Tune
(Pupil)
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Bridge
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Folk-Tune
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The Rose Is Red
Andantino
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The rose IS
red,
the vio-let
blue,
The rose IS
sweet,
and so are
you.
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New Year
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Cashmere
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Cashmere
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Allegretto
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Joseph
and
Mary
Old
English
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First Solo Book
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No.
25,
First Solo Book)
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(Pupil)
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PRIMO
Scale of D
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Hymn
(Pupil)
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Plaisir d'Amour
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(To be followed
by
No.
31,
First Solo Book)
Allegro
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The First Noel
Traditional
Melody
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PRIMO
Plaisir d'Amour
15
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Allegro
(Pupil)
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Traditional
Melody
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(To be followed
by
No.
32, First Solo Book)
Allegro
con brio
Bohemian Dance
18
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The Cruel Rose
Allegretto
17
Old French Air
(Pupil)
17
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Allegro
con brio
(Pupil)
18
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19
Maestoso
P
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SECONDO
Russian
Hymn
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Hymn
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The
Seagull
Irish Folk -Tune
(Pupil)
20
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SECONDO
Frere
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French Folk -Tune
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by
Nos.34-
35, First Solo Book)
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The Ballad of
King Henry
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English Melody
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21
PRIMO
Frere
Jacques
Si
French Folk -Tune
Allegro
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The Ballad of
King Henry
(Pupil)
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Old
English Melody
1.
0,
where have
you
been
wandering, King Henry, my
son?
0,
where have
you
been
wandering, my pretty
one?
I've been to
my
sweetheart: mother, make
my
bed
soon.
For I'm sick to the
heart,
and would fain
lay
me down.
2.
And what did
your
sweetheart
give you, King Henry, my
son?
And what did
your
sweetheart
give you, my pretty
one?
She fried me some
paddocks;
mother,
make
my
bed
soon.
For I'm sick to the
heart,
and would fain
lay
me down.
3.
And what will
you
leave
your
sweetheart. King Henry, my
son?
what' will
you
lepve
your sweetheart, my pretty
one?
A
rope
for to
hang her,
mother! make
my
bed
soon,
For I'm sick to the heart,
and would fain
lay
me down.
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SECONDO
The
Wraggle -Taggle Gipsies
English
Foit-xune
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(To be followed
by
Nos.
37-38, First Solo Book)
Canon in A minor
^
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(To be followed
by
No.
39,
First Solo Book)
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23
PRIMO
The
Wraggle -Taggle Gipsies
23
English
Folk-Tune
Allegro
1, 4 3 4
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1.
It was late last
night
when
my
lord came home-
Enquiring
for his
a-lady,
O!
The servants
said,
on
every hand,
She's
gone
with the
wraggle-taggle gipsies,
0!
2.
0, he rode
high,
and he rode low,
He rode
through
woods and
copses, too,
Until he came to an
open
field
,
And there he
espied
his
a-lady,
O!
8.
What makes
you
ItaNt-
your
house and land?
What makes \ou leavr-
>our money,
O?
What makes
you
leave
your
new wedded lord
To
go
with the
wraggle-taggle gipsies,
0?
4.
what care I for
my
house and
my
land?
What care I for
my money,
0?
What care I for
my
new wedded lord?
I'm off with the
wraggle -taggle gipsies,
0!
Andante
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(Pupil)
24
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Why weep ye by
the
tide, ladye,
Why weep j"e by
the tide?
I'll wed
ye
to
my 3-oungest
son,
And
ye
shall be his bride.
And
ye
shall be his
bride, ladye,
Sae
comely
to be seen
-
But
aye
she loot the tears doun
For Jock o' Hazeldean .
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The kirk was decked at
morning tide,
The
taper glimmered
fair.
The
priest
and
bridegroom
wait the
bride.
And dame and
knight
are there.
They sought
her baith
by
bower and
ha',
The
lady
was not seen;
She's o'er the border and awa'
Wi' Jock o' Hazeldean.
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Dutch Tune
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Old French Air
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Dutch Tune
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First Solo Book)
(Pupil)
29
There Was an Old
Woman,
as IVe Heard Tell
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Folk-Tune
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Winter,
Farewell
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Farewell
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30
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J.
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(Pupil)
31
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32
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Allegretto
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33
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Hippity Hop!
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Creole
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Hippity Hop!
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5, 57,
First Solo Book)
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Will
ye gang
to the Hielan's,
Leezie
Lindsay?
Will
ye gang
to the Hielan's \vi' me?
Will
ye gang
to the Hielan's,
Leezie
Lindsay,
My
bride an'
my
darlin' to be?
2.
To
gang
to the Hielan's wi'
you, sir,
I dinna ken how that
may
be.
For I ken na' the land that
ye
live
in,
Nor ken I the lad I'm
gaun
wi !
3.
Leezie
lass, ye
maun ken
little.
If sae be that
ye
dinna ken
me;
My
name is Lord Ronald MacDonald,
A chieftan o'
high degree.
4.
She has kilted her coats o'
green
satin,
She has kilted them
up
to the knee,
And she's off wi' Lord Ronald MacDonald,
His bride an' his darlin' to be.
36
SECONDO
The Chimes
Allegretto
French Folk -Tune
(Pupil)
36
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The Chimes
37
French Folk -Tune
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36
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38
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88
SECONDO
The
Day
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English
Folk-Tune
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No.
62,
First Solo Book)
Sleep,
Beloved, Sleep
(Pupil)
40
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First Solo Book)
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The
Day
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Christmas
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5
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2
39
English
Folk -Tune
(Pupil)
39
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German Folk-Tune
40
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40
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SECONDO
Exaudets Minuet
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Cradle-Song
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German
Melody


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No.
65,
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41
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Exaudet's Minuet
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41
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42
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42
SECONDO
Holy Night
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43
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(To be followed
by
No.
66,
First Solo Book)
Christ Was Born on Christmas
Day
Allegretto
3
German Folk-Tune
^
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(To be followed
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No.
67,
First Solo Book)
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4
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Holy Night
43
German Folk -Tune
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Christ Was Born on Christmas
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Allegretto
(Pupil)
44
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68,
First Solo Book)
Allegretto
Spring Song
English
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First Solo
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46
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47
^
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Winter
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Bohemian Folk -Tune
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Winter
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48
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48
8EC0NDO
Beside
Thy
Cradle Here I Stand
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Beside
Thy
Cradle Here I Stand
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60
SECONDO
What
Tongue
Can Tell
Thy
Greatness,
Lord?
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3
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50
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