Piano Solo Literature

Ballade-Fantasy, Opus 8.  [P-19]
A nostalgic and capricious romantic fantasy of medium length and difficulty.
Cadenza to the First movement of the Piano Concerto in D major Hob. XVIII:11 by F. J. Haydn   [P-22]
The cadenza attributed to Haydn for this movement does not have a thematic connection with the movement itself. This original short cadenza remedies that situation.
Cadenza to the First movement of the Piano Concerto no. 1 by L. Van Beethoven  [P-18]
This more concise cadenza combines Beethoven's three cadenzas into one for those who find Beethoven's third cadenza too long.
Cadenza to the First movement of the Piano Concerto no. 21 K. 467 by W. A. Mozart  [P-20]
No cadenza by Mozart exists for this well-known work. This cadenza is in the style and manner of the great composer.
Canon by J. Pachelbel. Piano Transcription  [P-12]
This version is thoroughly pianistic yet adheres quite faithfully to the style of the original.
Concert Study after F. Chopin Etude Opus 10 no. 2  [P-26]
This short, brilliant concert piece is in the tradition of the Godowsky 53 Studies on the Chopin Etudes, taking piano technique to its outer limits.
Meditation, Opus 1  [P-1]
In the style of a Song Without Words.
Pavane from Suite Francaise  [P-3]
This Pavane from the Suite Francaise recast as a piano solo makes a great introduction to the French works like the Ravel Pavane.
Poetic Waltzes, Opus 7  [P-14]
This medium length concert work grows to an emotional climax and then subsides.
Prelude:Variations on a Drawing  [P-24]
This unique short prelude in ballade style is based on melodic shape produced by Graphonics, a line drawing technique developed by John Furlow for schools and hospitals.
Variations and Finale, Opus 3  [P-7]
A chordal theme, four variations in different keys followed by an exciting finale based on the theme.