|Carl Czerny. School of Velocity, op. 299. Volume 2.|
|Elibron Classics, 2001, 24 pages|
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|Carl Czerny (1791-1857), list of works|
|After receiving an elementary education on the quid pro quo plan (his father's piano students would pay for their lessons by tutoring the young boy), Carl Czerny was brought before Beethoven - who quickly agreed to be his teacher. (In later years, Czerny would himself become the teacher of Franz Liszt.) Known today for his seemingly endless volumes of piano exercises, Czerny was also a skilled composer of instrumental and vocal works - few of which are ever performed today.|
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