Dmitri Kabalevsky was a Russian composer and teacher who studied composition and piano at the Moscow Conservatory. He also worked as a silent cinema pianist! This might account for the drama and character of his pieces. This one movement Sonatina will suit most pupils and will teach them to play blocked staccato LH chords and dotted rhythms within an enjoyable and imaginative piece.
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Kabalevsky - Sonatina No 18, Opus 27
He helped set up the Union of Soviet Composers in Moscow and remained one of its leading figures during his lifetime. He was a prolific composer of piano music and chamber music; many of his piano works were performed by Vladimir Horowitz. Kabalevsky was born in Saint Petersburg in , but moved to Moscow at a young age. His father was a mathematician and encouraged him to study mathematics, but he showed a fascination for the arts from a young age. He studied at the Academic Music College , Moscow and graduated in He then went on to study at the Moscow Conservatory where he learned composition with Nikolai Myaskovsky and piano with Alexander Goldenweiser. By the age of 26 his list of compositions included the String Quartet, Op.
Sonatina in G-, Op.13, No.2