The 25 pieces in this collection represent some of the best miniature masterworks in the piano literature. These pieces were carefully selected not only for their overall quality and musicality, but because they advance very logically from the early intermediate pieces that preceded them in Pathways to Artistry: Masterworks, Book 2. For maximum benefit, students should work through the skills that are comprehensively presented in Pathways to Artistry: Technique, Book 3. Titles: Menuet en Rondeau (Jean-Philippe Rameau) * Écossaise in G Major (Franz Schubert) * German Dance in D Major (Franz Joseph Haydn) * Arabesque, Op. 100, No. 2 (Johann Friedrich Burgmüller) * Écossaise in G Major (Ludwig van Beethoven) * Etude in A Minor (Cornelius Gurlitt) * Minuet in G Major (Christian Petzold) * Écossaise in C Major (Johann Nepomuk Hummel) * Summer Jouney (Anatoli Liadov) * Bagatelle, Op. 125, No. 10 (Anton Diabelli) * Theme and Variation in G Major (Cornelius Gurlitt) * Hey, tulip, tulip, from For Children (Béla Bartók) * Musette in G Major (Johann Sebastian Bach) * Minuet in F Major, K. 6 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) * Distant Bells, Op. 63, No. 6 (Jean Louis Streabbog) * Sonatina in C Major, Op. 39, No. 1 (First Movement) (Frank Lynes) * Storm at Sea, Op. 82, No. 80 (Cornelius Gurlitt) * In the Forest, Op. 82, No. 65 (Cornelius Gurlitt) * Sonatina in C Major, Op. 36, No. 1 (Muzio Clementi) * Waltz in A Minor (Fritz Spindler) * Jeering Song, from For Children Béla Bartók * Allegro in B-flat Major, K. 3 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) * Bourreé in G Major (George Frideric Handel) * Scherzo in A Minor (Carl Maria von Weber) * Sonatina in C Major (Alexander Goedicke).