Burgmuller was a German pianist and composer who was active in the Romantic era s. Though he was born in Germany, he spent most of his adult life living in Paris, and his music tends to reflect the light salon style of the time. This translates to fast allegro and playful scherzando. We also have a marking at the very beginning abbreviated to legg. This means to play lightly. We have to play fast and this is no small feat, seeing as there are 16 th notes everywhere.
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25 Études faciles et progressives, Op.100 (Burgmüller, Friedrich)
He was born in Ratisbon now Regensburg Germany. His mother was pianist and singer Therese von Zandt. Friedrich moved to Paris in at age 26 ,  where he stayed until his death. Norbert, his brother, made plans to join him in Paris, in However, he drowned in a spa in Aachen a year later.
Arabesque (Burgmüller) | Free Easy Piano Sheet Music (Digital Print)
Johann Friedrich Franz Burgmüller