Johann Friedrich Burgmuller (1806-1874) was a German pianist and composer. Burgmüller was born in Regensburg (Germany) as the son of the conductor August Burgmüller and Therese von Zandt. In 1836, Burgmüller settled in France (Paris) where he would stay for the rest of his life.
Today, Burgmüller is mainly known for his piano works. His 25 leicht Etüden (Op.100), which includes the famous Arabesque and the Ballade in c minor, is very popular among piano students and piano teachers. Furthermore, his 18 Etuden op. 109 are also often played by pianists.
The following works have been added:
- Etuden op. 105 added to level 8.
- Etuden op. 109 added to level 7.