Burgmüller's piano music is mainly intended for juvenile performers, and his opus 68, 76, 97, 100, and 105 etudes are widely used for piano teaching today. Etudes in opus 100, Twenty-Five Easy and Progressive Studies for Pianoforte, are used for piano lessons especially for juvenile learners with small hands because of the following reasons:
- There are no octave fingerings.
- The widest range (interval) is the seventh.
- Each piece as a unique title and the pieces are pleasant music, especially in the ears of children.
Zen-On Publishers' Burgmüller Op. 100 Twenty-Five Etuden (published in Japan) has been used for piano lessons by Yamaha method. After completing a two-year primary course (age 4-6) and a two-year secondary course (age 6-8) of basic musicianship, Yamaha students (age 8-10) usually start taking individual lessons with this etude book.
|4||Petite Réunion||1:48||Mar, J.|
|7||Courant Limpide||1:02||Mar, J.|
|23||Le Retour||1:00||Mar, J.|
|24||L'hirondelle (The Swallow)||1:35||Muller, N.|
|25||La Chevaleresque||1:27||Mar, J.|