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The Essential Collection of Jazz through the decades with twenty-nine of the most popular and played Jazz classics, arranged by Richard Harris for intermediate Piano solo.
Jazz In Springtime is a stylish piano album which takes players on a musical tour of springtime, presenting well-loved jazz standards such as April in Paris and Honeysuckle Rose alongside cool original compositions by celebrated jazz pianist Nikki Iles.
Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757) was born in Naples the son of the renowned composer Alessandro Scarlatti. Here Barenreiter presents 3 of his 555 Keyboard sonatas.
A collection of Baroque keyboard pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Philipp Telemann and others.
In the short period between Mozart’s death and the end of the 18th century, it was quickly discovered that he had not left enough short and technically undemanding keyboard works to satisfy the growing amateur market for his music.
This is a delightful collection of 18 short preludes composed by J.S. Bach and edited here for Piano by Hedwig McEwen and Kethleen Long.
30 Children's Pieces Op.27 is a fun collection of short pieces for solo Piano, composed by Dmitri Kabalevsky. Teaching and performance notes, written by John York, are listed at the end of the book.
Seven easy pieces for solo Piano by Russian composer Shostakovich.
A wonderful collection of classics from the early 20th century Piano repertoire of Kabalevsky.
Selected and edited for the ABRSM by Angus Morrison.
Nineteen pieces for Piano Solo from the Baroque to the late Romantic period, edited by Howard Ferguson. Includes works by Telemann, Pergolesi, Gounod and Grieg.