The Piano Solos Of Richard Clayderman
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The Piano Solos Of Richard Clayderman


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Piano Solo & Guitar, with chord symbols (PSG(S))
Artist: Richard Clayderman
Catalogue #: AM32855
ISBN: 9780711902848
This Item Earns 21 Musicroom Points

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Eighteen solos from the popular French pianist, includes 'Ballade Pour Adeline', 'Nostaly', 'Triste Coeur'.



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Customer Rating Not a bad collection of tunes. Slightly more difficult to read when it is in hand written style and some errors e.g. missing D.S. sign and right hand music missing for a beat. Having said that, some lovely music for the intermediate pianist to play.
See more reviews by Sheila2 - (Poole,, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating Richard Clayderman has earned a big reputation for his piano performances with an orchestra on stage. His arranger has cleverly simplified the piano solo and added rich orchestral accompaniments. The music in this book contains a mixed collection which includes the Ballade that made him popular and others with melodies that are good to play if you are looking for something different. However, after a few, you will notice similarities between them, favouring the minor key. There is even a fun piece on Bach's Toccata in D minor which is worth playing to amuse your audience. You won't find transcriptions of his current style, but the book is nice to use as a diversion from more well known pieces, without being too taxing to play, say around grade 3-5 AB.
See more reviews by Mike Beecher - (Basildon, United Kingdom)


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Format: Instrumental Album
Length: 52 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Music Sales

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