Beethoven: Fur Elise (Book/CD-ROM)

Books and CD-Roms / DVD-Roms | Piano

Catalogue No: AM948651
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Learn to play Beethoven's Fur Elise with The Concert Performer Series, complete with a special CD-Rom which contains both audio and MIDI to help you practise for a truly great performance. Track 1 contains an audio concert performance, Track 2 is a special audio 'study track', on which you'll hear the same performance as Track 1 at a slower speed. Listening to and playing along with this track can help you resolve questions of rhythm and interpretation as you are learning the piece.
ISBN: 9780825617331
Published on: 07 May 1999
No of pages: 4
Language: English
Publisher: Music Sales
 
     
       

        Frequently bought together

        Price for both - £14.90

        Beethoven: Fur Elise (Book/CD-ROM) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        10.0
        Value for money
        10.0
        Overall rating
        10.0
        Scores 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
        10 out of 10

        ROLAND

        CRAWLEY GB
        +
        Tracks 1 & 2 were excellent.
        I could not make use the other technical facility, but the person for whom this gift was purchased might be able to.
        It is a good buy, just for Track 1 alone.
        The piano score presentation is
        ***** five star.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 07 January 2015
        Published on: 31 January 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        Rating
        Review
        4
        Très contente de mon achat! Pianiste débutante à plus de cinquante ans, j'ai trouvé dans cette édition une aide précieuse, notamment avec un enregistrement avec un tempo plus lent.Manquent peut-être quelques conseils pédagogiques (technique)... en français!
        Anonymous - (SAINTE-AULDE, France)
        5
        Excellent presentation. CD can be used in a number of ways: track one is the concert performance, track two is the study track where you can play along at a slower speed with the performance, and lastly where you can use the mute, and only practice one hand alone. I found this method extremely useful. Practice times have now gone from minutes to hours, and have become more interesting with great results.
        Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)

        Recently Viewed