The Boosey & Hawkes Solo Piano Collection - Best of British

Books | Piano

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
The Boosey & Hawkes Solo Piano Collection provides the intermediate pianist with exciting repertoire in accessible yet authentic arrangements.

Great Britain's finest 20th- and 21st- century composers are represented in this splendid collection of arrangements for the intermediate pianist, from Elgar to Holst to Karl Jenkins and Peter Maxwell Davies via Britten, Finzi and Bliss.
ISBN: 9780851626536
Published on: 31 July 2012
No of pages: 96
Language: English
Catalogue No: BH12388

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      Scores 5.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
      8 out of 10


      Wiltshire GB
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      This type of binding tends to fall forwards ,especially if page-turn is needed.
      Confirmed purchase: 24 July 2015
      Published on: 23 August 2015

      Musicroom Reviews

      This is a very good collection of English music, with very good choices from a variety of composers, and easy enough for intermediate level pianists to master. I am really pleased to have it.
      Anonymous - (Haywards Heath, United Kingdom)
      A superb value compilation in one small album representing mainly twentieth century British music. Eminently playable and sight readable from faithful arrangements by Davies and Norton. To have Delius's 'Walk to the Paradise Garden' a Britten 'Sea Interlude' and two 'Planets'[ a rather dissected 'Jupiter']in with 'Land of Hope and Glory', 'Jerusalem' and the 'Archers' signature tune is a wonderful idea. These gems presented between fine pieces by Finzi, Ireland,Maxwell-Davies and recent increasingly popular works by Karl Jenkins.
      Anonymous - (Blackpool, United Kingdom)
      Bought this for the transcription of Eclogue by Finzi and a little disappointed in it. First page sounds reasonably authentic but when the key modulates on 2nd page just sounds strange. However it has introduced me to some pieces by other British composers that I wouldn't otherwise have played - so 4 stars for that. Level is around grade 5 - 6 I think.
      Anonymous - (Lewes, United Kingdom)