Simply Film - Grades 2-3

Books | Piano

Publisher: Faber Music
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Simply Film presents a wonderful selection of favourite movie themes, superbly arranged for piano at Grades 2-3, by Barrie Carson Turner. The pieces are expertly graded and fingered and come complete with informative comments. Simply put, this collection is the perfect introduction to some of the best film music ever written!
ISBN: 9780571532704
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 23 August 2012
Language: English
Catalogue No: 0571532705

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        Scores 10.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
        10 out of 10


        Troon, Ayrshire GB
        The choice of music is appealing and actually sounds like it should.
        Confirmed purchase: 09 October 2015
        Published on: 27 October 2015
        10 out of 10


        Sheffield GB Music teacher with LCM
        Contains well known pieces which all my pupils love, all age ranges from children to adult. The grading of the pieces are well within range of the grade 2-3 pupils. Good arrangements.
        No bad points - all pieces are enjoyed equally.
        Confirmed purchase: 24 April 2015
        Published on: 17 May 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        This was just fantastic - we particularly loved 'Concerning Hobbits' with a very easy to read and play RH melody, and 'Hedwig's Theme'. Our other favourites include 'Ghostbusters', 'The Great Escape', 'Bugsy Malone' and 'Singing in the Rain'. Check out the content list for other gems! Good quality clear printing too. I hope I can get more books like this.
        Anonymous - (Chippenham, United Kingdom)
        Fab arrangments. Really good for boys that have taken up the piano as teenagers and passed their grade 1.
        Anonymous - (Northampton, United Kingdom)
        One or two of these let the side down. Although the pieces are designed for early students the harmonies and notes sometimes sound wrong when compared to the real composition. Maybe these are too simplified.
        Anonymous - (Leeds, United Kingdom)

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