- The 'primo' series is a very good one and this is a very good one within it. Not only that it brings playable pieces from Hiller to broaden the repertoire: 'suddenly' there are playable pieces from Chopin and Liszt where 'other's say: there are non really'. And for expl. the 'very easy' Bourree I (entry piece here) already got a Chopin-feeling to it. This is by the way the only piece I've tried myself (beginner at 14 month that got himself way more notebooks then he can play in the next 2 years or so...). But my piano teacher played many for me (and her) and she also was delighted by these pieces and 'made a pic with her mobile phone camera' of the cover in order to recommend it to studends. The standard of the primo series with short bio's and explanations is the best I've come across so far.
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Published on: 22 January 2017