The Complete Piano Player: Gershwin

Books | Piano

Publisher: Wise Publications
Composer: George Gershwin
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Twenty-four unforgettable classic George Gershwin melodies, including 'Rhapsody In Blue', 'Summertime' and 'The Man I Love', arranged for piano with chord symbols.
ISBN: 9780711913479
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 27 April 2011
No of pages: 48
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM69121

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      Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
      8 out of 10


      Harleston, Norfolk GB Private Music Teacher
      Nicely arranged pieces for students at about Grades 1-3. Easy chord structures, simple time signatures.
      Don't get this book if you're looking for a more mature Gershwin.
      Confirmed purchase: 16 January 2017
      Published on: 11 February 2017
      8 out of 10


      Liverpool GB
      Love the selection of works by Gershwin
      First few pieces too simple to do justice to the works.
      Confirmed purchase: 18 January 2017
      Published on: 03 February 2017

      Musicroom Reviews

      For me, the level of this book is perfect. The print size is good too - not too cramped as is some music. I would recommend to others who wanted to build their ability to play different styles.
      Anonymous - (Arundel)
      I was looking for a book for more of Gershwin's most popular melodies, after having been well pleased with the selections and the difficulty level of Great Piano Solos, Blue Book and Red Book...these are great. However, this one is disappointing, not in its selection, but in its level of playing difficulty...I'm no concert pianist, far from it, but I would like a few more notes on the page than this book has. There was no indication of its standard on the info gave, so I was ordering 'blind' as it were.....and hoping that Gershwin shouldn't be too easy, given its jazz rhythms and harmonies...but I was wrong.... this is rather too much skin and meat and two veg to give it colour and fullness. I'll just have to add that myself now I suppose, but it's not the same.
      E. Williams - (North Wales)

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