What Else Can I Play? Grade 2 Piano

Books | Piano

Publisher: Faber Music
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Make learning more fun with this collection of nineteen pieces, all carefully selected and arranged to provide supplementary material for today's young pianists. Each piece offers suggestions and guidelines to fingering, dynamics and tempo together with technical tips and performance notes. Suitable for those working towards, or have recently completed Grade Two piano.

ISBN: 9781859092989
No of pages: 38
Language: English
Catalogue No: IMP3186A

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      Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
      10 out of 10


      Norwich GB Pianist not music reader
      As a relative newcomer to reading music (but a long time musician) I can heartily recommend this book. I attend a bi-monthly pianist's get together where I saw a fellow pianist play a piece from this book. I thumbed through the pages and decided it was probably about my current level so I bought it.
      Not all the songs are well known (well at least to me) but that shouldn't detract from the overall impression of the quality of the book. I guess it would benefit from being a spiral bound but it stays open fairly well.
      Confirmed purchase: 19 February 2018
      Published on: 06 March 2018
      10 out of 10


      Chipping Norton GB
      Clear instructions.
      Good harmony.
      Good selection of pieces.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 11 April 2017
      Published on: 25 April 2017
      10 out of 10


      Birmingham GB Taught music 34 years.
      Nice arrangements of well known tunes with a mix of classic and modern tunes.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 12 September 2014
      Published on: 26 September 2014

      Musicroom Reviews

      well packaged, prompt delivery. Easy to follow. easy to read.
      Anonymous - (Altrincham, United Kingdom)
      Ideal for adult pupil sightreading, or pieces to learn as many adults born in the 60s and 70s will recognise nearly every piece. Not so many of the pieces are known by young pupils, but the book still gives a good grounding in different styles of playing. By this grade of the series, the arrangements are not too thin sounding and are satisfying to play.
      Anonymous - (Northampton, United Kingdom)

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