Great Piano Solos - The Red Book

Books | Piano

Publisher: Wise Publications
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Containing forty-eight piano solos, this bumper collection offers a fantastic selection of showtunes, jazz and blues classics, film themes, classical pieces and great standards for the intermediate level pianist.
ISBN: 9780711973213
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 160
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM952226

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      Value for money
      Overall rating
      Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 11 reviews
      10 out of 10


      Harlow GB
      Excellent playing standard in all pieces.
      Could do with lyrics
      Confirmed purchase: 05 July 2017
      Published on: 20 July 2017
      9 out of 10


      Hayle GB
      Wide variety of pieces
      Book had to be forcibly made to stay open - very frustrating
      Confirmed purchase: 29 June 2016
      Published on: 19 July 2016
      4 out of 10


      Reviewer left no comment
      No words and difficult to keep open on piano
      Confirmed purchase: 27 June 2016
      Published on: 18 July 2016

      Musicroom Reviews

      An eclectic collection to suit all tastes and all occasions.
      Anonymous - (Newport, United Kingdom)
      Part of an excellent series, although later editions in the series are more to my liking.
      Anonymous - ()
      Received book some time ago, in good condition, I'm quite pleased with my buy and the prompt way it was delivered to me, hoping to find more music books in the future.
      Anonymous - (Wallasey, United Kingdom)
      Music arrived promptly in perfect condition. Good product. Recommend
      Anonymous - (Margate, United Kingdom)
      I was looking for a book with a collection of modern songs and well known pieces and this book certainly has a good mix of both. Some pieces are fairly basic and a few are very difficult. I would say that most pieces are ranged fom Grade 4-6/7, the jazz numbers being the hardest. They are good arrangments and a pleasure to play.
      Anonymous - (Wolverhampton, United Kingdom)
      This is an excellent book, particularly at the present offer price. A variety of well known pieces with interesting arrangements making a nice change to play from some of the standard arrangements that I already have. A lot of pleasure for the average pianist and their listeners. A great compilation at a great price, keep it up!
      Anonymous - (Leominster, United Kingdom)
      Very interesting collection of items. Very well thought out packaging.
      Anonymous - (Poulton-le-Fylde, United Kingdom)
      Like all the other Great Piano Solo books this Red one has a good selection of classical, jazz and modern pieces. Most are playable by sight reading although some classical pieces are more challenging. As I play both piano and keyboard I was very pleased to have this book in my collection.
      Anonymous - (York, United Kingdom)
      Like all the others in this series, truly fantastic!!
      Anonymous - (Skipton, United Kingdom)
      I would have given this book a 5 star rating if it had more pieces of music that were at my level of playing (Grade 3/4)
      Anonymous - ()
      A good range of songs at somewhere between Grades 6 and 7.
      Anonymous - (Scunthorpe, United Kingdom)
      Haven't played the piana in quite a while. The selected pieces have got me going again. Enjoy!
      Anonymous - (Haywards Heath, United Kingdom)
      Very good value for money. A nice book, music is clear and easy to read. Has a nice selection of songs, I didn't know most of them but they are nice songs, not too hard to pick up and good to sight-read. I am grade 5 level so I'd say this book is perfect for that standard although there are a good mix of tunes, some of which look a lot more complicated, some of which are probably easier. I'd say this is a choice with which you can't go wrong :)
      Anonymous - (Worcester, United Kingdom)
      It is a pleasure to have a book with such a variety of styles of pieces, and with the scope to progress in level of difficulty.
      Anonymous - (Glasgow, United Kingdom)

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