Alan Haughton: Rhythm And Rag

Books | Piano

Publisher: ABRSM Publishing
Composer: Alan Haughton
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

A superb collection of simple and tuneful pieces in various jazz styles.

Young pianists will love the bluesy Boogie on Down, the lovely ballad tune of Stephanie's Song and the cheerful Rainy Day Rag.

ISBN: 9781854723987
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 13 July 2000
No of pages: 24
Language: English
Catalogue No: D3987

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        Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        10 out of 10


        Worcester GB
        Used this book loads of times - it contains pieces which I don't like but which pupils do!
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        Published on: 05 December 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        This is such a useful book for introducing a variety of modern styles. Really fun pieces, great for any age group.
        Anonymous - ()
        Good collection of jazzy pieces, I will enjoy playing these through.
        Anonymous - ()
        a real mixture of styles and technical demands. Well worth purchasing. The only reason it was 4 instead of 5 stars was that some pieces were poles apart in targeting ability levels.
        Anonymous - (Boston, United Kingdom)
        Good book, not just for Grade 4 syllabus.
        Anonymous - (Pinner, United Kingdom)
        A really lovely book with a range of jazzy and lighter style piano pieces with very nice tunes. Easy to dip in and out of too.
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)
        I bought this book specifically for one piece from the 2009-10 ABRSM Grade 4 syllabus but really like the sound of most of the music in the book and am looking forward to learning some other pieces. All the pieces are of around the same (Grade IV) standard with the exception of a couple of easier/ harder ones so it's a good book for progression with some really lovely pieces.
        Anonymous - (Oxford, United Kingdom)

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