Pauline Hall: Piano Time Jazz Duets - Book 1

Books | Piano Duet

Author: Pauline Hall
Series: Piano Time
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Piano Time Jazz Duets 1 is a fabulous collection of pieces in jazzy and light styles. Carefully written for students around the level of Piano Time 2, these stylish and toe-tapping duets provide accessible and fun material for all young jazz players. Here are duets in all kinds of styles, from energetic boogie to a moody blues and lively samba, as well as music to waltz, groove, and rock ’n’ roll to, and pieces to sing along with. Wittily illustrated, this is a must-have collection for all teachers and pupils looking for fresh and original duet repertoire.

ISBN: 9780193355972
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 07 September 2006
No of pages: 28
Language: English
Catalogue No: 9780193355972

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        St Albans GB Private Piano Teacher
        I really like this book, as it's suitable for all ages, is fun, even for adult pupils and is enjoyed by everyone.
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        Confirmed purchase: 24 June 2016
        Published on: 13 July 2016
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        Lovely accessible duets popular with teenagers as well!!
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        Confirmed purchase: 23 January 2015
        Published on: 11 February 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        This book is absolutely wonderful!The tunes are very nice, all my pupils enjoy playing them very much. I always have fun and enjoy playing them with my pupils too. I would highly recommend this book!
        Anonymous - (Glasgow, United Kingdom)
        Super book. The pieces are such fun to play together. Some have words which can help with rhythms. Many pupil parts are 2 hands playing the same an octave apart which makes it attainable. What better way to learn than by playing music which is really fun.
        Anonymous - (Cirencester, United Kingdom)
        Great music - just right for my son who loves playing, but doesn't want to learn!!!
        Anonymous - (Colchester, United Kingdom)

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