Easy Classics To Moderns Piano

Books | Piano

Publisher: Wise Publications
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Enthusiastic response from music educators and teachers greeted the publication in 1968 of the first volume in the CLASSICS TO MODERNS series. Since then, as additional titles were added, the series has won widespread praise and universal acceptance by both teachers and students as a valuable and unique library of piano materials. All those interested in the literature for the piano have been well served by Denes Agay's intelligent compilations and by his jusicious editing. The series set a new high standard for piano teaching materials and is distinghished by an editorial approach that remains faithful to the composer's intentions.
These 142 pieces by the masters of piano literature date from the second half of the 17th century to the present day
ISBN: 9780711904071
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 19 April 2002
No of pages: 160
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM41484
 
     
       

        Musicroom Reviews

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        3
        This edition has combined two or three books. Unfortunately the type is compressed making it harder to read. The book is too thick to stay open on the music stand. I find pupils like to progress to a new book rather than use the same one for along time. Prefer the original style.
        Anonymous - (New Milton, United Kingdom)
        5
        Great selection of pieces, contains the first four books for just under £10, I am already a sax player who has just started piano at grade 1 level, this book provides a mixture of easy and hard at that grade and others,
        Anonymous - (Coatbridge, United Kingdom)
        4
        Firstly, great value for money. Ideal for Grade 3/4 student, some pieces for detailed study and the easier ones for quick study. A good variety of repertoire including standard repetoire.
        Anonymous - ( United Kingdom)
        4
        Good selection of music and good value for money. Covers a wide range, so can be used for repertoire building and also for quick study.
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)

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