Quiet Classics For The Piano

Books | Piano

Catalogue No: KJ16753
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Beautiful music appropriate for Church Services; Weddings; Elegant Parties; Restaurants.
ISBN: 9780849762918
Published on: 12 December 2002
No of pages: 104
Language: English
Publisher: Kjos Music Company
 
     
       

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        8.0
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        Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
        8 out of 10

        Carl

        Tampa, FL GB
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        This book was recommended by my music teacher
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        Confirmed purchase: 30 June 2016
        Published on: 20 July 2016

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        5
        I have always absolutely loved this beautifully chosen collection of pieces. Although if forced to recommend just one book for my pupils it would have to be Piano Classics, Ninety Timeless Pieces (also available at musicroom) Keith Snell’s Quiet Classics is very close to my heart and I would never want to be without it. It includes some gems that are not included in the other collection, such as the Andante from Beethoven’s Sonata op. 79 (a movement I have always thought of as Beethoven’s Venetian Boat Song) as well as the wonderful and less often played A minor waltz op post. by Chopin, the haunting Notturno by Grieg and Of Foreign Lands and People by Schumann. So many of my pupils have adored this book, and, like other collections edited by Keith Snell it has a very attractive cover which makes it a particularly nice present. The spiral binding is a great plus, the printing is clear and the notes are a comfortable-to-read size. A winner!
        Anonymous - (Oxfordshire, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is an absolutely brill collection of "easy-listening" classics that are suitable material for those with intermediate piano skills (minimum of Grade 3 and upwards) who enjoy a bit of a challange - or for the more skilled pianist who simply enjoys playing for the sheer pleasure. There's something for everyone here. Recommended!
        Anonymous - (Yarm, United Kingdom)
        5
        This book is absoloutley perfect. Not only does it include a gorgeous collection of timeless classics, but it's lay out in an easy to read way. The book is binded together so you don't have the problem of trying to keep the book open whilst your playing. It includes useful fingering and pedal markings. Whether your wanting to take music up as a career or just like to play casually, this book is perfect as it includes piece which are as easy as Grade 3, up to piece which are diploma standard. An absoloute must have for pianists.
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