Andrew Lloyd Webber/Glenn Slater: Love Never Dies

Books | Piano, Vocal & Guitar

Publisher: Really Useful Group
Format: Sheet Music | Songbook
ISBN: 9781849385336
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 31 March 2010
No of pages: 96
Language: English
Catalogue No: RG10615
 
     

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      5
      This is a great song book up to now I have recorded 3 songs from this album and I am impressed with the ease that I was able to get into theses songs and I have never sounded better with my singing because the lyrics of theses songs seem to fit my voice.
      Anonymous - (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
      5
      This was a gift which arrived in pristine condition, thank you.
      Anonymous - (Billericay, United Kingdom)
      4
      I bought this for my girlfriend. She is very happy with it. For those who love the show, love to play and sing, this is a great purchase.
      Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)
      4
      Some cracking tunes, generally arranged very well. Some pieces are fairly hard (around grade 6 or 7) but most are intermediate. Chord symbols and words are included which is always helpful.
      Anonymous - (Harpenden, United Kingdom)
      5
      If you like Andrew Lloyd Webber you will love this sequel to Phantom of the Opera. I have not seen the show yet but after playing these songs I can't wait. Not for a beginner (some pieces have 6 flats) but not too difficult.
      Anonymous - (Manchester, United Kingdom)
      3
      The piano solo book for the original "Phantom of the Opera" is my favorite and most played sheet music collection. I have played from that book weekly for over a decade. Sadly, the book for "Love Never Dies" is very poorly transcribed. The arrangements are lacking and do not do justice to the music as heard on the cast album. I feel that it was hastily and very simplistically thrown together and I hope that a proper arrangement of these wonderful melodies will eventually be released.
      Anonymous - (Atlanta, GA, United States)
      5
      Brought this as a gift for my daughter who loves to sing. It is a real hit!
      Anonymous - (Southampton, United Kingdom)
      5
      Fantastic and lovely lovely scores. Good selection from the musical. Easy to play.
      Anonymous - (Cramlington, United Kingdom)
      3
      Another average musical from Andrew, I'm disappointed. A lot of the music seems somewhat thrown together at the last minute with no care and attention, into what I believe is a very poorly transcribed score. Undoubtedly Andrew will always be fighting the success that is Phantom, but he gave himself no helping hands with this show. If you want a few simple tunes then this is a book is average, if you want a decent selection of the shows tunes then look to the internet.
      Anonymous - ()
      4
      I have not yet seen the show, so I don't know how powerful these songs will be in context. Nevertheless I am enjoying playing them. The music is very obviously 'Lloyd Webber' with numerous 'aha' moments as you recognise familiar themes. I would say you need to be a competent pianist to get the most out of this book.
      Anonymous - (Epsom, United Kingdom)
      5
      A fantastic addition to the Lloyd Webber catalogue. Love Never Dies is full of high romantic tunes that have been skillfully transcribed (in a PVG format) by David Cullen. The chosen selections from the show, some 13 in total, are mainly approachable, and should be playable to some degree by the average ability pianist. Singers beware, the two big songs 'Love Never Dies' and 'Till I Hear You Sing' both contain that elusive high B flat. The Coney Island Waltz is by far the most difficult piece in the portfolio, due mainly to the changes in tempo, and the waltz figuring the the left hand. I hope everyone enjoys this book as much as I have already!
      Anonymous - (Bootle, United Kingdom)
      4
      Good clear print and good selection of music
      Anonymous - (Chulmleigh, United Kingdom)
      5
      This collection contains a wide selection from the show. Two or three transcribe well for the piano but others are far too orchestral to make satisfying keyboard pieces.
      Anonymous - (Croydon, United Kingdom)

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