Glee Songbook: Season 1, Volume 3 - Showstoppers

Books | Piano, Vocal & Guitar

Catalogue No: AM1001286
Artist: Glee Cast
Format: Sheet Music | Songbook
The matching folio for the third Glee album, featuring 20 songs, including those from the deluxe edition, in arrangements for Piano and Voice with Guitar chord boxes.

As with the other albums, a wide cross-section of musical genres is featured, from the cover of alt. rock hit Gives You Hell by the All-American Rejects, to the heart-wrenching musical classic from Les Miserables, I Dreamed a Dream, and everything in-between, including two Lady Gaga numbers, Poker Face and Bad Romance!
ISBN: 9781849386425
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 28 June 2010
No of pages: 127
Language: English
Publisher: Wise Publications
 
     
       

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        4
        great to get teenagers singing and playing, some keys don't suit soprano voice, some odd key signatures e.g. 5 sharps a bit tricky for youngsters.
        Anonymous - (Fochabers, United Kingdom)
        4
        This book was fantastic... There was only a few problems such as some of the keys were not right (Poker Face for example) and the harmonies, which makes Glee unique, were not written in but I still enjoyed getting to play the fantastc tunes. My favourites to play were; -Total Eclipes of the Heart -I Dreamed a Dream -Hello I would strongly recommend the purchase if you are a total Gleek... Like me :)
        Anonymous - (Bushey, United Kingdom)
        4
        Good selection! A couple of the songs aren't ideal for piano but the arrangements are still well done. Hello and Total Eclipse of the Heart are particularly pleasing to play. I'd say about Grade 5 as the average difficulty level, with some easier tunes.
        Anonymous - (Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
        4
        Good selection! A couple of the songs aren't ideal for piano but the arrangements are still well done. Hello and Total Eclipse of the Heart are particularly pleasing to play. I'd say about Grade 5 as the average difficulty level, with some easier tunes.
        Anonymous - (Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
        4
        A varied collection of fun tunes!
        Anonymous - (Hinckley, United Kingdom)

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