The Young Pianist's Repertoire Book One

Books | Piano

Publisher: Faber Music
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

The Young Pianist's Repertoire Book One, provides a wide choice of pieces for those pianists completing the hugely popular and successful Piano Lessons Book 1 written by the same authors. It functions as an independent anthology for those who have recently started learning the piano. A excellent opportunity to develop your confidence and performance skills at the earliest possible stage, whilst also providing the beginnings of your very first musical repertoire.

ISBN: 9780571502103
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
No of pages: 46
Language: English
Catalogue No: 502105

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        Scores 9.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
        9 out of 10


        Edinburgh GB Piano & harpsichord teacher.
        Attractive keyboard solos from 17th to 20th centuries, ranging from Grades 1 (Peter Eben + R.R. Bennet) to nearly 4 (Handel Bouree) in difficulty. All lie within the stretch of a small hand and most require no pedal. I find this album is still popular with adults + all ages of children & am pleased to see it's much in evidence at our EPTA concerts & Music Festival. Nice introduction to the easier music of top composers Purcell, JS Bach, Mozart, Handel, Schumann, Shostakovitch, etc, with some "teaching" studies by Loeschorn & Czerny which are fun to learn & rewarding to play.
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        Confirmed purchase: 28 February 2017
        Published on: 14 March 2017
        10 out of 10


        Scotland GB Piano teacher of all
        Still popular after over 4 decades, the 35 solos span 4 centuries, from Purcell to Peter Eben, and progresses from c. Grade 1 (Czerny, Rameau, Richard Rodney Bennet) to nearly Grade 4 (Handel Bouree). Really attractive & useful repertoire for festivals / concerts, and covers every technical trick at all levels.
        My school-age pupils and adult
        students like it as a collection (although
        I and they aren't too keen on 3 or 4 individual pieces) and they like the range of mood, especially the fun Eben, Seiber, Maurice & Shostakovitch.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 29 March 2014
        Published on: 29 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

        An oldy but a goody, large selection of easy repertoire in chronological order.
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)

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