Expertly edited and beautifully engraved, this is a new edition of Beethoven’s four easiest sonatinas and sonatas. It preserves the intent of the original editions while adding a judicious amount of editing for the developing pianist. Includes: Sonatina in G Major, Anh. 5, No. 5; Sonatina in F Major, Anh. 5, No. 6; Sonata in G Minor, Op. 49, No. 1; and Sonata in G Major, Op. 40, No. 2.
Easy pieces in an impressionist style are hard to find. This little gem will delight both young and old students. It’s two pages long and in the key of F major with no eighth notes. It serves as an excellent introduction to harmonic pedaling.
Spice up your holiday recital with these humorous Christmas tunes! Witty and offbeat pieces that allude to traditional carols are sure to entertain both children and adults. Titles include Elves Falling Off Shelves, Santa Got Pulled Over for Speeding, and One Cookie Left Behind, plus nine more. All the giggling will surely put you and your audience into a joyous holiday spirit!
Too Much Joy
Slidin' Down Chimneys
Elves Falling Off Shelves
One Cookie Left Behind
Not Enough Lights for the Christmas Tree
I Got Some More Lights
That Song with the Fa-La-La's
Hark! My Piano's Out of Tune
Santa Got Pulled Over for Speeding
It's Christmas Eve, and I Can't Fall Asleep
This set of character pieces encourages student pianists to expand their vision and awareness of dynamic shading, contrasting articulations, touch and expression. Each of the six solos has been carefully crafted to fit the technical ability of the advancing elementary pianist. Each title can be performed as an individual work, or in any combination to create a set, or as a complete suite.
Play this fun and energetic polka at your next piano party! It’s in the key of G major with the primo/secondo stacked. The primo has a catchy melody, which shows up in the secondo towards the end. The secondo presents easy-to-play accompaniment patterns. Reading ledger lines is required for both parts.
Winter has its own special magic depicted here in the key of E minor. The piece begins with a pensive melody, followed by easy hand-over-hand arpeggios. Careful attention to pedaling is a must for this expressive solo. No eighth notes are used.
A carriage ride at Christmas would be a memorable event, cheerfully depicted in this colorful solo. In 6/8 meter and the key of G major, there are contrasting articulations between the hands with lots of dynamic variations. The artistic pedaling is carefully marked.
Lush chords and beautiful harmonies lead to expressive playing in this new book by Nancy Lua. These arrangements are suitable for home, recitals or church services. Titles include Silent Night, Away in a Manger, O Holy Night, Ave Maria and the Ukrainian Carol, plus two more.
A beautiful ballad that will make you want to say “Oh, so pretty!”. The memorable motif starts in E flat major, then modulates to G flat major, and finally back to E flat major. The left hand plays mostly arpeggios resulting in lush, gorgeous harmonies.
This gorgeous arrangement starts in F major and modulates to A major. The left hand plays arpeggios against a right hand that sings the melody, balanced with softer, inner voices. A complex and intricate piece where the performer will need established reading skills and knowledge of chords. The melody is also known as The Polish Lullaby, and this arrangement is 6 pages long.
You can sing and play this piece that contains an uplifting Christmas message. Starting in the key of F major and then modulating to D major, the lyrics express the excitement and special sounds and sights of the season. A new Christmas classic.
This collection of three, highly original pieces brings popular music styles to the forefront. They are called “rogue” because typically one would hear them on the dance floor, but these are designed for the recital hall. Electronic dance music (EDM), country stylings, and disco-funk will also sound great on both acoustic and digital keyboards. All three are as fun to play as they are to hear!