The Masterpieces of Classical Music are presented in simplified Piano By Number original arrangements! This Printed Volume contains “Moonlight Sonata,” Bach’s “Prelude #1,” and “Fur Elise” plus many more favorites.
Each song includes helpful commentary and suggestions for how to practice the piece. This fun, low-pressure piano method will familiarize you with some of the greatest masterpieces of classical music.
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- Recommended for older children, ages 8 and up
- Includes many Musical Masterpieces
- Includes pre-printed, easy peel-off PIANO BY NUMBER stickers
- FREE Piano By Number Mobile Phone APP
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EASY CLASSICAL CONTAINS 10 CLASSICAL MASTERPIECES
EASY CLASSICAL PIANO contains 10 Classical Masterpieces that use both the white and black keys of the piano. Using both hands, it is our most complex book for the piano. It is the only one to make use of fingering indications.
Beethoven: Fur Elise | Chopin: Fantasie Impromptu | Debussy: Clair de Lune | J.S. Bach: Minuet | J.S. Bach: Prelude #1 in C | Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata | Mozart: Rondo Alla Turca | Beethoven: Rage Over A Lost Penny (Rondo Capriccio) | Rossini: William Tell Overture (Lone Ranger Theme) | Tchaikovsky: Symphony Pathétique
Includes Fingering And Commentary
This book is more complex than any of our other books. Each song includes helpful commentary and suggestions for how to practice the piece. It’s like taking a lesson with an experienced teacher. First of all, you’ll note that there are indications (the tiny numbers on top of the bigger numbers in the sample page below) for “fingers.”
You’ll need to assign numbers to your fingers, as all pianists do, in order to navigate more complicated music. The finger indications are only a suggestion of what you should use. We suggest that you first try the piece many times using any fingers, until you get the idea.
The music of Bach’s Prelude #1 is presented exactly as it appears in sheet music versions, that is, nothing has been simplified or altered or arranged. You will play the exact notes of the entire piece that Bach wrote 250 years ago! Some of the more complex pieces have been simplified slightly to put them within your reach, but many appear in their original form.
It’s a great way to get started learning piano!
We'll email you FREE online access to the 54 minute video from Teach Yourself Piano and the Audio Play Along Songs. The video will show you how to play all 12 major and minor chords. You can play and save these online on any device on our Vimeo channel.
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PLAY ALONG SONGS
What Killed the Golden Age of the Piano
Carl Tausig Cooks His Cat
I Meet Aaron Copland
George Sand Killed Chopin
Why Brahms Must Have Been Fat
Artur Rubinstein Was A Vampire
Igor Stravinsky Loses His Cool
Vladimir Horowitz Goes To The Racetrack
Beethoven Was No Beauty
The World’s Largest Blue Danube Waltz
Was Mozart Murdered?
Beethoven’s Rage Over A Lost Penny
Franz Schubert, The First Bohemian
Chopin’s Singing Piano Tone
Stravinsky’s Good Luck
Tchaikovsky’s Greatest Fan
Hector Berlioz and the Orchestral Train Wreck
Piano Lessons with Papa Bach
Piano Lessons with Frederic Chopin
The Great Piano Craze of 1910
The American Piano Wars
Why Hugo Wolf Went Insane
Rachmaninoff and the Evolution of Pop Songs
Piano In The Past Was Better
The Master’s Hands
Einstein’s Violin Improvisations In Gypsy Style
A History of Piano and Numbers
Ryan Seacrest’s Piano Concerto #2