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About this book

Easy Piano Classics

  • A book of simplified arrangements of over 50 piano classics from composers such as Beethoven and Mozart.
  • Useful musical and historical facts put the pieces in context and help learners to understand more about the music they play.
  • Features a concealed spiral binding to allow the book to remain effortlessly open whilst in use on a music stand.
  • Internet-linked to allow learners to listen to the tunes online.

Press Reviews

Bearing in mind my oft-repeated appeal, when faced with such arrangements, for "real" children’s repertoire rather than thinned out famous bits, I must nonetheless congratulate ... a great editorial team on their collective achievement in bringing out this book... simply the best I’ve ever seen of its type.
John York, Piano Magazine

Reader Reviews

Easy Piano Classics
This book appeals to all ages and capabilities, when you start to play you realize that you have heard this music before. Along with the internet links, this book brings the composers alive and gives you such confidence when you hear that you have been playing as well as the experts.

Jayne, 6th October 2007

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