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10 for 10 Sheet Music Top Movie Hits: Easy Piano Solos Paperback – 25 February 2009
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- Publisher : Alfred Publishing (25 February 2009)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 36 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0739060074
- ISBN-13 : 978-0739060070
- Dimensions : 22.1 x 0.51 x 29.72 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 510,930 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I wish it was legal to take pictures of the music, just to give people an idea of the difficulty of the music before-hand. I am aware that easy piano is for the intermediate player, but this book could easily be played by someone a little less than intermediate, in my opinion. I also realize that this goes against what most of the reviewers have said about this book, be warned, if you have ever had the ability to play music as it was written and not an easier form of it, this book will be too easy for you! Even if you’re rusty by a few years.
Basically what you’re looking at in terms of difficulty:
-No more than 2 octaves above or below middle C
-Simple time signatures and keys. Most songs are in the key of C with some accidentals thrown into the mix.
-No more than a few notes played at a given time, mostly one note at a time. Minimal chords.
The songs sound like what they’re supposed to be, but they also sound like they’re missing something. They’re too simplified sounding to sound like their actual counterpart. That being said, Dan Coates is one of the best arrangers out there. If you’re just starting to learn, but are beyond the 5 finger piano music this book would be an excellent cost effective choice. The songs are familiar and you could easily be plunking your way through these in no time. I’m just a little disappointed because I was led to believe that the music would be harder than it actually was.