All children love to show off their talent, particularly when they've recently started to learn an instrument. Here are fifteen fun tunes for piano which will do just that and which are ideal for all those party occasions. The pieces are designed to be fun to play and conjure up a variety of scenes and images to fire the young player's imagination. At the same time, they have been skilfully written for beginners, with the shapes of the tunes reinforcing basic fingering patterns and with simple technical problems gently presented. The composer also explores the range of the piano - the bright, upper register for a shepherd's flute, the deep notes for a snoring lion - while children will greatly enjoy the colourful sound of piano harmonics in 'Chinese Crackers'. The pieces range from the simplest to about an easy Grade 1 standard, and many are thus ideal for ABRSM's Preparatory Test exam. All in all, this album will help build children's confidence in their playing and provides many attractive pieces to celebrate their new-found ability. Review Simple pieces for the very youngest of pianists, all with a sense of light-hearted fun. (Sheet Music) Good fun and highly recommended for grades 0 - 1, especially at the ABRSM's giveaway price. (Music Teacher) Synopsis 15 fun tunes for piano. Well-written pieces which reinforce basic fingering patterns and work on simple technical problems. All the pieces are at preparatory to Grade 1 level. Full-colour attractive cover with cartoon illustration - inside pages are also illustrated with lively cartoons.
We aim to ship items within 1 working day, orders placed after 9.00 am will be shipped the next working day. For international orders please use Ebay and Ebay Global Shipping.
We have a shop in Dulverton, Somerset and always encourage you to come and look at the items before you buy. If it is an instrument you are welcome to try it before buying, just get in contact. Payment options are, Paypal, cash on collection, or when collecting any major card, we also accept bank transfers just ask for details.