November New Books

Easiest Keyboard Collection – Music From The Movies

Easy to play melody line arrangements, with chord symbols, lyrics, suggested registrations, rhythm and tempo, from a variety of popular films including Spider Man, Casino Royale, The Hunger Games, Pirates if the Caribbean, Toy Story and more.

Play Piano with..Christina Perri, Lana Del Rey, Adele and other great artists!

Authentic piano transcriptions for eight great songs.  Includes vocal line, full lyrcis and guitar chord boxes. PLUS CD with ‘soundalike’ backing tracks and full demonstration performances.

Rock Classics for Jazz Piano

10 Rock Classics as you’ve never heard them before! Includes Black Hole Sun, Eye of the Tiger and Creep

‘Really Easy Piano DUETS – Pop Favourites’

Includes Someone Like You, Mamma Mia, Chasing Cars, Brown Eyed Girl and many more.

New Edition – ‘Play Guitar with Bob Marley’

Great newly recorded backing tracks to play along with the king of reggae. The book features both guitar tab and notation with chord symbols, and full lyrics for vocalists.

Scott Barnan – ‘Trumpet Hanon’

74 Exercises to build endurance & flexibility.  A trumpet bible exploring finger & embouchure technique, harmonic patterns and the study of time signatures, transposition, articulation and more through performance exercices rather than being purely technical.

‘Charlier Parker Omnibook’ – CD Play-Along Edition

3 CD’s included for use with the Charlie Parker Omnibooks in all keys.

James Rae – ‘Repertoire Explorer Tenor Saxophone’
Graded pieces for beginners

“Teachers seeking material for their pupils to enjoy at a defined technical level, need look no further. James Rae has carefully selected a variety of pieces from classical to modern and studies of all kinds, for each of grades 1, 2 and 3, keeping in mind the technical requirements at each level. These books present an opportunity for pupils to broaden their musical experiences and explore the wide variety of music that is within their grasp.”

Michael Losch – ‘Klezmer Saxophone Duets’

“In recent times the saxophone, with it’s unique character and expressive possibilities, found a fixed place in this style of old traditional music.  Catchy tunes allowing a wide range of interpretations when it comes to tempo, phrasing, articulation and ornementation.  Inspiring pieces for the intermediate to advanced players.”

What’s Klezmer?? Youtube example