Elementary

Five Finger Frolics $8.00

Jane Hergo

Jane Hergo's first released edition in 1988 Francis Clark stated was "Well written", was submitted for publication with the Boston Music Company upon Clark's recommendation to Jane for pursuing as a publisher. These twelve pieces, all in middle C position, have been updated for detailed elements of phrasing. As with many of these books for young

Jane Hergo's first released edition in 1988 Francis Clark stated was "Well written", was submitted for publication with the Boston Music Company upon Clark's recommendation to Jane for pursuing as a publisher. These twelve pieces, all in middle C position, have been updated for detailed elements of phrasing. As with many of these books for young readers, the large print will be easy on the eyes. The book is plastic coil bound, as most books now are from Nouvelle Music, for laying flat when open to any page on a piano.

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Celebrate $4.00

Jane Hergo

Celebrate! is a one-handed elementary piano solo that can be played be either hand. Shifting clefs and a variety of melodic intervals will test the young pianists reading ability. Right hand fingering is written above the staff while the left hand is below.

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Noteworthy Elementary Piano Solos $8.00

Carol Flatau & Carrie Kraft

Noteworthy Elementary Solos will provide for the young performer a variety of expectations as they work through the collection . Shifting hand placements by octave, hand crossing, tempo changes within a solo, and moving from key signatures implied with accidentals to those with key signatures await the reader. Solos are primarily in C major with

Noteworthy Elementary Solos will provide for the young performer a variety of expectations as they work through the collection . Shifting hand placements by octave, hand crossing, tempo changes within a solo, and moving from key signatures implied with accidentals to those with key signatures await the reader. Solos are primarily in C major with one in D minor and two in D Major. For the performer experienced in five finger position works without much hand movement, the collection will stretch them outside their comfort zone as they progress through the book. Titles include, Little Cat, Lost Quarter Blues, Hello Sunshine, Missy Moo, The Wind-Up Cow, Oops! Hit a Bump, Stargazing, My Day, Jiggity Jig, Big Dog Luke and A New Little Minuet. The minuet in D Major concludes the book and while on the surface may appear fairly simple, the piece contains a variety of melodic movement between the two hands including contrary, oblique and parallel motion among the voices. Sometimes the motion between voices are by step in one hand and a leap in the the other to further challenge the performer's reading skills.

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Downloadable sheet music of carole flatau from sheet music plus website which are all featured in the book above Noteworthy Elementary piano solos by Carol Flatau and Carrie Kraft