Quiet Classics by Keith Snell. For piano. Collection. Neil A. Kjos Master Composer Library. Preparatory. Collection. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.GP408).
Don't panic if your high school student needs music for that special church service,.
About Neil A. Kjos Master Composer Library
The Neil A. Kjos Master Composer Library, selected and edited by Keith Snell, is comprised of unique editions of the most popular piano teaching repertoire. Clavier Magazine calls it "an outstanding teaching series." All books are attractively priced for students representing an outstanding value. Compact disc recordings by Diane Hidy, Nelita True, and Hans Boepple follow the editing, emulating a beautiful and practical model for students.
December 15, 2012
Great for all audiences/the gigging musician
First of all, the book is spiral-bound, so that's a plus! Has a great selection of classical/Romantic pieces; some are short and others are long. I esp. liked how the editor arranged the pieces into Groups/ "sets" and there are bout 15 pieces in each set. Every 'classic' piece someone...
4 of 8 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Oxfordshire, England
August 6, 2011
A perfect choice
Keith Snell’s Quiet Classics is very close to my heart and I would never want to be without it. It’s so useful to find such a wonderful collection of gems, such as the Andante from Beethoven’s Sonata op. 79 (a movement I have always thought of as Beethoven’s Venetian Boat...
15 of 26 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Hilo, HI
May 29, 2008
Great background music
This book is great for playing at dinners, weddings, etc. Places where people want lovely classical music that doesn't intrude upon conversation. There are many excellent classics in here. The whole book takes about 2 hours to play through and the transition from piece to piece (if you play it...
30 of 56 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Cleveland
March 4, 2006
great for the intermediate player
Some great pieces here, very moving, good to set the mood in any room. I really like the ones by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and Chopin, although only two Beethoven pieces. Debussy too but those are a little more difficult. Most are pretty accessible to the intermediate player. Large type, easy to...
24 of 54 people found this review helpful.