Customer Reviews for The Wall
Location: from pa
February 14, 2009
it's cool that this book contains almost all of the music, but most of the songs are in over-simplified keys or have pretty corny arrangements. some songs are better than others. the book is still fun with some improvising.
54 of 80 people found this review helpful.
Mike "The Jam-Man" Gallagher
Location: from Kansas City, MO
November 21, 2007
As good as it can get doing Pink Floyd
I am an instructor at a music school that requires The Wall to be performed at least once every 3 years by their students. It certainly is not my fovorite rock music, but I did need to learn it the best I could in order to teach it. Your book did the job in addition to working with the CD.
51 of 80 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Mansfield, OH
March 15, 2005
IT is good!!!
55 of 80 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Irvine, CA
September 10, 2004
This is a good book for what it is. You have to consider that most pink floyd songs are NOT written for piano,so transcriptions to piano can't be perfect and won't sound exactly like the recording. However, I think this is worth it for any pianist who loves Pink Floyd.
46 of 80 people found this review helpful.
Location: from jacksonville al
June 23, 2003
this book sucks. if you dont feel like improvising every note in the album then dont buy this book. VERY poor transcription. the only song that gives note for note trans is Outside The Wall. terrible terrible terrible book. dont buy this
48 of 76 people found this review helpful.
Nicholas J. McCabe
Location: from Madison, WI
March 4, 2001
How shall I complete the wall?
This arrangement of The Wall is good for any piano player-fan of The Wall. Good for electric keyboard. Some songs sound better on the keyboard than others. If you can improvise what is written on sheet music, it's a great benifit to you.
7 of 13 people found this review helpful.