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Grand Solos for Piano, Book 6

9 Pieces for Late Intermediate Pianists

By Melody Bober

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Piano - Late Intermediate
9 Pieces for Late Intermediate Pianists. Composed by Melody Bober. Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. Grand Solos for Piano. Children. Book. 32 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.30114).

Item Number: AP.30114
ISBN 0739052039. Children.

Grand Solos for Piano is Melody Bober’s first complete series of solo collections since she became an exclusive Alfred author. The music in this six-book series is written in a variety of keys, styles, meters and tempos to appeal to both children and adults. The pieces have the distinctive Bober sound and are fun to play, in addition to helping pianists progress technically and musically. Whether performed on a concert grand, a digital piano or the family upright, these solos will truly sound "grand." Book 6 contains 9 pieces for late intermediate pianists. Titles: 006 Blues * Dragonfly * Evening Snowfall * Flight of the Monarch * Flying Leaves * Jazz 'n' Java * The Keepsake * Sweet Memories * Valse Dramatico.

  • 006 Blues 
  • Butterfly 
  • Dragonfly 
  • Evening Snowfall 
  • Flying Leaves 
  • Jazz 'n' Java 
  • The Keepsake 
  • Sweet Memories 
  • Valse Dramatico 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Reading, MA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • March 28, 2013 Grand Solos for Piano book 6

    As an adult player I absolutely love this book. A little bit of Jazz and Blues and some nice powerful sounding dramatic pieces, a couple really challenging for me and thats good as an early advanced intermediate player. Its quickly becoming my favorite book to play.

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  • 4

    Location:
    St. Louis, MO
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • August 01, 2011 Very Nice

    My 12 year old son, who plays jazz and ragtime absolutely loved "Jazz N Java". Because likes a certain genre of music the remaining 8 pieces were not of interest to him. He said and I quote,"They sound like something a GIRL would play." LOL! But as for "Jazz...

    N Java," kudos Melody Bober! I'd love to see an entire late intermediate / early advanced jazz collection from her.

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