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Greatest Hits

P/V/G Folio

By Emerson Lake & Palmer

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Piano/Vocal/Guitar - Difficulty: medium-difficult
P/V/G Folio. By Emerson Lake & Palmer. Piano. Progressive Rock and Hard Rock. Songbook. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names and guitar chord diagrams. 79 pages. Music Sales #AM934494. Published by Music Sales (HL.14010291).

Item Number: HL.14010291

ISBN 0825615364. 9x12 inches.

This folio contains 10 explosive titles (some available for the first time) - Karn Evil 9, From The Beginning, Lucky Man, Still You Turn Me On, and I Believe In Father Christmas.

  • C'est La Vie 
  • The Endless Enigma Part I 
  • The Endless Enigma Part II 
  • From The Beginning 
  • I Believe In Father Christmas 
  • Karn Evil 9 (1st Impression Part II) 
  • Lucky Man 
  • Still...You Turn Me On 
  • Take A Pebble 
  • Trilogy  
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Drew Worthen
    Location:
    Arkadelphia AR
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • June 19, 2008 SUPERB ATTENTION TO DETAIL!!!

    Being a classicaly trained pianist, Keith Emerson takes the gold for best keyboardist! That being said, these transcriptions are spot on accurate for the most part. Karn Evil 9 is a little wattered down, thats OK, because I wrote it out by ear... the correct way, and I already had...

    that one. Its a rare occassion when I find sheet music books where the arranger/transcriptionist (and copyright laws) provide such a SPECTACULAR transcription of the originals!! GREAT BOOK if you are a pianist in search of Keith Emerson gold and the like!

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  • 4

    Mark Sompel
    Location:
    San Francisco, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 09, 2008 Where's Karn Evil 9 - Part 1?

    I have all of the ELP sheet music which consists of 4 books and the concerto, bloody difficult BTW. The one piece that's always missing is Karn Evil 9 - Part 1. We need to band together and hound Emerson to publish it. Still, this is a fine addition to...

    your music collection if you are an Emerson fan.

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  • 2

    Mike Dooley
    Location:
    Jacksonville, FL
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • August 16, 2007 Not authentic guitar tab

    I have purchased several tab books over the years from your site, but this is the first time that I was disappointed. All of the other books that I've received were all 'Authentic Guitar Tablature', but this one appeared to be for beginners.

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  • 5

    Chris Engel
    Location:
    Ocean City, MD
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • June 29, 2007 Pretty good

    First off, the most accurate pieces in this book are Take a Pebble and Trilogy. Then comes The Endless Enigma Part 1 and 2 and Karn Evil 9 (Both of which are a piano-arranged accompaniment and leave out some parts). What I have a problem with is how piano...

    -arranged versions of Greg Lake accoustic songs are put in here (Half the songs in the book!) and that space could have been used much more wisely for many other ELP songs with the REAL keyboard parts (Knife Edge, some of Tarkus, more of Karn Evil 9, Fanfare for the Common Man, Pirates, Jerusalem, The Barbarian... etc.). On the contrary, it's the only ELP book there really is available. But, Take a Pebble (although a good deal of improv. is left out) and Trilogy (When the synths come in, it doesn't include as much as you may want) are fantastic piano pieces and sound beautiful. Really, those two songs alone are reason to buy this book. Look foward to more ELP sheet music books in the future!

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  • 5

    chris castillon
    Location:
    San Luis Az.
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • November 19, 2004 A little taste of the master

    This is a piece of art for all the fans of ELP, but for the piano players is a treasure that you must include in your exercise sessions because make you get more flexibility for yor fingers and develope an extraordinary skill.

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