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Left-Hand Solos -- Classical Theme, Book 1

Left Hand Alone

By John W. Schaum

Piano - Early Intermediate
Left Hand Alone. Arranged by John W. Schaum. Masterworks; Piano - Schaum Method Supplement; Piano Supplemental. Schaum Method Supplement. Early Intermediate level piece for the SCJM (Specially Capable Junior Musician) 1 Hand event with the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) Festivals Bulletin 2008-2009-2010. Masterwork Arrangement. Book. 24 pages. Published by Schaum Publications, Inc. (AP.EL9741A).

Item Number: AP.EL9741A

ISBN 0757917267. Masterwork Arrangement.

The perfect answer for broken fingers, broken arms, sprained wrists, fingers with band-aids, and arms with casts. Titles are: Can't Help Singing * Silvery Waves * Deep Valley * Rolling Along * Plus and Minus * Sunset Waltz * Out of the Past * Spring Song * Arkansas Traveler * Serenade * Two Is Company (duet) * Memories of You * Doing Things on a Big Scale * The Futile Courtship * Robin Adair * Halo on the Moon * Longing and more. "Out of the Past" is a Federation Festivals 2014-2016 selection.
List/syllabus: Federation Festivals 2014-2016.

  • Can't Help Singing 
  • Silvery Waves 
  • Deep Valley 
  • Rolling Along 
  • Plus and Minus 
  • Sunset Waltz 
  • Out of the Past 
  • Spring Song 
  • Arkansas Traveler 
  • Serenade 
  • Two Is Company (duet) 
  • Memories Of You 
  • Doing Things on a Big Scale 
  • The Futile Courtship 
  • Robin Adair 
  • Halo on the Moon 
  • Longing and more. 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    New Berlin, WI
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • April 12, 2007 Left-hand sight reading improves!

    My adult group piano students really enjoyed this book. It improves sight-reading in both the treble and bass clef for the left hand. It's a technigue book hidden behind very musical and enjoyable tunes to learn. The students also benefited by working with the accurately marked pedal.

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