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Pop Piano Styles, Level 4

By Jane Smisor Bastien

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Piano (Bastien Supplementary Books) - Level 4
Composed by Jane Smisor Bastien. Bastien Piano. Pop/Rock/Country. Music Book. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.WP54).

Item Number: KJ.WP54
ISBN 849750776.

This book is a varied and fun-packed collection of todays sounds, featuring rock, blues, and boogie styles. This light and refreshing supplementary music will brighten students' practice time. Great for heightening rhythmic awareness! Correlated with the Bastien Piano Library, this book can be used with any beginning piano method. Level 4.

  • Railroad Boogie 
  • Those Lonely Blues 
  • Glad Rag 
  • Love Letter 
  • Maple Leaf Rag 
  • Let the Good TImes Roll 
  • Disco Magic 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Chicago
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • October 11, 2011 Pop piano Styles level 4

    Bought these for my students to get away from the standard classical style of playing. The 7 songs have different style rhythms from blues,rock,boogie,Disco, and Ragtime. This book(last in the series) has some very good rhythms and are a little more advanced from the level 3...

    book, Songs sound pretty good to start with, plus I have the students also add some improv. or change some of the note durations along with what is written to make the songs sound even more lively. The Book 4 is easy to read and well organized. Songs are 1 or 2 pages in length. The songs are continued series to get into pop/blues to learn many syncopated rhythms. Usually have my students start with level two. Level one book in this series is a little too basic. Level three gets into little more variety on each song. Level 4 is a great book for learning some fairly challenging songs of the different Styles. hope this helps.

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