Henry the Steinway and the Piano Recital
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SKU: GI.G-10342

Composed by Laura Friedman, Peter Goodrich, and Sally Coveleskie. Music Education. GIA Publications #10342. Published by GIA Publications (GI.G-10342).

ISBN 9781622775088.

Spring is in the air and the annual piano recital is only a week away! How will our young pianist learn her music in time? This delightful tale introduces Ana and her special friend Henry the Steinway—a grandfatherly piano who speaks to her! Ana learns from Henry that she must first hear the music. Then, she must find the music in her heart. Soon, Ana’s tears of frustration turn to pure joy, as she delights in the playing of her music and her new friendship with Henry the Steinway. This story will resonate with piano students and piano lovers of all ages! A wonderful book that teaches kids about practice, concentration, and fortitude.   A charming account of an ageless story, the bond of friendship between pianists of all ages and their pianos. —Dr. Robert Blocker, Dean, Yale School of Music For all who understand the diligence required to master an instrument, these books will delight and inspire. They shall remain in my home by the piano for my children as a respite from those frustrating moments at practice, and as a reminder to me of the great skills passed on to me by my dedicated teachers. —Renée Fleming Henry the Steinway is a wonderful series of books about your best friend who is always by your side. I concertize in every corner of the globe and have been called a citizen of the world. Wherever I go I can depend on Henry the Steinway to be there with me. Teachers, children and parents will delight in this gentle story of making beautiful music, never giving up and becoming the best you can be. —Lang Lang Henry the Steinway is a wonderful book. It teaches kids about practice, concentration, and fortitude. Where can I find a piano like Henry? —Wynton Marsalis.