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Grand One-Hand Solos for Piano

8 Late Elementary Pieces for Right or Left Hand Alone

Piano - Late Elementary
Book 3. 8 Late Elementary Pieces for Right or Left Hand Alone. Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. Grand One-Hand Solos for Piano. Book. 20 pages. Alfred Music #00-39196. Published by Alfred Music (AP.39196).

Item Number: AP.39196

ISBN 9780739088197. English. Melody Bober.

Students with an injured arm or hand can continue their piano studies in spite of their injury with this series by Melody Bober. Each volume features pieces written especially for the right or left hand in a variety of styles, keys, meters, and tempos. Book 3 contains eight pieces -- four for the right hand and four for the left hand -- each one providing the unique opportunity to develop the other hand while still progressing technically and musically.

"This collection is perfect for isolating and curing reading and technical weaknesses associated with a particular hand, as well as developing awareness that one hand is capable of voicing and artistic performance."
-Yiyi Ku,

Titles: Morning Ride (RH) * New Chopsticks? (RH) * Falling Snow (RH) * Mysterious Tale (RH) * Treasure Hunt (LH) * Left-Hand Boogie Stomp (LH) * Blues Beat (LH) * Climbing the Cascades (LH).

  • Morning Ride (for the right hand) 
  • New Chopsticks? (for the right hand) 
  • Falling Snow (for the right hand) 
  • Mysterious Tale (for the right hand) 
  • Treasure Hunt (for the left hand) 
  • Left-Hand Boogie Stomp (for the left hand) 
  • Blues Beat (for the left hand) 
  • Climbing the Cascades (for the left hand) 

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  • 5

    Castleton, Vermont
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 31, 2012 Nicely done!

    Nice variety of styles, using the whole keyboard, and kept interesting with contrasting middle sections. Also good for later learners who might have difficulties putting hands together, with lots of room for musicality.

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