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Little Stories for Pop-Piano

10 Popsongs of intermediate difficulty for piano solo

By Adomas Rekasius

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10 Popsongs of intermediate difficulty for piano solo. Composed by Adomas Rekasius. Piano (Solo). Score. Heinrichshofen Verlag #N2809. Published by Heinrichshofen Verlag (PE.N2809).

Item Number: PE.N2809

ISBN 9790204428090.

"Pop music is the sound of the young and the young at heart. Though the piano is over 200 years old, it is still fresh and young. That is, if you know how to play it, regardless of whether you play jazz, classical - or, of course, pop music.

With Little Stories for Pop Piano, 10 pop songs for piano (or keyboard), I am offering you an opportunity to try something new that is easy to learn. These pieces allow you to experience an exciting symbiosis between the heart and mind - pop and piano: a bond of love.

How do you play pop music on the piano? How does it differ from classical music or jazz? What is important in this music? By playing Little Stories for Pop Piano, you will develop a feeling for questions like this.

In Little Stories for Pop-Piano each piece has a certain groove and tells a little story. The pieces are easy to learn for relatively inexperienced players. They are based on simple repetitions, and the most important thing is to find the right groove that tells just this story. Pop music has a special rhythm and if you keep this in mind you will find playing in this style even more enjoyable.

The compositions are rewarding for smaller bands, too. The chord symbols help with the harmony and with a possible bass accompaniment. The compositions can also be accompanied by a second piano or a keyboard. The sheet music accompaniment for the second piano can be downloaded free of charge from the website: The pieces are also available there as audio files.

I would be happy to respond to your questions, suggesions, or requests via e-mail:

I hope you enjoy playing Little Stories for Pop-Piano.

Cordially, Adomas Rekasius" (translation: Matthew Harris)

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