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Piano Solos Sheet Music Book
By Dave Brubeck

Solo piano - SMP Level 10 (Advanced)
Piano Solos. By Dave Brubeck. Artist/Personality; Piano - Personality Book; Piano Supplemental. Jazz. Songbook. With standard notation and lyrics (does not include words to the songs). 56 pages. Alfred Music #00-AF9747. Published by Alfred Music (AP.AF9747).

Item Number: AP.AF9747

ISBN 9780769200460. 9x12 inches. English. Dave Brubeck.

Including: Audrey, The Desert and the Parched Land, Five for Ten Small Fingers, Koto Song, Lullaby and many others!

This title has selections that range in difficulty from SMP Level 8-10.

About SMP Level 10 (Advanced)

Very advanced level, very difficult note reading, frequent time signature changes, virtuosic level technical facility needed.

  • Quiet As The Moon 
  • Strange Meadowlark  With lyrics
  • The Desert And The Parched Land  From To Hope! A Celebration
  • Bluette 
  • Blue Lake Tahoe 
  • Home Without Iola 
  • Lost Waltz (Edited Version) 
  • Looking At A Rainbow 
  • I See, Satie  With lyrics
  • Softly, William, Softly 
  • Soaring 
  • Nostalgia De Mexico 
  • Going To Sleep 
  • Lullaby 
  • Audrey 
  • Chorale 
  • Five For Ten Small Fingers 
  • Koto Song 
  • Lost Waltz (Original Version) 
  • Memories Of A Viennese Park 
  • A Misty Morning  A.k.a. So This Is Kirsten
  • Recuerdo (Remembrances) 
  • Study In Fourths 
  • Upstage Rhumba 
  • Joshua Redman 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Beaverton, OR
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  • November 16, 2008 Good Stuff

    There are at least four pieces in this collection that are worth the entire purchase price: Joshua Redman Softly, William, Softly Lost Waltz (Edited Version) The Desert And The Parched Land I am a music teacher and a student of improvisation, was introduced to this book by my piano teacher...

    , used the aforementioned pieces as sight-reading and a good example of jazz arrangements that use simple, authentic voicings. The left- hand accompaniment patterns are helpful to use in one's own improvisations and compositions. I also like Brubeck's other book, "Themes from Eurasia", for this same reason. There is a lot of variety in this volume of Nocturnes. Many pieces are advanced and contemporary, but better to explore his contemporary side here (where you'll also find some gems), than to unwittingly purchase a whole volume of Brubeck's atonal/12-tone pieces. (Avoid Brubeck's other book, Two-Part Adventures, if you don't like Schoernberg.)

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  • 5

    Ross K. Rieder
    Graham, Wa
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  • April 01, 2008 Dave's nocturnes a treat!

    Being able to make the same sounds my favorite jazz pianist makes is a thrill for this old diletante. I look forward to receiving the published xmas book, too!

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  • 5

    Douglas E. Sawyer, MD
    Warsaw, IN
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  • September 14, 2007 A gem of intermediate music

    I have collected a wide variety of intermediate to advanced short pieces over the years. Others include Gershwin At the Piano Songbook of original improvisations (recording available by Jacques Thiollier), Songbook for Anna Magdalena Bach, Bach's Goldberg variations (listen to Murray Peraha's recording), Chopin Preludes, Vince Guaraldi Snoopy...

    collections and Bill Evans arrangements of Jobim. These pieces are mostly intermediate, but require some work on ryhthm. If you get the Salmon recording you will have hours of fun trying to play these beautiful little pieces. You will find touches of Poulenc, Ravel, Copeland, Albenez and Jobim and Gershwin here.

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  • 5

    Mukilteo, WA
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  • March 14, 2007 Totally Cool

    Having taken up the piano after a 40+ year hiatus, I am pleased to recommend this wonderful book. The compositions are rewarding to work through and play.

    16 of 35 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

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  • June 11, 2001 Great for jazz beginners

    I bought this book for "Strange Meadow Lark" from the Time Out album, and the notes are the way Brubeck plays them except for some runs and left hand fill-in chords that aren't notated. A good book for someone who isn't ready for improvisation yet, but wants...

    to get a feel for Brubeck's chord voicings and tone.

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