Do you ever wish you had all of your sheet music with you constantly so you could play anything, anytime, anywhere? Or perhaps you’re studying a long piece and find turning the pages mid-phrase to be cumbersome?
Adult students who are advanced beginners need attainable piano repertoire. So I was happy to review Piano Accents: Latin America, a new piano book of nine songs arranged and composed by Neeki Bey and Gail Fischler.
All piano students love to be able to play familiar music. That is a good thing too, because there is a starting point on which to build.
The classical piano music works I dislike the most are the ones that pretend to be mice chasing each other, horses galloping, toy solders marching, or simply fields of buttercups.
In this practice video, I play the first section of The Pearls, Burgmüller Opus 109. Unfortunately, my extended pinky problem made an unwelcome appearance.