- Paperback: 48 pages
- Publisher: Music Sales Own; 01 edition (9 Aug. 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1844495701
- ISBN-13: 978-1844495702
- Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 0.7 x 30.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,659 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Really Easy Piano Film Songs Pf Paperback – 9 Aug 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
24 songs on 2 pages (exc the first and last song which are only 1 page), none of these cross over so ideal for beginners of level 1-2 stage.
As presvious reviewers have said, for some its easier to practise sight reading through playing simplified versions of the song - your brain tells you when it don't sound right, and you instinctively know whether to move up or down the keyboard.
At the top of each page is the title and brief interest notes about each song. Hopefully photos of the contents page/back cover and 1 example of music page will be uploaded to show what a fab selection of titles and an example of what the first song page looks like...
Only negativity - the songs inside the book aren't in any order that I understand (ie not film title or song title a-z)
Oh hang on - it starts with 'i will Always love you', and end with live and let die (both of which are 1 one sided songs), the rest are in a-z order in the middle on 2 facing each other pages. That's better.
Did I mention it also has a tips and hints note for each song. Another positive.
The songs are:
Against all odds (take a look at me know), as time goes by, beyond the sea, can you feel the love tonight, came what may, (everything i do) i do it for you, goldfinger, hopelessly devoted to you, how deep is your love, i will always love you, live and let die, love is all around, mad world, moon river, mrs robinson, my heart will go on, oh pretty woman,, raindrops keep falling on my head, son of a preacher man, speak softly love, take my breath away, unchained melody, up where we belong.
Each has the artist/version song is based on and on the back cover in and on the music page - the film title most noted for/from.Read more ›
I always found it easier to learn an instrument by playing pieces that I actually wanted to learn, so if you're like me and enjoy film music, this book of movie hits should more than satisfy. Great price, great songs and well presented.
As an side, it as well they are not pretending it is a really easy keyboard book ... it includes chords like Gsus4, F#m, Bbmaj7 etc ... ! I would have found the repeat symbols easier!
The hints and tips and not worth having ... eg "There are some 3-note chords in the right hand. They are not hard to play when you have worked out the notes" Very helpful!?!?
Yes, there are some really lovely songs in this book but it is let down by only having snippets of most of the songs.
In future I will try to only buy music books that I can "Look Inside" first!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If your thinking of learning how to play the piano this book is fantastic.
After buying my children a piano for Christmas I figured they would need some books which are... Read more
Very poor quality down load, difficult to read. Would not recommend.Published 5 months ago by Les Terry
what a lovely Piano book, easy to play with a bit of practice, some beautiful songs.Published 11 months ago by lizzie1
Not too easy to play but at least it's challenging. Good collection of songs.Published on 22 Mar. 2015 by Eve
This music book was a great hit for my 13-year-old grand-daughter at Christmas.
A perfect level for her new keyboard. Read more