Worlds Favorite: Easy to Play Accordion Pieces (World's Favorite Series) Paperback – 14 Sep 1998
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I think the problem here is that the songs in this book weren't originally written (in most cases, anyway) for the Accordion. This is just my opinion but I just don't think that most of the songs in this book translate very well to the Accordion.
The music is clear and easy to read. And as one other reviewer has pointed out not all the pieces in this book are "easy to play". I wonder if some might have been made easier if they'd been transposed to an easier key.
Anyway, here's the music list if you're wondering what you're getting with this book (since it's not in the product details):
Battle Hymn Of The Republic
The Star Spangled Banner, The
Concerto In A-Minor
Dance Of The Candy Fairy
Fifth Nocturne Flatterer, The
Glow Worm, The
Hearts And Flowers
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
La Donna e Mobile
Light Cavalry Overture
Meditation From Thais
Melody In F
My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice
None But The Lonely Heart
Peter And The Wolf
Polonaise, Op.Read more ›
A good selection though, look forward to playing them with more experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is useful to anybody who has attempted self teach themselves to play the accordion.Published 23 months ago by Mr. G. H. Horn
There are not many pieces suitable for a beginner. There are some pieces with two flats and two with three flats for a start.The script is a little smaller than I would have liked. Read morePublished on 23 Jan. 2014 by Jane