We all love freebies (who doesn’t?), so today’s post is a give away for one lucky reader. My 15 Top Piano Resources were published on January 1st this year, and in this post, I briefly reviewed Daily Expressions by Paul Birchall. These lovely little works were brought to my attention by composer Elena Cobb who is Paul’s publisher.
Daily Expressions are a collection of seven piano pieces (one for every day of the week), and would suit pianists of approximately Grade 5 ABRSM exam level and above. These works could be described as mood music, verging on Minimalist. Paul wrote one new piece everyday for a month, then included just seven of the compositions in this new volume. Students will enjoy the various ‘moods’ conjured by the different feel depending on the day of the week. Perfect for those who want to play modern pieces without a strictly Classical edge. Whether a piano teacher or pupil, you will find these little gems are a great addition to your repertoire. You can listen to each work and purchase them here.
To win a signed copy of Daily Expressions, simply leave your comment in the box below. Elena and Paul will pick a winner – so make your comment a good one! The results will be announced on Sunday, so stay tuned. Good luck!