Weekend Competition: Easy Concert Pieces

Today’s competition features two new publications from Schott Music; Easy Concert Pieces Books 1 & 2. These volumes consist of elementary pieces, which are in a progressive order. Great for recitals, concerts, competitions and exams, they offer a broad selection of styles and genres from Baroque through to Contemporary. Both books come with a useful audio CD.

Two lucky winners will receive one book each, so please leave your name and comment in the comment box at the end of this blog post to be in with a chance of winning. As always, I will announce the winner on Sunday night (British time). Good luck!

You can find out more and purchase Volume 1 here and Volume 2 here.


My Books:

For much more information about practising repertoire, take a look at my two-book piano course, Play it again: PIANO (Schott). Covering a huge array of styles and genres, 49 progressive pieces from approximately Grade 1 – 8 are featured, with at least two pages of practice tips for every piece.

If you’re thinking about learning to play the piano, my guide-book, So You Want To Play The Piano? (Alfred) is full of useful help and support.

The Faber Music Piano Anthology (Faber) is also a valuable resource for those who desire a collection of standard repertoire from Grades 2 – 8, featuring 78 pieces in total.

My Compositions:

I have written a selection of educational piano music (both solo and duet) and you can hear it and find out much more here: EVC Music Publications.

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24 thoughts on “Weekend Competition: Easy Concert Pieces

  1. I’ve been looking for a book that has a comprehensive selection of pieces at that level for a while, they are mostly scattered through other volumes of mixed difficulties. These look ideal for my teaching studio and we’ll be very well used.

    Jo

  2. I am impressed by the huge selection of pieces in each volume, and the inclusion of less well-known works. Both of these collections will be most useful for me and my students as we plan our winter recital.

  3. I’m looking for books for my adult beginner students. Both of these albums will fulfill this admirably

  4. I can think of quite a few of my pupils, adults and children alike, who would benefit from these pieces.

  5. I would love to have those 2 books for my daughter. It is always a fantastic feeling when listen her play piano. I always try to find concert piano songs collection but all I found is too easy or too hard. Please let me be the lucky winner.

  6. These books sound like something I could use with several of my students. Love the cover design as well.

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