Weekend Competition: Composer’s Choice Series

Friday seems to present itself on an increasingly quicker basis! The weekend competition today features two books by American composer Glenda Austin. They come from the Composer’s Choice series, published by The Willis Music Company. Glenda is in demand as a composer and teacher, and she frequently presents workshops for conventions and teaching organizations all…

Friday Competition and Workshop by Pamela Wedgwood

The weekend competition today features a volume by one of the most popular Contemporary pedagogical piano composers, Pamela Wedgwood. Pamela has written a substantial amount of piano music at all different levels, with many pieces included in various exam board syllabus’ and festival classes across the world. Those familiar with her style will know Jazzin’…

Friday competition: back by popular demand!

Last week’s Friday competition featured Lucinda Mackworth -Young’s new book, Piano by ear, which is designed to help pianists learn to improvise and accompany songs. The competition proved extremely popular, and many of you asked for another chance to win this useful book. Your wish is my command! Faber have very kindly provided a second…

Friday Competition: Improve Your Theory! Grades 3, 4, & 5

This is the second competition featuring Faber Music’s Improve Your Theory! books, written by expert educator Paul Harris. I know many of you enjoy these competitions, and If you recently entered for the Grades 1 & 2 competition, you’ll be pleased to hear this weekend you have a chance to win Grades 3, 4 & 5;…

Friday Competition: Improve Your Theory!

A Friday often denotes a competition here on my blog, and today is no exception! There are two prizes, and therefore two lucky winners. You will probably be aware of Paul Harris’ very popular series, Improve Your Theory! At present, there are five books in this series (Grades 1 – 5), and they have all…

Friday Freebie and Competition!

Today’s competition offers the chance to win a signed copy of Digressions. If you read this blog regularly, you’ll know I often hold competitions and I’ve blogged about my new pieces a fair amount already! If you would like to know even more about them you can click here. Digressions consist of 5 short piano pieces intended…