• The Ghost in the Fireplace (Kullak)

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    Kullak’s “The Ghost in the Fireplace” (or “The Ghost Up the Chimney”) is a fun Halloween-time piece. This newly edited edition is ideal for early intermediate or very late beginner students and evolves through several musical themes, including repeating spooky chromatic passages, a waltz-like middle section, and sad lonely harmonic sixths. Great choice for a fall piano recital piece.

    All Original Classics are historic works, reformatted and edited for readability and accessibility for today’s pianists.

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  • Ballade (Burgmüller)

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    Burgmüller’s “Ballade” is a popular piece with interesting contrasting musical themes. This newly revised edition is ideal for early intermediate students and develops musical interpretation skills as well as finger technique (especially for the left hand). Because of its mysterious minor introduction and ending, it’s a great choice for a Halloween or fall piano recital piece.

    All Original Classics are historic works, reformatted and edited for readability and accessibility for today’s pianists.

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  • Here Comes the Bride (Bridal Chorus)

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    “Here Comes the Bride”, “Bridal Chorus”, “Wedding March” — by whatever name it is known, this beloved classical melody is familiar to all and instantly transports the listener to a wedding scene. This arrangement is written simply and traditionally for late beginner piano in C Major. The RH melody is accompanied by Left Hand primary chords and occasional simple harmonies that are perfect for a performance or even a special event. This arrangement was originally written for a student to perform at his parents’ vow renewal ceremony.

    The Single-User License includes the traditional dotted rhythms. The Studio License comes with a second version in which the dotted rhythms have been replaced with ties; this version sounds the same as the first when played, but presents another way to read for those who prefer ties over dotted rhythms. 

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  • Can-Can (Offenbach)

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    The famous Can-Can music comes from Offenbach’s opera “Orpheus in the Underworld”, from which the selection “Galop Infernal” was adopted by Paris cabarets for their can-can dances. This intermediate level arrangement contains not only the main theme, but represents the full range of themes from this dramatic opera number. Filled with exciting articulations, bold dynamics, and more, this lively arrangement is the perfect crowd pleaser and performs excellently as a well-known early intermediate piano recital choice.

    BONUS: Because the largest harmonic interval is a Major 6th, pianists with small hands can easy play this without sacrificing musicality or altering chords. (LH octaves at the end are optional.)

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  • Carnival of the Animals Finale Beginner Piano Sheet Music

    Carnival of the Animals Finale (Beginner)

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    Worried that others wouldn’t take him seriously, Saint-Saëns requested this entire humorous suite be published only after his death. This arrangement of the suite’s finale gives early beginner pianists a taste of how dramatic, crazy, and fun classical music really can be.

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  • Ode to Joy Beginner Piano Sheet Music

    Ode to Joy

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    Very few people haven’t heard this classical Beethoven theme (incredibly, composed after he had lost his hearing). This arrangement combines the marvelously simple stepwise melody with dynamics, a black key crossover, and triumphant harmonic thirds to allow beginner pianists to experience the grandeur of this masterful composer’s music.

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  • Old German Dance Piano Sheet Music

    Old German Dance

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    This early level baroque piece is filled with stately call-and-response and lends itself well to interpretation with phrasing, dynamics, and articulations. I have included these interpretations in this edition and frequently use this piece to teach students how to transpose using various pentascales.

    * Music is in its original form with minor editorial changes.

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