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 Announcement, Latest Piano Sheet Music Round-Up

Welcome to our round-up of some of the most appealing recent publications for piano including a newly-discovered short piano piece by Beethoven; a collection of modern movie songs; a new edition of Chopin's Barcarolle, Op. 60; a collection of early keyboard music from France; an easy piano anthology from Faber; and piano transcriptions of some of John Rutter's most popular choral works. From contemporary pianists to classical composers, anthologies, albums and stand-alone pieces, there is something new for everyone.

Contemporary Piano and Film Sheet Music

A selection of pianist, composer and producer Alexis Ffrench’s most-loved pieces for solo piano. This exclusive folio also includes a specially written preface from Alexis, as well as teaching notes and insight on each piece. Includes pieces from Alexis’ best-selling albums Evolution and Dreamland as well as pieces from his widely-popular back catalogue.

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Manners McDade

Sketches is a collection of acoustic solo piano arrangements of ten pieces selected from Poppy Ackroyd’s first three studio albums. These are Poppy’s own transcriptions of pieces she has played live at concerts for years and which have evolved over time. At the time of recording Sketches, the compositions were not yet notated. When transcribing them, Poppy made the decision to make the scores as faithful as possible to the versions of the album.

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This solo piano sheet music collection, curated by Rachel Portman herself, includes a specially written preface and exclusive artwork throughout. The book features all thirteen tracks from her album ask the river, music inspired by many years of being immersed in nature.

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Sixteen songs from contemporary blockbuster movies arranged for Big Note Piano. Including 'The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy' from Toy Story 4, 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' from Bohemian Rhapsody, the theme from Downton Abbey, 'A Million Dreams' from The Greatest Showman, 'The Place Where Lost Things Go' from Mary Poppins Returns, 'Shallow' from A Star Is Born, 'Speechless' from Aladdin, 'Yesterday', 'Zero' from Ralph Breaks the Internet and more.

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Sixteen piano solo arrangements of Ludwig Göransson compositions as featured in the 2020 addition to the Star Wars franchise – the Disney+ Original series The Mandalorian.

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Piano Anthologies

The Faber Music Easy Piano Anthology is a must-have collection of some of the most popular pieces of music, covering timeless classics, film favourites and chart hits, all expertly arranged for the established beginner pianist. Beautifully presented in progressive order, contents include music by John Lennon, Bach, Adele and Chopin.

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Founded in 1770 by Bernhard Schott in Mainz, the Schott music publishing house celebrates its 250th anniversary this year. In Happy Birthday, Schott Music! top arranger Carsten Gerlitz devotes himself to arranging ten treasures from the Schott programme. He interprets a selection of original works by Wagner, Humperdinck and the like with great care and respect in his unmistakeable, atmospheric lounge style.

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This brand-new series is intended as a guide to the keyboard music of the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries. Each volume contains pieces by composers from one country or region, and includes suggestions for stylistically appropriate performance both on the piano and on period instruments, suggested elaborated versions of some pieces, and a fold-out list of ornamentation signs.

France Volume 2 also available.

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Editions Musica Ferrum

Welcome to Mosaic vol. 2. An exciting set of graded volumes of original piano music written by thirteen award winning composers from around the world, designed to provide an exciting and diverse collection of music for the developing pianist from pre-grade 1 to grade 8. The different composers have brought a unique colourful style to each of their pieces: together they form a picture of some of the most original and vibrant educational pieces available, drawn from their wide experience as teachers.

Mosaic volume 1 also available.

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Editions Musica Ferrum

Elwira Pawlikowska, Piero Pierini and William Chajin illustrated three sketches each based on the theme of Beauty & Hope in the 21st Century and each composer picked one sketch to use and compose works for solo piano. This collection comes in a beautiful score with all the illustrations included, heavy off white paper, ageless and sturdy binding.

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Dover Publications

These easy-to-intermediate piano duets are adapted from the works of Dvorák, Ravel, Schubert, and other great composers, offering exercises that promote rhythmic steadiness and cultivate sight-reading skills. Featured pieces include Schubert's Variations on a French Song; Dvorák's Slavonic Dances, Op. 72; La valse by Ravel; highlights from Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring; Mendelssohn's Allegro brillante, Op. 92; and many other popular selections from the classical repertoire.

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Piano Music to Celebrate Beethoven's 250th Anniversary

Henle continues its series of Beethoven's piano sonatas stemming from the collaboration between Beethoven specialist Norbert Gertsch and star pianist Murray Perahia. As no autograph manuscript has survived, the first edition of the three sonatas op. 10, published in Vienna in 1798, forms the sole basis for this revised Urtext edition.

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Beethoven: Ländlerischer Tanz for piano

Wiener Urtext Just in time for Beethoven's 250th birthday, this previously-unknown piano piece has been found in the Austrian National Library in Vienna. It was recorded on two pages in a collection of sketches dating from the years 1790-1792. The sixteen-bar piece bears the musical character of a Ländler and has therefore been titled Ländlerischer Tanz.

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The new edition has now been published separately following the revised edition of all Beethoven's piano sonatas published in 2018/19. The critical report (in German and English) explains the importance of the sources and the editorial decisions, while the trilingual preface provides historical background information.

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This collection of Beethoven's five piano concertos gives pianists the opportunity to play along with professionally-recorded orchestral accompaniments, making it a valuable resource for concerto performance preparation.

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Classical Piano Sheet Music

This edition presents new results from the often contradictory sources, especially regarding problematic passages. Chopin’s pedal indications are added in small print. The preface also offers in-depth advice on central questions of performance practice, including cantilena style, rubato and pedal use.

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After the frequently performed version for four hands, this atmospheric and very romantic piece from the Art of Piano series is now published in an edition for two hands – and was just newly recorded on the Warner CD Say plays Say.

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Fazil Say's Fair-haired bride, op. 66 no. 2 for solo piano.

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Oxford University Press

A collection of piano transcriptions, made by the composer himself, of eight of his best-loved choral pieces, from early classics such as The Lord bless you and keep you to recent gems like A flower remembered.

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Editions Musica Ferrum

This work, by British composer Alison Mathews, was inspired by the names of precious (or not so precious) gemstones. Seventeen works for solo piano, can be found inside the score, composed with great attention to detail and the educational value of each and every one of them.

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