First 50 Disney Songs You Should Play On The Piano
  • First 50 Disney Songs You Should Play On The Piano
  • First 50 Disney Songs You Should Play On The Piano
  • First 50 Disney Songs You Should Play On The Piano
  • First 50 Disney Songs You Should Play On The Piano
ISBN: 1540025756
EAN13: 9781540025753
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 1, 2018
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 0.6299213" H x 11.92913" L x 9.055118" W
Weight: 1.536622 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

(Easy Piano Songbook). 50 simply arranged, must-know Disney favorites in easy piano notation are included: Beauty and the Beast * Can You Feel the Love Tonight * Do You Want to Build a Snowman? * Evermore * Friend like Me * Go the Distance * Heigh-Ho * How Far I'll Go * I See the Light * Kiss the Girl * Lava * Mickey Mouse March * Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz) * A Spoonful of Sugar * When You Wish upon a Star * You've Got a Friend in Me * Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah * and more.

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   Good Book for Intermediates
This book arrived earlier than expected and was in great condition. It is challenging music for my intermediate piano player. However, because they know the songs well, they will work to get them correct. The seller included a name tag sticker for the book, which was a nice touch.
   Incorrect Notes
There is a good selection of songs, but know that there are incorrect notes. The sharp sign is missing on several of the songs, so I had to write it in. The binding also came separated.
Since I was a kid, I played piano, but I was self-taught and never well learned to read sheet music. Recently I learned how to read sheet music and read it, and this book was very helpful! It has helped me to stay motivated with arrangements of songs that are very true to the originals. They are relatively easy and somewhat confounding.
   Easy to View
I am new to keyboarding. I don 't know yet how to play, I am learning just to recognize the notes, but it was fun to play the melodies. I would recommend this as a good songbook for new musicians like myself. The scores looks easy enough that I think I could play the songs once I became more proficient.
   Great as a refresher
I played as a teenager and since then have dabbled. I can pretty well pick these songs up. If you are intermediate, you will probably want something more challenging, but I enjoy this book.
   Pros: Good variety of songs. Cons: Poor arrangements.
In the process of simplifying the songs, however, they lost some of the familiarity. Songs that you could typically sing or hum along to have been transposed into keys that make this impossible. I love having the book because it gives my piano students more song options, but I have yet to be truly satisfied with any arrangements.
   An exciting Disney book for my Piano students.
I bought this for one of my pedagogical students and, after sharing it with other students, I'll have to get several others copies. This is the best Disney Book I have ever found for Level 1 students. However, some of the songs are a little more difficult, and the challenge will be there for them as they progress. They love diversity and I am all for anything that keeps them excited about practicing after their basic lesson is completed.