Play It Again: A New Piano Book Aimed at Returning Players

Did you used to play the piano? Would you like to play again? Aimed at returning players who have spent some time away from the keyboard, Play It Again: Piano by Melanie Spanswick gives you the confidence to revisit this fulfilling pastime and go beyond what you previously thought you could achieve. This book is designed to get your fingers speeding comfortably across the keys once again.

Book 1 is arranged in four progressive sections moving from elementary to intermediate. This course starts with simple and elegant miniatures and concludes with the famously showy Prelude in C-sharp minor by Rachmaninoff. Book 1 is accompanied by two full pages of easy to understand practice tips. Baroque, Classical and Romantic works sit alongside Jazz, Ragtime, contemporary or traditional pieces at every level, so each lesson brings something different and you’ll learn to play in a range of styles.

Watch these tutorial videos of Melanie as she takes you through some techniques used in the book.

 

Book 2 is coming soon to Sheet Music Plus!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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