Category Archives: Music

Music

Two New Student Classics

Happy New Year!

We’re starting off 2019 with two level 4 Student Classics:  “Prelude in C” by J.S. Bach and “Sonatina in G” by Thomas Attwood.   In our Student Classic section we offer many pieces (levels 1 to 6) in their original form, making them perfect for recitals and competitions.

 

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“Russian Sleigh Ride”, “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies”, and more!

Dear Teachers,

The new items for November are on our site!

“Russian Sleigh Ride”- a late-intermediate piano solo.

“Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies” – Tchaikovsky’s haunting piece, arranged for intermediate duet.

Keyboard to Note – a level one theory sheet.

These items are ready to download and print at PianoMorning.com!

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New items posted!

Dear Subscribers,

The new items are on at PianoMorning.com!

Candy Corn Keyboards – a primer worksheet for those teaching days before Halloween

Chromatic Passages – a level 7 composing worksheet

The Magic Slippers – an intermediate piano solo

Visit us at PianoMorning.com to download and print the new items!

 

Preparing for Christmas Recitals?  Check out our Christmas music too!  You’ll find solos, duets, and ensembles at all levels.

 

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September’s here!

September has arrived, and so have the new items for this month!

New Solo:  In the Cave of the Dwarfs

This early intermediate piece is perfect for upcoming Halloween Recitals.

Level 4 Student Classic – Progress by Burgmuller (Romantic Era)

 

Previous items posted:

Over the summer we announced the debut of our first lesson book – an introduction to middle C position for new beginners.  The teacher’s accompaniment book followed, with the melody written in each accompaniment, helping students to keep a steady rhythm as they learned each new piece.

 

One more item of interest:

Teachers wishing to try out our PianoMorningStore.com site can get a free month’s access just by purchasing the ebook “Band Camp on the Eleventh Planet” ($2.99 at Barnes & Noble, 3.99 at Amazon, Books & Things, and Deseret Book – details on PianoMorningStore’s homepage).

The same great items are offered there, only in a store, allowing teachers to send any music or theory/technic sheets directly to their student’s email addresses for them to download and print. (Saves a bit on printing ink!)

 

Best wishes to all you wonderful teachers as you begin a new year teaching piano!