We invite you to explore our unsurpassed catalogue of keyboard music, ranging from classic repertoire by virtuoso pianist composers such as Rachmaninoff, Bartók and Prokofieff, to the latest educational music including the acclaimed Microjazz series by Christopher Norton.
Bartók wrote extensively for piano, from his Mikrokosmos books developing the skills of piano students, to his three concertos which are favourites with star pianists around the world. Mikrokosmos 153 pieces in six volumes For Children Hungarian and Slovakian tunes for beginner pianists Piano Concerto No.3 solo part with piano reduction
Russian composer Dmitry Kabalevsky had a gift for creating piano music for all levels of ability, from children to concert pianists. 30 Children's Pieces Classic repertoire in a new edition with teaching notes Easy Piano Compositions A classic collection of beginner's pieces Piano Sonatas 1-3 in the Russian Piano Classics series
Prokofieff's keyboard style ranges from spiky humour, through characteristic Russian melody, to the virtuoso brilliance of his sonatas and concerti. Visions Fugitives The classic collection of piano miniatures Musique d'Enfants A range of pieces suitable for young pianists Piano Sonata No.6 The most performed of his nine sonatas
The last of the great Romantic pianists, whose music is loved and performed all over the world. Preludes The composer's most celebrated collection of piano music Piano Compositions vol.2 including the Corelli Variations Play Rachmaninoff Greatest hits, arranged for the intermediate pianist
The Simrock Edition, published by Boosey & Hawkes, includes many 19th century favourites. Keyboard works by Brahms include the Waltzes, Rhapsodies, Intermezzi, Ballades and the Handel and Haydn Variations. Music by Dvorak includes the Humoresques, Waltzes and transcriptionis of the popular Slavonic Dances. The edition also includes pianos works by Tchaikovsky and Bruch.
by Christopher Norton Using contemporary styles such as jazz, blues, rock 'n' roll and funk, Microjazz helps you develop musicianship and technique through the familiar sounds of popular music. It is this unique combination of modern genres with traditional technique that has made Microjazz an international success with teachers and players, and one of the most widely used educational series ever published. New technology adds an exciting interactive dimension to practice and performance. A 3.5" standard midi file disk is available for many of the Microjazz books, providing high quality orchestrations.
by Christopher Norton A new playalong concept by Christopher Norton, the creator of Microjazz. Easy solo pieces in pop styles with start-of-the-art CD accompaniments. Play the solo piece "straight" or add the backing tracks and enter a whole new world of sound. Students will learn all about technique - rhythm, co-ordination and listening, but they'll be having so much fun, they won't know they're doing it!
by Christopher Norton Improvisation can seem daunting to classically-trained musicians, who can feel lost without written music to follow. Many people have always wanted to improvise, or find that they have to teach it, but are unsure how to start. Christopher Norton's Easiest Way to Improvise promises a new and truly easy approach! Designed for teachers and players who have little or no confidence in improvisation, it reveals the "magic move" that will really transform your "doodlings" into fully fledged performances. Its user-friendly format combines a practical workbook and a fabulous CD resource.
33 Pieces by 23 Composers including Bernstein, Britten, Copland and Stravinsky. New repertoire by Carter and Kats-Chernin and unpublished works by Górecki and Argento. Ideal for advanced grade and conservatoire players.