There’s nothing better than having a community of friends! I’ve enjoyed sharing my piano teaching successes and challenges with you this year! To say thank-you for reading and following my blog, I’d like to give you a special gift, reserved just for my followers!
Many of you know that besides being a piano teacher and blogger, I compose and publish music. To celebrate the first year of my Piano at Play blog, I’d like to give you some of my music!
How to get your FREE gift!
- Follow my blog. (On the side menu, follow by email or WordPress.)
- Go to my contact page (here’s the link) and let me know which gift you want. You get to pick!
Choice #1 Jingle Bell Swing eSheet
Late Elementary, Grade/Level 2. This is a jazzy take on Jingle Bells with repeated riffs and fun syncopations. Can be learned by rote and note! From the piano collection Old MacDonald had the Blues.
Choice #2 The Sunny Side of Me eSheet
Elementary, Level 1. Suitable for kids, teens and adult students! With just a few ordinary solid and broken chords, jazz magic happens! Easy-to-read, easy to play and sounds sophisticated. Unreleased until now.
New Elementary piano collection coming in January!
- A piece inspired by Yiruma’s River Flows in You
- More popular styles!
When you contact me for your free gift, let me know if you’re interested in being notified when my newest publication is available!
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I appreciate shares, comments and likes. Happy teaching!
Video of the week
Jolly Pachelbel: Jolly Old Saint Nicholas and Pachelbel’s Canon arranged together, Pre-staff and early staff options (Elementary), and teacher duet (Intermediate). A recital showstopper that brightens the season!