Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Survey: Still Need YOUR Top 5 Elementary Piano Solos...

As a brief aside to the last post, Survey: Your Top 5 Elementary Piano Solos of All Time, I should have mentioned that I am collecting this information as a precursor to a fun project that I am working on, which will culminate with some giveaways of that project!

Trust me, you do not want to miss out on this! To participate, please leave a comment below this post, or the previous one, listing YOUR 5 favorite elementary piano solos of all time, from the "traditional" repertoire and/or the "pedagogical" repertoire.

As soon as the project is ready, two names will be drawn from the list of those of you who comment, and the giveaway will be yours!

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Survey: Your Top 5 Elementary Piano Solos of All Time

The past few weeks have been exceptionally busy as I have already been preparing for the start of another wonderful year of teaching. As I have scoured my music collection searching for the perfect materials for each student for this new year, choosing tried-and-true favorites as well as offering new selections to my students, I began to wonder what YOUR favorite piano pieces are: those favorites that suit so many students, that are a blast to perform, that you and your students love, that audiences love to hear, and that, at least for the foreseeable future, will be a staple in your library of student repertoire.

To offer your top 5 elementary piano solos (traditional  repertoire, pedagogical pieces by composers such as Alexander, Bober, etc.), please leave a comment below. Thanks, and check back often to see what others have shared!