Hans-Günter Heumann: Piano Gefällt Mir! - Book 5 (Spiral-Bound)

Buch | Klavier

Verlag: Bosworth
Format: Noten | Album-Songbuch

The bestselling series Piano Gefällt Mir! continues with Book 5, featuring 50 more hits from the charts and blockbuster movies, arranged brilliantly for Piano by Hans-Günter Heumann. This edition is spiral-bound so will sit perfectly on a music stand.

Including a huge number of hits from some of today's top performers, this is the ideal songbook for beginners to learn some popular songs straight from the charts and movies. Featuring FourFiveSeconds by Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney, All About That Bass from Meghan Trainor and the instant pop-classic Photograph by Ed Sheeran, Heumann's arrangements are perfect for beginners, those re-learning the Piano, or even advanced players looking to expand their repertoire or practise sight-reading.
The sheer range of songs in Piano Gefällt Mir! means that there really is something for everyone. Well-known songs from new and recent films are also included in this songbook, such as See You Again from 'Fast And Furious 7', Love Me Like You Do from 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' and Yann Tiersen's wonderful theme Watching Lara from 'Goodbye Lenin!' Each song in this fantastic volume features chord symbols, lyrics and useful fingering suggestions, ensuring you can learn to play these songs as quickly as possible.
With Hans-Günter Heumann's Piano Gefällt Mir!, pianists of all ages and abilities can benefit from the diversity of popular songs and the expert arrangements on offer.
ISBN: 9783865439000
Skill Level: Leicht Explain this
Veröffentlicht am: 21 Oktober 2015
Seitenzahl: 240
Sprache: Deutsch
Katalognr.: BOE7794

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