Milton Keynes Piano Lessons

Repertoire: Intermediate

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INTERMEDIATE sheet music is around UK Grade 3-6 level.

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Spotlight Selection:

I have reviewed a bumper selection of great music for the intermediate players  – so let’s start with the original repertoire, followed by a section for more jazzy publications:

Elena Kats-Chernin: Unsent Love Letters

Unsent Love Letters

“In short, the music throughout this collection is hauntingly beautiful. These aren’t simply pieces which I will enjoy listening to and teaching in the coming months – this is music which I anticipate loving and playing for the rest of my life. Unsent Love Letters is a truly extraordinary achievement.”

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Barbara Arens: Rendezvous with Midnight

Rendezvouz at Midnight cover

“Rendezvous with Midnight is, quite simply, a fabulous collection of pieces. I would rate it as the best of Barbara’s works that I have encountered so far, and a significant addition to the intermediate piano repertoire.”

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Robert Schumann: Ahnung


“The piece is quite simply a joy to play – and would suit any player at around ABRSM Grade 4 level.”

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At the Piano: Mozart

Mozart At the Piano Henle Verlag cover

“All told then, this is probably the easiest recommendation I have ever given here. Mozart At the Piano is simply brilliant.”

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Christian Hartmann: Two Pieces


“I love these two little pieces, and I am sure many intermediate players will enjoy them equally. Warmly recommended!”

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June Armstrong: Stars

June Armstrong Stars

“I thoroughly enjoyed all of these pieces, and in an increasingly crowded field of good piano music they stand out as a hugely worthwhile and imaginative addition to the intermediate pianist’s repertoire.”

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My First Beethoven

My first Beethoven

“As with the previous books in this superb series, ‘My First Beethoven’ exactly hits the spot it is aiming for. Child-friendly without being childish, this excellent and inspiring selection of Beethoven’s easier piano pieces deserves a place on every pianist and student’s library.”

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Relax Piano Library

Enjoy Piano Milton Keynes

“These books brilliantly hit their target. They provide a huge range or wonderful music, and the selection of pieces included is near perfect.”

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Jazzin’ Spotlight

Tim Richards: Blues, Boogie & Gospel Collection


“Tim Richards Blues, Boogie and Gospel Collection proves itself not simply as the best “jazz piano” publication of the year, but probably the best of the decade so far.”

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Mike Cornick’s Six Jazz Piano Solos


“Speaking as an enthusiast of Mike’s previous writing, I would say that, without reservation, his Six Jazz Piano Solos comfortably live up to my high expectations – and other fans of Mike’s work are unlikely to be disappointed!”

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Martha Mier: Jazz Suite in Color


“Martha Mier’s Jazz Suite in Color is an easy recommendation!”

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Wynn-Anne Rossi: Jazzin’ Americana


“Jazzin’ Americana is a great series, and I very warmly recommend it.”

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“La La Land” Piano Collections

Selections from La La Land sheet music

“Fully deserving of its two Oscars, the music from La La Land is packed with catchy tunes, adroit craftsmanship, and expert pacing.”

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