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Grand Trios for Piano Thursday, January 17, 2013

00-37322Some types of piano music are  difficult to find. One piano, six hands is one of those catagories.   Trio playing is fun and exciting.  It helps develop a sense of rhythm, ensemble, and camraderie among students.  As students mature, they are probably going to be asked to be accompanists for soloists or choirs.  Having some ensemble experience from the beginning helps them quickly adapt to that role. Melody Bober has composed six collections of piano ensemble music, called Grand Trios for Piano for one piano, six hands,  ranging in difficulty from early elementary to late intermediate.  Each book includes four trios. The trios have been written in in a variety of styles, meters and tempos  to keep playing interesting. Melody Bober has over 25 years of experience teaching piano students of all levels, and continues to play and compose new music for students. For more information concerning these collections of sheet music, or other music you may be interested in, please call us at 1-800-42-MUSIC, email us at keyboard@stantons.com, or visit our website, www.stantons.com

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