A must for every serious pianist's music shelf, perhaps the greatest works for piano ever written.

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ABRSM edition of vol.2 of J.S.Bach's "The Well-Tempered Clavier", BWV 846-869 , ed. Richard Jones. A must for every serious...

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Twelve Polonaises by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710-84), son of Johann Sebastian, ed. Richard Jones, published as part of ABRSM's 'Signature' Series,...

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Samuel Barber's famous Adagio op.11, originally written for strings in 1939, arranged for solo piano by Lawrence Rosen, c. Grade 5-6 level: Schirmer...

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The early music specialist / harpsichordist Robin Bigwood presents the first in a series of 4 volumes dedicated to keyboard music from the Baroque...

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A collection of 55 easy pieces of keyboard music from the period 1600 - 1750, offering a fairly representative selection of the forms, styles and...

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38 intermediate keyboard pieces from the Baroque era. ABRSM, ed. Richard Jones, 1991. Set for ABRSM Examinations 2015 onwards Harpsichord Grade 4...

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13 higher-level keyboard pieces from the Baroque era, 1600-1750. ABRSM, ed. Richard Jones, 1991. Set for ABRSM Examinations 2019-20 Piano Grade 8...

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"Get it Together!" brings Carol Barratt's original boogies, rags & blues from her famous Chester's piano series together in one essential collection...

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A collection of favourite pieces selected from Carol Barratt's much-loved Chester's Easiest Piano series. Containing a wide variety of styles from...

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EMB edition, ed. Peter Bartók, 1998. Higher level players. NB worn cover, so reduced from RRP of £9.95 - contents not affected.

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In a note for the planned first edition of his Hungarian Peasant Songs in 1914, Bartók wrote that “the melodies published here are folksongs in the...

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