Rock This Town
Music that sparks joy and excitement!
- Elementary to Late Elementary piano (Prep B to Level 1)
- 11 Original piano works inspired by popular styles
- Rock and roll, jazz, blues, expressive pop piano
- 6 Piano solos
- 4 Solos with optional teacher duets
- 1 Elementary duet (1P4H)
You will enjoy the melodies with the fun duets! Music that girl and boy students will love!
Rock this Town is the Elementary book of the Rock Collection Series, a stepping stone between Rock the Boat (Early Elementary) and Rock that Train (Late Elementary to Early Intermediate).
In this volume, Preparatory and Level 1 piano students get to play current music that dances and sings! With piano solos, solos with optional duets, and a spattering of lyrics and illustrations, this book makes the transition to more mature-sounding music, while remaining simple in rhythm and key. The duet ‘Black Tie Showdown’ is a new key pattern showstopper.
“[You] will find pieces that will encourage exploration of the entire keyboard, chromatic passages, different time signatures, key centres, varying rhythm combinations and time signatures. You will also find opportunities for rote learning….The pieces in Rock This Town will set up much conversation, imagery, creativity and fun!” ~ Jennifer Foxx, Music Educator Resources blog
Shipping within Canada. $4 per title (tax included)
Shipping to US. $6 per title (tax included)
Oversized exceptions: $5 CA/$11 US per title (tax included)
These include: Ireland’s Most Beautiful Ancient Airs, Enchanted World, Studies in Poetry Vols. 2, 3 & 5, 24 Preludes for Solo Piano, Searching the Painted Sky Opera, Sixty Fingers and Rhythm Practice.
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