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After Hours Jazz 3 (Piano Solo)

Pam Wedgwood

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After Hours Jazz 3 is a further collection of original pieces as well as arrangements of your favourite jazz standards by Pam Wedgwood for the Grade 4-6 pianist.  Relax with the lush harmonies and laid-back melodies of many well-known pieces as well as some great original repertoire.

Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 057153631X

Item Code: 057153631X

Price: £8.99
Availability:In stock Territory restrictions apply, see Add. Info

Genre(s): Jazz

Language: English

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Grade(s): Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6

Series: After Hours

Territories: Item available in Europe

Instruments:
  • Piano
Contents:
  1. A Fine Romance (Kern/Fields)
  2. Charlie (Wedgwood)
  3. Cry Me A River (Hamilton)
  4. Fascinating Rhythm (Gershwin)
  5. Good As Gold (Wedgwood)
  6. Here’s That Rainy Day (Burke/Van Heusen)
  7. It Ain’t Necessarily So (Gershwin/ Heyward)
  8. Love Is Here To Stay (Gershwin)
  9. Night And Day (Porter)
  10. The Shadow Of Your Smile (Mandel/Webster)
  11. Split That Apple (Wedgwood)
  12. Summertime (Gershwin/Heyward)
  13. Take The A Train (Strayhorn)

Pam is a prolific composer for young instrumentalists and has a knack of creating tunes students just love to play and teachers love to teach! Her catchy tunes are so well written for each instrument and they are presented in eye catching books that students and teachers both really enjoy them.

This latest book is the third in a series of piano solo books called After Hours Jazz, which alongside arrangements of favourite jazz standards by Pam Wedgwood. It is suitable for the Grade 4-6 Pianist and would provide interest for senior school students as well as adults who were learning later in life.

Ensemble Magazine,  Spring 2012

For solos piano, this book features a lot of well-known jazz standards from Gershwin (It Ain’t Necessarily So, Fascinating Rhythm, Summertime) and other popular tunes, such as A Fine Romance and Cole Porte’s Night and Day. All together now – niiiiice.

MiPro Magazine, November 2011