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Anyone teach or play the piano? Dd wants some sheet 'pop' music to play..

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CardigansForWinners Mon 01-Jun-15 19:16:09

I have no idea where to start looking! She's Grade 3 level and has enjoyed playing ad ruddy nauseam one of Adele's songs and a 'Let it go' from Frozen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

morethanpotatoprints Mon 01-Jun-15 19:19:51

hello cardigan.

we get alsorts of different music from ebay, direct from publishers, online shops, local music shop.
You can order anything you like really.
the problem is price, it can be expensive.
investing in a good book will keep her going for ages rather than buying individual copies.
you can download from various sites too. We have used musicroom and music notes, recently.

SandStorm Mon 01-Jun-15 19:24:20

Try this one for free downloads. I haven't used it myself but it looks fairly easy to use.

CardigansForWinners Tue 02-Jun-15 05:41:04

Thanks! I'll look into those suggestions flowers

Ferguson Tue 09-Jun-15 23:09:51

Do you have an acoustic piano, or a digital piano? And more importantly, does she have access to an electronic keyboard?

The trouble with modern 'pop' music is that the tune, if there is one at all, is of minimal importance, and so much of the 'music' is in the backing, effects, vocals, backing singers etc.

How old is she, what Yr group is she in, and besides Adele and Frozen, what other sorts of music does she like BEST? Then what does she QUITE like, and what music does she 'tolerate' even though it's not really her favourite?

Ferguson Thu 11-Jun-15 23:23:23

Answer my queries and I'll try to tell you more.

Wellthatsit Thu 11-Jun-15 23:28:09

musicnotes.com has lots of options, including different arrangements depending on level of difficulty. If you download the app, you also get a digital copy to read off your tablet

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