Archive of Featured Songs
|08 Oct 2012||Skyfall|
|19 Jan 2012||A Thousand Years (Christina Perri)|
|19 Jan 2012||A Thousand Years (Sting)|
|08 Aug 2008||Wake Me Up When September Ends||This is a solo piano arrangement of one of Green Day's biggest hits: Wake Me Up When September Ends.|
|08 Jul 2008||Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)||This is a solo piano arrangement of one of Green Day's biggest hits: Good Riddance (Time of your Life).|
|07 Feb 2008||Nessun Dorma||This is the Level 3.5 piano arrangement of the tune Nessun Dorma, which was made famous by The Three Tenors (Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti). We also have a video performance of this particular arrangement.|
|23 Jan 2008||Spring - The Four Seasons (1st Movement, Opus 8)||This is the sound recording of Level 3.5 of Spring from The Four Seasons. Level 3.5 features the entire first movement, whereas most other sheet music arrangements available are abridged versions.
|23 Jan 2008||Mango Walk||This is a very jazzy arrangement (Level 3.5) of the Carribean folk tune Mango Walk. The arrangement is broadly based on a version by the pianist Monty Alexander.
|23 Jan 2008||Bolero||This is a piano version (Level 3.5) of the orchestral piece Bolero by Maurice Ravel. Many will associate this piece with the ice scaters Torvill and Dean, who famously won the Olympic gold medal for their performance to this tune.|
|18 Dec 2007||Silent Night||This is a wonderfully atmospheric jazz version of Silent Night.|
|17 Oct 2007||O Come, All Ye Faithful||The arrangement of O Come, All Ye faithful featured here is for string quartet. It features a descant part for the first violin, as can often be found in choral versions of this Christmas carol.|
|17 Oct 2007||God Rest You Merry Gentlemen||This is a very atmospheric version of the Christmas Carol God Rest You Merry Gentlemen, arranged for string quartet.|
|10 Oct 2007||In The Bleak Midwinter||This string quartet arrangement of In The Bleak Midwinter features two different versions of the melody (including a different harmonisation).|
|09 Oct 2007||Once In Royal David's City||This string quartet arrangement of Once In Royal David's City includes three choruses of the tune. The textures change with each version, with the final one including a choir-inspired descant in the first Violin.|
|04 Jul 2007||The Lord's My Shepherd (Psalm 23 - Crimond)||
This string quartet arrangement of The Lord's My Shepherd uses a delayed entry for each part. Each instrument therefore carries the main melody at one point in time.
|31 May 2007||The Swan - The Carnival of the Animals||
The Swan was originally written for two pianos and cello. We offer various other arrangements besides the original version featured here.
|14 May 2007||Amelie Poulain Meets Frere Jacques||This is a very unusual, yet atmospheric arrangement (level 3.5) of the French Folk tune Frere Jacques. My inspiration was the piano Music of Yann Tiersen for the movie Amelie.|
|14 May 2007||Frère Jacques||This is a very unusual, yet atmospheric arrangement (level 3.5) of the French Folk tune Frere Jacques. My inspiration was the piano Music of Yann Tiersen for the movie Amelie.|
|06 Apr 2007||Amazing Grace||This version of Amazing Grace is written in a jazz ballad style, making full use of typical jazzy reharmonisations. Make sure to play this with a relaxed beat, giving the harmony enough room to "breathe".|
|13 Mar 2007||Jerry Lee Lewis's Boogie||Want to play Rock'n'Roll piano like Jerry Lee Lewis (a.k.a. The Killer) - then look no further.|
|07 Feb 2007||The Star-Spangled Banner||This is a string orchestra arrangement of the national anthem of the USA, The Star-Spangled Banner. This track will also be a useful guide-track for those interested in the string quartet arrangement, as they are virtually identical.|
|16 Jan 2007||O Mio Babbino Caro||
O Mio Babbino Caro is one of the most beautiful operatic arias. Having featured in many films, the piece is instantly recognisable, although most people will not know it by title.
|16 Jan 2007||Promenade (Pictures at an Exhibition)||
Promenade is easily the most famous melody ever written by the Russian composer Modeste Mussorgsky. This piece goes through no fewer than three different time signatures, using 3/4, 5/6 and 6/4, but at the same time you would never guess this whilst listening to it.
|29 Nov 2006||The Holly And The Ivy||
This string quartet arrangement of The Holly And The Ivy features many of the different textures that can be found in a string quartet. Cellists will enjoy this arrangement as there is a cello solo.
|26 Aug 2006||African Skies||This is a bright Jazz number reminiscient of the work of the South African Jazz pianist and composer Abdullah Ibrahim.|
|26 Aug 2006||Kaleidoscope Eyes||Kaleidoscope Eyes is a piece that is reminiscent of the music of the film Amelie.|
|01 Jun 2006||Skye Boat Song||
This arrangement has a flowing left hand which gives this piece a very
bright feeling. You can imagine being on a journey, traversing an ocean maybe.
|01 May 2006||Velo||A jazzy piece that takes you back to the eighties with its references to the hit TV shows Hill Street Blues and Taxi. Written and performed by Lincoln Jaeger.|