Songs include Al Hanism Baruch Shel Chanukah Hanerot Halalu I Have a Little Dreydl Lichvod Hachanukah Maoz Tzur Rock of Ages My Candles and others....
|Title||:||Piano Solos for Kids: Chanukah|
|Publisher||:||Alfred Music July 1, 1998|
|Number of Pages||:||28 pages|
|File Size||:||672 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Piano Solos for Kids: Chanukah Reviews
My 6 year old is just starting to learn piano, and he is just now getting introduced to chords and playing with both hands at the same time. It is always encouraging when a kid can sit at a piano, and instead of playing songs he has never heard (like "Merry Melody" or "Happy Hands"), he can hear a familiar tune come out of the piano that he is playing. This book fills the need perfectly. Most songs involve only 1 hand playing the complex part (it may switch left to right, but no combos), and if both hands are playing, often the left is just playing whole notes. Most of the songs don't use the black keys either. The print is bold and clear, and your child will be tapping out I had a little dreidel, Svivon, and Maoz Tzur in no time. You won't be booking any gigs with these arrangements, but that's not the point. They are ultra-simple, and great to build some confidence. As the child progresses, Al Hanism and Mi Y'malel are both a little more complex (but they are at the back). Recommended and worth the moeny for a child to learn.
I am very pleased with this music scores. My 6 year old daughter enjoys playing them. She knows some of them from her favorite cartoons (Little Einstein's, etc...),