Item description for What Can I Play on Sunday? Book 1; January & February Services; Late Intermediate Piano by Cindy Berry...
Overview Arranged for late intermediate piano, the first book in Alfred's What Can I Play On Sunday? series features pieces for January and February services.
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Studio: Alfred Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 12" Width: 8.92" Height: 0.12" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Alfred Publishing Company
ISBN 0739041436 ISBN13 9780739041437
Availability 0 units.
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Just what I've been looking for!!! Mar 18, 2009
I have been playing for church for over 50 years ( I am 82 and STILL playing). Cindy Berry's arrangements are the best I have ever seen and played! I recommend her "What Can I Play" series as well as "Song of Promise" "Two Minute Offertories" and "Hymns with a Classical Touch" to any church pianist. Her arrangements are playable, yet plenty challenging. I receive many favorable comments when I play her music and I always give credit to Cindy Berry!! Can you tell I am a fan?
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Cindy Berry Does It Again! Sep 23, 2008
As a pianist, I am a big fan of Cindy Berry. She seems to know the right balance between challenging and showy. I often have to play last minute offertories at my church (and I mean finding out just a few minutes before the service) so this series is perfect for someone like me. There are six books according to the seasons and holidays. There are many good hymns that are arranged in such a way as to be playable without being boring. I am much indebted to Mrs. Berry for the great arrangements that I have been able to depend on in a pinch. I highly recommend this to church pianists that have to play a lot of piano solos!