Item description for Hymn Medleys: Classic Songs of Faith - Piano Solo (Th Phillip Keveren Series) by Phillip Keveren...
Overview Skillfully arranged by Philip Keveren, this collection of hymn medleys seamlessly blends beloved traditional, grouped in eight different themes. Solo piano.
Publishers Description Great medleys resonate with the human spirit, as do the truths in these moving hymns. Here Phillip Keveren combines 24 timeless favorites into eight lovely medleys for solo piano.
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Studio: Hal Leonard
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.86" Width: 9.02" Height: 0.16" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2007
Publisher Hal Leonard
Series Phillip Keveren
ISBN 1423417917 ISBN13 9781423417910 UPC 884088103057
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Reviews - What do customers think about Hymn Medleys: Classic Songs of Faith - Piano Solo (Th Phillip Keveren Series)?
3 1/2 stars... Too difficult to be labelled as appropriate for Late Intermediate/ Early Advanced Jan 16, 2010
I own several of Phillip Kevern's other Piano Solo books, and I am disappointed with this one. Many of the pieces in his other books are highly accessible and playable, but the pieces in this book are too difficult for me to play. For me the most difficult musical aspects of this book are the plethora of parallel octaves, fast arpeggios, the fast tuplets, some of the accidentals and some of the chords cannot fit in my hands.
He is a great composer, but this book is definitely for a more appropriate for a moderately advanced player, and even then would take a great deal of practice to be playable.