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Videos about Advanced Silent Night for piano solo
How to play Silent Night with your piano and how to approach any other advanced arrangements.
http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/robert - Robert Estrin shows you how to approach not only an advanced version of Silent Night available for free on Virtual Sheet Music (click the link above to find a link to that piece of music, or watch the video for the link to the file!), but how to tackle any other advanced arrangement or composition on your piano. ...
I thought that this peice was lovely I am a piano student and i played it for a concert and recital everyone LOVED it im an ok player and this was not that easy for me at all its easy to play but not that easy to play well.
NOT Advancedby anonymouson September 30th, 2009
WHAT IN THE WORLD? This is an elementary level piece. Pitiful.
Listen to audio previewby chapelrat(MEMBER)on May 18th, 2009
Listen to the audio preview and you will realize that this is an easy arrangement. The second section of the piece totally blows cool. It is so frantic -- not at all in keeping with the nature of Silent Night. I truly do not care for this arrangement.
Great!by anonymouson November 19th, 2006
This is a beutiful piece for students who need a Christmas piece. The only downside is the awkward fingerings.
Matthew Mitchell's reviewby Matthew ryan Mitchellon October 19th, 2006
I thought that this peice of music was beautiful and easy.It wasn't hard at all.
Piece of cakeby hahaon October 14th, 2006
This song was beautiful but I dont find it hard at all. It was a piece of cake!!