A piano teacher recently emailed to tell us about “a very real problem in [her] piano studio”. In her exact words she said…
“Your music is just so exciting and inspiring that all my students’ myriad of tutor books pale in comparison. I’ve lost count of the number of lessons students have come to having “accidentally forgotten” all their music except their Piano Book Club pieces.”
To this, all I can say is… I think September’s teen piano book is going to make this problem much, much worse…
The Amadeus Anthems – A Classical Pop Crossover is the beginning of a revolution in teenage piano repertoire. It bridges the gap between today’s pop music and yesterday’s classical masterpieces.
Each of the 7 early-intermediate pieces in The Amadeus Anthems is a pop-inspired tribute to the music of Mozart. Whether you use the repertoire to ignite a passion for piano or as a jumping-off point for exploring the classics, The Amadeus Anthems is the start of a movement that will inspire the next generation of piano students.
A Visual Preview Of The Amadeus Anthems
If you click on the image below you’ll be able to preview three of the seven pieces from Teach Piano Today’s PianoBookClub Book of the Month for September… and then if you scroll a little further down we have a couple more recordings you can listen to as well!
Did you enjoy the music from our most recent PianoBookClub release, The Amadeus Anthems? Check out Teach Piano Today’s PianoBookClub to get your hands on the most exciting piano studio repertoire for just $8 a month. *The Amadeus Anthems are available until September 30, 2016.
Listen To More Music From The Amadeus Anthems
“I wanted to let you know that I love this month’s book! I’ve played through it several times and can’t wait to give it out to some of my middle school students. Thanks for helping to keep lessons creative and to keep our students excited about playing!”
“Wow Andrea and Trevor! This is sooooooooooo cool ~ what a fabulous idea and composition for the teens! I think my teens who may be hesitating about piano are totally going to have a wonderful beginning to their year to keep them motivated!”