Last year we released a PianoBookClub book called, The Amadeus Anthems: A Classical Pop Crossover… and it quickly became our most popular teen music publication of all time. To this day, over a year later, we still have the pleasure of reading happy emails from piano teachers who used it to save their teen students.
Because of the response to The Amadeus Anthems, we knew it wouldn’t be long before teens were desperate for more pop crossover piano pieces! So, on the 1st of this month we released a follow-up to The Amadeus Anthems called The Beethoven Sessions… and for the past 12 days our inbox has been flooded with excited messages like these:
“I had a High School Junior going all Fan-Girl over them yesterday. She actually squealed! She picked out the [The Moonlight Sessions], and told me that she had been waiting for this all of her life. Then she told me she was probably going overboard, and I assured her that I felt the same way. She made me promise she would play each and every one.”
If you teach teen students, then you’ll know that this type of enthusiasm can be hard to come by! But you’re about to experience the magic that “just the right piece” can make to your teens…
The Beethoven Sessions – A Classical Pop Crossover
The Beethoven Sessions – A Classical Pop Crossover features seven pop piano pieces inspired by the music of Beethoven. It’s a unique blend of the pop sounds your teen students love and the classical melodies you wish they would recognize. The Moonlight Sonata, Symphony No. 9, Sonatina in G Major, Für Elise… it’s all here with a modern twist that will have your teens glued to the piano bench.
“Oh my laws, I’m loving the new Beethoven Sessions (forget the students- I LOVE️ playing them!)”
The best part? Teachers are writing to say that these books have inspired their students to seek out and listen to the original scores. It’s a fabulous way to bridge the gap between pop and classical in a way that makes teachers AND students excited.
“This is awesome!! I LOVE it! I sat down and played through them all! Absolutely giddy!! I can’t wait to show them to my teens!!”
How To Get The Beethoven Sessions
If you click on the image below you’ll be able to preview two of the seven pieces from The Beethoven Sessions… and then if you scroll a little further down we have a couple more recordings you can listen to as well!
If you like what you see and hear you can find this book on Amazon here.ERROR: There is no book with ID october_2017_book
Listen To More From The Beethoven Sessions
“Already this volume has a dedicated following in my studio! LOL”
Did you enjoy the preview of The Beethoven Sessions? Find it on Amazon here.