Level Up! Spooktacular Halloween Edition
Level Up! Spooktacular Halloween Edition features ten easy spooky solos presented at three different levels to accommodate students using Piano Pronto beginning level method books like, Prelude, Movement 1, and the Fired Up! series.
First Halloween Solos
First Halloween Solos features twenty primer level spooky solos for beginners composed by Jennifer Eklund. These minor-key showcase solos will delight students of all ages during and beyond the Halloween season. As a special bonus, teacher duet parts are included with purchase.
Easy Spooktacular Solos
Easy Spooktacular Solos features ten easy spooky solos for late beginners and up composed by Jennifer Eklund. These minor-key showcase solos will delight students of all ages during and beyond the Halloween seasons.
Note: If you are interested in multi-level versions of these ten pieces consider the Level Up! Spooktacular Halloween Edition multi-level songbook.
To feed students’ cravings for playing in minor keys, Minor Marvels features twelve showcase-style piano solos, four solos with optional teacher duet parts, and two duets. These selections are ideal for late beginners through early intermediates and will gloomily gleam at a Halloween recital or whenever a minor mood strikes!
Double Trouble is a book of unique duets by Stacy Fahrion. This book gives pianists opportunities to experiment with blues improvisation and extended techniques. It includes showy pieces in odd meters, several wild boogies, a melancholy lyrical waltz, and, of course, a tarantella that has Itsy Bitsy Spider surreptitiously woven into it. Most of the pieces are based in minor keys, modal, or use the double harmonic major scale.
Lullabies for Arachnophobes
Lullabies for Arachnophobes by Stacy Fahrion is a whimsically macabre collection written in homage of spindly spiders of all shapes and sizes. Rife with quirky rhythms, harmonies, and re-spindled versions of spidery classics, this collection will delight advanced players of all ages.
These Are Odd Times
These Are Odd Times, by Stacy Fahrion, is a whimsically macabre collection of solos composed in odd meters. Rife with less common meters, shifting time signatures, and intricate contrapuntal textures, this collection provides a rewarding challenge for late-intermediate and advanced pianists.
Hungry for a fast & flashy showcase solo? Stataco Tostada is a cheeky ode to the common mispronunciations we’ve all heard a million times. This early intermediate showcase solo, arranged by Jennifer Eklund, is loosely based on traditional Mexican folk melodies and provides a great opportunity for students to work on articulations and chord inversions.