Selected and edited by John Lenehan
Keynotes is a new series of essential piano repertoire from across the ages which has been carefully selected and edited by John Lenehan, one of Britain's most experienced, versarile and sought-after pianists.
Keynotes contains unusual and imaginative repertoire from over three centuries. Not only is there ample opportunity to improvise, but each book contains valuable practical footnotes. Book 1, grades 1-2, contains music by Anderson, JS Bach, Beethoven, Blow, Daquin, Franck, Goedicke, Haydn, Kabelevsky, Lenehan, Milne, Neefe, Ornstein, Pasquini, Rowley, Schumann, Tchaikovsky and Telemann.
- Haydn: German Dance From New German Dances H.1X:12
- Rowley: On A Motorbike
- JS Bach: Polonaise In G Minor From The Notebook For Anna Magdalena
- Schumann: Bear Dance From Album For The Young Op.68
- Neefe: Menuet
- Lenehan: A Ghost In The Attic
- Franck: A Doll’s Lament
- Milne: Storm In A Teacup From Very Easy Little Peppers
- Blow: Hornpipe
- Ornstein: My, What A Din The Cuckoos Are Making!
- Smetana: Toccata
- Lenehan: Marching Tune
- Pasquini: Aria
- Allemande From 12 Allemandes
- Anderson: Old Bells: Daquin: Gavotte From Suite IV In C Minor
- Kabalevsky: My Stubborn Little Brother From Thirty-five Pieces For Piano No.29
- Tchaikovsky: The Sick Doll From Children’s