Really Easy Piano: Chart Hits No. 1 (Autumn/Winter 2015) by Wise Publications

Really Easy Piano: Chart Hits No. 1 (Autumn/Winter 2015)

byWise Publications

Kobo ebook | September 30, 2015

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This collection of the latest and best Chart Hits is arranged for Really Easy Piano and will let you play 17 songs straight from the charts. To help you play them perfectly, performance hints and tips, guides to fingering and some fascinating background notes are included for every song.
With performance notes and hints for each song and handy fingering guides throughout, this songbook will help you play these songs quickly and easily. What's more, chord symbols and some interesting song background information make this the only Chart Hits sheet music songbook you'll need for these catchy pop melodies.

With some of the best songs from the airwaves right now, along with invaluable performance help, Really Easy Piano is the easiest way to learn 17 of the hottest Chart Hits.

Song List:
  • Bills [LunchMoney Lewis]
  • Blank Space [Taylor Swift]
  • Fireproof [One Direction]
  • Flashlight [Jessie J]
  • FourFiveSeconds [Rihanna] [Kanye West] [Paul McCartney]
  • Heartbeat Song [Kelly Clarkson]
  • Hold Back The River [James Bay]
  • Hold My Hand [Jess Glynne]
  • I Really Like You [Carly Rae Jepsen]
  • King [Years & Years]
  • Lay Me Down [Sam Smith]
  • The Nights [Avicii]
  • Photograph [Ed Sheeran]
  • See You Again [Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth]
  • Ship To Wreck [Florence + The Machine]
  • Someone New [Hozier]
  • Stronger [Clean Bandit]
  • Title:Really Easy Piano: Chart Hits No. 1 (Autumn/Winter 2015)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 30, 2015Publisher:Music Sales LimitedLanguage:English

    The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

    ISBN - 10:1783237694

    ISBN - 13:9781783237692

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