5 Pieces All Classical Pianists Should Know

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There are so many amazing pieces to choose from! This list could have easily listed 50, but these pieces are some of the most iconic and popular in history.

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Lesson #7 – THE Sax Anthem

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It’s the NFC Championship game on the 22nd Jan 2017 between the Atlanta Falcons and the Green Bay Packers. As traditional before a sporting event in the US, the national anthem was performed. This was a special one with saxophonist Mike Phillips stealing the show before the opening kickoff.

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Lesson #6 – Pirates Of The Caribbean

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Jarrod Radnich has carved out a niche online as a virtuosic pianist who covers popular songs and themes from movies.
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Lesson #5 – The Beatboxer, the Flute and the Orchestra

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Many children grow up thinking that there are two ways to play an instrument: the right way and the wrong way. Greg Patillo is one of a number of musicians who prove that an instrument can be played in many different ways and combining many different skills.
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Lesson #4 – Take Us Away Hiromi Uehera!

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It is important especially for young girls, to see amazing female musicians performing, writing and producing their own music.
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Lesson #3 – I Got Rhythm

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I Got Rhythm was written by the great American songwriter George Gershwin in 1930 and is being performed here by the Benny Goodman Quartet in 1959.
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Lesson #2 – Adele, The Roots and Classroom Instruments

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Many of us think that instruments like glockenspiels, kazoos and banana shakers aren’t able to make serious music. Professional musicians would never play on such basic instruments would they?
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Lesson #1 – Smooth Criminal on 2Cellos

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We often assume that violinists only play classical music, saxophonists only play jazz or electric guitarists only play rock music. Wrong! You can play any genre on any instrument…
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