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BachScholar® Books -- Instant Downloads

BOOKS & RESOURCES FOR PIANISTS & ORGANISTS: This page lists our current catalogue of BachScholar® Editions, which can all be ordered and shipped to you from our distributing agent’s ONLINE STORE. The products listed below are high-quality, non-printable PDF editions (E-books) of these hardcopy books (excellent for iPads, tablets, phones, computer screens), which typically sell for half the price of the hardcopies. All our current titles are piano and keyboard oriented books with an emphasis on high-quality manuscripts, legibility, and usefulness for students, teachers, and performers. “Sight-Reading & Harmony” is currently the world’s #1 sight-reading system, and the three editions of Bach chorales edited for piano and keyboard are the only books of their kind in the world (excellent for performance, theory & sight-reading). Thank you for your interest in our books. We are always adding more titles to our catalogue, so please check back for new updates. CLICK HERE to browse our currently planned upcoming books for 2019 and 2020. CLICK HERE to learn more about the history and mission of BachScholar Publishing.

The Saint Louis Blues (arr. Hall)

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The Saint Louis Blues (arr. Hall)

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This download consists of a high-quality, non-printable PDF for iPads, tablets, and computers. A hardcopy print version of this book can be ordered HERE from our distributing agent’s online store.

ABOUT THIS BOOK: The Saint Louis Blues (8 pages) presents a rich concert arrangement and heartfelt, soulful rendering of W.C. Handy’s classic song. Many pianists and arrangers turn the song into a “fast” and “technical” tour de force; however, pianist and arranger Cory Hall does something strikingly different and original here by using Handy’s original, slow and melancholic “Habanera” style rhythms (indicated in the original 1914 piano/vocal) and exact chord structure as the basis for an ethereal and remarkably beautiful interpretation. This late-intermediate to advanced level arrangement is ideal for the teaching studio and concert hall.

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