Timothy Sharp (*1971) Monsterlieder
Easy Piano Pieces for Monsters with Two to Six Hands Illustration: Alexander Lorenz [pno]
48 pages | 260 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-18616-9 | Saddle Stitch
As we all know, the worlds of people and monsters are connected in a mysterious way. That’s why the composer Timothy Sharp has successfully transported a few of the most popular monster world melodies to our world.
As monsters have up to six hands, there are pieces for two, four and six hands. Humans can try to play those in twos and in threes.
Monsterlieder is a book which will accompany piano players from their fi rst steps to the intermediate stage for a few years. Covering a broad stylistic horizon, the pieces range from groovy to dreamy. Some of the songs have lyrics to encourage singing or accompanying.
“This is a book that will last the several years that the progessively arranged musical material encompasses. What really excited me about this publication was the number of carefully spaced duets (and even one trio).”
(Dale Wills, Music Teacher)
|05.||Monster Teeter Totter|
|06.||When Monsters Go to Sleep|
|08.||A Monster’s Christmas Dream|
|10.||At the Monster’s Ball|
|18.||Anthem to Sharp Monster Teeth|