This Free Piano Collection for Beginners, featuring some of the most acclaimed classical pieces ever produced, is a great sequence of sheet music.Graded from 1 to 4, they're tailored to be followed in the shown below sequence.There's a great thing about this collection. As a beginner, you may follow the piano learning method that most suits you, and check your progress by following the exact sequence shown.On the other hand, if you are a piano teacher you may shape your method around this sequence, as your guide for success. Cool!Once again, have fun! Remember, this is a relaxing and pleasant coffee break!P.S.: This Jermaine Griggs free piano lessons blend well with the sequence of our free piano collection for beginners, or vice-versa. Cool!
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Not all sets of 24 pieces belong in this category. For example, there was no intention in Niccolò Paganini's 24 Caprices for solo violin, Claude Debussy's 24 Préludes for piano, or Pavel Zemek Novak's 24 Preludes and Fugues for piano to cover all the keys. (Paganini may not have been aware of Pierre Rode's 24 Caprices for violin, which did span the 24 keys and were written almost at the same time as Paganini's.)