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#2115098 - 07/09/13 09:10 AM Need Help Assessing Difficulty Level  
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Hello ... I'm helping a couple of composers publish an original composition for four-hand piano. We would like to say something about the "difficulty level" of the piece when putting it up for sale. For that, I figure may be I can tap the wisdom of the many experienced piano teachers here. smile

So here's the request: Would you be willing to take a look at the sheet music and share with me your assessment of how "difficult" it is?

Ideally, I hope you can tell me what at what "grade" or "level" you think a piano student can attempt this piece of four-hand music. Of course, this "grade" or "level" may be those used by RCM or ABRSM or Yamaha or state MTAs or even those used by SheetMusicPlus ... you tell me which one you're assessing the music against.

Please let me know if you are willing to help and I'll arrange to have the PDF copy sent to you (just need an e-mail address, which you can send to me via private message).

Thanks in advance! smile

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#2115130 - 07/09/13 11:21 AM Re: Need Help Assessing Difficulty Level [Re: Axtremus]  
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I'm very much interested in this! And as a fellow publisher I think it's only right to support one another! smile

My email is nikolas *AT* musica-ferrum *DOT* com !

#2115508 - 07/10/13 03:39 AM Re: Need Help Assessing Difficulty Level [Re: Nikolas]  
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Originally Posted by Nikolas
I'm very much interested in this! And as a fellow publisher I think it's only right to support one another! smile
Thank you, Nikolas! I have sent you e-mail.

#2121256 - 07/21/13 08:31 PM Re: Need Help Assessing Difficulty Level [Re: Axtremus]  
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UPDATE:

Thank you all for your help. The music, "Jazz Vox Blues : Piano Duet for Four Little Hands", is now "published."

To hear what the music would sound like, visit: http://www.PianoRecital.org/Jazz-Vox-Blues/

I took on this publishing project originally as an experiment to publish sheet music on Amazon.com's Kindle Store. It is now being promoted on Amazon.com as a free e-book for Kindle:

http://www.amazon.com/Jazz-Vox-Blues-Little-ebook/dp/B00DTXELXC/

Thanks again for all your help!


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