|Do You Hear What I Hear||Gloria Shayne and Noel Regney||Easy to early intermediate piano solo with guitar chords|
|Faded||Alan Walker||Early intermediate piano solo|
|Flashdance—What A Feeling||Irene Cara||Later Beginner / Early Intermediate piano solo|
|Piano Man||Billy Joel||Easy/elementary piano solo with guitar chords|
|Together||Sia||Elementary to intermediate piano solo with chord symbols|
|When I Grow Up (Matilda the Musical)||Tim Minchin||Simplified piano solo for Later Beginners / Early Intermediate|
Published by Wirripang
|Aqua Vita||Intermediate level|
Aqua Vita is a flowing piano solo inspired by the rivers and streams of country Victoria. It includes a beautiful rolling left hand accompaniment with a driving melody line and sparkling semi-quaver arpeggios in the right hand.
An excellent performance piece for students playing at or near Grade 3 level.
|Ballroom Suite||5 Piano solos. Elementary to intermediate.|
The five individual pieces are unique in character and have been written to showcase the style and feel of each of the five ballroom dances.Designed to be accessible to students learning piano, they can be played as a suite of five pieces or individually.
Perfect for students feeling confident playing at an Early Intermediate or around Grade 2 level.
|Robot March||Grade 1|
Robot March is a bright, fun piano solo which tells the story of some cheeky robots. It includes short chromatic runs, staccato and legato touch, a variety of dynamics and some syncopated rhythms.