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Based on 7 Reviews
Found the list of titles on Amazon. It’s a collection of familiar pop and classical melodies. They do not stand alone. In my opinion, they require accompaniment, but they are familiar melodies.
Yes | 32 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 05/04/2018
Yes, It should be disclosed that there is No Piano Accomp. In reply to the accurate and valid concerns for the Binding Is Too Stiff to work with...Just take the Book to Staples or Office Max/Depo. Ask them to cut the Binding and bind it with the Spiral or Flat binding. It is relatively inexpensive and the only practical solution. Photocopying a book of this size is impractical: costly & sloppy results. Play On!!
Yes | 147 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 01/28/2016
I am an adult currently learning in Suzuki book 4. I found this book is loaded with a large variety of 100 well known 1-page versions of classical music songs at my level of playing. I think if you have accomplished all of the songs at the Suzuki book 3 level and are experienced at shifting up to 4th position, you are able to learn and play many or most of the songs in this book, easily. This is a fun book for us who crave variety and want to expand our sight reading ability. The main disappointment with this book is that I could not use it until I took it to an office supply store and have the stiff binding replaced with a spiral binding at a cost of around $5. I wish I could find another book just like this one with another 100 popular classical songs that are slightly harder and perhaps up to 2 pages long.
Yes | 422 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 09/25/2015
Just to clarify: No piano accompaniment was written for these pieces. This is from the Hal Leonard Web site: "Graded solos for players of all standards. The pieces are complete in themselves and require no accompaniment."
Yes | 501 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 01/05/2015
I too purchased this book for student recitals and after receiving found out that it doesn't have piano accompaniment. Please change the title and the information regarding the violin book.
Yes | 677 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 12/29/2014
I can confirm the previous claim concerning the fact that this product is being advertised as containing a piano score but no piano score is included. However, I have a more serious complaint - at least to me. The binding is MUCH too stiff. It is not possible to open this book to a selected page and set the book on a music stand. The book will close and fall off the stand. I even tried to copy selected pages but that also fails. The binding is so stiff that it is not possible to get the selected page close enough to the copying plate. This results in large dark patches on the paper being outputted from the copy machine. One must cut the sheets out of the book in order to place them on a music stand. I am also disappointed that no lyrics are included. While I never intended to sing-a-long, I do use the lyrics to assist in memorizing the piece.
Yes | 584 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 11/19/2014
This is a great music book with a large selection of fun music. However, it's listed instrumentation was "violin and piano". There is no piano accompaniment part. Yes, the title is "100 Solos Violin", but anyone with a basic music education knows that the word solo, when pertaining to a violin performance, does not mean unaccompanied. As a instructor, I purchased this for my students performances, but I will have to return it.
Yes | 606 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 03/14/2021
A complete listing of the titles in this book is in the group of images at the top of the webpage.
Yes | 13 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 06/28/2017
This book does not include a piano accompaniment part. Please let us know if you have any additional questions?
Yes | 157 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 06/21/2016
These are unaccompanied solo violin pieces and there is no piano accompaniment written for these pieces. The pieces are complete in themselves and require no accompaniment.
Yes | 245 people found this question helpful