Nimble A to Z

by David Pennant

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Sheet music of all 26 pieces in one volume from Particular Music.

Playing hints below

A . . . . . . ///

B . . . . . . ///

C . . . . . . ///

D . . . . . . ///

E . . . . . . ///

F . . . . . . ///

G . . . . . . ///

H . . . . . . ///

Eye . . . . . . ///

Jay . . . . . . ///

K . . . . . . ///

L . . . . . . ///

M . . . . . . ///

N . . . . . . ///

O. . . . . . ///

P . . . . . . ///

Q . . . . . . ///

R . . . . . . ///

S . . . . . . ///

T . . . . . . ///

You . . . . . . ///

V . . . . . . ///

W . . . . . . ///

X. . . . . . ///

Y .. . . . . ///

Z . . . . . ///

Nimble_L is the easiest to play. Nimble_M is a harder version of the same tune.

Next easiest are Nimble_A and Nimble_V (note that the shape of the printed music is a V).

The elements used in the pieces are common chords, scales and arpeggios.

The chromatic idiom presents a sight-reading challenge for the more advanced pianist.

Thanks for your interest!