A Bounty of Classical Repertoire Titles are Here

We are back with even more Music Books!

This time I thought it prudent to highlight so of the awesome classical piano titles that we currently have in stock, for they are many and varied.

As I mentioned before, music books are a great way to keep yourself moving forward as a musician. And as we know well, not all musicians are created equally, meaning we all love different things at different times. So it's important that we have books to satisfy all styles, types, ages and interests.

Let's have a peruse of some of our Classical Piano Books. From a wealth of composers like Haydn, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Mozart and more to Faber Music Anthologies and the Hours with the Masters series, we always expanding our music book selection.

Let's check it out.

Classical Composers


Frederic Chopin, a renowned Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic era, left an indelible mark on classical music with his exquisite piano compositions. Born in 1810 near Warsaw, Poland, Chopin demonstrated prodigious talent from an early age and received rigorous musical training. He later established himself as a leading figure in Parisian musical circles, captivating audiences with his emotionally charged and technically demanding piano works. Chopin's compositions, including his beloved nocturnes, waltzes, and mazurkas, are characterized by their lyrical melodies, expressive harmonies, and intricate pianistic textures. His music often evokes a profound sense of nostalgia, longing, and introspection, reflecting his own personal struggles and experiences. Chopin's enduring legacy continues to inspire pianists and music lovers worldwide, cementing his status as one of the greatest composers in history.

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Ludwig van Beethoven, an iconic German composer and pianist of the late Classical and early Romantic periods, stands as one of the most influential figures in the history of Western classical music. Born in Bonn, Germany, in 1770, Beethoven displayed remarkable musical talent from a young age, receiving early training from his father and later studying with prominent composers like Joseph Haydn. Despite facing personal adversity, including hearing loss, Beethoven's creativity flourished, leading to the composition of masterpieces that revolutionized music. His symphonies, concertos, piano sonatas, and string quartets are celebrated for their emotional depth, innovative harmonic language, and dramatic intensity. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, with its iconic "Ode to Joy," remains one of the most revered works in the classical repertoire, epitomizing his commitment to artistic expression and the power of music to transcend boundaries. Through his groundbreaking compositions and visionary spirit, Beethoven left an enduring legacy that continues to inspire generations of musicians and listeners worldwide.

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Georg Friedrich Handel, a prolific and influential composer of the Baroque era, left an indelible mark on music history with his vast repertoire of operas, oratorios, anthems, and instrumental compositions. Born in Germany in 1685, Handel spent much of his career in England, where he became a naturalised citizen. Renowned for his mastery of melody, harmony, and dramatic expression, Handel's works showcase his ability to evoke a wide range of emotions and themes, from triumphant jubilation to poignant introspection. His enduring masterpiece, the oratorio "Messiah," remains one of the most celebrated and frequently performed works in the classical repertoire, embodying Handel's genius for melodic invention and profound spirituality. Throughout his life, Handel's music captivated audiences with its grandeur, beauty, and timeless appeal, cementing his legacy as one of the greatest composers of all time.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born in 1756 in Salzburg, Austria, is widely regarded as one of the greatest composers in the history of Western classical music. A child prodigy, Mozart demonstrated extraordinary musical talent from an early age, composing his first symphony at just eight years old. Throughout his short but prolific life, Mozart produced a vast and diverse body of work, including symphonies, operas, chamber music, piano sonatas, and concertos. His compositions are characterised by their sublime melodies, intricate harmonies, and profound emotional depth. Mozart's operas, such as "The Marriage of Figaro," "Don Giovanni," and "The Magic Flute," remain staples of the operatic repertoire, renowned for their wit, drama, and timeless appeal. Despite facing financial struggles and personal hardships, Mozart's music continues to enchant and inspire audiences worldwide, transcending time and culture to resonate with listeners of all generations.

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Additional Mention!!!

Hours with the Masters Series

The Hours with the Masters piano series is a comprehensive collection of piano music curated to showcase the works of renowned composers throughout history. Spanning various musical periods and styles, this series offers pianists of all levels an opportunity to explore and master pieces by iconic composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, and more. Each volume in the series is thoughtfully compiled with a diverse selection of pieces, ranging from beginner-friendly arrangements to advanced compositions, providing a rich and rewarding learning experience for piano enthusiasts. With meticulously edited scores and insightful performance notes, the Hours with the Masters series serves as an invaluable resource for pianists seeking to deepen their understanding and appreciation of classical piano repertoire.

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That's it for now but, as ever, if you are perusing our Classical Piano section and are unable to fine the title you need, please get in touch via the Contact page or the Intercom button below. We are always happy to special order new books.

If your book of choice happens to be over 10e also, we can ship it to anywhere on the island of Ireland, absolutely free.

What's not to love. Next time we'll be back with some contemporary Piano Books, for your perusal.

Until next time.