Adagio ; Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring ; Fur Elise ; Ode to Joy ; Theme for the Pastoral Symphony ; March of the Kings from L'Arlesienne ; Toreador Song ; Minuet ; Lullaby ; Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2 ; Prelude Op. 28, No. 7 ; Mazurka from Coppelia ; Pizzicato from Sylvia ; Largo from the New World Symphony ; Chanson du Matin ; Land of Hope and Glory ; The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba ; Hornpipe from the Water Music ; See the Conquering Hero Comes ; Theme for the Surprise Symphony ; Jupiter from the Planets ; Wedding March ; Can-can ; Caprice ; Dance of the Hours ; Nessun dorma from Turandot ; Trumpet Tune ; William Tell Overture ; The Swan ; Impromptu ; Theme from the Unfinished Symphony ; The Trout ; Vltava ; The Blue Danube ; Radetsky March ; Waltz from Die Fledermaus ; Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy ; Valse des Fleurs ; La donna e mobile from Rigoletto ; Spring from the Four Seasons ; Skaters' Waltz
Pauline Hall graduated from the Royal Academy of Music and then taught in schools and privately. Whilst living and teaching in Harrogate she felt the need for a piano tutor which made learning fun, and which progressed at the pace of her slowest learner. She started by writing little tunes in pupils' notebooks, and these formed the basis of Tunes for Ten Fingers; the Piano Time series developed from this.
'The book itself is well laid out with clear print and a tough cover. No page turns are required for any of the pieces and fingering is added to help you along. This book should appeal to both adults and children, maybe those without a partciularly high level of skill who would neverthelesss like to build up a repertoire of pleasant and familiar pieces. Definitely worth a look.' Keyboard Review