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NewAgePianoLessons.com Gives Away Free Piano Sheet Music
(Published: April 12, 2011)

You'd think sales of sheet music would go down with the advent of the Internet. And you'd be right. In fact, thanks to the world wide web, many are now buying their sheet music online.

But Edward Weiss, owner of the website NewAgePianoLessons has an even better deal - simply visit http://solosheets.blogspot.com and you'll get over a dozen pieces of piano sheet music entirely free.

The owner and creator of the site, Edward Weiss explains:

"I teach people how to play New Age piano online using a chord-based approach. Yet many of my students also wanted some sheet music they could print out and play at the piano. That's why I created this blog - to give students the opportunity to see what it looks like on the printed page."

All of the sheet music on the site is at the easy to intermediate level and is available as a PDF file download.

When asked why he's giving it away for free, Weiss explains:

"I want to expose more and more people to the genre of music I love the most - New Age. It's a beautiful style of music that is easy to play and that people love. Sadly, the genre is underexposed and I want to change all that."

More Information: http://solosheets.blogspot.com

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