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The Jennifer Linn Series features carefully leveled collections of either popular music arrangements or original compositions. The pieces or songs in each book are placed in a progressive order so students can learn new skills as they advance through the book. Written for piano students of all ages, there are five levels in the series: Early Bird (Pre-Staff), Easy Elementary, Elementary+, Easy Intermediate, Intermediate+.

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The Fun Songs for Kids collection includes 12 early bird level piano solos with teacher duets: Attic Stairs • Backpack Blues • The Bear Went over the Mountain • Bingo • Fading Moon • Hush Little Baby • Jasmine Flower • Kum Ba Yah • Mountain Train • Secret Cave • Song of the Buffalo • Volga Boat Song.

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This volume includes ten Disney favorites: Almost There (from The Princess and the Frog) • Belle (from Beauty and the Beast) • A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes (from Cinderella) • How Far I'll Go (from Moana) • Just Around the Riverbend (from Pocahontas) • The Next Right Thing (from Frozen 2) • Part of Your World (from The Little Mermaid) • Reflection (from Mulan) • Show Yourself (from Frozen 2) • Touch the Sky (from Brave).

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Journey Through the Classics Romanti Collection CONTENTS

NFMC CHOICE 2020-2024

Au Chocolat is a delicious introduction to the beautifully pianistic world of impressionist-style music created by Jennifer Linn. Similar in style to her Les Petites Images and Les Petites Impressions, the marks of expression have been written in French and a glossary is provided in the introductory pages. These seven tasty miniatures feature a variety of keyboard techniques and harmonies that will spark the imagination of students and teachers!

Jennifer Linn Bûche de Nöel Music and Cake

I baked my first Bûche de Nöel on Christmas Eve, 2020. It brought me so much joy to finally do it! I hope to make each pastry that is included in my piano collection Au Chocolat. We'll see how that goes over the next year or so. -Jennifer