If you select "personalized", David will write a note specifically to you at the beginning of the book. If you would like him to write the dedication to someone other than yourself, please send an email letting us know. This is a great option if the book is a gift.
Due to its weight, this book is mailed via Priority Mail.
Contains the following 12 pieces:
2. The Letter
5. The Rhapsodist
6. The Return
9. The Messenger
12. The Quest
This product is the printed version of the Song Book. Looking for the downloadable PDF version instead? Click here.
Perfect for late intermediate to advanced pianists!
This style of music is just what I have been searching for! As a piano instructor, I realize that students need exposure to more than classical repertoire...and classical music simply does not resonate with every student. However, it can be difficult to find intermediate/advanced music that is not classical. This book offers the perfect solution! Music that is rhythmically/harmonically/melodically exciting...music that piano students may be more likely to WANT to learn to play than some of the traditional classics. Thank you for your amazing music!
— November 14, 2016 by Bethany Ford (New Cumberland, PA)
I just ordered this book and couldn't wait to get it in the mail. It came really fast and I am already enjoying it! The songs are so beautiful and a nice challenge. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting impressive, beautiful, and fun music to play. It gives you a sense of satisfaction learning each song. I can't wait to learn each piece! Thank you, David, for sharing your talent!
— September 9, 2016 by Rebecca Varney (Provo, Utah)
This book contains twelve of the most epic pieces written by David Hicken, the final result of more than a year of work ! All those pieces are complex and very difficult to learn and master, so the success is extremely rewarding !
The item is made with good quality paper and stay fully open when you play. A very good book that promess you hours of practice and a tremendous feeling of happiness when you will finally master a piece !
— August 17, 2016 by Maxime Dussubieux (Ennevelin, France)