At the Zoo for Piano

Twardowski, Romuald

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Cofalik & Twardowski At the Zoo for Piano
15 Easy Pieces for Beginners

A piano is a welcome visitor at the zoo. You don’t have to be a lion of the keyboard to play this little collection. Antelope, reindeer, and elephants cluster around the young pianist.

The kangaroo takes bold leaps, the bear ambles with measured gait at a comfortable maestoso , the crocodile slithers in a smooth legato, and the beaver baffles the eye with dexterous nibbles. The player rides horseback on a pony with tiny staccato leaps, and grasshoppers set accents of their very own.

Each of these charming pieces poses a special technical task that young players can master playfully, almost effortlessly. Dry études become a thing of the past. Even the colourful illustrations by Marcin Bruchnalski reflect the character of the music.

Easy piano pieces
Teaches technical skills in a spirit of fun
Imaginative melodies
Colourful illustrations

The Authors
Antoni Cofalik , Polish violin teacher and author of the well-known violin tutor “Das Geigen -ABC”

Romuald Twardowski , pianist and composer

Marcin Bruchnalski , schoolbook illustrator and cartoonist

Baerenreiter Germany


  1. Let's go to the zoo The kangaroo The pony The reindeer Two little donkeys The bear The crocodile The beavers The elephant The grasshopper The ants The lion The antilope The seal Our dear pupils

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