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12:06 PM
pdbass: The Most Famous Bass Solo in Pop Music youtu.be/4jPEYUanc-8
 
12:40 PM
@JonH About how to get sheet music: The short answer is that the first place I turn online is Sheetmusicplus.com. They're a good place to order physical sheet music from, and have digital downloads as well. A quick search looks like "Road to Perdition" is included in many books that are collections of film tunes, and there are digital downloads of the individual piece, even at varying difficulty levels: sheetmusicplus.com/title/road-to-perdition-digital-sheet-music/…
@JonH Broader advice: 1) Although it can often be fun to try playing any particular piece that someone enjoys a lot, one learns the best and avoids frustration by making sure that you learn pieces "in order" of difficulty. Two tunes from the same soundtrack can vary widely in their demands. Sure, she should trying playing this piece for fun, but I would also advise getting "method" books that are meant to teach piano and that have levels.
2) If you can, there are many reasons to buy sheet music at a physical, brick-and-mortar store. For one, such stores are challenged by online retailers, and it's nice to support them and keep them in existence. Besides, it's nice to be able to browse books, look at all the pages, and judge whether it's right for you.
 
 
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9:29 PM
@AndyBonner (cc: @JonH) I agree about using brick-and-mortar stores whenever possible. When I order online, I typically use publisher websites and jwpepper.com. In the case of "Road to Perdition", the publisher (Hal Leonard) redirects to sheetmusicdirect.com/en-US/se/ID_No/175951/…. I have used sheetmusicplus but generally avoid them, because they send too many emails.
 

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