Eleonor Bindman - Concert Pianist & Piano Teacher
                                                                         Concert Pianist & Piano Teacher

  About Eleonor Bindman

Ms. Bindman’s versatility as a musician and educator is further revealed in her authorship of two recent piano sheet music publications by Carl Fischer, Inc. Her arrangement of Mussorgsky’s “A Night on Bald Mountain” reflects her dedication to the continuum of great music. Her inventive set of original piano pieces for budding musicians described below reflects an equal dedication to the enhancement of the piano teaching repertoire. Both works, though entirely different in nature, have found enthusiastic performers and audiences, whether in Carnegie Hall or at the Park Slope Piano Studio and many musical homes.

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12 Recital Pieces for Early-Intermediate Piano Solo
Cat.# PL1007 $7.95

“To further inspire and engage the intermediate level student, Carl Fischer offers a new, delightfully designed and illustrated collection from Eleonor Bindman. An American Calendar (PL1007 - $7.95), provides teachers with a beautifully produced and carefully focused book, ideal for committed young players. Keyed to a representative event or holiday commemorated in each month of the year, this strikingly original collection of recital pieces will be fun to play from. Each piece, apart from its programmatic point, deals with a specific technical challenge for the developing performer, and the author has provided preparatory exercises to emphasize the technical content. The clever illustrations and short stories that precede each piece will help the student develop a convincing interpretation.”

Modest Mussorgsky
Transcribed for Piano Solo
by Eleonor Bindman
Cat.# 05412 $11.95

"I strongly recommend Eleonor Bindman’s transcription of “Night on Bald Mountain.” This work explores the piano’s possibilities while fully retaining the orchestral texture and character of the piece. Eleonor Bindman is an experienced interpreter of Mussorgsky’s works and this contribution will greatly enrich the existing piano repertoire.”

Vladimir Feltsman