Don't Idle Engine is an ongoing project of Alan Sentman and collaborators to explore the confluence of electronic and acoustic elements in composition. Classically trained in piano, percussion and composition, Sentman explores his different influences resulting in the unique, edgy sound of Don't Idle Engine. Check out his latest release  - Everything That Falls Into Place  - nominated for a 2012 Independent Music Award!

As part of our sheet music publication series we are offering these new piano accompaniments for one track on Don't Idle Engine's latest album. They are intended as arpeggio studies for the elementary to intermediate level piano student. To be played as a ‘duet’ with the award-winning song “Center of the Universe” by Don’t Idle Engine, they motivate the student to keep time with the recording and to build ensemble-playing skills even while practicing alone.

Click here for a sample of "Center of the Universe". Click the link above to purchase the track. We offer the keyboard accompaniments for free as incentive to purchase the track, which supports Don't Idle Engine!

Center_of_the_Universe.pdf (Elementary)

Center_of_the_Universe-2.pdf (Late Elementary)

Center_of_the_Universe-3.pdf (Intermediate)

 

Earlier releases:

The Savages

Don't Idle Engine - the premiere release

NEWS

Learn about Ottoman composer Leyla Saz and listen to her Victory March from 1908 in several arrangements.

This work is featured on ...And We Were Heard in a performance by Jacob Wallace and the South Dakota State University Wind Ensemble (also available in the audio player below)

Peruse instrumental arrangements available for purchase here

Please consider registering your piano student for our new piano exams as a means to promote global piano repertoire. 

Publications

 Check out the video pages for the Anthology of Turkish Piano Music:

Volume I

Volume II

Volume III

 

View one of our featured titles, "Victory March" by Leyla Saz here.

And listen to the new recording of "Victory March" arranged for wind ensemble by Kathryn Woodard and performed by the South Dakota State University Wind Ensemble (Jacob Wallace, cond.) in the Audio Player below

 

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