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The aim of this website is to provide a simple and effective studying tool for people who need piano accompaniment in every moment of their musical training.

As a professional accompanist I perfectly know how important it is for a solist to rehearse together with a pianist as much as possible, but unfortunately this is not always practicable.

No kind of recorded track can ever replace the “magical” connection that establishes between two or among more musicians playing chamber music. To be sure, every violinist, clarinettist, singer and so on... would always like to have an accompanist with him/her in order to rehearse again and again the piece he/she is studying, especially during the first steps of their learning process.

The idea for originates right from this consciousness.

With you only have to download the tracks of the piece you are studying, and, at any moment, on your mobile, computer, or tablet, you’ll have a solid and effective backing track to help you study the piano part.

The tracks are in mp3 format, they are of high musical quality, and they deeply respect the phrasing, articulation and dynamics in order to make the instrumentalist aware of the piano part.


Comments of our customers

  • "I have your accompaniment for "Plaisir d'Amour" and it is so beautiful that I would love to have one like that for "Where Corals Lie".
  • A. England
  • "Grazie for both accompaniments, good as always."
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