What would composer such as Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, or Rachmaninoff have done if they had arranged “Dust in the Wind” for solo piano? Would Bach have penned a prelude or minuet? Would Chopin have crafted a nocturne or mazurka? What about Mozart, Tchaikovsky, or Bartok? Here are 16 songs arranged for solo piano, arranged as if they were covered by these composer giants. The focus is on classic accompaniment styles, devices, figurations and forms, the compositional hallmarks of centuries of great music. Includes: Ain't No Sunshine • Blackbird • Don't Stop Believin' • Dust in the Wind • God Only Knows • Kiss from a Rose • Time in a Bottle • What's Love Got to Do with It • You Can't Hurry Love • and more.