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Students needing to review and improve their note-naming and interval-naming skills will benefit greatly from these well-prepared Notespeller Books. Each book provides a variety of written activities that reinforce note reading concepts presented in the Lesson Books. Correlates page-by-page with the Lesson Books, but may also serve as an effective supplement to other piano methods.
The two collections include the best of C. H. Trevor's series 'Organ Books 1-6', and are ideal for teaching or for service use. The pieces have been specifically selected with the beginner's needs in mind: a variety of easy and attractive items with simple pedal parts. Each book is arranged in order of difficulty, book one covering grades 2-4, book two grades 5-6.
(Easy Piano Songbook). What child can resist this sweet collection of 6 songs from their favorite movie, including: The Candy Man * Cheer Up, Charlie * I Want It Now * I've Got a Golden Ticket * Oompa-Loompa-Doompadee-Doo * Pure Imagination.
A collection of Einaudi's finest works from every album, transcribed for piano solo.
Practice makes Perfect takes you through all the various aspects of playing your instrument, clearly, helpfully, and progressively. It's full of useful advice, tunes, exercises, practice tips, studies, listening games, and projects about your instrument, designed to show that technique is neither difficult nor boring - but can be fun!
The lush sounds of the season, familiar to many in Dennis Alexander's popular Magic of Christmas duet books, are infused in eight beautiful arrangements of favorite carols. Published in 1990, this collection has been an Alfred top-seller ever since.
Scarlatti's Selected Keyboard Sonatas have been published as part of ABRSM's 'Signature' Series - a series of authoritative performing editions of standard keyboard works, prepared from original sources by leading scholars. Includes informative introductions and performance notes.
Joanna MacGregor's PianoWorld Book 2: Exploring the Piano is a unique way to motivate young pupils to where they won't know they're working hard, and you will never hear them complaining about piano practice again! PianoWorld is a series of story-based tutors that entice pupils into a world of piano exploration. With illustrations by the highly-acclaimed 'Stik', there are colourful characters whose escapades provide the inspiration for new techniques and pieces that will have children and adults chuckling with delight. Games and puzzles galore provide hours of fun at, and away from the piano, and are a valuable built-in revision. Each of the books in the series include catchy pieces in a range of styles. 'Digital dodgems' and 'finger crunchers' provide focused study, while 'technix boxes' give new information such as notes, musical markings and time signatures. A CD is also included with each book, bursting with adventures, pieces, games and accompaniments for an enhanced learning experience. If you want to further your practise of the PianoWorld method, PianoWorld: Exploring the Piano Repertoire Book coincides with Book 2, and PianoWorld: The Great Piano Voyage Repertoire Book coincides with Book 3, but both are great supplements to all the PianoWorld books, and keep the young pianist primed for their next level of learning.
Book 2 continues with 6ths, 7ths and octaves; eighth notes, dotted quarter notes and syncopated notes; sharps, flats and naturals; the keys of C, G and F Major; construction of the major scale, new 'fingered' chords and additional 'single-fingered' chords.
A short easy method for learning to play boogie woogie, designed for the beginner and average pianist. Includes: exercises for developing left-hand bass * 25 popular boogie woogie bass patterns * arrangements of "Down the Road a Piece" and "Answer to the Prayer" by well-known pianists * a glossary of musical terms for dynamics, tempo and style.
"In this book, Barbara Owen has created a rich resource of historical information coupled with strategies for interpreting that information on today's instruments." Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society
..". Barbara Owen has succeeded admirably in distilling three centuries of organ registration practice into a volume less than three hundred pages long.... Anyone with an interest in the history of the organ and its music... will not want to ignore this book." Sixteenth Century Journal
"It is rare to find a book that combines such careful scholarship with a practical focus that makes it accessible to performing musicians as well as research specialists." Notes
"An excellent volume from historical, musical style and interpretive standpoints. Highly recommended for all large academic and professional music collections." Choice
..". recommend this book to all serious organists." The American Organist Magazine
Barbara Owen has prepared the first work to present in a single book the registrational practices of organists from c.1550 to 1800. The four parts of the book move from the Renaissance through the Early, High, and Late Baroque. Each part starts with a brief description of the political and religious climate of the period and the way such factors affected the compositions and the organ-building of the time."
Nineteenth-century French organ music attracts an ever-increasing number of performers and devotees. The music of Cesar Franck and other distinguished composers-Boely, Guilmant, Widor-and the impact upon this repertoire of the organ-building achievements of Aristide Cavaille-Coll, are here explored through stylistic analysis, the study of the compositional process, and the exploration of how ideas about organ technique and performance practice traditions developed and became codified. New consideration is also given to the political and cultural contexts within which Franck and other French organist-composers worked. Contributors: Kimberley Marshall, William J. Peterson, Benjamin van Wye, Craig Cramer, Jesse E. Eschbach, Karen Hastings-Deans, Marie-Louise Jaquet-Langlasi, Daniel Roth, Edward Zimmerman, Lawrence Archbold, Rollin Smith
A group of resourceful kids start "solution-seekers.com," a website where "cybervisitors" can get answers to questions that trouble them. But when one questioner asks the true meaning of Christmas, the kids seek to unravel the mystery by journeying back through the prophecies of the Old Testament. What they find is a series of "S" words that reveal a "spectacular story!" With creative characters, humorous dialogue and great music, The "S" Files is a children's Christmas musical your kids will love performing.
This is Scandanavian romantic composer Christian Sinding's most famous piano solo, with its descriptive broken chord legato accompaniment over the beautiful lyric melody. This edition is nicely laid out, with biographical notes on the composer and detailed performance notes by the editor, Maurice Hinson.
(Piano Solo Personality). The original Einaudi pieces featured in this 64-page collection have been selected for their simplicity and ease of playing. Over the years the distinguished Italian pianist and composer has worked in many different styles, some of them quite challenging for the beginning player. Now pianists at a Grade 2 to 4 level can play some of his most memorable works in their original form. This book includes the pieces Corale, Primavera, Questa Volta, Sarabande and more.
100 compositions, progressively graded for grades 1 through 4, ranging from the works of the great masters to the folk tunes and dances from many countries.
This easy step-by-step method emphasizes correct playing habits and
note reading through interval recognition. Lesson Book 3 introduces
"overlapping pedal"; new time signatures 3/8 and 6/8; and the
primary triads in Major and Minor keys. Concepts include: passing
one under two and one under three; playing major scales in contrary
motion; the chromatic scale; the minor scale.
Piano Star is an exciting series for young pianists, offering a rich selection of new repertoire to help players build confidence and musical skills. Piano Star 2 is at ABRSM Prep Test level and provides alternative repertoire for that assessment and includes compositions by David Blackwell, Edmund Jolliffe, Mike Cornick, Aisling Greally, Christopher Norton, Mark Tanner, Sarah Watts, Alasdair Spratt, Andrew Eales, Heather Hammond, Karen Marshall, Nicholas Scott-Burt, Nancy Litten, Paul Harris, Alan Bullard, and Peter Gritton. Key features of the series: - Solo pieces, plus a number of duets - A rich mix of musical styles, with techniques introduced progressively - Fun extension activities - Beautifully illustrated
As there are several hundred piano studies by Czerny, it might become confusing to attempt to pick out the most effective exercises. To overcome this problem, Heinrich Germer, the original editor, chose those he thought were best. Willard A. Palmer has made several changes to metronome markings, fingerings and pedal indications where he felt certain passages needed clarification.
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