John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course: Part 1 - Revised Edition

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Katalognummer: WMR000176
Format: Bøger | Instrumentskole
Kurset er lavet med henblik på, at vise den nemmest mulige måde at lære at spille klaver på, illustreret med en underholdende familie af figurer, for at lægge vægt på det der undervises i. Del 1 helliger sig, at udvikle nodelæsning, noget at det sværeste for børn at lære. Omfattet er med vilje begrænset. Kun fem toner op og ned fra nøglehul-C, og kun ved brug af fjerdedele. Hver bog i kurset indeholder egne skriveøvelser, bladlæsningsøvelser, opsamlingsøvelser, og senere tekniske øvelser. Akkompagnementsstemmer til lærere eller forældre, findes til de fleste eksempler.
ISBN: 9780711954298
Skill Level: Begynder Explain this
Sideantal: 40
Sprog: Engelsk
Forlag: Willis Music
 
     
       

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        10 ud af 10

        Ruth

        Glasgow GB
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        Good book for beginners, no problems
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        Bekræftet køb: 30 november 2016
        Udgivet den: 23 marts 2017
        9 ud af 10

        Caroline

        Worcester GB
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        Clear, easy to follow, fun
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        Bekræftet køb: 17 januar 2017
        Udgivet den: 02 februar 2017
        10 ud af 10

        Gillian

        GB
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        Ive used this series for many years. I particularly like the worksheets in this edition
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        Bekræftet køb: 06 oktober 2016
        Udgivet den: 22 oktober 2016

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        5
        Fantastic for 5 year old beginners...clearly set out large print notation & engaging graphics...completely suitable for KS1 age group.
        Anonym - ()
        3
        This is not a series I particularly like; I feel there is far too much fingering and students who have started using this series adopt a 'playing by numbers' approach where they read finger numbers in order to identify notes rather than reading the notes themselves.
        Anonym - (Wirral, United Kingdom)
        4
        I've given up with all beginner tutors and actually use my own now, but this is definately the best of the rest. Nice big print, very easy for students to read and they all LOVE the monsters! Some of the worksheets are rubbish as the space for the answer doesn't line up with where the questions are but it's good to have integrated theory. I wouldn't bother going onto Book 2 though as it's very uninspiring.
        Anonym - (Wilmslow, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is the best piano tutor book I have found for younger children. It is nice and easy for them to read in large print, moves along at a slow, steady pace with clear explanations. It also gives them a sense of 'completeness' with accompaniments for the teacher to play. I can thoroughly recommend it!
        Anonym - (Littlehampton, United Kingdom)
        5
        Having used this piano method for many years, I have found it to be a comprehensive and fun piano method for young children. This revised edition of the series brings lessons to life with the colour illustrations which highlight useful information. Part 1 guides the student through the demanding nature of reading music and understanding the keyboard. It proceeds at a good pace which allows the student to assimilate the information presented at each stage, and put into practice what is being taught.
        Debbie - (Portsmouth)
        5
        This book was really easy to read, clearly laid out and had a good balance of information per page. A good mix of practical labelling exercises as well as simple tunes. I particularly liked that the left and right hands are introduced from the middle C making it much easier to learn the left hand notes (bass clef) and how they fit with the right (treble clef). My 10 year old step son had it as his first book and to start with I talked him through the pages as he went along. Once he got going he only needed to ask for help avary now and then. He finished the book in a weekend and unprompted, proudly entered his name into the back page certificate and mine as his teacher.
        Anonym - (Tonbridge, United Kingdom)
        5
        I bought this book as I feel it is very suitable for my younger pupils as the notes are introduced gradually with more than a couple of pieces of music to help them learn their new notes.
        Anonym - (Woodford Green, Essex)
        1
        Very out of date - it conveys no idea of recent research in piano pedagogy, keeps children refined in middle C position rather than having freedom to move around keyboard. No creative activities. Too mechanical, eye to finger rather than ear to finger, thus not promoting inner hearing.
        Bev - (Hitchin, United Kingdom)
        4
        Nice, easy to use book with large print and introduce bass and treble clef from the start. However, there is a serious lack of modern, recognisable tunes (Old MacDonald and Yankee Doodle are about the only ones). I would recommend Book 2 but would seriously shy away from the 3rd and 4th parts. The complementary Nursery Rhymes book in the same series makes an excellent companion to this, incidentally.
        Anonym - (Braintree, Essex)
        5
        Perfect for children learning from scratch! Great book!
        Anonym - (London, United Kingdom)
        4
        Good resource especially for a younger pupil
        Anonym - (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
        4
        Excellent, a great title for young students.
        Anonym - (London, United Kingdom)
        4
        Excellent simple beginners book
        Anonym - (Poole, United Kingdom)
        5
        I was taught using this book many years ago and I love it. Im now a music teacher myself and Ive worked from other books in the past I always have come back to John Thompson!
        Anonym - (kilkeel, United Kingdom)
        4
        I've started my 3 year old granddaughter on this book and she is taking to it well. She likes the pictures and seems to enjoy the method of teaching. We are just playing through the exercises at the moment as she is very young
        Anonym - (Brighton, United Kingdom)
        5
        I always use the John Thompson Modern Course for adult students, but it doesn't suit children so I thought I'd try this out and I'm very happy with it! It progresses very gently, with a new note every few pages and constant revision over the notes learnt, whether from reading drills or theory worksheets. The children also love the pictures, of which there are just enough to keep interest without being distracted.
        Joanna - (Fleet, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is a classic first book for youngsters starting to learn the piano. It starts at the very basics and has them playing tuneful songs by the end of book one. I recommend it for any young beginner starting to learn piano or keyboard to supplement the work they will do in their lessons.
        Anonym - (ESSINGTON, United Kingdom)
        1
        Unfortunately I only gave this a 1 star rate due to the paper the tutor is printed on. It's shiny and is very difficult to erase pencil markings on the worksheets - makes for a very untidy page!! Also in Book 1 there is an error on page 19, fourth line down of the third worksheet, the bass clef line, the dashes do not correspond with the notes. Other than this the Book 1 is an excellent introduction to playing the piano for a beginner of any age. I do wish though that when scales are introduced they are introduced in two octaves, a requirement for all examination boards in England. Why has nobody picked up on this? I like the layout of the page, and the useful information and reinforcement of recognizing the notes, but why is there no sign of the song Happy Birthday - this must be the most important song in the whole world, yet very few tutoring books introduce it at an early stage. What a joy for the parent when their offspring can, at the drop of a hat, play Happy Birthday to an Aunt, Grandma, Grandpa etc, get my drift?
        Angela Seager - (Manchester, England)
        5
        My grandson is learning to play the piano at school and this book was recommended. It was very easy to find it on the MusicRoom website and it was delivered in 2 days - excellent service as usual.
        Anonym - (Guildford, United Kingdom)
        5
        Perfect - Exactly what our piano teacher ordered.
        Anonym - (Plymouth, United Kingdom)
        4
        All children learning the piano will enjoy this method. Includes theory exercises, games and great tunes.
        Neil Kent - (Harrow)
        5
        This is a lovely book for young beginners (I use it with 5 - 7 yr olds). It moves along at a steady pace for them and the inclusion of accompaniments not only makes the simpler tunes sound more interesting but also helps the child develop a feel for the beat.
        Anonym - (Widnes, United Kingdom)
        5
        The book was perfect! Just what my son needed to begin learning the keyboard. Very easy to order, item was in stock and arrived within two days, even thou the order was'nt placed until late in the evening!
        Anonym - (Newport, United Kingdom)
        4
        Nice book Fantastic service Quick efficient well packaged
        Anonym - (Lytham St. Annes, United Kingdom)
        4
        I have used this book for over 10 years now and can't seem to find a better all round book for teaching beginner piano!
        Anonym - (Ballymena, United Kingdom)
        3
        I'm not a piano teacher, but my daughter is learning using this series of books and I think that they are quite good. My only grumble is that progress is quite gentle and, as my daughter already has some musical knowledge, she finished the book very quickly. It could prove to be quite expensive if all the books are finished as easily!!!
        Anonym - (Swindon, United Kingdom)
        4
        I used this book when I first started teaching and find it very good at getting students to read music. It has worksheets throughout revising note names and time values, which makes my job a lot easier and also eases them into some music theory. The tunes seem enjoyable to play and the teacher accompaniments make the very basic pieces sound more interesting. A lot of students also like the illustrations. The only problem with this book is that bright students will get through it in a few weeks but it provides a solid grounding in the basics of reading and playing music.
        Anonym - ()
        5
        Big print. Quick to finish so a great reward for any one learning. Lack of dynamics but I add them in towards the end of the book (simple ones like forte and piano).
        Anonym - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
        5
        John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course: Part 1 is a valuable first book for any one, no matter what age,in taking the first, tentative, steps in understanding the piano. It's fun and informative and at a pace any novice can keep up with, it is also recommended by many piano teachers,having used the book I would recommend it unreservedly. Ten stars!
        Anonym - (Watford, United Kingdom)
        5
        I use the John Thompson series for younger children and I find it very successful. I usually take them through the first three books and then decide to move onto a new series.
        Anonym - (Newtownards, United Kingdom)
        5
        I am a piano tutor and we I start a new younger pupil, I always use this book and other books within the series. They are colourful, fun and easy to read. They have a couple of worksheets in to help the pupil develop their understanding. All my students have loved it
        Anonym - (Ashford, United Kingdom)
        4
        I learned to play the Piano with this course and I used it when I started to teach Piano. I remember enjoying it and still have my first book! I now want to teach my own children the basics and I like the look of the 'updated' version. It is well laid out and caters for any speed of progress.
        Mel - (Shetland Isles)
        5
        This is an excellent book for complete beginners for young children. It is colourful with fun pieces, introducing right hand and left hand quite quickly together, which I prefer, rather than establishing right hand, then bringing in left hand ages after.
        Anonym - (Wakefield, United Kingdom)
        5
        I always use this book for my young beginners. It is very good, starting with right hand and very soon left hand, then using both hands in the same piece, so children get used to using both hands.
        Anonym - (Wakefield, United Kingdom)
        5
        As a piano teacher I find this one of the easiest for my new students to follow
        Anonym - (Market Harborough, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent service and the book is ideal for beginners of piano
        Anonym - (Pontypridd, United Kingdom)
        5
        Teach yourself how to read music and learn the Piano. Easy to use and builds up in a sequence that helps progress.
        Anonym - (Maidenhead, United Kingdom)

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