Progressive Electronic Keyboard Method For Young Beginners: Book 3

Bog og CD | Keyboard

Author: Gary Turner
Format: Bøger | Instrumentskole

Progressive Electronic Keyboard Method For Young Beginners: Book 3 contains very easy arrangements of favourite children's songs.

Extends the range to 11 notes, including sharps and flats. Introduces eight new chords, with both easy and fingered chord shapes, including sevenths and minors.

Beautifully illustrated throughout in full colour.

Songs include Diddle Diddle Dumpling, Little Brown Jug, There's a Hole In the Bucket, Pop Goes the Weasel and many more.

Video for all exercises available for free online.

ISBN: 9781864692808
Skill Level: Begynder Explain this
Udgivet på: 21 februar 2014
Sideantal: 36
Sprog: Engelsk
Katalognummer: 108655B
 
     
       

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        Madge

        Sheffield GB Piano teacher, slightly bonkers!
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        Nicely illustrated and clear
        Good introduction to sharps and flats
        Note names are written in meaning the student does not learn to read music properly
        Tunes are a bit dated
        Book 3 of this series is a big step up from books 1 and 2 and the pieces are not very well graded
        The CD is too fast
        Bekræftet køb: 06 januar 2014
        Udgivet den: 28 juni 2014

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        3
        This book is lovely and colourful for young children. But, it is a big step up from books 1 and 2 in this series. Too many chords are introduced, and a lot of new keys (G, F and D majors, G and D minors) with not enough explanations or examples in each key. My pupils who have used this book found it hard. Also, letter names of notes are written in, inhibiting proper music reading. I use it with my pupils when they have done books 1 and 2 and Supplementary Songbook A, for want of a better alternative, but I supplement it with other material too.
        Anonym - (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is an excellent book - so colourful and so easy to follow and use. Thank you so much.
        Anonym - (Kinlochleven, United Kingdom)