Michael Aaron Piano Course: Lessons - Grade One


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Piano Solo (PF)
Skill Level: Beginner - Explain this
Series: Michael Aaron Piano Course
Catalogue #: IMP50006
ISBN: 9780898988550
This Item Earns 8 Musicroom Points

Description

Especially designed to create student interest and progress by combining basic elements of piano technique with melody.



Michael Aaron Piano Course: Lessons - Grade One reviews collected by Reevoo

Easy to read
9.0
Quality of content
9.0
Value for money
9.0
Overall rating
9.0
Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
8 out of 10

Jane

Laurencekirk GB
+
popular with young children
gets them playing hands together from day one
slightly dated choice of material
Confirmed purchase: 20 November 2013

Musicroom Reviews


Rating Review
Customer Rating Great piano tutor for beginners! You get through the basic theory and learn to play simple little songs. The book includes a few pages of note reading tests, very sweet melodies that gradually get more challenging so you can improve along the way.
Anon.

Customer Rating My teacher recommended this series to me. I have found book 1 an excellent introduction to the Piano, with music interesting enough to keep the attention of adult beginners (not nursery rhymes), and a gradual introduction of new concepts & increase in difficulty. Looking forward to book 2.
An adult beginner

Customer Rating Not bad. why introduce a new note without prior steps? Why use American terminology? As usual, a good book debased by non-systematic structure. Lessons are to be engaging and this book could have helped. It is still a good tutor book, invitation to the keyboard is a good one too (hard work but thorough). You need a teacher with any tutor book, but this one is a quick study-aid. It MUST be used with other aids. Don't become stilted, boring, bun-in-hair piano teachers!!!!!!!
See more reviews by alastair stuart - (Sunderland, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating As a piano teacher I have found this book to be very good for pupils aged 12 and under. It covers everything pupils need to know starting off and as a teaching tool it is great. The pupils get to play nice pieces early on along with appropriate and usefull exercises. I would recommend using the Michael Aaron piano course for adults for older pupils however, as the content of this book can seem a bit young for older teenagers.
I would also recomment to supplement it with other pieces of a similar standard to give a wider range of pieces in different keys.
Anon.

Customer Rating I find this book very good for students 7+ including adults. Progess made can be very quickly.
Anon.

Customer Rating I have used this publication for 29 years and found it to be based on sound educational principles which assist pupils to make rapid progress.
peterread25@tiscali.co.uk

Customer Rating Dreadful
too many finger numbers and huge print
See more reviews by http://www.piano4solihull.co.uk - (Solihull, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating I have been using this book for over 20 years and find it explains the basics of playing very well. It is easy to use as a teacher and the pupils enjoy it as well. It takes you through the beginning stages well and is great for pupils aged around 10 years.
Anon.

Customer Rating Nice little pieces in this book. As a teacher I often fall back on this one.

The old ones can still be the best - this was first published in 1945
See more reviews by Anne Mackie - (Glasgow, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating This book is great for an adult beginner. It clearly explains the different stages and enables the player to enjoy a range of pieces.
The pupil will have to be learning theory along side this book to understand some of the meanings etc.
I'd recommend this book to any teacher.
Anon.

Customer Rating This was recommended to me by my own piano teacher at Music College over 30 years ago! I have used some of the more modern tutors, but find many of them quite shallow and gimmicky, so I always gravitate back to this one. It provides a good, solid technical and theoretical foundation, which is key to success in learning the piano. All of my students have been well ready for Grade One even before they come to the end of the book. An excellent resource.
See more reviews by A.Davey - (Marlborough, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating This is an excellent tutor - it follows a logical order and explains ideas very well. The only small complaint is that it doesn't appeal to children in terms of appearance as much as other, more colourful books.
Anon.

Customer Rating A good variety of piano pieces attractive and suitable for grade one players.
Anon.

Customer Rating Have used this book for all my pupils over many years. By far the best first piano lessons book for children and adults alike
Anon.

Customer Rating It is very helpful.
Anon.

Customer Rating As it is structured in a way that it is not only helpful to the reader it is very helpful. It is a easy to understand very simple so if you are a beginner it is easy to start.
Tiffin School 4475


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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: Not specified
Format: Instrumental Tutor
Length: 64 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Belwin
Author: Michael Aaron

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