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Me And My Piano - Part 1


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Our Price: £5.99    Change Currency
Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Piano (PF)
Series: Me And My Piano (Faber)
Catalogue #: 0571532004
ISBN: 9780571532001
This Item Earns 10 Musicroom Points

Description

Fanny Waterman and Marion Harewood. The book all piano teachers have been waiting for, designed specially for the needs of the younger beginner. Full colour illustrations throughout.



Me And My Piano - Part 1 reviews collected by Reevoo

Easy to read
9.0
Quality of content
8.8
Value for money
8.6
Overall rating
8.8
Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
8 out of 10

Melanie

Brighton GB
+
Easy to teach from
There are a few fingering mistakes.
Confirmed purchase: 05 December 2013
Published on: 02 July 2014
8 out of 10

Anthony

Shalford Guildford GB
+
Attractive artwork. Large notes. Simple easy to recognise tunes.
Not enough material at each level .More needed for sightreading practice
Confirmed purchase: 14 May 2014
Published on: 23 June 2014
10 out of 10

reid

Bromley GB
+
This is yr best piano method book or beginners the layout is great and it's colourful. It has great accompaniments and lots of information. Also includes a music theory page. Love this book.
None
Confirmed purchase: 27 February 2014
Published on: 21 June 2014

Musicroom Reviews


Rating Review
Customer Rating I am about to buy this book for the third time in a couple of months, for another keen young pupil. It is excellent, moving the young pianist on steadily but ensuring they are given plenty to keep them interested. This is definitely a case of an old favourite which goes on and on!
claire

Customer Rating I have used this book and really don't like it. The left hand isn't introduced until half way through, though you could work from the beginning and the middle simultaneously. The book jumps from tunes of 1 or 2 lines to a tune of 4 lines, which also starts on an anacrusis and has awkward intervals for small hands - it's much more difficult than the material which follows it. The puzzles are way too hard for the age group for which it is intended and look very daunting - double pages with a lot on them. I much prefer Pauline Hall's Tunes for Ten Fingers as a starter for roughly the 5-7 year old average pupil. These are very logical in sequence and have more interesting material.
See more reviews by Suepea - (Ashford, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating Definitely the best book on the market for junior piano students from ages 4 upwards. Easy to understand and nicely paced for the young student. The monkey puzzles are fun. I use this in combination with Lina Ng's Theory sticker book.
See more reviews by www.se22piano.co.uk - (London, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating This is a simple well laid out tutor book. The melodies are also easy for children to sing as they play which is great at this early level. The right hand is covered first,there's a puzzle page midway going over notes learnt etc then the left hand is dealt with.
I tend to use this book on the youngest children i teach of 6 to 7 years.
Sarah in Plymouth Devon

Customer Rating I have tried various piano books for young students, in fact I think I have now tried everything on the current market. This is by far the best! The pieces are not too long which means that children with no prior musical knowledge can work through this at their own pace, while gifted children will get through it quicker while still being taught everything they need to know. I would recommend this to any teacher or student.
See more reviews by Wendy - (United Kingdom)

Customer Rating My daughter is 9 yrs old and plays the violin but wanted to learn piano as well. Being rather pushed for time to teach her, I bought this and left her to it. She has worked her way through it quite happily and is now onto the second book. It is a little too easy for her age but has encouraged my son, who is 7, to play also. He was put off by other books that looked too difficult but was much more willing to try this because he said it 'looked fun instead of difficult'. My only complaint is that the book begins as many do, with the student being taught rhythm and note length with only one note, which is somewhat painful for the rest of the household to listen to. The book itself has nice clear colour pictures, none of the scribbly cartoons so often found in piano tutor books. The theory explanations in little info boxes are concise and in language easily understandable for children. Some assistance may be required with the puzzle pages for music novices or very young children.
Anon.

Customer Rating I have been using this Tutor book for several years. I find it ideal for younger beginners. I do however supplement the earlier pages with my own work produced on a computer programme I have installed. For example - the second note taught is middle D. However its examples contain Middle C as well. For some pupils this is too much. I therefore produce a full sheet of D notes (set to simple rhythms) before tackling the set page. I have never had any negative comments regarding this book.
Anon.

Customer Rating Excellent for beginners as pupils can work through the book quite quickly with a sense of achievement and sustained interest.
Peach

Customer Rating The best beginners' piano book around! I learnt from it and now use it for all of my pupils. The tunes are more interesting than many beginners' books and the cartoons and theory are engaging for young children without being patronising and over-simplified.
See more reviews by Ally - (Essex, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating Brilliant 1st keyboard/piano book for the young player. Lovely drawings to keep them interested and fingerings in step by step arrangement.
Every sort of tune is catered for and even if the child doesnt know it they will love them all!
Anon.

Customer Rating An ideal tutor for the younger beginner. Notes are introduced progressively in separate hands and moves steadily on to playing hands together towards the end. The pictures bring much delight too and the theory pages help consolidate what is being learnt practically.
Anon.

Customer Rating great book to start learning piano
Anon.

Customer Rating I find this an excellent first tuition book for beginners whether younger or older children, and I have even used it with adults.
See more reviews by Mrs Piano - (Warrington, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating I have been using this with my own daughter since she was 4.5, and am now using it with all my younger pupils.
It is a great introduction both to music theory and the piano, and the use of colours for each of the notes is very helpful with non-readers or only-just-readers!
The style is jolly and the words to the tunes are fun to sing along with.
The only downside I can see is that is very repetitive for the first few weeks, which drives the listener slightly mad. The fact that there are books of duets and other books that go along with this book also make it a useful learning tool.
I would think that this book would be great up to around junior school age, when it may be a little bit "below" the rising 8s. When I have tried it with any older pupils I will let you know, but at present they are all around 5 or 6!
JingleJangles

Customer Rating Ideal first piano book for son aged 11 as encourages use of both hands simultaneously while easy enough to master each tune.
See more reviews by segelene - (Ipswich, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating I usually use Pauline Hall's piano material for teaching little children and it works great but bought this after one of my students was not so taken by "Tunes for 10 fingers'. This book provides duets - each piece can be played by the student and the teacher (or parent) and it worked amazingly, this particular student started to enjoy playing more and more, also playing together makes them keep a steady beat.
Anon.

Customer Rating Pro: Great for young beginners. My students love this book. Easy step by step.
Con: None
See more reviews by - (Wembley, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating Excellent book for beginner students, this book brings the two hands together relatively quickly. The book is also colourful and engaging. Only downside is that the notes are numbered and I prefer that my students learn to read the notes not the finger numbers.
Niamusic

Customer Rating very good book.Taking you through step by step.
jules

Customer Rating This is a great book to start your piano study.

Anon.

Customer Rating Very good tutor. Easy to follow and liked by the children. I find that the boys like this book more than the girls.It is a reasonable price and does not fall apart. ie childproof.
See more reviews by polyphonicdes - (Bordon, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating Great book for young beginners. They enjoy the words. Too many finger numbers written in though - I tend to go through and tippex most of them out.
See more reviews by Steffi - (Perth, United Kingdom)


More Product Details

Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: Not specified
Format: Instrumental Tutor
Length: 48 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Faber Music
Author: Fanny Waterman; Marion Harewood

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