Hal Leonard Student Piano Library: Piano Practice Games Book 2

Books | Piano

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
A piano method to please students, teachers and parents! The Hal Leonard Student Piano Library is clear, concise and carefully graded. Perfect for private and group tuition.
Piano Practice Games present imaginative ways to introduce pieces in the Piano Lessons Books by co-ordinating theory, technique and creativity with the actual music. Before students read each piece, Listen and Respond activities develop rhythmic and technical co-ordination, and Read and Discover activities reinforce understanding and recognition of musical patterns and symbols. Once students have mastered each piece, Imagine and Create activities expand knowledge of newly-learned concepts.
About this series:
When music excites our interest and imagination, we eagerly put our hearts into learning it. The music in the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library encourages practise, progress, confidence and success.
The series offers: a variety of styles and moods; natural rhythmic flow, singable melodies and lyrics; teacher accompaniments; improvisation; instrumental accompaniments through CD or MIDI files; realistic pacing which is challenging without being overwhelming; clear and concise presentation of concepts which allows room for a teacher's individual approach; uncluttered page layout; basic theory and technique covered.
There are five stages to the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library, each of which is associated with a Piano Lessons Book (and accompanying CD), a Piano Solos Book (and accompanying CD), a Piano Practice Games Book, a Piano Theory Workbook and a set of Music Flash Cards. Practice Record and Teacher's Planner are also available.
ISBN: 9780793584048
Published on: 22 July 1999
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: HLE00298007
 
     

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      5
      Supports the Piano Lessons book very well and helps ensures the student understands, not just learning by rote. It also inspires the imagination, both teacher's and student's
      Anonymous - (Ramsey, United Kingdom)