Hal Leonard Student Piano Library: Music Flash Cards Set A

Books | Piano

Catalogue No: HLE00298028
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.
Music Flash Cards supplement the Piano Lessons Books.
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: 9780793586233
Published on: 22 July 1999
Language: English
Publisher: Hal Leonard
 
     

      Hal Leonard Student Piano Library: Music Flash Cards Set A reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Easy to read
      9.6
      Quality of content
      8.8
      Value for money
      9.2
      Overall rating
      8.8
      Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
      7 out of 10

      Lawrence

      London GB Piano/music theory tutor
      +
      My students enjoy using these cards to practise basic music theory, notation reading, and (very) basic rhythm.
      Pretty flimsy. The cards aren't laminated so I foresee them getting grubby and damaged pretty fast. They're all just held together with a couple of rubber bands. But still decent for the price and a useful tool in lessons.
      Confirmed purchase: 05 October 2015
      Published on: 08 November 2015
      10 out of 10

      Nosa

      Tilbury GB
      +
      Very useful
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 05 March 2015
      Published on: 19 March 2015
      10 out of 10

      Linda

      Blackburn GB
      +
      Excellent for young pupils to test themselves at home - and for me to test them in the lesson.
      None
      Confirmed purchase: 04 June 2014
      Published on: 23 June 2014

      Musicroom Reviews

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      4
      All my young pupils have these and love having a Flash Card session during their lesson when appropriate. Particularly good for note recognition, dynamics and rhythmic work.
      Anonymous - (Marlborough, United Kingdom)
      5
      My six year old loves these.
      Anonymous - (Wotton-under-Edge, United Kingdom)
      4
      Very good content and value for money. I agree with the idea of laminating them to make them last longer - I can see the thin paper getting shabby quite quickly. This product loses a star for not having the forsight to think about how much use these cards will get and not laminating them at source. Other than that, a great teaching resource, clearly & logically laid out.
      Anonymous - (Cheshire, United Kingdom)
      4
      A good set of cards, although it would be nice if they were plasticy or laminated, as I can see them getting damaged very easily.
      Anonymous - (Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom)
      5
      An excellent resource
      Anonymous - (Southport, United Kingdom)
      5
      Excellent value. Good quality card, should last. Games fun and educational.
      Anonymous - (Thornton-Cleveleys, United Kingdom)
      5
      I really like the way this book introduces the musical notation bit by bit rather than plonking an entire stave in front of kids right at the beginning. The activites and games are really useful for engaging by 7 year old pupil too
      Anonymous - (Brighton, United Kingdom)
      5
      An excellent way to provide light relief during a lesson for pupils of all ages. They are varied enough to use different ones for weeks to provide variation. Having read the reviews beforehand I bought a cheap laminator and laminated the cards before using them. They will last forever and did not add much to a well priced product.
      Anonymous - (St. Neots, United Kingdom)
      5
      A staple ingredient of Theory lessons! Pupils like the random nature of the questions and the quick-fire answers. Very useful indeed.
      Anonymous - (Wirral, United Kingdom)
      5
      A very useful teaching aid for learning notation. Particularly good are the rhythm patterns to clap.
      Anonymous - (Wallington, United Kingdom)
      4
      Similar to other reviewers, I have laminated the cards. The rhythm cards are especially useful to me as it is easy to create a break in the lesson/practice but at the same time re-enforce the ideas by using clapping, single, and other instruments apart from the main instrument being taught. For little violinists, it would have been nice to see the treble clef leger lines go down to G... But it was easy enough to make my own cards to supplement...
      Anonymous - (Farnborough, United Kingdom)
      5
      Brilliant idea. My teenage daughters 'borrowed' mine to test each other!
      Anonymous - ()
      5
      Fantastic. Easy to use in lessons to test pupils on their theory without being bogged down in books.
      Anonymous - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
      4
      I found these cards really useful for all ages and they make a fun end to the lesson. The cards cater for all ages and levels. Would be good if they were laminated for a longer life but overall a very good buy.
      Anonymous - (Fareham, United Kingdom)