John Thompson’s Easiest Piano Course: First Scales & Broken Chords

Books | Piano

Publisher: Willis Music
Format: Sheet Music | Songbook

The John Thompson First Scales & Broken Chords exercise book is an easy and fun way to introduce scales and broken chords to a young beginner at Grade 1 standard. Compatible with ABRSM, Trinity and Guildhall Piano Grade 1.

The exercises contained within the First Scales And Broken Chords book have been specially created and graded to be used with the renowned John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course, with fun characters, full colour, and large type to make playing and practising as fun as possible.

The book is a fantastic introduction to scales, keys and broken chords making this perfect for pupils reaching part two, three or four of the Easiest Piano Course. Not only this, but the content is relevant to the ABRSM, Trinity and Guildhall Piano Grade 1 exams, including the crucial information in a fun presentation.

Learning scales and broken chords is crucial for developing basic technique, and improves smoothness, confidence as well as aural awareness. If you are working through John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course, or towards the ABRSM, Trinity or Guildhall Grade 1 exams, the First Scales & Broken Chords book is the perfect way to prepare.

ISBN: 9781783054701
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 27 February 2014
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: WMR101343
 
     
       

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        Clear notation ,the accompaniment.Easy to use .My granddaughter is already almost teaching herself.
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        Confirmed purchase: 20 July 2017
        Published on: 03 August 2017