Easiest 5-Finger Piano - Book 1

Books | Piano

Catalogue No: CH84865
Format: Sheet Music | Songbook
Easiest 5-Finger Piano is an exciting new repertoire book for young pianists featuring twelve pop, film and traditional songs that children will want to play, as well as tips and warm-ups designed to help new beginners.

In Book 1, this songbook will introduce players to seating/hand positions and note values, before moving on to the first tunes. As the player progresses, new hand positions will be used, before the hands are brought together.

The songs include pop tunes like Carly Rae Jepsen's I Really Like You and Taylor Swift's Shake It Off, songs from popular films like Let It Go and Everything Is Awesome!, as well as traditional, familiar tunes like Jingle Bells and When The Saints Go Marching In. Each song is in an easy arrangement, with a hand position diagram, valuable tips, fingering guidance and an accompaniment so teachers or parents can play along.

With 12 songs in all, the wide range of pieces in Easiest 5-Finger Piano will appeal to all young beginners, and can easily be used together with any Piano or Keyboard tutors.
ISBN: 9781785582868
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 04 April 2016
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Publisher: Chester Music
 
     

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      10 out of 10

      Yvette

      Swindon GB Teacher/singer/choir director.
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      A fun book with a great selection of tunes that inspires children to have a go.
      I love the accompaniments that enable an adult, or more advanced sibling, to duet with the young student. Wonderfully educational family fun.
      I bought this as a present for my six year old and we are enjoying some quality time together at the piano.
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      Confirmed purchase: 06 December 2016
      Published on: 24 January 2017

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