Hal Leonard Student Keyboard Guide

| Piano

Publisher: Hal Leonard

This handy reference for beginning students clearly shows the note names and the note positions on the treble and bass clefs. The front of the guide fits behind all 88 keys of any Piano, and the back of the guide is a practice Keyboard. From the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library.

Length: 122cm/4 ft.

ISBN: 9780793578757
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 26 August 2005
No of pages: 1
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00296039
 
     

      Hal Leonard Student Keyboard Guide reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Easy to read
      9.9
      Quality of content
      9.7
      Value for money
      9.9
      Overall rating
      9.6
      Scores 9.6 out of 10 based on 7 reviews
      9 out of 10

      Margaret

      Cirencester GB Piano teacher of many!
      +
      It's clear and simple to read even for very young pupils and it provides a way for starters to check they have the correct notes.
      I frequently guillotine the top bit off as it fits better on many pianos and keyboards.
      Confirmed purchase: 04 January 2017
      Published on: 22 January 2017
      9 out of 10

      Lynne

      Gosport GB Complete beginner in music
      +
      It was purchased for the grandson of a friend and he finds it very helpful.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 14 May 2015
      Published on: 28 May 2015
      10 out of 10

      Demonspeeder

      Cirencester GB piano teacher
      +
      Each key has on it the appropriate stave showing the position of the note. I think it's good for helping pupils to check their notes and encouraging them to read the music. The presentation is clear and uncluttered. It's also good value for money.
      None
      Confirmed purchase: 01 September 2014
      Published on: 15 September 2014

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      5
      Perfect for me, an adult learner. I needed a practice 'dummy keyboard', plus a 'keyboard' chart with all the notes marked. This fits nicely behind the keys of my full-sized computer powered keyboard and is so cheap that I bought two. (I'll use the 'dummy keyboard' side, with no notation whatsoever, as a permanent practice keyboard. I've just got to find a piece of cardboard big enough.....!)
      Anonymous - (Pitlochry, United Kingdom)

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