More Tunes For Ten Fingers: A Second Piano Book

Books | Piano

Author: Pauline Hall
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
A steady, unhurried piano tutor, which encourages security at every step. The pieces are entertaining, and backed up by games, theory, puzzles, and duets. The illustrated colourful pictures enhance the musical material, which all young children will enjoy learning from.
ISBN: 9780193727397
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: P2739

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        Scores 9.2 out of 10 based on 15 reviews
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        Highland GB
        works slowly and systematically. Good for younger pupils.
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        Confirmed purchase: 15 April 2016
        Published on: 02 May 2016
        9 out of 10


        yorkshire GB music teacher
        Great illustrations.Clear print, large for smaller children.Moves at a steady pace ideal for young children.
        Would be good to have more tunes using both hands. More teacher accompaniments would be good too.
        Confirmed purchase: 25 January 2016
        Published on: 10 February 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        A good progression from the first book, again with tunes that children will enjoy playing.
        Anonymous - (Penrith, United Kingdom)
        Helpful and fun book for young beginners.
        Anonymous - (Pulborough, United Kingdom)
        I normally use John Thompson's piano course, but i recently started teaching some 5 year olds who were already using this series. I would recommend this series for young children as it gives names to the notes - for example 'doggie d', which the children can really latch on to. I will definately use this series again when i teach younger children.
        Anonymous - (Harrogate, United Kingdom)
        Clearly laid out, nicely illustrated, gentle progression of tunes, some familiar some not.
        Anonymous - (Norwich, United Kingdom)
        An excellent follow-up from 'Tunes for Ten Fingers', this book introduces new concepts slowly and clearly, allowing (particularly the young) pupils to learn steadily and confidently. Nice, singable tunes too!
        Anonymous - ()
        I use this book for children who are learning slowly but positively. It introduces new concepts at a helpful rate and all the children like the pictures and accompanying words.
        Anonymous - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
        Good for small children but lacking in 2 hands together
        Anonymous - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
        This is an excellent follow up to the first book - Tunes for Ten Fingers. The tunes are appealing with fun songs and colourful pictures to keep the pupil entertained. A good mix of technical progression with fun pieces and puzzles and games. Recommended.
        Anonymous - ()
        As always a wonderful book, that teaches small children in a fun way!
        Anonymous - (Harrogate, United Kingdom)
        An excellent follow on from the first in the series. This series are excellent or young begginners, as they provide a fun way to learn and play well known tunes very quickly.
        Anonymous - ()
        A good follow on to book 1 in that it's still providing opportunities for lots of practice in the first hand position. The visual aspects of books 1 and 2 are very good - keeps little ones interested!!
        Anonymous - (Harrogate, United Kingdom)
        This book is very good. It is the second of the ten fingers series and pupils are now looking at rests, dynamics, articulation and chords. The pictures and puzzles within this book make it lively and fun to work through with any pupil.
        Anonymous - (Beccles, United Kingdom)
        This series is great for the beginner. It really helps the younger pupil develop the skills to moves about the keyboard with confidence.
        Anonymous - (Urmston, United Kingdom)
        This follows on nicely from the first book in the series and is great for younger children or pupils who like to progress in small stages; moving quickly through a book. My only reservation with this book is the instruction to say 'shhh' in the crotchet rests. I crossed it out but was not impressed.
        Anonymous - (Kent)