Fun For Ten Fingers: Easy Pieces And Puzzles

Books | Piano

Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Fun For Ten Fingers acts as a bridge between Tunes For Ten Fingers, and More Tunes For Ten Fingers, and consists of 21 pieces in five-finger position, each accompanied by humorous verses and delightful illustrations. Everything is kept as simple as possible. An enjoyable, stimulating, and confidence-building experience for children.
ISBN: 9780193727670
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: P2767

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      Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
      9 out of 10


      Canterbury GB piano teacher
      This progresses at a good rate for 7 - 9 year olds, I have had great success with pupils using this method.

      Some lovely pupil/teacher duets.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 11 May 2016
      Published on: 05 October 2016
      8 out of 10


      Ripon GB
      Easy for children to understand
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 14 March 2016
      Published on: 30 March 2016

      Musicroom Reviews

      My 8 yr old daughter is teaching herself to play the piano and has already worked her way through the 1st 2 books in the series. She loves the easy layout and the methodical steps. The bright pictures, questions and games make it engaging and fun for children. Great series of music books for youngsters. She is already looking forward to the next book!
      Anonymous - (Bampton, United Kingdom)
      This book is fun - love the puzzles as do the children; a very easy way of gauging the children's fuller understanding of the notation of music.
      Anonymous - (Huddersfield, United Kingdom)
      Great if the beginner has struggled with book one as this is gentle
      Anonymous - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
      A great book for young players. Colourful and fun to use.
      Anonymous - (Urmston, United Kingdom)
      This is a fantastic little book - a selection of really good short pieces which I use to reinforce reading of the music once we have got close to the end of Tunes for Ten Fingers. It spans TTF and More TTF nicely - its pieces gradually having more sharps and flats to watch out for. I also like that we can try to imagine how a tune about a gymnast, or a snowman might sound and I can encourage even young pupils to add character and dynamics to their playing.
      Anonymous - (Nottingham, United Kingdom)

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