Progressive Electronic Keyboard Method: Book 1

Books, CDs and DVDs / Videos | Keyboard

Series: Progressive
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

Progressive Electronic Keyboard Method: Book 1 is an easy introduction to the electronic Keyboard, which features a carefully graded, lesson-by-lesson method, including over 50 well-known songs.

Progressive Electronic Keyboard Method: Book 1 teaches you how to read and play music and how to use your Keyboard.

Suitable for students of all ages. Includes free set of Keyboard stickers.

ISBN: 9780947183486
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 21 February 2014
No of pages: 60
Language: English
Catalogue No: 090108Y
 
     
       

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        Progressive Keyboard Method: Book 1 (Book/CD/DVD) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Easy to read
        5.0
        Quality of content
        2.0
        Value for money
        2.0
        Overall rating
        1.0
        Scores 1.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
        1 out of 10

        kim

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        not any
        it doesnt attempt to teach chords which any keyboard player needs to understand. Instead it opts fot one finger chords which is an easy option but its not playing keyboard. I wasted my money
        Confirmed purchase: 12 January 2017
        Published on: 31 January 2017

        Dear Kim,

        Thank you for your review which we will of course feedback to the supplier. We do have a 30 day returns policy and money back guarantee.
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        Musicroom Reviews

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        3
        I'm a keyboard teacher and many of my pupils use this book. It's not ideal, but is one of the best on the market. It's well laid out and the progression is good so most beginners don't find it too hard and can move quickly through it. The CD/DVD are good, but there's no option to buy book-only, making it rather costly. Unfortunately, the material is rather old-fashioned, the letter names are written in inhibiting learning to read music, and almost everything starts from C major. So I would only partially recommend it.
        Anonymous - (Sheffield, United Kingdom)

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