Making The Grade: Grade One (Piano)

Books | Piano

Publisher: Chester Music
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Easy popular pieces for young pianists, selected and arranged by Lynda Frith. Includes Peggy Sue, East Enders, Last Of The Summer Wine and Imagine.
ISBN: 9780711925267
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: CH59253
 
     

      Making The Grade: Grade One (Piano) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      9.5
      Value for money
      9.5
      Overall rating
      9.8
      Scores 9.8 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
      9 out of 10

      Joy

      York GB
      +
      Progression
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 20 March 2017
      Published on: 03 April 2017
      10 out of 10

      Valerie

      Leighton Buzzard GB Experienced Piano Teacher
      +
      This book allows students to become accustomed to changing their hand position whilst playing a piece of music in a progressive way. Some of the pieces only have the right hand changing position, whilst the left hand remains in the same place.
      It would be good to see a newer version of the book progress in a similar way with more modern and up to date tunes. Currently the other versions progress too quickly.
      Confirmed purchase: 12 September 2014
      Published on: 26 September 2014

      Musicroom Reviews

      Rating
      Review
      5
      This is an excellent introductory book for the complete beginner and, although aimed primarily at young children, older students eager to learn the rudiments of piano playing will also benefit from looking at this book Unlike some other books for beginners, which in some cases proceed too rapidly, the pace of instruction is slow. Indeed, all the pieces are in middle C position and by the end of the book a student will have learned nine notes and played over forty little pieces. These include 'Mary had a little Lamb' and 'London Bridge is Falling Down.' Moreover, there are several imaginative theory exercises designed to catch a child's attention, and the book's final strength is the fact that it contains lovely life-like black and white illustrations that can be coloured in for extra creativity. As a piano teacher, I find that the majority of my young pupils prefer realistic illustrations to the monsters and gremlins etc that appear in more recent publications.
      Anonymous - (Sunderland, United Kingdom)
      4
      This book has popular tunes that are very enjoyable to play and suit Grade One for the piano. The tunes are more suitable for adults but the children seem to like them too.
      Anonymous - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)

      Recently Viewed