Right@Sight - Piano Grade 5

Books | Piano

Publisher: Edition Peters
Series: Right@Sight
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

Sight-reading is one of the most important skills for any musician and should certainly not be seen as a chore for passing exams!
This progressive sight reading course takes a refreshingly direct approach and the helpful and imaginative guidance encourages the student to meet the various challenges they face in and out of examinations.
Becoming a good sight-reader takes practice and regular exercise with Right@Sight will prepare students to tackle whatever music they may want to play.
Designed for students working at Grade 5 Piano.

ISBN: 9781901507324
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
Language: English
Catalogue No: EP7543

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        Glasgow GB
        Guides pupils through learning sight reading skills
        Some exercises are too long.
        Confirmed purchase: 21 October 2014
        Published on: 09 November 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

        Had tried other books with my son, but this one helped much more with the tips and hints that are given.
        Anonymous - (Kingswinford, United Kingdom)
        It is not the first time we use Musicroom and have never been disappointed. Easy to make an order, quick deliveries, good packing. Thank you very much and Happy Christmas to everyone in the Musicroom!
        Anonymous - (Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom)
        These books seem to take pupils through the sight reading process thoroughly and very clearly.
        Anonymous - (Stockport, United Kingdom)
        These sight reading series are great for students! Each page introduces new area to concentrate on - step by step method, asking questions and suggesting what to look out for! At the end of the book, there are sight reading exercises with no help tools, so you can test what the students have learned and do they now think for themselves. Each Grade is of a higher standard than the book states, so the students are over-prepared for the Grade that they are about to take.
        Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)

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