Right@Sight - Piano Grade 7

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 7 Piano.

ISBN: 9790577083667
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: EP7545

        Right@Sight - Piano Grade 7 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        10 out of 10


        GB I prefer privacy
        Engaging exercises
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 29 April 2015
        Published on: 13 May 2015
        6 out of 10


        Luton GB Private piano teacher
        Well laid out
        the pieces are really too long - and certainly not typical of exam sight reading. Probably won't buy again, but the choice at this grade isn't as great as lower grades!
        Confirmed purchase: 29 January 2015
        Published on: 14 February 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        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)
        Excellent training manual
        Anonymous - (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
        Good tips and advice on sight-reading and what to look for before you begin playing, as well as plenty of pieces in different keys.
        Anonymous - (Littlehampton, United Kingdom)

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