The Complete Piano Accordion Tutor

Books | Accordion

Publisher: Faber Music
Author: Ivor Beynon
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
This tutor book has been written for general use and is suitable for beginners and players up to intermediate standard, although material has also been included which will be of benegit to those beyond this grade. Care has been taken to introduce sufficient theoritical information necessary to give a sound musical grounding, as well as the techniques required to play the instrument, and each chapter, complete in itself, contains practical material relating to the theoritical text.
Most of the pieces are classical in content but some arragements of standard popular songs have been included which show the wide range of music suitable for the accordion.
ISBN: 9780571526598
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 28 February 2002
No of pages: 98
Language: English
Catalogue No: 0571526594

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      Scores 7.0 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
      6 out of 10


      Edinburgh GB
      seems well judged in difficulty. Clear and reasonable variety of exercises.
      As I already play the piano, I have to skip the basic music info. Rather old fashioned!
      Confirmed purchase: 27 July 2016
      Published on: 01 October 2016
      10 out of 10


      Nelson GB I'm an absolute beginner.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Haven't found any yet. I'm a beginner.
      Confirmed purchase: 22 March 2016
      Published on: 05 April 2016
      5 out of 10


      St. Ives, Cambridgeshire GB
      Theory content is good
      It is a book for teachers to instruct students rather than a book for self teaching.
      Confirmed purchase: 01 February 2016
      Published on: 16 February 2016

      Musicroom Reviews

      I am using this book in conjunction with the Sedlon method to give me variations on exercises and a different angle of explanation as I do not have a teacher. I have not completed the book but it appears to be comprehensive and methodical with a good variety of short pieces to learn gradually as my skills improve.
      Anonymous - (Sandhurst, United Kingdom)
      Knowing how to play the piano already this book is excellent for seeing the visual difference on paper between the two instruments.
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