Ann Bryant: Keyclub - Book One

Books | Piano

Publisher: Faber Music
Series: Keyclub
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
At last a piano course that's up to date, fun to use and packed with pieces to play, things to do and stickers to stick! The KEYCLUB Course takes place in Keyland - a magical fantasty world of characters and places. KEYCLUB however, is more than just a piano course. It's a real kids' club that every young person can join!
ISBN: 9781859095898
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 28 February 2002
No of pages: 50
Language: English
Catalogue No: 0571531989
 
     
       

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        Ann Bryant: Keyclub - Book One reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        8.8
        Value for money
        8.5
        Overall rating
        8.8
        Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
        8 out of 10

        Susan

        Cardiff GB
        +
        Brings hands together from the start. Good progression.
        Children love the stickers.
        Not always the most tuneful pieces
        Confirmed purchase: 22 August 2017
        Published on: 05 September 2017
        8 out of 10

        S J

        GB
        +
        Very good introduction to piano for young beginners.
        Needs a picture showing correct hand position.
        Confirmed purchase: 11 September 2015
        Published on: 26 September 2015
        9 out of 10

        Kathtyn

        Rugby GB Piano teacher and mum
        +
        Love this book. Introduces both hands straight away and has some hands together elements from an early stage. I like how it moves away from 'home' position in a very straightforward way.
        Nothing bad really but for some pupils it might move too quickly. The older beginner might find the pictures too 'babyish'.
        Confirmed purchase: 03 June 2015
        Published on: 17 June 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

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        Review
        4
        A Fantastic book for the young, however, I was displeased at the author’s meaning of Mezzo Forte; apparently the definition is ‘Play Normal’, which is rather misleading, in my opinion, but yet the definitions for Forte and Piano were correct. Whilst this issue is minor and easily corrected, I do feel that regardless of age, information should be presented accurately, otherwise confusion is likely to occur at a later date.
        Anonymous - (Barnsley, United Kingdom)
        5
        My 5 year old loves this book, which makes it much easier to get him to play. I'd taken no notice of the stickers at the back but he found them and is happily using them to mark how far he has got through the book. Would recommend for young learners, as it is too young for my 8 year old.
        Patricia - ()

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