Favourite Classic Melodies Primer

Books | Piano

Publisher: Kjos Music Company
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Each volume contains famous literature from the opera, orchestral and piano worlds.
ISBN: 9780849751271
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
No of pages: 24
Language: English
Catalogue No: KJ11821

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      Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
      8 out of 10


      GB Piano teacher in Lancs.
      This is a very useful (albeit slim) volume with well known Classical tunes which many adults find interesting. (I dont find kids getting into it much at all). It is especially useful for adults who are a bit slower to progress than is expected by some tutor books, and gives some short and easy (ABRSM grade 0.2 - 0.4) tunes.
      The art work is rather bland, but may have been aimed originally at kids. But for the price I can't complain really.
      Confirmed purchase: 16 November 2016
      Published on: 30 November 2016
      9 out of 10


      TAUNTON GB teach piano to 90
      This is the 2nd book thst I give to beginner students.
      Begins with the Can Can and has a gentle learning curve. Great value for money.
      If the child is struggling a ltitle then instead of this I use Bastiens Folk Tune Favourites.
      A brilliant starter book for beginner students is Schaum series Green book and for very young stsrtrers or those with learning difficulties I can recommend Playing With Colour book 1.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 19 November 2015
      Published on: 03 December 2015
      10 out of 10


      Taunton GB Music says it all.
      Lovely large print, so easy to read. Very easy arrangements of classical favourites. Such good value for money - I don't feel it's an imposition to ask parents of my students to buy yet another book.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 10 September 2015
      Published on: 29 September 2015

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