A Dozen A Day Book Five: Intermediate

Books | Piano

Publisher: Willis Music
Author: Edna Mae Burnam
Series: A Dozen A Day
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Pre-practice technical exercises for the piano.
The purpose of this book is to help develop strong hands and flexible fingers. The idea is to learn two or three exercises at a time, which should be played each day before practising. Only when these are mastered should you add another. When all in the first group are mastered, the next group may be introduced. Many of these exercises may be transposed to different keys.
ISBN: 9780711959774
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 64
Language: English
Catalogue No: WMR000440

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        Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        10 out of 10


        Winchester GB
        Very useful for finger strengthening exercises.
        No bad points.
        Confirmed purchase: 28 July 2016
        Published on: 20 August 2016
        8 out of 10


        Bedfordshire GB Piano teacher
        Pupils enjoy these books, especially when they recognise exercises they have practised in their new pieces .
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 24 September 2015
        Published on: 14 October 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        excellent exercises that help note recognition and affirm good fingering techniques.
        Anonymous - (Hungerford, United Kingdom)
        I use the dozen a day for all ages and abilities, basic drawings and easy to follow.
        Anonymous - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
        A simplified but equally effective set of books for the younger student to learn finger techniques.
        Anonymous - (Leeds, United Kingdom)
        This series of practise books is excellent. The length of each piece is short, so the student is not intimidated. The progression of techniques is well compiled. They have a "fun" presentation which is appreciated by both children and adults - including the teacher.
        Anonymous - (BATHGATE, United Kingdom)

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