Ministeps To Music Phase Two: Five-Finger Fluency

Books | Piano

Publisher: Willis Music
Artist: Edna Mae Burnam
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Ministeps To Music Phase II, develops the pattern of tuition established in the previous book. The aim is to encourage keyboard facility and promote a sensitive musicality at an inflexibly defined rate of progress.
ISBN: 9780711956834
No of pages: 44
Language: English
Catalogue No: WMR000462
 
     
       

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        Ministeps To Music Phase Two: Five-Finger Fluency reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Easy to read
        10.0
        Quality of content
        10.0
        Value for money
        9.7
        Overall rating
        9.7
        Scores 9.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Simone

        GB
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        Excellent teaching material. Focuses and consolidates learning.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 18 December 2015
        Published on: 07 January 2016
        10 out of 10

        Maya

        London GB
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        Easy to play the notes
        N/a
        Confirmed purchase: 19 October 2015
        Published on: 03 November 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

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        5
        If they have enjoyed book one this book really suits some children. The old fashioned illustrations show life in their grandparents' time but the music is just as good as ever! This scheme brings in playing with two hands very early on, so I tend to use it for young bright pupils.
        Anonymous - (Frome, United Kingdom)
        5
        This second book in the series moves away from the five fingers around Middle C and introduces the C above and below, making for yet more interesting melodies. My students generally progress fairly quickly with this series but it is interesting enough for pupils who struggle as there is a lot of repetition without it being boring. This is a great series of books for younger children as Book 1 begins very simply but has a surprising number of interesting melodies on a limited range of notes. Great duets for the teacher too in Book 1! It uses two hands from the very beginning so the pupil gets used to looking at both staves at once. The downside is the presentation, unless you use it as a history lesson - the series was published in the 1950s and the delightful pen and ink illustrations date from that period!
        Anonymous - (Frome,, United Kingdom)
        5
        Although somewhat dated, this is still an excellent resource to teach beginner piano students. Book 2 takes students into further understanding of basic music theory and playing technique. Playing with hands together is encouraged very early in this series, but this is to the benefit of the student for progression later on. Benefits of this series for teachers: does not rely too heavily on finger numbering throughout the series of books (as others sometimes do), paper is easy to write on to make notes for students, young students can colour in the pictures throughout the book as an additional activity, the books are cheap enough to have a running stock of them for when you take on new beginners.
        Anonymous - (Winterbourne, United Kingdom)