Ministeps To Music Phase Three: First Chord Practise

Books | Piano

Publisher: Willis Music
Artist: Edna Mae Burnam
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
A progressive step-by-step piano course presenting the rudiments of music in logical order, with gradual and steady progress.
ISBN: 9780711956841
No of pages: 52
Language: English
Catalogue No: WMR000473
 
     
       

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        Ministeps To Music Phase Three: First Chord Practise reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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

        Jocelyn

        Margate GB
        +
        Introduces new notes etc. slowly and is easy for young children to grasp
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 09 January 2017
        Published on: 28 January 2017
        9 out of 10

        Kim

        GB
        +
        A good tutor for teaching legato pedaling and musical terms
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 15 April 2016
        Published on: 30 April 2016
        10 out of 10

        Ros

        Rode GB Piano teacher
        +
        Uses hands together from the very beginning and progresses at a good rate. Consolidating previous learning at every step.
        Beautiful line drawings which some pupils find dated. We have history lessons too!
        Confirmed purchase: 31 January 2014
        Published on: 25 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

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        5
        Book Three of this series is a logical progression from the first two, building on previous material and introducing chords in either hand. 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! 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)