It's Never Too Late... To Play Piano (New Edition)

Books and CDs | Piano

Catalogue No: 0571520707
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
More and more adults are making the positive decision to take matters into their own hands and learn the Piano, and Pam Wedgwood presents this comprehensive tutor method, divided into bite-size chunks.
  • Covers the essential music theory and technical skills you'll need to give you confidence and set you on your way
  • Contains a wealth of music to play and enjoy, from Wedgwood's own pieces to well-known classics and pop tunes
  • Packed with useful information presented as top tips and fact files with generous teaching advice included in 'Pam's noticeboard'
  • Fascinating facts on the great composers and their music, with recommended listening to broaden your knowledge
  • Accompanying CD features interactive activities and a huge range of backing tracks to make even simple pieces sound great!

This learn-as-you-play method provides all the motivation you'll need to make learning fun!
ISBN: 9780571520701
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 16 June 2006
No of pages: 80
Language: English
Publisher: Faber Music

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        It's Never Too Late... To Play Piano (New Edition) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        Scores 8.3 out of 10 based on 12 reviews
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        I put large print music books into google, and this came up , so I ordered, and was really disappointed when i opened it.

        Have you arranged my refund yet? I hope so.

        Confirmed purchase: 12 January 2017
        Published on: 30 January 2017

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        7 out of 10


        Southampton GB
        Easy to follow
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        Confirmed purchase: 20 August 2015
        Published on: 03 September 2015
        10 out of 10


        Halesowen GB If they wish
        Ideal for all ages.
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        Confirmed purchase: 27 July 2015
        Published on: 10 August 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        This is an excellent tutor for adult beginners - I am using it with my two adult beginners at the moment. the CD backing tracks with jazzy rhythms etc make the early exercises much more enjoyable. The only question I would have is why semi quavers are only introduced right at the end of the book (when early theory books introduce them at the beginning)
        Anonymous - (Dover, Kent)
        I am using this Tutor book for the first time with a nineteen year old absolute beginner. I think it is great! It ticks all the right boxes for both of us. I like it because it teaches right hand then left hand separately before progressing to both hands together. My pupil likes it mainly because of the accompanying CD. It gives him the opportunity to listen and then correct - obviously teach to attempt before listening.
        Anonymous - (Thornton-Cleveleys, United Kingdom)
        Excellent book for adults. Easy to follow and progress is rapid. Only one criticism - a few suggestions in the book are perhaps a little childish for adults. However I would highly recommend this book.
        Anonymous - ()
        This is a really useful book for the older beginner who wants to learn fast. My one criticism is that not all the historical information is accurate - a shame in an otherwise brilliant book.
        Anonymous - (Christchurch, United Kingdom)
        This is an excellent book for the older adult beginner. It has a comprehensive collection of pieces which appeal to the more mature student.
        Anonymous - (Urmston, United Kingdom)
        I find this particularly good for older beginners. I teach in two high schools, so I use it frequently. Its main virtue is that it moves forward in easy steps. My only real criticism is that the print is somewhat small. Otherwise - pretty good.
        Anonymous - (Hythe, United Kingdom)
        For an adult learning to play the piano this book is proving excellent. A slow, but not too slow, start to ease you into it. The accompany CD really helps with the timing and challenges you to play alongside other music. Really enjoying learning using this book/CD and would therefore, highly recommend!
        Anonymous - (Romsey, United Kingdom)
        This is a brilliant book for adult beginners. I purchased it as an aid to teach my first adult pupil and am so impressed. It is very easy to understand, without being patronising in the least and guides the adult from absolute beginnings, to around grade 2 in very easy stages. The CD which accompanies this book is a real asset in training the learner listen for the beat and to play along with some fun tunes. It helps make the early exercises, when only one or two notes are used,great fun and much less tedious! Throughout the book are little snippets of musical history, 'top tips' and notes to build up a fact file. I strongly recommend this book.
        Anonymous - (Kelso, United Kingdom)