John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course: First Folk Songs

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Publisher: Willis Music
Author: John Thompson
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Fun repertoire for beginning pianists to complement the Easiest Piano Course. A comprehensive collection of 26 songs from around the world, including such favourites as Rio Grande, Men Of Harlech and Sky Boat Song.
ISBN: 9780711962217
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: WMR000550

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        neath GB piano teacher south wales
        Don't be fooled by the cover, this is not just a book for children. The contents are very playable for adult learners too, and are not childish. loads of songs you know and will want to play.
        Cover can be off putting to adults.
        Confirmed purchase: 13 July 2015
        Published on: 07 December 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        This is a useful supplementary book for students at roughly a Grade 1 level. They will probably know some of the songs. Also useful for enjoyable sightreading practice for those at Grade 3 or 4. The songs come from many different countries.
        Anonymous - ()
        Another excellent book produced by these publishers. Very clear print. Some folk songs which are fasmilar and others new. With younger pupils, It is very helpful to sing the tunes as they learn the pieces; therefore the pupils develope the rythmns in their head. Excellant for children and adult early learners.
        Anonymous - (Lanark, United Kingdom)
        This book is perfect for older pupils (e.g. young teenagers onwards). It begins with some very easy pieces and gets harder fairly quickly. It isn't really suitable for small children, but if you're looking for a book that will interest older pupils, this is it!
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