Hal Leonard Adult Piano Method: Book 1 - Lessons, Solos, Technique & Theory (Book/Online Audio)

Books and Digital Audio | Piano

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

The Hal Leonard Adult Piano Method has been devised specially for the older beginner, offering direct tuition with engaging music to inspire your first steps into Piano playing.

  • Combine lessons, solos, technique and theory
  • Moves comfortably through new concepts and material
  • Encourages the student to become immediately engaged in playing the instrument
  • Material is well-planned and free of technical jargon
  • Provides opportunities for student improvisation
  • Beautifully-realised teacher duets and richly-orchestrated online accompaniment tracks provide a rewarding musical experience.
ISBN: 9781423417606
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 24 August 2006
No of pages: 96
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00298079
 
     
       

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        Hal Leonard Adult Piano Method: Book 1 - Lessons, Solos, Technique & Theory reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Easy to read
        9.3
        Quality of content
        9.5
        Value for money
        9.8
        Overall rating
        9.6
        Scores 9.6 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
        9 out of 10

        Sarah

        London GB Piano teacher of adults
        +
        It's a very intuitive method, and because it is the sum of a few people's ideas put together, it covers all types of adult learner.
        The Americanisms can be a little annoying sometimes.
        Confirmed purchase: 18 September 2017
        Published on: 03 October 2017
        10 out of 10

        Giota

        GB
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        All in one book.
        Student improvisations on the taught topic.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 30 August 2016
        Published on: 22 September 2016
        10 out of 10

        Julie

        Kettering GB Piano teacher
        +
        I use this book with adult beginners and find it progresses really logically. My students love it.
        The duet accompaniments are in very small print and not always easy to read. Why not make the pupil printing slightly smaller and increase the size of the duet music?
        Confirmed purchase: 30 December 2015
        Published on: 10 May 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

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        4
        The book arrived promptly and in excellent condition. I am now using it for piano lessons and I am finding it very easy to follow and just the thing for a total beginner.
        Anonymous - (Hayling Island, United Kingdom)
        4
        I am only part of the way through the book, but as a complete beginner I like the way the book encourages creativity by simple improvisations along with the backing CD from very early on. I have used the backing and a metronome to practice with and having the backing CD is definitely better. This is a good book for adult beginners.
        Anonymous - (Beith, United Kingdom)
        4
        Rien de particulier pour le titre. La méthode est originale attractive et ludique
        Anonymous - (ST CYR L 'ECOLE, France)
        5
        An excellent book for pupils who need to learn how to play in a steady manner, whilst still making good progress. This book has beautiful pieces with lovely accompaniments, I use it all the time for teaching pupils.
        Anonymous - (Maidstone, United Kingdom)
        5
        As a music teacher I have found this book refreshingly brilliant! The pages are well laid out, there are pieces with teacher accompaniment and theory is integrated and relevant to the pieces plus lots more. Loved the first book so much I bought all 5.
        Anonymous - (Felixstowe, United Kingdom)
        3
        Nicely presented book but...In the accompanied pieces (most of them), not happy about students having to move up an octave on the keyboard, but still read notes for an octave down. If anyone moves place to accomodate 2 people on the keyboard, shouldn't it be the teacher? Could potentially be v confusing for new students!
        Anonymous - (Hove, United Kingdom)
        5
        Highly recommended, I have used this with great success with both teenage and adult pupils. The content is varied and interesting from the easiest pieces. The progression is steady and very well thought out, covering all the techniques needed to become a competent pianist. Unlike most other piano methods, the Cds are well-recorded, take the music at a sensible tempo.
        Anonymous - (Wales. United Kingdom)