Play Piano! Teenage - Book 1

Books and CDs | Piano

Publisher: Kevin Mayhew Ltd.
Author: Alan Haughton
Series: Play Piano!
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
When Play Piano! was released in January 2006, piano teachers liked the format so much, countless requests for a version for teenagers were received – so here it is!

Play Piano! Teenage Book One features the same fun, systematic and educational approach as the original, but it is styled specifically with teenagers in mind – a first for such a piano course.

Stimulating exercises reinforce topics, lessons and concepts all in this laid-back yet effective method.
ISBN: 9790570247233
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: MAY3612129

      Play Piano! Teenage - Book 1 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Easy to read
      Quality of content
      Value for money
      Overall rating
      Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
      8 out of 10


      Eastbourne GB
      Introduces note values and rh notes fairly quickly. Lh only c and g for quite a few pages but this does mean playing pieces hands together confidently.
      No introduction to sharps or flats.
      Confirmed purchase: 16 February 2018
      Published on: 04 March 2018
      7 out of 10


      GB Teacher
      This tutor is well suited to early teens and comes with a cd. A more modern tutor than some others
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 14 September 2016
      Published on: 30 September 2016
      8 out of 10


      Cardiff GB Music teacher
      Lots and lots of simple pieces in fixed hand positions to really nail basic reading and hands together co ordination before moving on to varying positions.
      Nothing really
      Confirmed purchase: 20 March 2014
      Published on: 20 June 2014

      Musicroom Reviews

      A good book for this age group and even the adult beginner.
      Anonymous - (Dewsbury, United Kingdom)
      I was most impressed - it is the first time I have bought music supposedly geared towards a teenager & thought the choice of repetoire was ideal.
      Anonymous - (Bideford, United Kingdom)
      This book is ideal for teenage beginners who want to learn piano without being patronised by cartoon pictures on every page. It introduces notes in both hands within the first few pages. Key signatures and accidentals aren't covered until the second book. It teaches thoroughly but might not satisfy a fast learner.
      Anonymous - (Southampton, UK)

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