A Dozen A Day: Book Three - Transitional Edition (Book And CD)

Books and CDs | Piano

Publisher: Willis Music
Series: A Dozen A Day
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Now available as a book and CD edition.

Pre-practice technical exercises for the Piano.

The purpose of this book is to help develop strong hands and flexible fingers. The idea is to learn two or three exercises at a time, which should be played each day before practicing. Only when these are mastered should you add another. When all in the first group are mastered, the next group may be introduced. Many of these exercises may be transposed to different keys.

The accompanying CD is a wonderful tool for enhancing these exercises with highly acclaimed midi-orchestrated backing tracks - learning becomes so much fun!

Each track is split to enable the pupil to hear both Piano part and accompaniment is the balance is centred, the accompaniment without the Piano is the balance control is all the way to the left, and the Piano part alone if it is all the way to the right!
An ideal accompaniment to practice.
ISBN: 9781847726438
Published on: 02 June 2008
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: WMR100991
 
     
       

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        10 out of 10

        Michelle

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        I was surprised by my daughter's enthusiasm to get going with this book and the exercises within it, but she has taken it on board and doing her warm ups at the start of her piano practice sessions. I'm sure the precision and speed of her playing has improved as a result.
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        Confirmed purchase: 07 October 2014
        Published on: 22 October 2014