Pauline Hall: Piano Time 2

Books | Piano

Author: Pauline Hall
Series: Piano Time
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

Piano Time is a hugely successful series for all young beginners, from the very first lesson up to around grade 3. With a complete range of carefully paced and attractive books - tutors, books of pieces of all kinds, duets, and technique books - Piano Time is a highly enjoyable way to learn the piano.

Piano Time 2 builds on the techniques acquired in Piano Time 1, extending the range of notes and time signatures and including tones and semitones, chords and triads, arpeggios, major and minor scales, and keep-fit exercises for the left hand. It also introduces simple pedalling, new signs and symbols, and pieces to help players get around the whole keyboard. With a host of attractive pieces in all styles, a gradual pace to suit all players, and many wonderful illustrations in full colour, this is a superb tutor book for all young musicians.

ISBN: 9780193727861
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 05 August 2004
No of pages: 48
Language: English
Catalogue No: 3727862

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        Pauline Hall: Piano Time 2 (2004 Edition) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        Scores 9.2 out of 10 based on 20 reviews
        8 out of 10


        GB Piano teacher
        Great for young beginner aged about 11/12 years. The book is methodical and quickly progresses the player.
        Not really.
        Confirmed purchase: 03 January 2017
        Published on: 22 January 2017
        10 out of 10


        Salisbury GB
        A good book for moving pupils forward. I am currently using it for two pupils who have just taken the prep test and I wanted a book to progress them towards grade 1. This appears to be exactly what this does, including scales etc!
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        Confirmed purchase: 20 January 2016
        Published on: 06 February 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        I am learning to play, and find these books far less patronising than the adult versions, overall very good and very easy to use!
        Anonymous - (Torquay, United Kingdom)
        This is a good book to work through as the first book doesn't quite get the student up to Grade 1 standard even though the last piece is quite hard. This book goes down a gear and starts with an easy one and then carries on with all the theory needed for Grade 1 and also scales in two octaves. Minor keys are also covered towards the end and I think any student attempting Grade 1 after finishing this book would be very well prepared.
        Anonymous - (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
        Great fun book with colourful pictures. Lovely pieces both modern and well-known, with some pieces adapted by famous composers. Ideal for grade 2 standard.
        Anonymous - (Wakefield, United Kingdom)
        I have used this series now for five years and still find it appealing to teach from. I have swapped onto other series to give them a try, but always come back to piano time. Great new beginners at the upper primary age and older.
        Anonymous - (Barcelona, Spain)
        This attractive book entices learners of all ages with the use of both well known pieces and colourful illustrations. It follows smoothly from Book 1 in preparation for entering exam grades if desired.
        Anonymous - (Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom)
        Great tutor book for my younger pupils. The learning experiences move at a logical pace through the book. I would recommend this to any teacher.
        Anonymous - (Isle of Skye, United Kingdom)
        Solid technique. Another good tutor book.
        Anonymous - (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
        I received the music books in perfect condition and am very happy with the service.
        Anonymous - (Castlederg, United Kingdom)
        Bought this book to compare with Piano Adventures and whilst I'm happy with layout etc, I've decided to use Piano Adventures on this occasion, but wouldn't not use this in future for other pupils.
        Anonymous - (Cardiff, United Kingdom)

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