Trinity Guildhall: Student Practice Notebook

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Catalogue No: TG008763
Format: Books | Theory
ISBN: 9780857360175
Published on: 20 April 2010
No of pages: 48
Language: English
 
     

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      Easy to read
      8.4
      Quality of content
      8.9
      Value for money
      9.0
      Overall rating
      8.3
      Scores 8.3 out of 10 based on 9 reviews
      9 out of 10

      Angela

      GB
      +
      There are plenty of pages so I'm hoping they will last about a year. I like the 'days of the week' practice record, with space for parents to sign off/give feedback.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 05 February 2016
      Published on: 19 February 2016
      5 out of 10

      Ni

      Beckenham GB Piano Teacher (school &
      +
      It's ok, It has some good features. Like the part you can tick the days you practice.
      The pages are too small. So there is not enough space to write full detailed information. I prefer to use a notepad.
      Confirmed purchase: 08 April 2015
      Published on: 24 July 2015
      9 out of 10

      Pauline

      Hyde Cheshire GB
      +
      Good little book to make notes and record of any practice which has been done or needs to be done.
      Nothing yet.
      Confirmed purchase: 29 May 2015
      Published on: 12 June 2015

      Musicroom Reviews

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      Review
      5
      At long last I have found a practise notebook which has the information and space I require and it does not fall apart. Being a piano teacher I have tried several of these books with my students and because some of them are young the book tends to get rougher treatment. The product is strong and highly recommended.
      Anonymous - (Bordon, United Kingdom)
      5
      Very useful to keep track of practice sessions
      Anonymous - (Aldershot, United Kingdom)
      5
      Well done, Trinity Guildhall, for producing a no-nonsense practice diary. I haven't used this less expensive choice yet but it looks the best on the market for the purpose. I shall continue to use a more illustrated and colourful notebook for the youngest students, however, but the Trinity Practice Diary gets the thumbs up from this teacher.
      Anonymous - (Falkirk, United Kingdom)

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