Fun Club Piano Grades 0-1

Books | Piano

Publisher: Kevin Mayhew Ltd.
Author: Alan Haughton
Series: Fun Club
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Fun Club Piano is our first series of books from the well-known and very popular composer Alan Haughton, and offers appealing, between-the-grades pieces, to play between exams. There's even a real club for pupils to join where they can receive free goodies. Alan Haughton studied piano at the royal academy of music and spent many years in education where he became deputy headteacher and co-ordinator of music. Having left mainstream teaching, he has become established as a well-known and successful composer of music for the early grades, his music being published by the Associated Board and OUP. Many of his pieces are set for associated board exams.
ISBN: 9790570242269
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
No of pages: 24
Language: English
Catalogue No: 3611761

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        Manchester GB piano teacher
        Lots of fun pieces to play and appeal to pupils.
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        Confirmed purchase: 16 May 2016
        Published on: 09 June 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        A super selection of pieces,that are fun to play. There are a range of musical styles boogie,swing,reggae and an Irish jig. Great sight reading practice for pupils at higher grades.
        Anonymous - (Urmston, United Kingdom)
        This is a fabulous collection of pieces, ideal for using with children. They really are fun pieces and inspire enthusiasm, and sound very good considering the level of playing required for them. Although the book suggests the pieces are for Grades 0 to 1, I have been using them as a bit of light relief after my pupils take their Grade 1, and I would say that some of the pieces at the end of the book are probably more towards Grade 2 standard. I love nearly all the pieces in this book!
        Anonymous - (Halifax, United Kingdom)

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