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Celebrate Piano Lesson & Musicianship 2b

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Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Celebrate Piano
Publisher Stipes Publishing, L.l.c.
Series Celebrate Piano
Catalog # FHM1210

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Celebrate Piano Lesson & Musicianship 2b Composed by Celebrate Piano. For Piano. Published by Stipes Publishing, L.l.c.. (Catalog # FHM1210, UPC: 9780887978456)

Celebrate Piano!® sets young students on the path to lifelong success in music with its innovative approach, exceptional repertoire, and engaging activities. This comprehensive method builds a solid foundation of musicianship, preparing students for the study and enjoyment of a wide variety of musical styles. With Celebrate Piano!®, students are assured a complete, inspiring, and well-rounded music education. Celebrate Piano!® is the first piano method designed to prepare students for the curricula of The Royal Conservatory and the Music Development Program. Selected repertoire from Celebrate Piano!® has been adopted to serve the Preparatory A and B levels, and Levels 1 and 2. Lesson and Musicianship books incorporate repertoire and activities to develop technique, reading and theory, rhythm, aural skills, and creative skills.

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