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Exploring Piano Classics Technique Lev 1
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Exploring Piano Classics Technique Lev 1

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Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Nancy Bachus
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade 1
Catalog # 31348

Price: $9.99

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Exploring Piano Classics Technique Lev 1 Composed by Nancy Bachus. For Piano. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 31348, UPC: 038081334912)

The Exploring Piano Classics: A Masterworks Method for Developing Pianists series pairs motivating performance repertoire with thoughtful technical studies. Each level contains a Repertoire book with CD and a Technique book, both with convenient page-by-page correlations. When used together, the books give students a deep understanding of the art of music, performance practices, and the necessary skills to play the piano with technical highly structured program of technical development. They include basic keyboard patterns (five-finger patterns, scales, chords, cadences, and arpeggios in the major and minor keys found in the Repertoire books), exercises and etudes, and other necessary technical drills for mastering each piece in the Repertoire books. Suggestions for efficient practice are also included.

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