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First Lessons Piano (Bk/CD/Dvd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Per Danielsson
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 99932SET

Price: $14.95

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First Lessons Piano (Bk/CD/Dvd) Composed by Per Danielsson. For Piano. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 99932SET, UPC: 9780786629039)

This beginning piano course introduces children or adult students to basic mus ic notation and helps them build a solid foundation of piano skills. Theory an d instruction appears alongside music examples in an integrated approach to le arning. The play-along CD and DVD will help the student to develop a more musi cal approach and become more secure in both dynamics and rhythm. It is highly encouraged to use the play-along CD as much as possible. The CD and DVD contai ns model renditions of most of the pieces in the book as well as play-along ac companiments to make practicing more fun. After successful completion of this book the student will be well prepared for further piano studies in various st yles of music. DVD 115:00 minutes.
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