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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Berlin/Markow
Publisher Frederick Harris Co.

Price: $11.95

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Catalog #4S0

UPC code: 9780887977893

This graded series of eleven books, covering beginner to advanced levels, develops comprehensive reading ability and musical understanding. Assignments are organized into daily sight-reading and ear-training exercises to facilitate regular practice at home. Original examples have been specifically composed for Introductory through Book 4; Books 5 through 10 feature excerpts from standard repertoire in a variety of styles and textures. This proven series offers an effective way to prepare students for the requirements of many assessment systems including: RCM Examinations (meets the Piano Syllabus, 2008 Edition requirements). The Introductory Book includes clapping or humming of rhythms; reinforcement of fingering, name, and location of notes through single-note exercises; and reinforcement of intervals and patterns through short five-finger melodies.

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