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I Can Play Music Keyboard Course (Bk/Cd)

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Voicing/Format Electr
Desc Bk/Cd/Dvd
Publisher Amsco Publications
Series I Can Play Music
Catalog # 14015904

Price: $29.99

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Product Description

I Can Play Music Keyboard Course (Bk/Cd) For Electr. Published by Amsco Publications. (Catalog # 14015904, UPC: 752187995210)

The best-selling Absolute Beginners: Keyboard Course is now available in an Omnibus edition, with both CDs + the DVD and a new full-color interior. The book features color photos and diagrams on every page - teaching the beginner everything from posture and hand position to reading music, playing notes and chords (in both hands,) and much more. Beginners will learn familiar songs such as Skip to My Loy, Ode to Joy, Away in a Manger, Yankee Doodle, and Little Brown Jug, with demonstration and backing tracks on the CDs for each song and most of the lessons. An appendix in the book includes a full-color chord dictionary (with photos and keyboard diagrams,) and more information on scales & intervals. Full-color photos of famous pianists such as Ray Charles, Elton John & Stevie Wonder help to inspire students to continue to learn!

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