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It's Never Too Late To Play Piano (Bkcd)
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It's Never Too Late To Play Piano (Bkcd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Wedgwood, Pam
Publisher Faber Music Limited

Price: $16.25

Catalog #0571520707

UPC code: 9780571520701

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Pam Wedgwood, author of the best-selling Jazzin' About and After Hours series, provides an all-in-one piano tutor to help adults achieve their goal of indep endently learning the piano. Organized into slowly progressive units, the tuto r breaks the learning process into manageable sections, covers the essential t heory and technical skills, includes many tips and facts, and presents interes ting information on the great composers and their music, and references the in cluded compact disc for audio examples of the concepts presented. This learn-a s-you-play method covers up to the first two years of study, giving you all th e motivation you'll need to make playing the piano fun! The CD is packed with more than 90 accompaniment tracks as well as interactive activities to enrich practice time. A un

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