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Lesson & Technique Bk Preparatory
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Lesson & Technique Bk Preparatory

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Succeeding At The Pi
Arranger Helen Marlais
Publisher Fjh Music Company, Inc.
Series Succeeding At The Piano
Catalog # FJH2051

Price: $7.95

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Lesson & Technique Bk Preparatory Composed by Succeeding At The Pi. Arranged by Helen Marlais. For Piano. Published by Fjh Music Company, Inc.. (Catalog # FJH2051, UPC: 674398222339)

The Preparatory level Lesson and Technique Book provides students with material that is uniquely balanced musically and pedagogically, while providing a perfect introduction to the piano by laying a strong foundation to build upon. Reading, rhythm, technique, theory, ear training, playing by ear, music history, composition, and wonderful music by multiple composers are seamlessly integrated for a well-balanced music curriculum. Some of the concepts covered in the Preparatory level Lesson and Technique Book include: a natural and perfect hand position; a steady beat; pre-reading and staff reading of notes from Bass C to Treble G; Guide Notes Bass F, Middle C, and Treble G; quarter, half, dotted half, and whole notes; intervals of a 2nd to a 5th; repeat sign; forte and piano dynamics; two-note slurs; phrases; 8va; tie; Middle C and C position.

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