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Music Tree Time To Begin (Revsd ' 00)midi

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Desc Midi Disk
Composer Clark Library
Arranger Clark/Goss/Holland
Publisher Summy-Birchard Inc.
Catalog # 0961S

Price: $12.95

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Product Description

Music Tree Time To Begin (Revsd ' 00)midi Composed by Clark Library. Arranged by Clark/Goss/Holland. For Accompaniment CD. Published by Summy-Birchard Inc.. (Catalog # 0961S, UPC: 654979002857)

TIME TO BEGIN, the cornerstone of the MUSIC TREE series, is a unique and highl y effective approach to beginning piano instruction. Starting with off-staff n otation, it leads the student to reading direction and intervals, and climaxes with the discovery of the Grand Staff. Also included is a carefully designed program of rhythm, technic and creative work. The cassette features electronic renditions of the music: it offers the accompaniment alone, or both the stude nt's and teacher's parts. The TEACHER'S HANDBOOK is an invaluable tool. This v olume contains essays regarding how students learn, on technic, and how rhythm is presented. Teaching aspects are discussed, and suggestions are offered for each unit of the book. Newly revised for 2000 with new and exclusive music.

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