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Piano Ace

Voicing/Format Software
Desc Software
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Piano Student Library
Catalog # 00631565

Price: $29.95

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Piano Ace For Software. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00631565, UPC: 884088502102)

This CD-ROM package is a series of computer-based music lessons and games designed by music educators to help beginning and intermediate piano students succeed. It includes the 36 core lessons and games from Harmonic Vision's award-winning Music Ace family of music education software. It has been specially packaged for use with the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library and includes a Hal Leonard-to-Piano Ace correlation, linking the specific pages in Books 1-5 and All-In-One to the lessons of Piano Ace. The lessons of Piano Ace are a comprehensive series of lessons and games that teach beginning piano and music students of all ages the basics of music theory, rhythm, pitch, note reading, listening, and the keyboard. No previous musical experience or instrument is required. Using the included Hal Leonard-to-Piano Ace correlation tables, Hal Leonard piano students can easily locate and access the Piano Ace lessons that best support the page/topic being studied. Used alone or as a complement to the Student Piano Library lesson books, Piano Ace will challenge, engage and motivate piano students, helping them succeed by mastering important music concepts and skills.

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