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Piano Discoveries Off-Staff Starter CD
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Piano Discoveries Off-Staff Starter CD

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Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Desc Split-track Accompaniment
Composer Vogt/Bates
Arranger Ed Vodicka
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Catalog # 99/1602H

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Piano Discoveries Off-Staff Starter CD Composed by Vogt/Bates. Arranged by Ed Vodicka. For Accompaniment CD. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 99/1602H, UPC: 000308058024)

Discover the difference a method can make with this exciting series! Piano Discoveries captures the musical imagination of students and teachers alike with appealing and sensitive repertoire, well-integrated and supportive music theory, creative activities, and a gradually paced building of technical skills that equips the student to progress successfully and musically. Created by an exceptional team: composer and teacher, Janet Vogt; world acclaimed concert artist and master teacher, Leon Bates; along with guidance and contributions from innovative composers and teachers including Nancy Telfer, Gail Berenson, Scott McBride Smith, Martha Sherrill Kelsey, and Rebecca Shockley, Piano Discoveries reflects the expertise and talents of its entire creative team.

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