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Hal Leonard Student Piano Library Lesson

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Arranger Keveren
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Piano Lessons Bk 1 (bk/Cd
Catalog # 00296177

Price: $8.99

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Hal Leonard Student Piano Library Lesson Arranged by Keveren. For Piano. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296177, UPC: 073999961775)

From the very first lessons in Book 1, students are making music as they explore the piano keyboard through fun improvisation pieces called My Own Song. The beginning of the book introduces finger numbers, the black-key and white-key groups, and basic rhythm patterns.

Directional reading is taught first by finger number, then by note name, and then by interval (stop, skip, and repeat). Once the students are introduced to the staff, they learn reading guides Bass F and Treble G and read by interval in several different hand positions. This package includes a Piano Lessons Book and an enhanced CD. The CD works in any CD player but it also contains MIDI files for Windows and Mac computer users.
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