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Teach Yourself To Play Piano (Bk/Dvd)
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Palmer/Palmer/Manus
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc

Price: $29.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #22623

UPC code: 038081226538

Whether you're a beginner with no prior musical training, or you "used to play" and are need of a refresher course, Alfred's Teach Yourself to Play Piano is the perfect resource to teach yourself piano, even though you have never taken a lesson. Complete with on-screen scrolling music, MP3 play-along tracks for every example, and iPod - compatible video files, you will master how to make rhythms made simple, how to form the most important chords, techniques for playing with feeling and expression, and so much more. Upon completing Teach Yourself to Play Piano, you will be able to play in pop, blues, classical, folk, hymns, spirituals, and ragtime styles. The DVD includes exciting arrangements of "The Entertainer" and "Amazing Grace," and sets the stage for a life-long relationship with music and playing the piano.

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