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Teach Yourself To Play Piano

Teach Yourself To Play Piano

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Palmer/Palmer/Manus
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 6184
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery
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Product Description

Teach Yourself To Play Piano Composed by Palmer/Palmer/Manus. For Piano. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 6184, UPC: 038081000039)

You can now teach yourself to play the piano, even though you have never taken a lesson. Teach yourself to play the piano and progress at your own pace! Covers the basic fundamentals of piano playing in a concise and logical fashion. Its appealing music will encourage you to play every day. Features: Rhythms made simple; How to form the most important chords; Finger aerobics help to make playing easier; Techniques of playing with feeling and expression; Step-by-step approach to learning the entire keyboard; Letter-notes provide and easy introduction to reading music. The Enhanced CD for this book contains great audio accompaniments you can play on your stereo and doubles as an interactive and fun multimedia learning tool that works on any Windows-compatible PC. The song player shows you exactly how each song should be played, lets you customize the audio levels, adjust playback tempo, and even record your own performance! CD-ROM is for Windows & Macintosh.

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