The Joy Of First Year Piano

Author: Denes Agay
Publisher: Music Sales Amer
ISBN: 9780825680137
Size: 73.11 MB
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(Yorktown). Designed for use as a method book, this volume allows the teacher to vary the approach according to the needs of the student. The book can also be used as a source of carefully graded pieces, for use with any first-year method.

The Joy Of Second Year Piano

Author: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
Publisher: Music Sales
ISBN: 9781785582424
Size: 19.63 MB
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(Music Sales America). This method and repertory for late beginner to early intermediate pianists was developed from the best-selling series by Denes Agay. Following on from the immensely popular First-Year book, the numerous pieces have been carefully selected, and are further supported by an opening tutorial section, specially-written warm-up exercises and helpful written notes throughout. The book includes well-known classical favorites by the most prominent composers, and students will likely have heard many of these, including William Tell Overture, The Can-Can, Fur Elise and Vivaldi's Autumn , among many others.

The Joy Of First Classics Book 1

Author: Yorktown Music Press
Publisher: Yorktown Music Press
ISBN: 1783231718
Size: 15.49 MB
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Nothing can quite compare to the satisfaction, pleasure and joy of learning and playing the finest pieces of classical music and this terrific volume gives you the opportunity to do exactly that! Inside there are more than 60 easy pieces and Keyboard miniatures by master composers, selected and edited by Dennis Agay. All the pieces are printed in their original form though have had sensible expression marks and fingerings added. There is a wonderful range and diversity to these pieces with works by the likes of Bach, Haydn, Mozart and also lesser-known composers, set for Piano solo.

Natural Fingering

Author: Jon Verbalis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019978163X
Size: 59.27 MB
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In further developing Chopin's thinking on pianism, this book explores the keyboard's topographical symmetry and the revolutionary impact of symmetrical inversion on piano technique and pedagogy. With copious excerpts from the extant repertoire, this is the first comprehensive discussion of fingering solutions for pianists since Hummel's monumental treatise of 1828.

The Joy Of Baroque

Author: Denes Agay
Publisher: Music Sales Corporation
ISBN:
Size: 66.73 MB
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"An unusual collection for the early-to-intermediate student, this book presents rare and interesting 17th- and 18th-century keyboard works in authentic editions. Includes: pieces by Bach, Couperin, Handel, Kimberger, Krieger, Pachelbel, Purcell, Rameau, Scarlatti, and others."

Clavier

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Learn To Play Piano In Six Weeks Or Less

Author: Dan Delaney
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402731563
Size: 18.84 MB
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Many people wish they could sit down at the piano and simply play, their hands flying over the keys as melodies pour out. With this simple, achievable program that’s possible...in just six weeks. Using Dan Delaney’s innovative chord playing techniques, as opposed to more classical methods, musical newcomers and lapsed musicians can quickly and easily gain skills. Each of the six weeks’ worth of lessons contains several exercises. The classes build on each other, becoming progressively more difficult as the player’s ability improves, and every lesson includes sheet music, practice advice, and an evaluation at the end. Plus, MP3 audios of the lessons will be available for free on Delaney’s website.