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Technique Builders For Piano

Author : Hazel Cobb
ISBN : 1457406861
Genre : Music
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The ultimate objective is to train the student through repeated patterns and precise exercises, to acquire a conscious control in these techniques: the use of the whole arm for lateral freedom and arm weight, the forearm for rotation (Alberti bass and similar patterns) the wrist for flexibility in phrasing and the fingers for dexterity in passage work.

Fundamentals Of Piano Theory

Author : Keith Snell
ISBN : OCLC:43641878
Genre : Piano
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Ensemble Music For Group Piano

Author : James Lyke
ISBN : 0875631207
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Basic Timing For Pianists

Author : Allan Small
ISBN : 1457440717
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105 short exercises, leading to thorough and complete mastery of basic timing problems.

Four Star Sight Reading And Ear Tests Music Daily Exercises For Piano Students

Author : Boris Berlin
ISBN : 0887977979
Genre : Ear training
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Book 4 includes the use of triad inversions in sight-reading exercises, clapping exercises notated as melodies, key signatures of up to four sharps and flats, and 6/8 meter.

Junior Hanon

Author : Charles-Louis Hanon
ISBN : 1457440725
Genre : Music
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A slight condensation of Hanon's first exercises. The simplification in layout and range make the exercises appear less difficult to a young student.

202 Checkmates For Children

Author : Fred Wilson
ISBN : 1580421415
Genre : Games
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Veteran chess teachers and authors, Wilson and Alberston, who specialize in teaching chess to children, present 202 fascinating puzzles that are both instructional and fun. Large diagrams and clearly explained solutions will thrill kids as they work their way through the concepts while they have fun with chess. This book is perfect for kids! The authors should know - they have used these puzzles in their lessons for years.

Everybody S Perfect Masterpieces Volume 3

Author : Carole Bigler
ISBN : 1457435209
Genre : Music
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Graded piano recital repertoire in four volumes, edited by Carole Bigler and Valery Lloyd-Watts. Each volume includes a rich selection of the works of the greatest masters from all eras. Book 3 repertoire is sequenced so that it would range from Levels 2-5 of most piano methods.

Fundamentals Of Piano Practice

Author : Chuan C. Chang
ISBN : 1523287225
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This is the first book that teaches piano practice methods systematically, based on mylifetime of research, and containing the teachings of Combe, material from over 50 pianobooks, hundreds of articles, and decades of internet research and discussions with teachersand pianists. Genius skills are identified and shown to be teachable; learning piano can raiseor lower your IQ. Past widely taught methods based on false assumptions are exposed;substituting them with efficient practice methods allows students to learn piano and obtainthe necessary education to navigate in today's world and even have a second career. See

Preparatory Exercises Op 16

Author : Aloys Schmitt
ISBN : 145741175X
Genre : Music
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Aloys Schmitt is best remembered for his Op. 16 exercises. The collection is divided into three sections. The first aids students in developing finger independence through a variety of single and double-note patterns within the range of a fifth. The second section emphasizes passing the thumb under fingers to prepare for scales and arpeggios. The final section provides traditional scales and arpeggios in a notated format with fingering.

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