Piano Magic - Piano Magic Duets Book 1: Graded duets For the young beginner

Paperback

A collection of duets for beginner pupils which support Piano Magic Tutor Book 1". Some of the duets may be taught by rote others focus on note reading, improvisation and composition."

This is a collection of duets for beginner pupils which support Piano Magic Tutor Books 1. They shadow the progression of note learning and technique in the parent tutors and provide additional repertoire at key stages of development. They are intended to provide ensemble experience and practice in the all-important skill of "keeping going". Some of the duets may be taught by rote to develop aural awareness; others focus on note reading, improvisation and composition.

RRP: £6.99

ISBN

978-0-7136-5363-2

Publication Date

28-07-2000

Format

Paperback

Pages

24 pages

Author

Jane Sebba, Edited by Sheena Roberts, Prepared for publication by Collins Music

Product Description

A collection of duets for beginner pupils which support Piano Magic Tutor Book 1". Some of the duets may be taught by rote others focus on note reading, improvisation and composition."

This is a collection of duets for beginner pupils which support Piano Magic Tutor Books 1. They shadow the progression of note learning and technique in the parent tutors and provide additional repertoire at key stages of development. They are intended to provide ensemble experience and practice in the all-important skill of "keeping going". Some of the duets may be taught by rote to develop aural awareness; others focus on note reading, improvisation and composition.

ISBN

978-0-7136-5363-2

Publication Date

28-07-2000

Format

Paperback

Pages

24 pages

Product Description

A collection of duets for beginner pupils which support Piano Magic Tutor Book 1". Some of the duets may be taught by rote others focus on note reading, improvisation and composition."

This is a collection of duets for beginner pupils which support Piano Magic Tutor Books 1. They shadow the progression of note learning and technique in the parent tutors and provide additional repertoire at key stages of development. They are intended to provide ensemble experience and practice in the all-important skill of "keeping going". Some of the duets may be taught by rote to develop aural awareness; others focus on note reading, improvisation and composition.

Author

Jane Sebba, Edited by Sheena Roberts, Prepared for publication by Collins Music