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Piano Lessons Book 1: Hal Leonard Student Piano Library

Piano Lessons Book 1: Hal Leonard Student Piano Library

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Piano Lessons Book 1: Hal Leonard Student Piano Library

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3/5 (21 ratings)
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Released:
Jun 1, 1996
ISBN:
9781476828480
Format:
Sheet Music

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(Educational Piano Library). From the very first lessons in Book 1, students are making music as they explore the piano keyboard through fun improvisation pieces called My Own Song . The beginning of the book introduces finger numbers, the black-key and white-key groups, and basic rhythm patterns. Directional reading is taught first by finger number, then by note name, and then by interval (stop, skip, and repeat). Once the students are introduced to the staff, they learn reading guides Bass F and Treble G and read by interval in several different hand positions.
Publisher:
Released:
Jun 1, 1996
ISBN:
9781476828480
Format:
Sheet Music
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  • (1/5)
    A pirated scan would be preferably to this low resolution garbage. Most of the songs that span two pages still require a page turn in the app, because they are separated by blank pages. Titles for some songs are on the pages before they appear. The pictures of the notes are so small and of such low resolution, I can't see them on a 17" inch screen. Contact Me, I'll get you some decent scans of this book, I already own it.
  • (1/5)
    Low resolution, cannot read half of pictures. Horribly arranged pages, layout.
  • (1/5)
    not able to look at it on my computer. poorly arranged on the viewer. does not show the pages correctly
  • (3/5)
    I wouldn’t call it unreadable, it is blurry but it gets the job done if you’re just using it for reference and not as your students’s primary lesson book.
  • (1/5)
    Unreadable. If a review is greater than one star, they saw a different book than I did. Some text is fine. The actual music is unreadable.