Abracadabra Piano Pupil's Book Graded Pieces for the Young Pianist by Jane Sebba
  

Synopsis

Abracadabra Piano Pupil's Book Graded Pieces for the Young Pianist by Jane Sebba

Part of a series of pieces offering a companion to piano lessons from the earliest stages through to Grade 1. As well as pieces to play, there are songs to sing, opportunities for improvising, having fun with scales and fingering and activities for establishing an understanding of musical concepts. This book is part of a series of pieces offering a companion to piano lessons from the earliest stages through to Grade 1. The arrangements and progression of skills are aimed at helping the child develop a secure and confident technique. As well as pieces to play, there are songs to sing, opportunities for improvising, having fun with scales and fingering and activities for establishing a clear understanding of musical concepts. The repertoire is drawn from a wide range of sources, including classical, folk, pop and jazz.

About the Author

The author has also writtenPlayalong Songs and The Music Funshop.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Jane Sebba
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Publisher

A & C Black Music an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

30th September 1993

ISBN

9780713637250


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