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Piano Lessons: Book 1

Piano Lessons: Book 1

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"The Waterman/Harewood Piano Series" has been devised jointly by the world famous piano teacher Fanny Watermann and the co-founder of the Leeds International Piano Competition, Marion Harewood, and is established as one of the foremost piano methods.This book, and its two follow-up volumes are the central course-books of this highly successful piano methods and is aimed at the older beginner. Technical material is skilfully and imaginatively presented, while each chapter guides the young player towards the successful performance of a comprehensive selection of pieces and studies. "Piano Lessons Book 1" includes easy pieces by Purcell, Mozart, Bach, Beethoven and Schumann, as well as a large and indespensible note-learning chart.

Music & DanceMusic BooksTechniques of music / music tutorialsPiano Tutors Publisher: Faber Music Ltd Publication Date: 31/12/1972 ISBN-13: 9780571500246  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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As good a product as it has always been. I am using it in Spain and it takes the student through the basic steps to get them playing. Foyles delivery service to Spain was also excellent.

- 15/12/2014
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