I Can Read Music - A Note Speller for Piano (Book 2 - Elementary Reading)
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I Can Read Music - A Note Speller for Piano (Book 2 - Elementary Reading)

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Published by FJH Music Company .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11472273M
ISBN 10092966678X
ISBN 109780929666785

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(Faber Piano Adventures). In addition to its role as a traditional note speller, this book brings forth emphasis on guide notes with unique visual reinforcements, emphasis on reading the small intervals step and skip (teaching pattern recognition in addition to note recognition), and a motivational format consisting of delightful StoryRhymes, Sightreading Bonanzas, and Mr. In addition to its role as a traditional note speller, this book brings forth emphasis on guide notes with unique visual reinforcements, emphasis on reading the small intervals - step and skip (teaching pattern recognition in addition to note recognition), and a motivational format consisting of delightful Story Rhymes, Sightreading Bonanzas, and Mr. I Can Read Music – Book 1: Price: $ Beginning Reading: Product Id: Series: Faber Piano Adventures® Publisher: Hal Leonard In addition to its role as a traditional note speller, this book brings forth emphasis on guide notes with unique visual reinforcements, emphasis on reading the small intervals – step and skip (teaching pattern recognition in addition to note recognition. Book 2 of the I Can Read Music series provides an extra tool to help students gain certainty and confidence in note reading. With its motivational format consisting of StoryRhymes, Sightreading Bonanzas, playful scoring methods such as 'clever notes' and 'clunky notes,' 'great notes' and 'grumpy notes' the student and teacher will have fun.

In addition to its role as a traditional note speller, this book brings forth emphasis on guide notes with unique visual reinforcements, emphasis on reading the small intervals – step and skip (teaching pattern recognition in addition to note recognition), and a motivational format consisting. By John W. Schaum. Piano Book. The Schaum Note Speller has the unqualified testimonial of thousands of teachers who pronounce it 'The Best.' Musical facts, beginning with line and space numbers are taught. Students learn by doing, since this book is in workbook form. This saves valuable lesson time, and immediately shows any mistakes in theCategory: Piano-Schaum Method Supplement. Piano/Keyboard - Early Elementary A Music Writing Book. Willis. Note Reading. Instructional book (softcover). With instructional text and easy piano notation. 32 pages. Willis Music # Published by Willis Music (HL). This note speller has been designed specifically for the younger beginner to aid in their piano instruction. This book provides not only drills, but activities to help make learning and memorizing notes more fun. The lessons are broken down by “positions” so a younger student can focus on mastering one set of notes at a time. At the end you.

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