5 edition of Teaching Little Fingers to Play Recital Pieces found in the catalog.
December 1, 2006
by Willis Music
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||32|
(Willis). Teaching Little Fingers to Play More is a fun-filled and colorfully illustrated follow-up book to Teaching Little Fingers to Play. This book strengthens skills learned while easing the transition into John Thompson's Modern Course, Book One. M.2, leave the 1st finger down as you play only the 3rd finger because you are returning to the 1st finger. M.3, block all three fingers on the A string and release the 3rd finger as you play the open E; M.5, block the three fingers and leave the 2nd finger down because you return to it in M.6; Review the A Major Scale (See O Come Little Children).
In Recital® with Little Pieces for Little Fingers, Book 1 is a fun and motivational series for the beginner-level piano student. Designed to be the very first book in the In Recital® series, it is best used as a preparatory level book before students go on to Book 1 of the In Recital® series. Teachers can use this book as a textbook for teaching practice methods. It can save you a lot of time, allowing you to concentrate on teaching music. The Preface is a good overview of the book, and the book reviews in the Reference section contains detailed reviews of the most relevant books.
Home > John Thompson > Teaching Little Fingers to Play. Teaching Little Fingers to Play. Teaching Little Fingers to Play is a method for the earliest beginner, combining rote and note mental books present popular songs in attractive arrangements. Once a students finishes Teaching Little Fingers to Play, they are ready for Teaching Little Fingers to Play More. Teaching Little Fingers to Play John Thompson's Modern Course for the Piano A Book for the Earliest Beginner Combining Rote and Note Approach. Willis Music Company is Time-Tested and Teacher-Approved Willis consistently excels where it counts, offering more than years of quality products and services, and still growing!Reviews: K.
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Hand position is not a bad thing when teaching transposition especially if you have them play the 5-finger scale of each new piece.
The songs in the book rarely go out of a 5-finger hand position so starting transposition is easy and makes it so simple when the move into the First Grade Book. And for Heaven's Sake. Avoid that "Teaching Little /5(K). Teaching Little Fingers to Play Recital Pieces - Book/CD: Teaching Little Fingers to Play/Mid-Elementary Level [Miller, Carolyn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Teaching Little Fingers to Play Recital Pieces - Book/CD: Teaching Little Fingers to Play/Mid-Elementary Level/5(2). Teaching Little Fingers to Play: A Book for the Earliest Beginner (John Thompsons Modern Course for The Piano) John Thompson. out of 5 stars 1, Paperback. $ Easy Keyboard and Piano Pieces: 30 Easy-to-play Pieces for Beginners John Jester.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get teaching little fingers to play book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Teaching Little Fingers to Play For the little beginner this is a colorful and enticing book.(5 to 8 years old) I was not able to find this book 5/5(27).
Too difficult too quickly. This book isn't for the brand new pianist. It doesn't pair well with "Teaching Little Fingers to Play". Perhaps during John Thomson's Grade 1 book instead, this book would be appropriate.
The songs, however, aren't too bad. Reviews: It's known as the method for quick, dedicated learners. It's also well-regarded as a self-teaching method for the mature player. The First Grade may be preceded by Teaching Little Fingers to Play and/or Teaching Little Fingers to Play More.
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Book 1 is great for the late elementary school student who has had some music experience at school. For the younger beginner, check out Teaching Little Fingers to Play, which is a great introduction before moving onto the big red books.
A Dozen a Day. This is a great supplemental series that goes with pretty much any method. This method teaches. View the Product: Teaching Little Fingers to Play Recital Pieces - Teaching Little Fingers to Play/Early to Mid-Elementary Level, Series: Willis, Medium/Format: Softcover, Contributors: Carolyn Miller.
Preschool Piano and Keyboard; Close; Children Courses. Piano/Keyboard; Singing. They complement and enhance the original Teaching Little Fingers to Play method, offering important guides and reminders to reinforce musical concepts. Our Teaching Little Fingers series successfully encourages advancement and also provides delightful recital material.
Got it for our child who just finished the basic teaching little fingers to play. He played through this book on his own without any problems - practicing his sight reading - as it is quite s: Hymns: Teaching Little Fingers to Play More/Mid-Elementary Level (Willis).
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The melodies are written with careful thought and are kept as simple as possible, yet they are refreshingly delightful.
All the music lies within the grasp of the child's small hands. A best-seller around the world. Teacher accompaniments are available in a separate book - Teaching Little Fingers to Play Reviews: K. They directly correlate with the original Teaching Little Fingers to Play, offering guides and reminders to reinforce musical concepts.
The newest Teaching Little Finger series successfully encourages advancement as well as providing delightful recital material. Click on Product Titles below for details. A First Recital Piece - "The Fairies Harp" First Introduction to Eight Notes - "The Wishing Star" start them with Teaching Little Fingers To Play and go to this one.
PLEASE skip the "Teaching Little Fingers To,Play More" book. It it's NOT a Thompson book and it is complex and absolutely NOT a good move from the Primer Thompson to the. (A follow-up book to Teaching Little Fingers to Play) Written by Leigh Kaplan.
Instructional book for piano. With introductory text, instructional text, illustrations, easy piano notation, fingerings and lyrics (on most songs). Piano/Keyboard - Early Elementary Teaching Little Fingers to Play/Early Elementary ed by Eric Baumgartner.
Willis. Recital. Book Only. 24 pages. Willis Music # Published by Willis Music (HL).In Recital with Little Pieces for Little Fingers, Book 1 is a fun and motivational series for the beginner-level piano student. Designed to be the very first book in the In Recital series, it is best used as a preparatory level book before students go on to Book 1 of the In Recital.
Teaching Little Fingers to Play book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. (Willis). A book for the early beginner combining ro /5(4).