Level 3a - Performance Book: Piano Adventures
  • Level 3a - Performance Book: Piano Adventures
  • Level 3a - Performance Book: Piano Adventures
ISBN: 1616770899
EAN13: 9781616770891
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 1, 1998
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 11.6" L x 9" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd edition of the 3A Performance Book offers appealing, pianistic pieces that closely correlate with the Lesson Book concepts. Students will enjoy three new selections including a 4-hand arrangement of Beethoven's Alexander March, and a Duncombe sonatina. Well-loved pieces provide performance opportunities set in a variety of major and minor keys and accompaniment styles.

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   They sent a torn book
My kid expected a new item flawlessly, but he disappointed. They should check it throughly. They should check it thoroughly. When people order a good book, they have a new expectation.
 
5
   Great addition to my piano method books!
This series of music books is a great addition to my library of books on the piano method. Music is superbly written and paper is beautifully crafted!
 
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   Check out the Performance Books
Here is a piano teacher. For a long time, I used the Faber books in the Lesson series and did not bother with the theory, technique, and artistry or the performance books. But I decided to check a few out of there. My conclusion : I can cover the theory on my own. The technique and artistry books just don 't seem that interesting. But the performance books have some fun pieces and present technical challenges in a way that is more fun than the technique and artistry books. I've also started using the performance books. And it seems like doing the two books at each level means that students are a little better prepared to move on to the next level. Give em a try!
 
5
   Great product
Great book that progresses naturally and easily. I've been working on my own without a teacher and I've improved so much. Very easy to follow ''.
 
5
   Very good piano textbook
My daughter has used the Faber series for a year. Very well composed and all songs in the books are beautiful and fit for the right level. My daughter was quickly improved by using this textbook.
 
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   Piano Adventures
I started with the Piano Adventures Sight Reading books for my students.
 
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   I love that the pieces seem to be designed to help ...
This book contains some slightly more nee pieces than the others within the same level. I love that the pieces seem to be designed to help the student to move forward and progress. Within, there is a different variation of good music styles.
 
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