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"Written by the author of the ... Build It! series in collaboration with an experienced piano teacher, the Play It! books teach how to play the piano or keyboard in a simple, effective way. Using color-coded notes and character icons, the books include piano sheets of popular andfavorite songs as well as a primer on how to read sheet music and some basic techniques"--Provided by publisher. A fun and easy way to learn to play the piano or keyboard, with helpful instruction on classic and favorite songs. Written by the author of the best-selling Build It! series in collaboration with an experienced piano teacher, the Play It! books teach how to play the piano or keyboard in a simple, effective way. Using color-coded notes and character icons, the books include piano sheets of popular and favorite songs as well as a primer on how to read sheet music and some basic techniques. For beginners ages 5 and up, Play It! is the perfect companion on your musical journey. Features these classical songs and includes color labels inside the book: Ode to Joy Lullaby Spring from The Four Seasons Serenade No. 2 in A Major Jimbo's Lullaby Largo from Symphony No. 9 Symphony No. 8 Can-Can from Orphée aux Enfers Rondo from Orchestral Suite No. 2 Air on a G String Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin Cradle Song (Wiegenlied) Fantaisie Impromptu Song of the Toreador from Carmen Die Fledermaus Glockenspiel from The Magic Flute Minuet in D Minor Allegro from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Symphony No. 5 Swan Lake Turkish March Gavotte Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 The Blue Danube Intermezzo No. 1 Minuet from Don Giovanni La Donna è mobile Sonata Pathetique Over the Waves Morning from Peer Gynt Bagatelle in G Minor, Op. 119, No.1 Minuet in G (Beethoven) Minuet in G (Bach) William Tell Overture Moonlight Sonata Habanera from Carmen

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HOW TO READ MUSIC for beginners & First-timers.(A Practical Approach To Learning How To Play Musical Instruments)Also known as sight music reading, this simply indicates or refers to the first time an individual tries to read written musical lyrics (whether in notes or in plain English) mainly for the purpose of playing it. These musical notes are mostly written in what is called music sheets.As a beginner in the practice of music reading, one of the challenges that you are prone to face is knowing whether you are playing the music correctly or not and not just music some noise with sound. Taking the playing of piano and guitar as a case study, to decipher this you must give rapt attention to the written sheets and the placing of your fingers on the keyboard of the piano. Don't be too carried away at first with seeing some persons who have become experts in this field of play and are playing these musical instruments without looking at any written script, they have played their dues. So it is your time!Take it one step at a time, and you will get there with continuous practice and zeal. Another key challenge you may encounter is reading, playing and listening to your play at the same time. This could be very draining!-Introduction To Music & Sound.-Knowing Your Musical Components.-Differentiating Between The Staff, The Grand-Staff & Base.-Piano Playing (Knowing Your Key Signatures).However, this book will guide you on the basic principles on how you could best start up your music reading and playing carrier. If you find it however difficult in doing it yourself (DIY), you can as well ask a more professional musical expert for guidance.Happy reading.

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The beginning and elementary series by the best-selling authors of Keyboard Strategies. Economically organized, one page contains one new concept and an exciting song that employs the new idea. Each book contains 1 - 3 duets for teacher and student to sample with ensemble; the first page always reviews the concepts already learned.

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The harmonica is one of the most iconic instruments often featured in blues musical styles. Although it's a simple instrument, it's often difficult for beginners to learn how to play without a guide.This beginner's guide book will help you go from a complete beginner with no knowledge of the instrument or music theory and have you playing chords, melodies, and riffing along to a blues. No book can replace the experience of having a teacher, but we hope in this book to give you as good and steady a foundation in the basics of the harmonica when you find yourself without a teacher. Learn your grip, your breathing techniques, and to read harmonica tablature.In this book, you will find: Chapter 1: Are you still harping on about that?Chapter 2: To Bb or not to BbChapter 3: Take noteChapter 4: I got the Blues. Do you?Chapter 5: Name that tuneChapter 6: Let's get technicalChapter 7: Kinda Blue, Lots of blue!Chapter 8: Keeping it in the familyBy the end of the book, you will be playing harmonious music, whether it's playing melodies by yourself or jamming with other musicians, accompanying a band, or soloing over a twelve-bar blues.Welcome to the beginning of your musical journey on the harmonica. Take your time and enjoy the experience of mastering each step. Every musician can find their style, and we hope that by working through this book, you will find yours.

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These supplemental songbooks to DeHaske's Look, Listen & Learn - Method Book 1 provide terrific additional playing material for students. Special pieces have been written for each instrument to go hand in hand with the method to increase technical and musical skills. From lesson 2, students can begin to use Play Your Favourite Songs. These books feature cheerful illustrations, and all pieces are suitable for concerts and test pieces.

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Complementing Book 1 of Denes Agay's Learning to Play Piano, this book makes music theory fun to learn! Using games and puzzles, it illustrates the music theory lessons from Book 1 making them much more enjoyable for children to learn. Puzzles include a Crossword, "Odd-one-out", "Matching Pairs" and many other simple but intriguing games and brainteasers that teach while they entertain. By explaining the abstract world of music theory in terms of play, Easy Music Theory helps children over one of the major hurdles in learning music.

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These supplemental songbooks to DeHaske's Look, Listen & Learn - Method Book 1 provide terrific additional playing material for students. Special pieces have been written for each instrument to go hand in hand with the method to increase technical and musical skills. From lesson 2, students can begin to use Play Your Favourite Songs. These books feature cheerful illustrations, and all pieces are suitable for concerts and test pieces.

$27.91 $32.99
A fun and easy way to learn to play the piano or keyboard, with helpful instruction on classic and favorite songs. Written by the author of the best-selling Build It! series in collaboration with an experienced piano teacher, the Play It! books teaches how to play the piano or keyboard in a simple, effective way. Using color-coded notes and character icons, the books include piano sheets of popular and favorite songs as well as a primer on how to read sheet music and some basic techniques. For beginners ages 5 and up, Play It! is the perfect companion on your musical journey.