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Piano Lessons Starter Pack: for teachers and parent with young children

Composer
Year of composition
2017
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Not applicable (e.g. worksheet)
Genre
Other
Instrumentation
Worksheets
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Piano Tutor Books invariably begin with a page of closely typed script devoted to Musical Rudiments. Presumably (and before playing a single note), the student is first expected to read and understand such things as clefs, staves, fingering, note values and time signatures. This is a daunting task for any beginner, especially the very young one. This Starter Pack could be of help to the Parent or Teacher, and the Child who is taking those crucial first steps towards mastering the piano, for it allows exploration - together – of Musical Rudiments in a way that is practical and fun. Black keys in 2’s and 3’s are actually played; pulse is felt (through the feet and hands); notes are handled creatively; confidence grows and the musical imagination is stimulated.

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