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Ten tunes for the complete beginner on the piano, keyboard or glockenspiel, arranged in ascending order of difficulty.
All the tunes are in C major (no sharps or flats) and use a progressively increasing range that starts with only three notes and finishes at an octave. The eight notes of the scale are colour-coded in the music in a way that corresponds to a common colour scheme on educational glockenspiels and keyboards. Alternatively, parents/teachers can stick coloured stickers onto piano or keyboard keys.
Chord symbols (C, F and G only) are provided for those learning to form chords with their left hand.
The pages are printed two tunes to a page, so you can either use it in A4 format or cut the pages in half to form 10 A5 landscape sheets (quite a useful format for music stands).
If there is enough demand for these tunes, I shall publish the next 10!
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of Beginners' Tunes for piano, keyboard or glockenspiel
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