(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition of the Level 3A Lesson Book is an exciting, educational refresh that launches students into early intermediate playing. More choices are given for in-depth instruction of technique, theory, transposition, and creativity. Outstanding new repertoire includes pieces by Tchaikovsky, Turk, Reinagle, plus traditional songs and Faber originals.
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Piano Adventures Theory Book, Primer Level is divided into 10 units, correlating with the 10 units of the Lesson Book. Each unit reinforces basic theory concepts through writing, sightreading, and ear-training activities - all within a youthful context.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Christmas favorites for level 3A. Contents include: Angels We Have Heard On High * Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella * Carol of the Bells * Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy * Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring * Jingle Bell Boogie * O Holy Night * and more.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). The new Level 4 Technique & Artistry Book combines two elements of pianism: technical skill and artistic performance. This smooth, integrated approach builds basic elements of piano technique, always directed toward an artistic goal. Four powerful exercises called "Technique Secrets" help intermediate students build a strong technical foundation. "Artistry Magic" pieces at the end of each unit explore expressive playing.
Piano Adventures: Lesson And Theory Book - Level 1 is an exciting, comprehensive piano method that teaches children analysis, creativity and musical expression. Piano Adventures: Lesson And Theory Book - Level 1 provides an integrated, step-by-step approach to music reading, a wide range of musical styles from jazz to classical, pianistic fingerings to build technique and movement across the keyboard. Piano Adventures: Lesson And Theory Book - Level 1 has expressive, appealing pieces with teacher duets, discovery questions, creative activities, and theory pages to reinforce concepts. The Technique & Performance book is an essential component of the curriculum. Discover the power of technique secrets for artistic performance.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition of this ground-breaking book integrates of technique and artistry, giving students the tools for expressive performance. Four effective "Technique Secrets" open the book, followed by engaging technical exercises. The "Artistry Magic" pieces at the end of each unit promote expressive, pianistic playing for the Level 1 student.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). This book provides a collection of effective pieces to be used in conjunction with the Lesson Book. However, teachers will find that the creative, appealing pieces in this book make an ideal supplement with many other piano methods as well. Contents include: Allegro in A major * Appalachian Trail * Bearcat Boogie * Come Back to Sorrento * The Danube Waves * Gypsy Prayer * Mazurka in G Minor * Poetic Theme and Variations * Simple Gifts * St. Anthony's Chorale * The Swan * and more.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition Performance Book is a solo collection of 28 effective pieces that reinforce the concepts presented in the Primer Lesson and Theory Books. Fanciful lyrics, colorful artwork, and sophisticated teacher duets enrich the learning experience. Contents include: In the Jungle * The Doorbell * The Shepherd's Flute * Hot Cross Buns * Banana Split * Listen to the Drums * Classical March * The Opposite Song * Rex, the Tyrannosauraus * Trumpet Song * and more.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Contents: The Boogie Woogie March * Fiddler on the Roof * I Taut I Taw a Puddy-Tat * Matchmaker (from Fiddler on the Roof ) * Once Upon a December (from Anastasia ) * Over the Rainbow (from The Wizard of Oz ) * Superman (Theme) * This Is It! (Theme from the Bugs Bunny Show) * We're Off to See the Wizard (from The Wizard of Oz ).
(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.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition Level 2B Lesson Book offers a systematic approach to scales, primary chords (I, IV, V7), and transposition for the keys of C, G, and F major. This new edition features nine new songs, plus enhanced arrangements of favorite pieces from the first edition. The new "Scale and Chord Adventures" appendix offers teachers the flexibility to explore major and minor scale and chord patterns in all twelve keys.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Designed to be used in conjunction with the other books in Level 5, this book reinforces theory concepts through writing, sightreading, and ear-training activities.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Contents: Ashokan Farewell * Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead (from The Wizard of Oz ) * Don't Cry for Me, Argentina * I Want to Hold Your Hand * The James Bond Theme * Linus and Lucy * Over the Rainbow (from The Wizard of Oz ) * The River.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Contents include: If I Were a Rich Man, from Fiddler on the Roof * (Meet) The Flintstones * Merrily We Roll Along, from Looney Tunes * The Merry Old Land of Oz, from The Wizard of Oz * Splish, Splash * Tiger Rag * Tomorrow, from Annie * Will You Be There (Theme from Free Willie ).
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Good sightreading skill is a powerful asset for the developing musician. Carefully composed variations of the Level 2B Lesson Book pieces help the student see the "new" against the backdrop of the "familiar." Fun, lively characters instruct students and motivate sightreading with a spirit of adventure and fun.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). This early-intermediate sightreading book presents carefully crafted variations of 3A Lesson Book pieces. The student gains confidence with the familiar and challenge in perceiving the new. Sighteading goes "beyond the notes" to recognition of musical patterns: the Alberti Bass accompaniment, chunking rhythm patterns in 3/8 and 68 time, the triplet in various time signatures, and expanded intervals through the 7th. Musical art provides theory review.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). The Popular Repertoire Book combines popular hits with imaginative "Activity Pages" that explore rhythm, note reading, and theory fundamentals. Level 4 includes: Ashokan Farewell * Change the World (recorded by Eric Clapton) * The Greatest Love of All (recorded by Whitney Houston) * If You Believe (recorded by Jim Brickman) * I Will Remember You (recorded by Sarah McLachlan) * "Jurassic Park" (Theme from) * Mr. Bojangles * New York, New York (Theme From) (recorded by Frank Sinatra) * The Way It Is (recorded by Bruce Hornsby).
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Level 5 continues to build musicianship with the circle of 5ths, cadences, flat key signatures, and the three forms of the minor scale. The use of octaves, arpeggios, and dynamic playing across the range of the keyboard develops pianistic skills. Contents include: Autumn Ballad * Ballade (Burgmuller) * Blue Etude * Carillon Fantasia * The Chase (Burgmuller) * Coral Reef Etude * Fanfare on America * Hot Pursuit * Jazz Reflection * Pomp and Circumstance * Rhythm Flight * Risoluto * Rolling River Etude * and more.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition Primer Lesson Book introduces the keyboard, note values, and the grand staff. Students play in C 5-finger scale patterns, develop recognition of steps and skips, and learn letter names independent of finger number. Musicianship is built through the use of dynamics and coloristic experimentation with the pedal. The book is organized into units which represent the major concepts and skills. As new units are introduced, earlier concepts and skills are constantly reviewed.