The Piano Handbook

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Hal Leonard Corporation, 2002 - Music - 278 pages
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(Book). With clear and easy-to-understand exercises, The Piano Handbook is perfect for anyone interested in learning the piano or improving their skills. It provides fresh material and techniques in styles ranging from classical to jazz, rock, bebop and fusion, and gives new players everything they need to learn and enjoy the piano. This book's innovative tutorial approach covers classical and contemporary music styles in an integrated way, and the companion CD brings the playing techniques and concepts to life. A full-color photo gallery illustrates the history of the piano and its essential recordings. This hardcover, deluxe edition also features semi-concealed spiral binding so the book stays open on the piano. The Piano Handbook prepares you not just to play, but to perform and not just as a pianist, but as a complete musician.
 

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I bought this book because I thought it would be great. I had no knowledge of piano and this book was supposed to teach me. It was so hard to understand anything. The language was meant for an ... Read full review

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Contents

UNIT 1
35
UNIT 2
53
UNIT 3
66
UNIT 4
74
UNIT 5
81
UNIT 6
90
UNIT 7
100
UNIT 8
109
UNIT 11
145
UNIT 12
160
UNIT 13
175
UNIT 14
189
UNIT 15
197
UNIT 16
211
UNIT 17
225
UNIT 18
238

UNIT 9
123
UNIT 10
133
REFERENCE
259
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