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Author: Triumph StudioEdition: 1Format: Kindle eBookNumber Of Pages: 84Release Date: 2019-07-16Details: Learning to play the piano can be so much fun! It takes a lot of practice, but learning to play the piano will bring a lot of joy to your life! It may seem quite difficult to learn, but if you put your mind to it, you can learn in no time! This book will teach you how to read music, play different chords, and use all the musical terminology that you will need to become a great piano…

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Learning to play the piano can be so much fun It takes a lot of practice, but learning to play the piano will bring a lot of joy to your life It may seem quite difficult to learn, but if you put your mind to it, you can learn in no time This book will teach you how to read music, play different chords, and use all the musical terminology that you will need to become a great piano player. When you follow the steps in this book, your piano playing skills will get better and you will be able to…

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Author: Dan DelaneyEdition: SpiNumber Of Pages: 110Publisher: SterlingRelease Date: 03-03-2009Details: Wish you could sit down at the piano and effortlessly play without years of lessons? Now you can! Many people wish they could sit down at the piano and simply play, their hands flying over the keys as melodies pour out. With this simple, achievable program that’s possible . . . in just six weeks. Using Dan Delaney’s innovative chord playing techniques, as opposed to more classical methods…

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Beginning pianists of all ages will cherish this excellent compilation of classics. Each piece was carefully selected and simplified to help students develop their skills. Many of the greatest composers — J. S. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, and others — are represented by several pieces each, some newly adapted for the piano. Composers and works not usually featured in beginner's books include pieces by Borodin, Gluck, Rameau, and…

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