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Alfred's Teach Yourself Keyboard Chords - Book

Everything you need to know about playing chords

By Roger Edison

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Piano (or keyboard)
Everything you need to know about playing chords. Keyboard/Piano; Method/Instruction. Teach Yourself Series. Chords. Instructional book. With instructional text, illustrated chord diagrams, fingerings and introductory text. 80 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.6592).

Item Number: AP.6592

ISBN 0882846914. 9x12 inches.

Intended for those who play any keyboard instrument, this book presents a practical, easy-to-play approach to all the chords used in pop, country, rock, blues, jazz, gospel and folk music. Chords are clearly described and spelled out, with easy-to-understand fingerings and diagrams that show you how to play the chord immediately.

About Teach Yourself Series

Be your own teacher, and let Alfred's Teach Yourself series guide you every step of the way. Beginners of all ages can start their journey to a lifetime of musical enjoyment. Each method begins with basic fundamentals, such as hand position, holding the instrument, and getting acquainted with standard musical notation. Then move along to playing well-known songs -- all as you continue to increase your ever-growing ability to read music and understand your instrument. You will learn to play in an array of musical styles, including pop, blues, folk, and more. Alfred's Teach Yourself series opens up a brand-new world of musical knowledge and gives you everything you need to know to start playing now!

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  • 2004-09-05 00:00:00.0 Wouldn't Recommend!

    I HATED IT . THE NOTES WERE HARD FOR BEGINNERS. I WOULDN'T RECOMEND IT TO ANYONE NOT EVEN MOZART!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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