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Elementary Method for the Piano, Op. 101

By Ferdinand Beyer

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Piano
Composed by Ferdinand Beyer. Edited by Gayle Kowalchyk and E. L. Lancaster. Book; Masterworks; Method/Instruction; Piano Method. Alfred Masterwork Edition. Masterwork; Romantic. 188 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.42384).

Item Number: AP.42384

ISBN 1470610639.

Vorschule Im Klavierspiel, Op. 101, by Ferdinand Beyer (1803--1863) was first published in 1860. Since that time, it has been used by piano students throughout the world, especially in Asian countries. When compared with piano methods written in the 20th and 21st centuries, it appears more like a technique book than a piano method. This edition has been edited to be useful for today's piano students, either as a method (with teacher guidance) or as a supplementary book.

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • June 25, 2016 Method for the piano, Op.101

    This book is very helpful in learning to sight read and has many great sounding pieces in it.

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  • 5

    Piano Book Bug
    Location:
    Nanning, China
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • June 13, 2016 Method for the Piano, Beyer Op.101

    I really want to recommend this very nice piano 'method' book as a teacher. It has some very beautiful sounding pieces in it, 106 pieces, and a very educational set of 'technical exercises at the back of the book along with all of the 24 Major & Minor Scales printed out...

    over 2 octaves. The book starts out at the Elementary Level then very gradually progresses up to the Early Intermediate Level - this is very comfortable for students. All of the phrasing lines above and below the notes are in the very best Alfred Pub. standards, the engraving of all of the notes is much better than any other edition of Beyer Op.101 ever written. Best of all, the instructions are all in 'English', and it is very comprehensive throughout with many very instructive musical detailed musicology notes on the 'theory' as one progresses through the book with many Teacher-Pupil duets!

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