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Keyboard Town

For Beginners at the Piano from Pre-School to Adult Age

By Louise Robyn

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Piano - Beginning
For Beginners at the Piano from Pre-School to Adult Age. Composed by Louise Robyn. Classical. Student book. Standard notation. 41 pages. Theodore Presser Company #430-40097. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.430400970).

Item Number: PR.430400970

With Standard notation. classical.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Location:
    Cordell OK
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • December 24, 2011 A "Blast from the Past"

    Since my three new (VERY BEGINNER!) students are a mother and her 7-and-5-year old sons, I needed something multi-generational which they could study together. I was delighted to find "Keyboard Town" and its companion books "Technic Tales #1 and #2 still in print. "Keyboard Town" was...

    my very first book when I started piano at the age of 4, back in 1947. The old-fashioned-looking artwork was very attractive to me then...and still is. And the musical basis for its teaching method got me off on a firm footing as a pianist.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Jacksonville, Fl
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • August 25, 2008 Fun for beginner

    Lots of exercises to familiarize child with instrument. I used it with a 4 year old with much success. For getting the basics this book does a good job. Title should read Keyboard Town.

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  • 5

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    Beginner
  • June 29, 2008 AWESOME!

    I am now sixteen years old and am advising friends who want to learn how to play the piano. I wanted to find a book for that is so practical, easy, and logical; a book which presents music in a way that can be easily understood and remembered. You see...

    , children often have memory lapses. As a result, teachers should find methods to slowly introduce music to these kids. If music is introduced slowly and carefully, with lots of humor and fun, the student will remember. Teachers should look for a series that "right of the bat" has a student learn to read a staff and identify notes (rather than some methods who have students read quarter notes in space and have them identify notes in that fashion. To me, that is just time wasted). This book does all of the above and then-some. I started lessons in pre-school and to this day, I still remember this book. This book is wonderful and I definitely agree that this is one of the best methods for any beginning piano student.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Mantorville, MN
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • February 12, 2008 Keyboard Town

    I was delighted to find that this was still available, as I had been told it was out of print. It is an excellent book to use with an early beginner. I find it the best for Kindergarten age through 2nd grade. It focuses on notes and rhythms rather than...

    counting and note values which is difficult for a young student. Thank you for making it available.

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