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Mainstreams - The Pianist 1

Mainstreams - The Pianist 1 composed by Walter Noona. For piano. Piano Method. Level 1. Piano method. Published by Heritage Music Press (LO.KM46).

Mainstreams in Music . . . Beginners 8 thru teens (Mainstreams)consists of: Method KM46 - KM43Pencil & Paper KM51 - KM54Performer KM58 - KM55Projects KM63 - KM66Mainstreams in Music . . . For progressing Students (Intermediate Streams)Method KM12 - KM10Repertoire KM13 - KM15Musicianship KM24 - KM22Along with delightful, original music, this course(including Intermediate Streams and The Improv) plants the seeds of improvisation and places a strong emphasis on multi-keys and keyboard harmony. An excellent choice for beginning students from upper elementary through junior high. MAINSTREAMS INMUSIC is the Noonas signature entry into the challenging world of teaching keyboard music!

  • Stepping And Resting 
  • Skipping Up And Down-Sharing Mid C 
  • Drum Beats 
  • Rests And Wrists 
  • Yankee Doodle 
  • Autumn's Tune 
  • Handfuls Of Gold 
  • Drill Between The Guideposts 
  • Fred 
  • Play It Over 
  • Tell Me Why 
  • Magic 
  • The Loudmouth 
  • Cowboy Yell 
  • Follow Me 
  • Oh No John 
  • A Sharp Tune 
  • I Have A Secret 
  • Blow the Man Down 
  • O God Our Help In Ages Past 
  • Witches Brew 
  • Merry Go Round 
  • A Thanksgiving Song 
  • Accidentally on Purpose 
  • While By My Sheep 
  • The Gypsy 
  • Guidepost March 
  • Salute To Octave C 
  • Waltz 
  • Good King Wenceslas 
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  • 5

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  • February 03, 2011 Love it

    My instructor started me in this Walter Noona book when I was 5 years old. I've been teaching out of This series since 2001. My student ages have ranged from 6 years old to 28 and at any age it has been understood wonderfully. I recommend this book to...

    anyone starting out.

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  • January 29, 2008 John Thompson Meets Robert Pace

    This method is a blend of the traditional Middle C approach with the progressive multikey approach. The result is a teachable, ultra-comprehensive approach for students age 9 and older. The course is accelerated; don't try to use it with young kids. Also, written lesson plans are essential when...

    first using the course, since the books are not coordinated page by page. Each component of the course stands on its own; the books are not reinforcements of each other. For example, Pianist 2 presents 5-finger pieces in all keys, while Performer 2 presents pieces with shifting hand positions. Projects covers both creative work and technique. The approach blends guidepost/interval reading with intensive multikey work. The pieces are very interesting and motivating. I would prefer fewer finger numbers; I white some of them out.

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