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Piano Adventures Primer Level - Theory Book (2nd Edition)

By Randall Faber

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Piano/Keyboard - Primer
Faber Piano Adventures®. Theory. Softcover. 48 pages. Faber Piano Adventures #FF1076. Published by Faber Piano Adventures (HL.420169).

Item Number: HL.420169
ISBN 1616770767. Theory. 9x12 inches.

The 2nd Edition Primer Theory Book provides important reinforcement and creative application of basic theory concepts. Students will enjoy note-naming with StoryRhymes, exploring improvisation, and engage with eye-training and ear-training activities – all within a fun-filled context tied thematically to the Primer Lesson Book pieces.

About Basic Piano Adventures

Piano Adventures has set a new standard for a new century of piano teaching. It is fast becoming the method of choice at leading university pedagogy programs and major teaching studios around the world. But more importantly, Piano Adventures is bringing smiles to the faces of thousands of piano students. It can do the same for your students.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • December 11, 2011 Very Different Than the First

    The second edition of the theory book is very different. Page numbers and activities have been changed. It's still a good method, but don't expect to use it with any of the first edition books or with your old lesson plans. I tech class piano and all of...

    my students had to get the 2nd edition because it just wouldn't be compatible. I've also had to rewrite all my lesson plans, so be prepared to spend some time doing that.

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  • 2

    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • August 18, 2011 NOOOO!!!!

    I've used Faber's method for years and have always loved it. I cannot express my disappointment in their 2nd edition. On the 3rd page of the theory book they begin to teach improvisation! Why on earth would a child who doesn't know the difference between a C...

    and G need to work on his improvision!? They don't need to be taught how to bang on the keys. Also, I feel they tried to 'modernize' with more graphics but they are simply overwhelming. I'm not looking for a picture book, just the old, wonderful, straightforward theory book. BRING BACK THE FIRST EDITION!

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  • 5

    Location:
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    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • October 09, 2008 Super Simple to use!

    WOW!! We are amazed at this book!

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  • 5

    Location:
    Chicago
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • December 02, 2007 Very thorough exercises

    Faber and Faber have the most thorough set of exercises I've yet seen in piano methods. Besides covering a wide range of skills, they have been very creative is designing exercises that look different from each other so the students don't feel like they're playing the same...

    "games" over and over. I've taught 33 years and I'm glad my students like doing these theory books.

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