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Piano Party Book C

By Jane Smisor Bastien

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Piano - Book C,3
Composed by Jane Smisor Bastien. Method. Bastiens' Invitation to Music. Music book. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.WP272).

Item Number: KJ.WP272
ISBN 849795567.

Piano Party is the core book at all four levels of the Bastiens' Invitation to Music Series (A, B, C, D); new concepts are introduced in the Piano Party books. Along with Piano Party, the companion books, Theory & Ear Training Party and Performance Party, provide the formula for a well-balanced music education. Colorful illustrations in all the books are used to reinforce concepts and styles, to maintain interest, and to motivate. Book C presents pieces written on the grand staff with an emphasis on reading steps and skips before intervals of 4ths and 5ths are introduced. Slurs, ties, forte, piano, and 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 concepts are mastered. Students read from bass clef low F to treble clef high G in the positions of C, G, F (Group 1), and Middle C position.

About Bastiens' Invitation To Music

Sensitive and inspired teaching of early childhood students is a very satisfying and joyful experience for both parents and teachers. Ensure the success of these very special students with the Bastiens' Invitations to Music series, an exciting introduction to the marvelous world of music. No reading or writing is presumed, all necessary skills are developed gradually in successive levels of instruction.

The Bastiens' Invitation to Music series uses gradual multi-key approach, guiding children from pre-staff notation to staff reading. Illustrations and activities that are fun and instructional enhance learning and heighten interest. Ideal for children 4 and up.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Kingston,Jamaica
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • July 24, 2008 piano party book C

    Excellent follow up to Piano Party book A and B. The method used to introduce the lines and spaces of the staff is quite logical.It helps the students to read the music fluently.Beginner students progress really quickly using this method

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