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Premier Piano Course Duets, Book 2A

Edited by Gayle Kowalchyk and E. L. Lancaster. Book; Graded Standard Repertoire; Method/Instruction; Piano - Alfred's Premier Piano Course. Premier Piano Course. Children; Recital. 32 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.44621).

Item Number: AP.44621

ISBN 1470626438.

Alfred's Premier Piano Course: Duet 2A includes motivational music that reinforces concepts introduced in Lesson Book 2A. These duets for one piano, four hands continue the strong pedagogical focus of the course while providing the enjoyment of playing with a friend or family member. Written by America's leading pedagogical composers, these duets contain equally leveled parts for secondo and primo. Within each duet, melodic material is shared between the parts. Styles include ballad, blues, boogie, jazz, ragtime, and latin. Titles: Circus Capers (Martha Mier) * Drifting in Space (Wynn-Anne Rossi) * Knock Three Times (Tom Gerou) * Mountain Climbing (Melody Bober) * Reach for the Stars (Dennis Alexander) * Sunny Day Parade (Mike Springer) * Who's There? (Carol Matz) * You're It! (Robert D. Vandall). "Mountain Climbing," "Reach for the Stars," and "Who's There?" are Federation Festivals 2016-2020 selections.
List/syllabus: Federation Festivals 2016-2020.

About Alfred's Premier Piano Course

Premier Piano Course offers today's students a fully integrated and comprehensive approach to piano instruction, featuring a perfect blend of music, lyrics, pedagogy, art, and fun! Notation and keyboard skills are taught early on, with special emphasis on rhythm reading, technical development, creative thinking, and musicality. The many varied moods and styles of Premier's songs provide fresh, enjoyable learning and performing experiences for students.

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  • 2016-06-14 17:26:08.0 Disappointed

    I haven't purchased these duets. The music may be wonderful, it is certainly a great collection of composers. I'm disappointed to see that the parts are written as transposing up or down an octave rather than expanding the student's reading outside 2-3 octaves. I would rather...

    not dumb down the reading of duets. Part of playing duets is learning to read two treble or two bass parts. I would love to see these rescored in real pitch.

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