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The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method, Performance Book 1

By Philip Groeber

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Guitar - Primer
Composed by Philip Groeber. Methods. The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method. The Performance Book provides additional songs written in a variety of styles to reinforce skills learned in the Lesson Book.. Guitar. Book. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.G1018).

Item Number: FJ.G1018
ISBN 1-56939-167-X. Guitar.

This may be used as a supplement to other guitar methods as well. All songs are suitable for public performance.

About FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method

The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method is a well-conceived, graded guitar method designed especially for the younger beginner. Presenting one concept at a time, the method engages students with lively songs instead of exercises. Both teacher and student will enjoy the arrangements right from the beginning! The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method addresses the National Standards for Arts Education.Available in three levels./p

  • Octave Song 
  • Rainy Day 
  • Bingo 
  • The Last Resort 
  • Midnight in Madrid 
  • Moving to the Music 
  • EverGreen Forest 
  • A Winter Sunset 
  • Jazz Time 
  • The Old Gray Goose 
  • All Through The Night 
  • Road Song 
  • Chorale 
  • Halloween 
  • Renaissance Pavane 
  • Dance of the Rainmaker 
  • Long, Long Ago 
  • Rainbow Station 
  • I'm A Little Teapot 
  • Vive l'AMour 
  • German Lute Dance 
  • Beautiful Brown Eyes 
  • Down in the Valley 
  • Faith of Our Fathers 
  • Alouette 
  • Old Hundredth 
  • Dog Gone Blues 
  • Song Of The Sea 
  • Old Folks At Home 
  • My Dreydel. 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Northern Illinois
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • April 22, 2009 Great book for young students

    I have taught guitar for several years and have had lots of success with this method. Students are able to grasp the concepts. The material is presented so that the student does not get to many new things at once. I have used this method with second through sixth graders...

    and have had a lot of success.

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