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Fundamentals Of Piano Theory, Level 5 - Answer Book

By Keith Snell, Martha Ashleigh

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Piano - Level 5
Composed by Keith Snell, Martha Ashleigh. Method book. Neil A. Kjos Piano Library. Answer book. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.GP665T).

Item Number: KJ.GP665T

Each of these theory reference editions provides answers for every page in the Fundamentals of Piano Theory student books. The complete student page appears with hand-written answers to help parents, teachers, or students easily correct theory pages.

About Neil A. Kjos Piano Library

The Neil A. Kjos Piano Library is a comprehensive series of piano music in a wide variety of musical styles. The Library is divided into eleven levels and will provide students with a complete performance experience in both solo and ensemble music. Teachers will find the carefully graded levels appropriate when choosing repertoire for evaluations, auditions, festivals, and examinations. The Library includes: Fundamentals of Piano Theory; Piano Repertoire, Baroque & Classical; Piano Repertoire, Romantic & 20th Century; Piano Repertoire, Etudes; Scale Skills; Music of the 21st Century; New Age Piano; Jazz Piano; One Piano Four Hands; Music for Christmas.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    City of Zion Music
    Location:
    Clovis, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • 2017-11-04 05:08:29.0 Fundamentals Of Piano Theory Answer Book

    Love the theory books, by this level, I also give them the answer book to check their own work. At this level they know the benefits of actually LEARNING AND KNOWING the theory, so it saves me time having to correct their theory by just letting them have an answer...

    Book. They also know by this level that if they have a problem or don’t understand, they just ask me. By this level I’ve also stopped assigning pages or units. I just give them the book to do at their own pace. I usually assign up to about mid-level 3. After that, I turn them loose unless the student has problems organizing their time. Only had 1 student so far I’ve needed to keep on track, but she was mentally disabled. She loved learning the theory I just moved a bit slower and always did a bit with her until I was sure she understood. She was quite accomplished in theory and amazed all her school teachers!

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