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Primer Level Sheet Music Book
By Nancy Faber

Piano/Keyboard - SMP Primer Level (Early Elementary)
Primer Level. Arranged by Nancy Faber and Randall Faber. Faber Piano Adventures®. Recital, Supplementary. Softcover. 20 pages. Faber Piano Adventures #FF1012. Published by Faber Piano Adventures (HL.420121).

Item Number: HL.420121

ISBN 9781616770129. 9.0x12.0x0.068 inches.

Well-loved folk songs arranged in middle C position with no eighth notes or dotted rhythms, providing the earliest level reading for the beginning pianist. Contents include: Yankee Doodle • The Muffin Man • London Bridge • The Wheels on the Bus • Eensie Weensie Spider • Baa! Baa! Black Sheep • On the Bridge • Hush, Little Baby • Alouette • Grapes Are Great • Pop! Goes the Weasel • Row, Row, Row Your Boat. View Helpful Introductory Videos Here.

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About SMP Primer Level (Early Elementary)

Very beginning music. Five-finger positions with no chords and almost no hand position movement.

  • Yankee Doodle 
  • The Muffin Man 
  • London Bridge 
  • The Wheels on the Bus 
  • Ten Little Indians 
  • Baa! Baa! Black Sheep 
  • On the Bridge 
  • Hush, Little Baby 
  • Alouette 
  • Shoo, Fly 
  • Pop! Goes the Weasel 
  • Row, Row, Row Your Boat 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Miriam J Hall
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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  • September 26, 2008 A lesson book kids love

    This book has songs that most kids have heard, e.g.Yankee Doodle. I use it with my students who are just beginning to read notes. The songs are all in middle C position. We write in the name of the notes at first and then gradually have less and...

    less "crutches." The children enjoy playing a song that other people recognize.

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  • 5

    Jacinta W.
    White Post, VA
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  • September 28, 2007 Great sightreading tool!

    Children like the songs in this book and enjoy playing them either alone or with the duet accompaniment provided. Could be used as a beginning sightreading book (Middle C orientation), or after completing a beginning theory book, such as the John Thompson Notespeller.

    20 of 49 people found this review helpful.
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