(Faber Piano Adventures ). 64 pages of fun-filled activities support the music learning process. Reading steps on the staff is a primary focus of Book B. The inventive Writing Book guides young players in reading, hearing and creating with steps on the Grand Staff. Teachers will welcome the special “C.L.A.P. for Sightreading” pages, designed to reinforce and celebrate note-reading. Students touch on music history with Mozart’s and Beethoven’s Fun Facts and Games and take a peek into Beethoven’s Composing Room. Tucker, Blinker and Tap return with ear-training, sightreading, and rhythm fun. Then there is also the Tooth Fairy Visit, Rhythm Beads, Escape of the Quarter Notes… and much more.

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  • Softcover64 pagesSize: 12″ x 9″Composer: Randall FaberISBN: 1616776226

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  1. Ellen M. DuBois

    Great piano lesson books! Challenging on each level, from Primer to Advanced I really enjoy teaching with the Faber books in addition to other methods I use. No matter what the level, this series focuses on getting my students to read their music more quickly. There’s a strong base in music theory and I find my students play from the grand staff a bit more quickly. The pieces tend to have a bit more challenge to them, depending on level, and I’ve seen very good results using these books. From lesson books to theory and technique and great solo pieces, I recommend these…

  2. Krista

    Would DEFINITELY recommend for preschool piano students! I have one piano student who just turned four, and this is by far the best method I have found to teach preschoolers. I used a different method with her before (that was designed specially for preschoolers) but she still seemed to struggle with basic concepts. Now that we are using this method, she was really flourished and grown in her skills! It moves at a perfect pace for the average preschooler; there is always something new and fun to do, but they don’t move too quickly into note names and…

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