This appealing course of study for beginners age 12 and up is designed functionally, allowing students to play and harmonize melodies from the beginning. Wonderful book for a beginner or for a student brushing up after being away from the game for awhile! All instruments in our catalogs and on our shopping site carry the manufacturers' warranties against defects in parts and workmanship. We will be glad to help facilitate the repair or replacement as specified by the manufacturer.
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I get a lot of things land in my inbox that claim to he helpful for parents of piano students.
When I became a member of The Curious Piano Teachers last summer, the community and training focused me on improving my practice, challenged my creativity, and really began a snowball of self-evaluation.
As I suggested earlier, I have been finding quite a few gaps in musical awareness at beginner level, so in January this year I took this matter in hand and set up my first pre-piano beginner group.
Huge thanks to Helen Russell for her inspiration and skill, and also for allowing me to share this with you. Pulse First I sang familiar songs from DoReMi Piano Book 2, Bells in the Steeple and Lavender’s Blue. Still no mention of three beats in a bar but both boys were proving they had the feel for the metre through their performances.
Rhythm Memory I created a new three beat rhythm, ta titi ta, with blocks on my heart strip and we all clapped it.
Creating Rhythm Each boy then altered their rhythms to create something of their own, with their own rather interesting words! The Big Reveal Dylan realised straight away that there were three beats in each bar or line. Practise We then sang as many songs, rhymes and patterns as we could think of while clap-clicking in threes. Solfa This session was all about the rhythm but Sail Boat has many patterns that are ideal for singing in solfa. I am always on the lookout for interesting and topical activities for my students that are also linked to their learning objectives. I have a number of students this winter that have just been introduced to the minor tonality and I wanted a song that would be both seasonal and develop their familiarity and understanding of the tonality.
I love the song Goblins Are Around Tonight (Songs for Singing and Musicianship Training – David and Yuko Vinden) and often use it when introducing the minor tonality. It uses the la pentachord la ti do re mi and the rhythms ta, titi and ta-a although you could rewrite with a ta rest. Looking ahead to Christmas, perhaps you’re looking for an easy song for your Early Years Nativity.
Due to popular demand DoReMi Piano Book 1, Book 2 and also the Book 1 Teacher Guide are now available as studio licensed e-Books. When you purchase an of the e-Book you will be sent a personalised pdf of the book along with permission to use the e-Book with any number of your own students as an individual teacher; this license may not be shared with any other teachers in the same studio or different studios. Teachers outside the UK can use this option to avoid paying the international postage costs. Teachers all over the world can use this option to create a tailored curriculum for their students. Do get in touch if you have any questions and let me know how you use the e-Books to help you create a flexible and tailor-made curriculum. You might have noticed that the Book 1 Teacher Guide and Book 2 are both out of stock at the moment but rest assured that new stock will arrive on Monday 26th October so feel free to place your order and it will be dispatched early next week.
Ideal for use with DoReMi Piano Book 2 and beyond as musicianship skills are developed alongside practical performance.
Activities are #1 – What should be in your books for the young students is activities!
Pace of Topics – Most preschoolers will want to jump from one thing to another in the lesson, but still learn topics at a slower pace than elementary age children and the method book needs to present ideas in small chunks. At this age we’re starting to get some great progress with piano and the speed will increase. Topic Reviews with Theory books – Since the pace of the learning is different and increased, that means more is going to be coming at our little musician. Grade or Difficulty Levels by Publisher – I’m sure that you see level numbers on each of the books at this time. At this age, we’re really starting to play with emotion and learning how to really play music. Performance Expression Explained – Classical books are a lot more interesting when the student has heard of the music before.
These are a few things that could help when looking through method books at a music store that help choosing a little easier.

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Consult the documentation that came with your product for details in addition to the information below. They are well prepared for their lesson, excited to show me their new skills and eager to move on. My eldest is past the beginner stage now and can quite happily get on with his practice without my supervision. As an ex-primary teacher, I’m motivated most by seeing children having fun, whilst discovering new things.
This led to lessons becoming more varied and child-centred, with more learning taking place away from the piano in practical activities and games. I contacted three year 1 children from my waiting list and invited them to come along for half an hour a week of fun! This time Dylan, clearly determined to show that he can keep the pulse through the high notes, managed a lovely rhythm-pulse combo! There are repeating s-m-s, m-s-m, f-r-f, r-f-r.  It does go down to low la, and ti, near the end but otherwise stays within the do pentachord. Winter Elves is an adaptation of this with a winter theme. Hopefully it will evoke images of cheeky elves and not sinister ones! They are not too impressed with their accommodation and are worried about getting to sleep with all the animal noises! It enables individual pages of the book to be printed out as and when needed by each student.
Suitable for instrumental and musicianship students, the 25 leaf book alternates blank pages with manuscript pages.
Many students have no idea where to start when it comes to finding a book to help them learn how to play piano. There are quite a few series for this age, Music Tree, Little Mozart, both by Alfred, and also “Primer for the Young beginner” books by Bastien.
Lesson books with activities are probably the number one thing that should be included for this age. This can be seen by a new topic being introduced and having at least 2 or 3 songs until a new idea is introduced. There needs to be a notebook in the home to track our progress on piano and we’ll start learning more complex topics and really take off in reading music.
So, instead of having lots of activities in the book, this age of students need “Theory books”, which regularly reviews old topics and keeps them fresh in the student’s mind.
Depending on what level the student is playing on, we can do “older student” series books if they’re just starting.
Since there are diminishing outlets that expose teenagers to classical music, it’s best if these have CDs as well.
Perfect for beginners who prefer a chord approach, students learn how to play chords in either hand in order to move beyond simply playing single note melodies. When they are not prepared they don’t enjoy their lessons as much, they creep out of their classroom with apologies and the atmosphere of the lesson is totally different.
Your child will still remember what we did in the lesson, how the songs sound and the rules of the games or actions.
Although I still listen out, and jog his memory when he’s playing his favourite piece and neglecting the others!
And email me if you have ANY questions about the homework, or whether you’re doing it right.
When I left school teaching and began piano teaching 2 years ago, I never imagined I could end up being even more creative than I was in my classroom. However, the more I have endeavoured to make learning purposeful, musical and enjoyable, the less satisfied I have become with traditional tutor books. Instead, I’m thrilled that they understand how the sound relates to the dots on the page, and that they are being creative in their communication of this.
It was clear from his face that he realised his mistake and insisted on getting another turn. Dylan and I also clapped in canon, something Thomas was reluctant to do, but I did insist he watch and decide if we had performed it correctly. If we do some work on these motives over the next few weeks then Thomas will find Sail Boat familiar and achievable.
You can alter the number of verses depending on which animals you want to add to the stable.

Perhaps you want to develop musicianship alongside your existing favourite method book, or prefer to work without notation for longer.
This enables solfege students to write stick notation, pulse and pitch pictures and more on the left hand page and then transfer to the stave on the right. Fortunately, there are many books written on the best way to learn piano and unfortunately, there are many books on the best way to learn piano.
If you open the book and can’t see lots of things to color or lots of spaces to draw and things of this nature, then it’s not the right book for the age. This means that there will at least need to be two books for every level, a “Lesson book” and “Theory book”.
So, a level 2 in one book won’t necessarily be the same in another level 2 book and the paces will be a little different. But in addition to that, an explanation of what should be expressed in the music, for example Music by the Masters series, gives you both a CD and an explanation of what is trying to be expressed in the music helps translate what the composers intended to the younger generation. The accompanying DVD includes an introduction to all the pages in the book and performances of the pieces by well-known teacher, Gayle Kowalchyk. They seem to be at once limiting and intimidating, with musical value compromised but musical skills (such as time keeping and hearing pitch) assumed to be present from the start. After Easter, and a lesson arranging Easter egg pictures to represent high and low notes in a song, I decided they were ready to start looking at notation and the first few pieces from the book.
The children also went on to use sticky foam circles on two lines to compose and perform their own pieces in the same way.
The boys closed their eyes and I changed one of the beats so it became titi titi ta. I challenged them to record both rhythms on their strips and they came up with their own words for the second line. Maybe you are already experienced with the Kodaly approach and want to use the resources in your own way.
There are usually Lesson books, Theory books, Performance books, Note-writing books, Activity or Game books, etc. This should be mandatory in order to show the relation between topics and present them in a way that makes sense.
Essential to learning jazz and other rhythmic styles is to know what it sounds like because the rhythms are difficult to read with no audio reference. Titles: Alouette * Alpine Melody * Amazing Grace * At Last * Au Claire de la Lune * Aura Lee * The Ballad of Gilligan's Island * Beautiful Brown Eyes * Blow the Man Down! Of course with DoReMi Piano you can always pop along to the audio resources section of the site to listen to the songs if you can’t quite remember them.
Some days we don’t manage it, but if we aim for every day, succeeding four or five times a week is still excellent. He will go and bash out something he thinks is quite adequate, but really the teacher wants him to work on more than just banging the right keys in sort of the right time. By the time we look at Sail Boat in our lesson, Thomas will not only have a really good grasp of the feeling of three-time, he will also have heard the piece several times. So, let’s talk about what to look for when picking up a book for a child depending on age and features of the book.
I sit with him and almost give him a mini lesson as we work our way through the activities for the week and chat about whether he thinks he has made any improvements in relation to that week’s objectives.
In this book, the structure and resources are there, but it allows me to be creative both at and away from the piano, and provides me with lots of support through the teacher book.
Of course, when I then presented them with the sheet music they were keen to get on the piano as they understood exactly how it worked.
I’m so busy in the mornings getting everything ready for school that sometimes I just let him bash the keys. However, I know that each time he bashes, it’s not much better than not bothering to practise at all.
Thomas knew immediately which was correct and explained that he hadn’t kept the pulse going on the held note. Kids will love these arrangements that let even beginners play some of Disney's biggest pop hits!
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