[Read] ➵ Me and My Piano Part 1 (My and My Piano) Author Dame Fanny Waterman – Tactical-player.co.uk
This is a brilliant piano book for beginners or any age It has pictorial guidance for the notes hence telling you where the notes are on the piano along with the corresponding notes on the manuscript Illustrations with colours always helps Would recommend it for younger beginners but can be a bit tedious monotonous for slightly older beginners. Me And My Piano Part Takes The Young Pianist Step By Step Through The Early Stages Of Piano Technique, First With Separate Hands, Then With A Sequence Of Very Easy Pieces For Hands Together All Use A Constant Five Finger Hand Position In The Key Of C Major Games And Puzzles Give Elementary Theory A New Lease Of Life, And Children Will Love The Rhymes And Songs Introducing Characters Such The Ostrich, Sammy Squirrel And The Old Man With The BeardFanny Waterman And Marion Harewood S Me And My Piano Series Is Probably The UK S Most Widely Used And Biggest Selling Piano Method It Is Now Published In A New Edition Including A New Larger Size, Improved Layout Making It Easier To Read, A Clean New Look With New Typesetting And Music Setting And The Instantly Recognisable Cover Designs Have Been Updated For Extra Vibrancy Enchantingly Illustrated, In Full Colour Throughout, This Essential And Irresistible Book Will Encourage The Young Pianist To Expand His Or Her Learning In The Most Enjoyable Way Contents Yankee Doodle Sing A Song Of Sixpence Kangaroo Crocodile Bears Middle D, Middle C Postman Pete At The Piano My Pony This Is E Telephone Sammy Squirrel The Ostrich Good Night , Good Morning Snowflakes The Railway Train Escalator Jelly On A Plate The Pancake Mary Had A Little Lamb Three In A Bar Humpty Dumpty Little Bo Peep Monkey Puzzles Girls And Boys Come Out To Play Left Hand Middle C Monkeys Watching TV The Caterpillar What Is Your Name Ladybird Marching Oh Dear Me Who S That Knocking This Is C, This Is G The Squirrel I Am The Prince Running Down To F See Saw The Robin Bugle Call Two Hands The Spaceman Westminster Chimes Jungle Drums Rowing Pussy Cat Monkey Puzzles Old MacDonald A Carol For Christmas The Laughing Clown My Clock Down By The Lakeside Oh When The Saints Go Marching In The Haunted Castle There Was An Old Man With A Beard I have bought many of these tutor books before The children I teach aged 6 to 10 enjoy learning from this series and are age appropriate Sent quickly Excellent. This book is perfect for younger beginners Really fun with colour coded key names The left had is not introduced untill about half way through the book so I work from the beginning and middle so that children can start to play with both hands Separately of course Great book though. I bought this book as my 6 year old son s piano teacher recommend it as a lesson book It is American Style and easy for young learner to start with My son quite enjoyed it and especially fun playing together with the CD. Good information, steady development Shame it doesn t include newer methods of early improvisation exercises, such as starting with black notes Highly recommended, though a very popular beginners book, nice and colorful and by the most famous fanny waterman I do tend to use Young beginners books with the CD as they progress slower, so for a 5 yr to 7yr, unless they practise at least 1hr and 30min a week or , I would go for the other book 1 and then you can switch to book 2 of this series I find most of my students these days don t get enough practise in due to ALL the activities they are doing Not sure this is the appropriate book for my 8 year old but it was recommended by her piano teacher As a grade 4 violinist starting piano, this has been very easy She is almost half way through the book after a couple of lessons Granted she was self learning before getting formal instruction All the local young pianists use this and like it though Easy to understand with fun tunes.