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- Classic Series: Volume 2 Intermediate Basics for the Piano
- Essential Piano and Keyboard Technique
- Mastering Intervals
“I have found that [Classic Series] Volume 2’s five workshops cover more complicated musical concepts [than Volume 1] in a comprehensive way that will help students’ positive progress. I would strongly recommend this Series to young teachers and self-study adults.”
Dr. Anna Krendel – Past President and District IX Coordinator, California Association of Professional Music Teachers.
“Here in one book [Essential Piano and Keyboard Technique] may be all that a teacher needs for developing the technique of the serious student. I especially found the preparatory tools for learning the scales to be extremely helpful with my students. What is particularly attractive about this collection is that the requirements of all the levels of our state evaluation system are included here, making this one book very practical for students over time.”
Lee Galloway – Past President, Music Teachers’ Association of California; composer and performing artist.
“I’ve been teaching piano for over 25 years and it’s been a long, long search to find a wonderful workbook like ‘Mastering Intervals’. Having students who can recognize, analyze and hear correctly all intervals in their music is key to successful music reading. This book, if followed diligently, will definitely help your students achieve such goals. I have a student who before ‘Mastering Intervals’ was having the worst time reading music. He would go into a panic when learning any new piece because he would have to read new notes. I tried other workbooks with him but none of them really gave a thorough study of just what intervals are. Mostly they glossed over their importance too quickly making it so my student did not absorb the lesson. This past summer, I gave him ‘Mastering Intervals’ and he has completed 2/3rds of the book. In a lesson just last week, this same student pointed out his own mistake in his music, stating he accidentally played a perfect fourth instead of an augmented fourth, I could have jumped for joy. I can thank ‘Mastering Intervals’ for my student having this knowledge.”