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Best Piano Instruction Books That You Need

Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Piano Instruction books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.

2. Primer Level – Lesson Book: Piano Adventures (1996)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You Need(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition Primer Lesson Book introduces the keyboard, note values, and the grand staff. Students play in C 5-finger scale patterns, develop recognition of steps and skips, and learn letter names independent of finger number. Musicianship is built through the use of dynamics and coloristic experimentation with the pedal. The book is organized into units which represent the major concepts and skills. As new units are introduced, earlier concepts and skills are constantly reviewed….
Author(s): Nancy Faber, Randall Faber

3. Level 1 – Theory Book: Piano Adventures (1993)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You Need(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition Theory Book provides instruction, reinforcement, and creative applications of basic theory concepts. Students will enjoy note-naming with StoryRhymes, explore improvisation, and engage with eye-training and ear-training activities all within a fun-filled context tied thematically to the Level 1 Lesson Book pieces….
Author(s): Nancy Faber

4. Alfred’s Self-Teaching Adult Piano Course: The new, easy and fun way to teach yourself to play, Book & CD (2008)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You NeedContinuing the incredible popularity of Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, this new book adapts the same friendly and informative style for adults who wish to teach themselves. With the study guide pages that have been added to introduce the music, it’s almost like having a piano teacher beside you as you learn the skills needed to perform popular and familiar music. There are also five bonus pieces: At Last * Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas * Laura * Over the Rainbow * Singin’ in the Rain. Included is a CD containing the piano part and an engaging arrangement for each of the 65 musical examples….
Author(s): Willard A. Palmer, Morton Manus

5. My First Piano Adventure: Lesson Book A with CD (2007)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You Need(Faber Piano Adventures ). Written for ages 5 and 6, My First Piano Adventure captures the child’s playful spirit. Fun-filled songs, rhythm games and technique activities develop beginning keyboard skills. Three distinguishing features of the Lesson Book A make it unique and effective for the young 5-6 year old beginner. 1. A strong focus on technique embedded in the book through playful technique games, chants, and carefully-composed pieces that gently lead the child into pianistic motions. 2. An outstanding CD for the young student to listen, sing,…
Author(s): Nancy Faber, Randall Faber

6. Alfred’s Basic Piano Library Lesson Book, Bk 1A: Book & CD (2002)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You NeedThis easy step-by-step method emphasizes correct playing habits and note reading through interval recognition. Lesson Book Level 1A begins by teaching basic keyboard topography and fluent recognition of white key names in relation to black keys. It focuses on simple rhythms and prepares students for intervallic reading with entertaining songs that focus on “same,” “stepping up” and “stepping down.” It then introduces lines and space notes in treble and bass clefs, melodic and harmonic intervals of 2nds, 3rds, 4ths and 5ths, and graduates to reading on the grand staff. It also introduces the flat and sharp signs. This course is most…
Author(s): Willard A. Palmer, Morton Manus , et al.

7. My First Piano Adventure: Lesson Book B with CD (2008)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You Need(Faber Piano Adventures ). Book B of the Fabers’ method for the young beginner moves the student into staff-reading. Music notation is explored through stepwise directional reading, pattern recognition, and changing hand positions, all in the context of engaging songs, games and creative exploration at the piano. Maintaining the child-centered philosophy of the series, the “friends at the piano” from the A Books introduce students to the music of two new composer friends Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven. Classic themes share the stage with contemporary pop and jazz…
Author(s): Nancy Faber, Randall Faber

8. Level 2A – Lesson Book: Piano Adventures (1997)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You Need(Faber Piano Adventures ). The 2nd Edition Level 2A Lesson Book follows Piano Adventures Level 1. The book opens with a Note Reading Guide and an introduction to eighth note rhythm patterns. Students work with 5-finger transposition, functional harmony, and musical phrases. Exploration of C, G, D and A major and minor 5-finger positions builds on intervallic reading skills that were introduced in the earlier level. Appealing repertoire reinforces key concepts and encourages students to explore musical expression through varied dynamics and tempos. Selections include well-known classics from the great composers and original…
Author(s): Nancy Faber, Randall Faber

9. Piano Adventures: A Basic Piano Method, Level 3A (1998)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You NeedSave BIG when you buy today!. Level 3A introduces 3/8 and 6/8 time signatures and the triplet. Students learn the chromatic scale, the 7th, one-octave arpeggios, and explore the key of D major. Contents include: Amazing Grace · Campbells are Coming · Cool Walkin’ Bass · Cossak Ride · Echoes of the Harp · Eine Kleine Nachtmusik · Ice Dancing · Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho · Land of the Silver Birch · Looking-Glass River · Lunar Eclipse · March Slav · and more….
Author(s): Nancy Faber, Randall Faber

10. alfred’s basic piano library piano lesson book level 1b (1981)

 Best Piano Instruction Books That You NeedAlfred’s Basic Piano Course – Lesson Book (Level 1B). For piano. Method/Instruction; Piano – Alfred’s Basic Piano Course. Alfred’s Basic Piano Library. Learn To Play. Beginner. Instructional book. Instructional text, illustrations, easy piano notation, fingerings and lyrics (on most songs). 48 pages. Published by Alfred Music Publishing. With instructional text, illustrations, easy piano notation, fingerings and lyrics (on most songs). Learn To Play. 9×12 inches. Alfred’s Basic Piano Library, Lesson Book 1B begins by reviewing the concepts taught in Lesson Book 1A, then introduces new…
Author(s): alfred’s

Best Piano Instruction Books That You Need

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Genesis and download some piano instruction books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

A Beginner's Guide with Step-by-Step Instruction for Piano for Teens

Author(s): Jennifer Linn
ID: 2798829, Publisher: Hal Leonard, Year: 2018, Size: 31 Mb, Format: epub

Piano Theory Workbook Book 1 (Music Instruction)

Author(s): Fred Kern
ID: 2802033, Publisher: Hal Leonard, Year: 2013, Size: 2 Mb, Format: epub

The Only Basic Piano Instruction Book You'll Ever Need: Learn to Play--from Reading Your First Notes to Constructing Complex Cords

Author(s): Halpin, Brooke
ID: 2863170, Publisher: Adams Media;F+W Media, Inc, Year: 2006, Size: 2 Mb, Format: epub

Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are truly best-sellers according to USA Today, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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