Présentation de l'éditeur
This comprehensive 240-page book, with diagrams and colour photographs, is full of helpful information and tips about buying a piano, planning and organising your lessons, finding pupils, choosing books, teaching adults and children in your own home, teaching piano in schools, liaising with parents, teaching beginners to more advanced pianists, entering students for examinations, managing time, paperwork and finances, teaching students with learning difficulties, teaching your own children and dealing with the highs and lows of being a piano teacher. There is advice on helping pupils to read music, to play scales and to survive a piano exam - with detailed information on teaching aural and preparing pupils for music theory examinations.
For anyone who wants to know how to teach piano, this invaluable guide provides the answers. Jan Hazell once had doubts about her ability to become a piano teacher but she is now extremely successful and happy in her work. Through a very honest account of her experiences working at home in the UK, she wants to help you become a piano teacher too.