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Alfred Adult Piano Course Lesson Bk 1 --- Piano - Palmer, Manus & Lethco --- Alfred Publishing (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 1983

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Broché, 1 janvier 1983
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Ce cours est conçu pour le débutant adulte qui souhaite apprendre le piano en apprenant et en jouant des accords rapidement. Le cours a un certain nombre de caractéristiques qui le rendent particulièrement réussi en atteignant ce but. Il progresse très sans à-coup, sans les lacunes qui causent sauter des sections dures. En outre, il enseigne des accords pour les deux mains. Pour cette raison, les morceaux sont plus musicaux et font jouer une expérience plus riche et plus rewarding. On enseigne également la compréhension de la façon dont des accords sont formés. Au lieu des accords mémorisants, les étudiants apprennent comment les dériver indépendamment de quelle clé ils jouent dedans. En conclusion, le choix du matériel de chanson est exceptionnel, avec quelques favoris populaires et familiers mélangés aux originaux harmonieux, tout s'ajoutant à l'amusement et au plaisir de faire la musique.

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Pour des débutants ou plus confirmés, les partitions sont faciles à déchiffrer bien qu'elles soient en anglais, les doigtés bien expliqués.
Les exercices adaptés aux partitions proposées. Un bon manuel, qui m'a beaucoup satisfait.
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HASH(0x91e6c504) étoiles sur 5 Excellent intro 27 septembre 2003
Par Louis Gudema - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Having studied piano minimally as a child (six months?), I decided at the age of 49, while at my daughter's recital, that I'd like to learn, but perhaps without the cost (at least at first) of lessons. So after looking through several books at the local music store, I bought this one, with CD (very important, but seems not to be the version sold on Amazon). It was just the ticket.
In four months I have completed the book, and now can play moderately complex beginning pieces (for variety, I've supplemented it with a few pieces from getsheetmusic.com, and can play level 3 and occasional level 4 pieces from there). Each page teaches just the a little bit more, and gives you the practice pieces to master it before going on. A very steady, satisfying rate of progress. You also learn notation, musical terms, intervals, and a smattering of music theory, such as keys, although this is not real strong. I found it useful near the end of the book to go back and review just the theory pages in one sitting; they then came together much better for me than when I ran across them one by one through the course.
The musical selections are uneven, but most are fine. They are all public domain, in a wide range of styles from jazz to folk to spiritual, and some are quite beautiful (a haunting arrangement of "Scarborough Fair," the rousing gospel "Standing in the Need of Prayer" -- and I'm Jewish <g>). You end with the first part of Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" (somewhat simplified arrangement, although they don't say that, but still quite nice) and "Amazing Grace."
I think it's very important to get the book with CD. The CD contains all the practice pieces, and helps you realize if you have the notes or rhythm wrong (like a teacher stopping you and saying, "no, like this.")
Alfred is a major musical instruction publisher, and they offer many companion books at all levels, from theory to technique ("Finger Aerobics") to music in all styles (and for all instruments).
A few nits:
(1) the CD is midi; it would be nicer if it were a real piano
(2) they teach three methods of chord notation -- full notation on the staff, names (i.e., G, D7), and primary chords (I, IV, and V7), but are uneven in providing the name and primary chords for the pieces throughout, so you can't always practice that
But those are minor nits. My playing continues to steadily improve, and what I'm learning makes me a much more educated listener, too.
It's time to move on to book two.
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HASH(0x92144e7c) étoiles sur 5 Alfred is Awesome! 24 mars 2005
Par K. Alphs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
After taking piano lessons for three years, spending a considerable sum for the teachers time/expertise while utilizing the "latest teaching method" which I did not care for I almost gave up playing the piano completely. However one day I was looking through a homeschooling catalog when I noticed the "Alfred's Basic Adult Piano Course". I liked the review I read of the product and decided to order it. What did I have to loose? I sat down at the piano the very next week with my lesson book, after playing through several of the lessons I was hooked! Alfred's course takes you back to the fundamental basics of music and piano. After all if you don't learn the basics you are lost. The lesson book I ordered came with a CD which has been very helpful in doing the lessons. Alfred produces other books to round out the series: finger aerobics, theory, sacred, christmas and greatest hits music. This program is great for those who love independant study or are limited in the amount of time/money they can spend on piano lessons. Alfred also produces a series for children in a kid friendly format,Music for Little Mozart's, Alfred's Prep Course, and Alfred's Basic Piano Course. Alfred makes music fun for everyone!
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HASH(0x91e669c0) étoiles sur 5 If you want to learn classical piano, this is the series for you! 30 novembre 2006
Par Thomas Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Like so many other reviewers of piano books on Amazon, I have purchased enough books to replenish the rain forest, but unfortunately, very few were helpful -- except for the Alfred series -- My goal was to read sheet music/musical scores; not necessarily just play "Raindrops keep..". The "popular" books teach you chords and shortcuts, but if you want the foundation, these are the books. They are well-written; the exercises are very well designed (I hate 'Jingle Bells', but its the first song using both the left and right hands, and I feel good!). I'm also taking one lesson a month to review what I'm doing in the book(s) and get some pointers from a pro. For me, this is the best way to learn, and I think the Alfred series for adults are the best books to help me along my pianistic journey.
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HASH(0x91e6c6a8) étoiles sur 5 Not as good as Alfred's Basic (Non-Adult) Course 21 avril 2008
Par Booklover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have used Alfred's Basic (non-adult) Piano Course for years with my students with great success. When I began to teach an older beginner, I thought I'd try the adult course. I am not as pleased with it. The adult course focuses mostly on chords in the left hand, so one does not learn to read the independent notes as readily in the left hand. The left hand does not get the strength and independence that the right hand does because of this emphasis on chords. Therefor I will be switching back to the regular Alfred Basic (non-Adult) course.
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HASH(0x91e6cc78) étoiles sur 5 Just what I needed! 21 mars 2007
Par robyn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a thirty-something person learning the piano with no musical experience at all. This book has definitely taught me to play, and no other book I picked up came close. The Alfred book starts at the very beginning with pictures of numbered fingers and numbered keys. And within a few pages you're reading music and playing with two hands! The pace is appropriate for an adult, progressing quickly, but with full explanation of each new skill.

I would still recommend getting additional beginner books if you're serious about learning the piano, because it's useful to have a variety of resources, but this book is the one that taught me to play.

Good luck!
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