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Michael Aaron Piano Course: Lessons Grade 1 par [Aaron, Michael]
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The Michael Aaron Piano Course Lesson books have been completely re-engraved, expanded (adding more definitions of musical terms and more musical pieces), updated (with modernized artwork), and re-edited (with less emphasis on fingerings and more on note-reading).

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 10365 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 64 pages
  • Editeur : Alfred Music (1 mars 1994)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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Par tina le 10 novembre 2012
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Idéale pour un adulte débutant, cette méthode évolue vite et simplement. Les progrès sont vite présents.
Les morceaux choisis sont joyeux. Noter cependant qu'étant en anglais, les notes sont des lettres et non des do, ré, mi...
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A challenging and excellent piano course, with some flaws 27 mars 2003
Par Thane Williams - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I'm an adult piano student, who started learning with some basic knowledge already under my belt (How to read some notes, how to count time, what sharps and flats are). I found this book the perfect beginning point. Each song challenges me and teaches me new principles. After playing the songs in this book, I find the songs in other lesson books easy to play from sight. Students might also want to pick up an easier book to play for fun and relaxation, as every song in this book will challenge your abilities.
A few notes:
* I would not recommend this book to someone who is starting with no knowledge whatsoever. The Michael Aaron Primer might be more appropriate, though I haven't tried it.
* I would not recommend this book to someone trying to teach themselves. The book is intended for use with a teacher who can explain some of the techniques. (You should be learning from a teacher anyway. I don't recommend teaching yourself piano; you'll learn to do many things wrong.)
* Anyone using this book should also be using the Performance, Technic, and Theory books for your grade level.
Finally, I have deducted one star for the following reasons:
* Some of the fingerings they recommend are funky. My teacher has had to recommend better fingerings several times, with great results.
* The layout and graphics are very outdated, including a potentially offensive drawing to go with the song "Chopstick Revels".
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A good default piano method book 14 août 2011
Par Patricia Shanks - Publié sur
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The Michael Aaron Lessons Book 1 has been my go-to method book for years. I call it the "smart" book. Great for attentive pre-teens and for most serious teens and adult beginners, it is easily assimilated and not too childish or silly. For adults, it only takes a couple of lessons to be able to proceed to "Sandman's Lullaby" on page 15, which is usually the first challenging piece for them. Not too heavy for those who want to play for fun, and not too light for those who really want to learn something. Middle C position with all nine notes introduced by page 10. Slight change in hand position by page 13. Skips and mixed rhythm values from page 14, on. Contrary and parallel motion page 17. By page 20, sharps and flats, legato technique and slurs. An effective, rewarding and enlightening transposition exercise on page 28 that I usually expand into other keys to help adults with ear training and improvisation. For adults and those who learn fast and might become bored easily, it might be best to incorporate some fun popular material or other material of interest after a few lessons.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My favorite piano method, 18 mars 2014
Par Yodel Nut - Publié sur
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I have used all the piano methods for my 20 + students. I like this one best because of the challenges and the quality of the tunes. Harmony right away. No long periods of horizontal music with minute little advances. The very bright and physically adept student is happy with this - and it makes them feel like they are really making music - not just playing baby tunes. I especially like it for 8-12 year olds. These kids don't need the drawings and the big notes and can get down to the business of learning for learning's sake. I like the no-nonsense approach. I find it hard to locate this method in local stores - so order from Amazon. I hope they do not take it off the market - my favorite for the right students. Also a great supplement for adult methods with the chord approach - which get boring. Adults need some variations and I find this is a great accompaniment to them.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Course for the Young Piano Student 2 septembre 2012
Par C. Clearly - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I was 7 years old when I started lessons and my teacher guided me through Michael Aaron's course. For a seven-year-old, it provided a challenge.

It's extremely important to match a beginner's training with a course appropriate to the student's age. Michael Aaron's course is a tried and true method for the younger beginner. It was my first piano course and today I am an accomplished classical pianist.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for piano lessons 21 avril 2013
Par J - Publié sur
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My daughter's piano instructor has uses this book for her private piano lessons. I'm usually present at the lessons and the book appears to have a nice approach to learning the scales and building upon your playing. It gradually eases the student from the most basic notes to full songs relatively easily. I personally know nothing about playing piano, so I'm simply going by what I observe. So far, this book has worked great for us. Excellent choice for a beginning pianist, especially younger children.
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