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Alfred's Publishing - Basic Piano Course: Lesson Book 4

Article number: AP2110
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This easy step-by-step method emphasizes correct playing habits and note reading through interval recognition. Lesson Book 4 concepts include: tarantellas; eighth note triplets; arpeggiated chords; first and second inversion triads in C; triads in all positions; major scales in parallel motion; two-part writing; seventh chords and inversions of seventh chords; E harmonic minor scale in contrary motion; primary chords in E minor; sixteenth notes; dotted eighth notes; primary chords in B-flat Major and G Minor; repeated-note warm-ups; and harmonic minor scales in parallel motion.

For reinforcement of each principle as it is introduced, supplementary material is carefully coordinated, page for page, at each level of instruction.

Coordinating supplemental books for Level 4 include:

Classic Themes • Duet • Ear Training • Merry Christmas • Musical Concepts • Recital • Repertoire • Sight Reading • Technic • Theory and Top Hits! Solo, Christmas and Duet books.

Songs include:

America the Beautiful (Ward) • The Battle Hymn of the Republic (Steffe-Howe) • Black Forest Polka • Blow, Winds, Blow! • Calypso Holiday! • Comedians' Dance (Kabelevsky) • Farewell to Thee (Aloha Oe) • Gypsy Dance • Haunted House • He's Got the Whole World in His Hands • The Hokey-Pokey • The House of the Rising Sun • The Magic Piper • Musette (Bach) • Olympic Procession • Pomp and Circumstance No. 1 (Elgar) • Prelude in A Minor • Space Shuttle Blues • Spinning Wheel • Swingin' Sevenths • Tarentella • Waltz in G Minor • Waves of the Danube (Ivanovici)

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