Piano Method for Children
|Material||Libro didáctico con partituras (encuadernación en espiral)|
|№ de artículo||663769|
|Autor / Compositor||Anselma Veit, Hiroyo Masumara|
|Idiomas||alemán, inglés, japonés|
|Alcance||54 Páginas; 29,7 × 21 cm|
|Año de lanzamiento||2016|
|Editorial / fabricante||Anselma Music|
|N.º del fabricante||AM 921|
The – PIANISTICO! Piano Method – series guarantees a joyful and effective learning experience as well as fun piano playing for both, the child and the teacher.
It also supports parents, because there is nothing nicer than a happy child that enjoys learning.
From the very first pieces on, the foundation for a great piano technique is laid out. The lessons are progressing slowly, which enables a stable and long-lasting learning experience.
We make sure the musical notation gets to be well understood from an early age on.
The – PIANISTICO! Piano Method – offers many different approaches. In this way, the path into every child’s heart will be found and the right key will be provided to ignite their passion for music.
– introduces musical notation slowly and carefully, – provides little songs with text to understand rhythm through language, – offers drumming exercises to feel the musical meter in the body, – helps small children to differentiate pitch notation with the “Finger Sprinter” exercises, that are found throughout book 1. Further at the end of each lesson are – one improvisation exercise and – little challenges that are made to stimulate ambition in children in a very organic, natural way.
The bass clef is introduced first with the note f – not with c1 as in traditional methods. In this way, the uncomfortable position with two thumbs on the c1 key can be avoided for the most part.
A great foundation for playing with both hands is laid out by fun and easy melodies from the very beginning on. All fingers get to be trained and prepared for a natural and good piano technique.
In addition to the music, the book is illustrated with fun artwork that never distracts from the subject to be learned: the music itself.
The images are motivating and supportive on the piano learning journey.