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Print length: 108 pages
Part of series: Easy letter notes
Size: 8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches
Item Weight: 12,6 ounces
The JOY of playing your first songs a few moments after receiving this book is indescribable
Don’t waste countless hours learning tedious rules and traditional notation symbols. Use our simple notation – and start playing effortlessly!
Learning to play from traditional notes is difficult. Stop tiring yourself out and instead try our specially simplified not.
The JOY of playing the first songs a few moments after receiving the book is indescribable.
Even though songs can be played in a fabulously easy way – they retain their accurate and beautiful sound.
… no need to be naturally talented or highly skilled.
Playing the piano is also a great way for parents, grandparents, and children to spend time together.
Tried and tested method – already, several thousand people in multiple countries successfully play songs using our letter notation method.
“Letter notation is so simple that even a six-year-old can play using it.”
No initial knowledge is required! – Everything you need to know about using this method can be learnt at the beginning of the book.
Play keys only with your right hand, one by one.
You only need to learn the names of the seven piano keyboard keys (C, D, E, F, G, A, B).
Play simultaneously with your right and left hand (the letters inside squares indicate the left keys).
Playing using letter notation, you will feel as if someone is showing you which piano key you should press.
Play simultaneously with your right and left hand – with your left hand, play several notes at once (chords) instead of individual keys.
In the book, you will find a description of how to play chords like it’s child’s play.
– Basics of learning to play the piano
– Learning to play in three steps
– Frequently asked questions
– Major chords
– Minor chords
20th Century Fox Fanfare
Colonel Bogey March
Dance of the Knights
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Entry of the gladiators
Hallelujah from ,,The Messiah’’
In the hall of the Mountain King
La donna e mobile (Rigoletto, Verdi)
Minuet in G
Nocturne op.9 no.2
O sole mio
Por Una Cabeza
Trisch – trasch polka
Vivaldi Four Seasons: Autumn
Vivaldi Four Seasons: Spring
Vivaldi Four Seasons: Winter
Wilhelm Tell Ouverture, Rossini
Ode to Joy
500 miles away from home
Air on a G string
Bridal chorus from Lohengrin Wagner
Caprice Number 24
Carnival of Venice
Intermezzo No. 1
Minuet in D Minor Bach
Morning from Peer Gynt
Over the Waves
Piano Sonata No. 11
Prelude G major Chopin
Triumphal March Verdi
Tales of Hoffmann
Symphony no.94 ‚Surprise’ Haydn
Symphony no. 9
Symphony No. 5
Song of Toreador from Carmen
Scotland the brave
Rondo from Orchestral Suite No. 2
Prelude in C Major
Waltz of the flowers