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         BASTIEN PIANO BASICS, LEVEL 1, PIANO
   
 
  Title BASTIEN PIANO BASICS, LEVEL 1, PIANO
  Artist BASTIEN
  Publisher KJOS
  Product Code WP201
  Format(s) Book
  UPC
  ISBN 849752663
     
    Price: $6.95
     
 
Piano is the main lesson book in the Bastien Piano Basics course. The carefully graded, logical learning sequence assures steady, continual progress. Original music by the Bastiens includes a stimulating mixture of pop, folk, classical, and contemporary styles. Full-color illustrations throughout entertain and reinforce musical concepts along the way. The gradual multi-key approach takes students through all 12 keys -- 3 in each of Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4. Each page is carefully correlated page-by-page with Theory, Performance, and Technic. All in all, a dynamic way to introduce students to the marvelous world of music! Level 1 may be used with students who have completed any Primer Level. It begins with easy pieces in the C position and presents C, F, and G 5-finger positions.
 
 
   
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