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PianoWorld 3: The Great Piano Voyage (Piano Solo)

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Joanna MacGregor's PianoWorld 3: The Great Piano Voyage is a unique way to motivate young pupils; they won't know they're working hard and you will certainly never hear them complaining about piano practice again! PianoWorld is a series of story-based tutors that entice pupils into a world of piano exploration. There are colourful characters whose escapades provide the inspiration for new techniques and pieces with illustrations by the highly-acclaimed 'Stik', that will have children and adults chuckling with delight. Games and puzzles galore provide hours of fun at, and away from the piano, and are valuable built-in revision.

Each of the books in the series include catchy pieces in a range of styles, 'digital dodgems' and 'finger crunchers' provide focused study while 'technix boxes' give new information such as notes, musical markings and time signatures.

Each book contains a CD bursting with adventures, pieces, games and accompaniments. A supplementary PianoWorld. The Great Piano Voyage Repertoire Book accompanies this method. 

Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 0571516734

Item Code: 0571516734

Price: £6.50
Availability:Currently not available

Genre(s): Children

Difficulty Level: Easy

Included media: 1CD

Series: PianoWorld

  • Piano

  • The Start Of A New Adventure.mp3

  • This Old Man.mp3

  • Ode To Joy.mp3

These repertoire books are designed to support Joanna MacGregor’s PianoWorld, books 2 and 3, but they also provide a next step for any tutor book scheme. MacGregor says that she ‘wanted to convey the basics along with energy to get into all kinds of music right from the start.’ These books certainly do that: they have everything from blues to Brahms, and from jazz to the Hanbanera. There are activities, advice and lively illustrative characters to encourage young pupils….It is fantastic to see a busy, world-renowned concert pianist not only teaching beginners, but also sharing her ideas.

Music Teacher Magazine, March 2011