Get Set! Piano Tutor Book 1 is an exciting new course by Heather Hammond and Karen Marshall, written specially for the twenty-first century child. Packed with familiar classics and engaging new pieces in contemporary styles, the tried and tested progression is carefully paced to build confidence from the start.
Get Set! Piano Tutor Book 1 is an exciting new course by Heather Hammond and Karen Marshall, written specially for the twenty-first century child. The tried and tested progression guides beginners from their very first lesson through to Prep test level. Note learning is taught alongside aural, theory and composing skills providing a holistic approach to music.
Packed with favourites such as Jelly on a plate, Animal fair, Jingle bells, engaging new tunes and teacher duet parts, Get Set! Piano Tutor inspires, entertains and builds confidence from the start.
Get Set! Piano Tutor Book 1 is fully compatible with Get Set! Piano Pieces Book 1, providing plenty of material for reinforcement, or just pure musical enjoyment!
Karen Marshall is a practising private and peripatetic teacher in York with students from five to seventy-one years of age. Karen specialises in multi-sensory music teaching and is a Kodaly practitioner. A member of the British Dyslexia Association's music committee, Karen has trained teachers across the UK on teaching students with Special Educational needs. She writes for Music Teacher Magazine, was a piano and pedagogue student of the late Christine Brown and works voluntarily to support music education at her local Primary and Secondary school. Heather Hammond trained at Leeds College of Music and Bretton Hall and worked for five years as a primary school teacher. She is a practising piano teacher with a thriving teaching practice in York with students of all ages and abilities. Heather is also an educational music author and has written many books for young piano and woodwind players with pieces included in examination syllabuses for ABRSM, Trinity Guildhall and London College of Music. Heather also writes for adults, contributing regularly to the Yamaha Keyboard Club Magazine. For more information visit www.HeatherHammond.co.uk