A Dozen A Day Book One: Primary

Buch | Klavier

Katalognr.: WMR000198
Reihe: A Dozen A Day
Format: Bücher | Instrumentalmethode
Die ersten technischen Übungen für das Klavierspiel. Dieses Buch vermittelt die ersten Übungen, um die Hände zu stärken und die Flexibilität der Finger zu trainieren. Die Idee dahinter ist, zwei oder drei Übungen gleichzeitig zu erlernen, welche täglich vor dem Üben gespielt werden sollen. Erst wenn dies gemeistert wird, sollte eine weitere hinzugenommen werden. Wenn alle Übungen der ersten Gruppe einwandfrei beherrscht werden, kann die nächste Gruppe begonnen werden. Viele dieser Übungen können in andere Schwierigkeitsstufen übertragen werden.

Das ideale Training vor jedem Üben - mache Dich bereit!
ISBN: 9780711954311
Skill Level: Leicht Explain this
Seitenzahl: 32
Sprache: Englisch
Verlag: Willis Music
 
     
       

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        Durchschnittsbewertung 9.5 von 10 basierend auf 15 Bewertungen

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        5
        I find this great for kids and young adults who don't have the motivation or time to work on studies. The exercises are short enough for the student to feel a sense of achievement, and the technical aspects covered are a very valid.
        Anonym - (Wirral, United Kingdom)
        5
        excellent tool to get the hands and wrists moving
        Anonym - (Alness, United Kingdom)
        5
        A fun way to practice technique in small doses
        Anonym - (United Kingdom)
        4
        Love the Dozen a Day series. A great way of establishing and improving technique for beginners.
        Anonym - (Walsall, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is easy to follow book for beginners with lots of exercises for the fingers. My son has found this book to be staright forward and fun.
        Anonym - (London, United Kingdom)
        5
        A fantastic collection of technical studies to help with a whole host of techniques and to promote flexibility and strength of hands and fingers. Use notes from C below middle C to the C above middle C (mostly) so can be used by a pre-grade 1 student. Fun, clear, interesting and effective.
        Anonym - (Lancashire)
        4
        This book, and the entire Dozen a Day series, are a fantastic way for young players to build up the strength and technique needed to become good players. I used these books from the age of 6 and they proved an invaluable aid to me as a beginner. The only drawback is that for a youngster, the excercises can be a bit dull, but I assure you they are worth sticking with as the benefits far outweigh this small drawback.
        kat - (UK)
        5
        Really good book. It is just like gym for your fingers and cd is such a great help with timimg and rhythm.
        Anonym - (Warrington, United Kingdom)
        4
        A good technical book to run alongside another method. Introduces some useful techniques to the younger player.
        Anonym - (Wirral, United Kingdom)
        5
        Very approachable and clear exercises that manage to encourage some excellent techniques without being dull.
        Anonym - (Bideford, United Kingdom)
        5
        A great series of books and recommended for pianists of all standards.
        Anonym - (Guernsey, United Kingdom)
        4
        What a fun way to build up technique and skills! It's not long and traditional which can be a little boring for young children.
        Anonym - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
        5
        Superb for complete beginners of ALL ages. Great little short exercises to improve your playing from day one. I use as warm ups and short studies.
        Anonym - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
        5
        In a way this book is very simple, but it really does offer a progressive vehicle for piano technique. The exercises are short, and start from absolute basics. You can set one or two a week for a pupil, and the simplicity means they can concentrate on learning the technique that each one focusses on. And because the exercises take hadly any time to learn, pupils don't get bored, either.
        Anonym - (Caernarfon, United Kingdom)
        5
        Contains very good exercises that my children WILL actually follow! Can't be bad...!
        Anonym - (Prestatyn, United Kingdom)
        4
        A simplified but equally effective set of books for the younger student to learn finger techniques.
        Anonym - (Leeds, United Kingdom)
        5
        Recommended by my piano teacher. Really easy to use every day.
        Anonym - (Towcester, United Kingdom)
        5
        This is a great series of books which the children enjoy. The pieces are short, are good warm up practise excercises, and also develop sight reading.
        Anonym - (Boat of Garten, United Kingdom)
        5
        I was introduced to A Dozen a Day study books by my children's teachers nearly thirty years ago and have used them successfully with all my pupils. They are a good way of warming up the fingers at the beginning of a lesson or individual practice and introduce new techniques in a simple and easily achievable way.
        Anonym - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
        5
        Good short practice and warm up material. Current favourite believe it or not.
        Anonym - (Lower Largo, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent technical exercises, pianistically arranged, easy to sight-read. Students of all ages always enjoy these, which are good for warming up as well as supporting technical development. Also useful to supplement sight-reading, and as a learning tool for transposition to other keys! Original, clear format; illustrations simple and imaginative, cleverly depicting the required skill for each exercise. Appropriately written for each grade / level.
        Anonym - (Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom)
        5
        These "do what they say on the tin" exercises are great. I used them as a child when I was learning and use them myself with my pupils. They are short so don't labour a point, but are fab for concentrating on a particular element of technique.
        Anonym - (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
        5
        excellent way to get inexperienced fingers moving
        Anonym - (Alness, United Kingdom)
        5
        Love the dozen a day books. this is nice and easy for beginners and help improve their technique. The kids love this book and enjoy using the cd with it.
        Anonym - (Rainham, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent exercises to warm the fingers up. Plenty of variety and great value.
        Anonym - (St. Neots, United Kingdom)
        5
        Consolidates scales, arpeggios, chords, and music reading. My pupils have a real sense of achievement as they progress through the book.
        Anonym - (Wellingborough, United Kingdom)
        5
        Ideal for use with children who have been learning for a couple of months. The exercises are short, lasting only a few bars, so can be learnt fairly quickly, and are useful warmup exercises for the start of lessons. Can be used with adults too, as long as they don't mind the stickmen drawings and childish titles of the exercises.
        Anonym - (Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom)
        5
        Been going years and still the best for developing strong fingers and a sound technique
        Anonym - (London, United Kingdom)

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