Piano Time Going Places

Piano Time Going Places

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Visit an array of extraordinary destinations with Piano Time Going Places, a collection of original and varied pieces on the themes of travel and movement. The book is around the level of Piano Time 3, and is illustrated throughout with dynamic cartoons by Korky Paul.
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Product details

  • Sheet music | 32 pages
  • 230 x 310 x 2mm | 138g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193727307
  • 9780193727304
  • 249,395

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Table of contents

Beep! beep! ; Treading carefully ; Balloon ride ; Michael, row the boat ashore ; Cossack dance ; Hong Kong ferry ; Take a walk ; Hop it! ; Flannagan's jig ; Bluemarang ; Mission in space ; Contrary motion in space and time! ; Flying above the clouds ; Let sleeping sharks lie ; Cycle ride ; Rollerblade rag ; Chopsticks with a twist ; Honk! honk! ; Penny-farthing ; A swim in crocodile river ; Mexican march ; Paris promenade ; The train ; Santa Lucia ; New Orleans ; The bluebottle's last journey ; Two in tandem
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Review quote

The first book to catch my eye was another winner from the Oxford Piano Method. Piano Time Going Places by Pauline Hall and Korky Paul contains clever pieces and illustrations to match, which really tickle the imagination . . . Furthermore, there were some excellent teaching pieces, for example 'Hong Kong Ferry', which uses the pentatonic scale, or 'Flanagan's Jig' by Alan Haughton, in six-eight time. An added bonus is that the titles and pictures of many
pieces in the book also provide plenty of inspiration for pupils to develop their own improvisations. All in all just the sort of music children love to play. * Sally Chappell, Piano Professional Jan 2004 * Most of the pieces have catchy tunes and are well written for the piano. This volume is well worth exploring. * MMA Ensemble January 04 * Pitched around the level of Piano Time 3, there is plenty of material to cover a considerable range of musical and technical points . . . Ending with a lively duet, the collection contains some attractive pieces . . . Worth considering. * Sheet Music Spring 2004 * An attractive collection of short varied pieces for the Grade 0-1 player. Featuring music by Alan Haughton, Fiona Macardle, Alan Bullard, Pauline Hall (editor) and others, there is something to suit all tastes here. It is nicely presented, with amusing cartoon illustrations matching the titles of each piece, and helpful marks of expression and fingering. * Faye Caley, Music Teacher, June 04 *
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About Pauline Hall

Pauline Hall graduated from the Royal Academy of Music and then taught in schools and privately. Whilst living and teaching in Harrogate she felt the need for a piano tutor which made learning fun, and which progressed at the pace of her slowest learner. She started by writing little tunes in pupils' notebooks, and these formed the basis of Tunes for Ten Fingers; the Piano Time series developed from this.
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