They constitute a good starting point for a beginning teacher who has not had much in the way of piano pedagogy instruction or teaching experience. While the books have a number of strengths, they also have a disturbing weakness in the introduction of "position playing" early on. Moreover, from the standpoint of substance, the Faber and Faber "method" offers little that is fundamentally pedagogically new over methods that have been in existence for many years - like the Francis Clark, Louise Robyn and Suzuki methods.
Faber Piano Adventures. Whether the adult student has just completed Book 1 or is returning to the piano after formerly playing, great pieces await in Adult Piano Adventures Book 2. This convenient "All-In-One" volume offers carefully sequenced instruction in note reading, music theory and piano technique.
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Each selec This supplementary repertoire book provides hours of enjoyment for extended learning and fun. It's perfect to use alongside the Adult Piano Adventu In this inspiring collection, late-elementary to early-intermediate pianists will find appealing arrangements that advance skills while exploring m
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The second edition in the series allows the adult beginner piano student to continue to develop their musicianship while having fun with their lessons at the same time. The comprehensive book includes lessons, theory and technique pointers, while this second book offers concepts including 16th-note rhythms, connected pedaling, triad inversions and time signatures. This new and improved release focuses on the fundamental concepts and taking the student through each lesson, step by step.