Elementary

Five Finger Frolics

Jane Hergo

Soon to be released will be the long time selling book, first released in 1988 that Francis Clark stated was well written, entitled Five Finger Frolics. Upon Clark’s recommendation to submit for publication it found a home with the Boston Music Company. These twelve pieces, all in middle C position, have been updated for detailed elements of

Soon to be released will be the long time selling book, first released in 1988 that Francis Clark stated was well written, entitled Five Finger Frolics. Upon Clark’s recommendation to submit for publication it found a home with the Boston Music Company. These twelve pieces, all in middle C position, have been updated for detailed elements of phrasing. As with many of these books for young readers, the large print will be easy on the eyes. The book is plastic coil bound, as most books now are from Nouvelle Music, for laying flat when open to any page on a piano.

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Celebrate $4.00

Jane Hergo

Celebrate! is a one-handed elementary piano solo that can be played be either hand. Shifting clefs and a variety of melodic intervals will test the young pianists reading ability. Right hand fingering is written above the staff while the left hand is below.

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Elementary

Piano Tidbits Book 1 $10.00

Jane Hergo

Piano Tidbits Book 1 is a collection of delightfully tuneful character pieces in several five finger hand positions. Technical expectations abound with significant use of articulations, accidentals used in place of a key signature, dynamic and octave shifts in hand position will keep the reader engaged.

Teachers, do you have students who struggle

Piano Tidbits Book 1 is a collection of delightfully tuneful character pieces in several five finger hand positions. Technical expectations abound with significant use of articulations, accidentals used in place of a key signature, dynamic and octave shifts in hand position will keep the reader engaged.

Teachers, do you have students who struggle with counting issues? Does the combination of eighth note quarter note rhythms lead to rhythmic inaccuracies in performance? Do they tend to overlook the occasional articulation? Then consider Piano Tidbits as a source of supplement material to reinforce these particular issues. Do you have an adult student who has not played piano in many years? This book may help bring them back up to speed with the limitation of note names associated with a five finger hand position.

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elementary

Downloadable sheet music of carole flatau from sheet music plus website