The Art of Teaching Piano

The Art of Teaching Piano

The Classic Guide and Reference Book for All Piano Teachers

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(Yorktown). This is the definitive work on consummate piano teaching. Edited by world-renowned piano pedagogue Denes Agay, this comprehensive volume covers a wide range of musical styles and concepts, coaching processes, and teaching materials. As well as exploring every possible technical aspect of teaching piano, the book contains a great deal of commonsense advice on communicating with pupils, encouraging good behavior, and establishing a genuinely creative teacher/pupil relationship. Twelve distinguished contributing authors cover topics that include instilling performance and keyboard skills; teaching both young children and adult beginners; designing teaching programs for handicapped students; giving group piano classes; organizing and presenting recitals; and more.
Publisher: Yorktown Music Press,� New York : 2004
ISBN: 9780825681110
0825681111
Branch Call Number: ANF 786.2 ARTO
Characteristics: 519 p. : ill., music ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Agay, Denes

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