The Older Beginner Piano Course - Level 1 By: James Bastien - Canada

The Older Beginner Piano Course - Level 1 By: James Bastien

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Piano - Level 1
Method. Bastiens' Older Beginner Piano Library. Learn To Play. Instructional book (big note notation). Instructional text, illustrations, big note notation, easy piano notation, fingerings, lyrics (on some songs) and chord names (on some songs). 96 pages. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (KJ.W2).

Item Number: KJ.W2
ISBN 849750296. With instructional text, illustrations, big note notation, easy piano notation, fingerings, lyrics (on some songs) and chord names (on some songs). Learn To Play. 9x12 inches.

The Older Beginner Piano Course leads the student step by step through basic keyboard fundamentals. Each book contains original music and carefully selected familiar music to provide an enjoyable learning experience. A functional approach is used allowing the student to play and harmonize melodies from the beginning.

Song List: 

  • Merrily We Roll Along 
  • Au Clair de la Lune 
  • Ode to Joy 
  • Frere Jacques 
  • Old Woman 
  • Lightly Row 
  • When The Saints Go Marching In 
  • Down in the Valley 
  • Mary Ann 
  • Clementine 
  • Lavender's Blue 
  • For He's a Jolly Good Fellow 
  • Saturday Night 
  • Blue Mood 
  • Steppin' Out 
  • The Old Grey Mare 
  • London Bridge 
  • Deck the Halls 
  • America 
  • All Through The Night 
  • Michael, Row the Boat Shore 
  • Jingle Bells  
  • The First Noel 
  • Joy To The World 
  • Away in the Manger 
  • It Came Upon the Midnight Clear 
  • Careless Love 
  • She Wore A Yellow Ribbon 
  • Going Home 
  • Row, Row, Row You Boat 
  • The Man On The Flying Trapeze 
  • Cielito Lindo 
  • Kum-Ba-Ya 
  • Theme from Mozart's Sonata in A 
  • The Big Rock Candy Mountains 
  • Over The Waves 
  • The Erie Canal 
  • March Slav 
  • The Entertainer 
  • Melody in F 
  • Danube Waves 
  • Swan Lake 
  • Marionette's Funeral March 
  • Hungarian Dance No. 5 
  • Russian Dance from the Nutcracker Suite 
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