Beyer: Elementary Method for the Piano, Opus 101

Beyer: Elementary Method for the Piano, Opus 101

By Ferdinand Beyer / ed. Gayle Kowalchyk and E. L. Lancaster Piano Book Level: Elementary Item: 00-42384
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Vorschule Im Klavierspiel, Op. 101, by Ferdinand Beyer (1803--1863) was first published in 1860. Since that time, it has been used by piano students throughout the world, especially in Asian countries. When compared with piano methods written in the 20th and 21st centuries, it appears more like a technique book than a piano method. This edition has been edited to be useful for today's piano students, either as a method (with teacher guidance) or as a supplementary book.

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About This Edition
Beyer's Original Preface
About Opus 101
Method for the Piano, Opus 101
Elements of Music
Values of Notes and Rests
Time Signatures
Piano Keyboard
Right Hand Exercises (for Touch)
Left Hand Exercises (for Touch)
Exercises for Both Hands
Teacher/Student Duets for 3 Hands
Exercises for Both Hands
Exercises with Eighth Notes
Exercises for Passing the Thumb Under the Fingers and the Fingers Over the Thumb
Exercises for Double Notes
Chromatic Scale
Right Hand Alone
Left Hand Alone
Right Hand Exercises (for Touch)
Left Hand Alone
Exercises for Both Hands

Additional Information

Series: Alfred Masterwork Edition
Composed by: Ferdinand Beyer
Instrument: Piano
Format: Book
Page Count: 188
Item Number: 00-42384
ISBN 10: 1-4706-1063-9
ISBN 13: 978-1-4706-1063-0
UPC: 038081472270

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