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My First Piano Pieces, Puzzles & Activities follows and supplements the tried-and-tested progression of Get Set! Piano - My First Piano Book. It includes favourites like 'Ring-a-Ring-a-Roses', 'Peter Taps with One Hammer' and 'The Wheels on the Bus', as well as playful new pieces, featuring dinosaurs, superheroes, aliens, scooters and more! Some pieces have straightforward teacher duet parts to encourage ensemble playing from the start, and there are lots of music theory puzzles and activities to consolidate learning and offer an extra layer of fun and exploration. The book is illustrated throughout in the charming Get Set! style, and students are encouraged to decorate and colour in the drawings to reflect their progress. Suitable for children aged 5+. Song list: Aliens are everywhere Starlight Andy Pandy Dino Dino dinosaur Hickory, dickory, dock Tick, tock Mousie, mousie In the light of the moon I had a cat Playing with letters Superhero Who have we found in Music Town? Families My wish for fish Peter taps Two little dickie birds Little Johnny dances My new scooter Round and round the garden This little light of mine Kaeru no uta On the bus
|Publication date:||1st May 2020|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Music: general interest (Children's / Teenage), Interactive & activity books & packs, Educational: Music,|
Karen Marshall is a classroom, peripatetic and private music teacher working with students from 4 to 72 years of age. Her writing is steeped in her ongoing music teaching practice. Karen is Kodaly trained (via the British Kodaly Academy), a mother of three, former student of the late Christine Brown, who is passionate about bringing the joy of music to all her students. She is published by Collins Music, Faber Music and ABRSM Publishing and also regularly contributing to Music Teacher Magazine.More About Karen Marshall