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In a wealth of delightful discovery pieces and repertoire, Music Tree 3 explores sixteenth notes, syncopation and "swing" rhythm, relative major and minor keys, triads and inversions, subdominant and dominant 7th chords, and chromatic and whole tone scales.
In a wealth of delightful discovery pieces and repertoire, Music Tree 4 continues to elaborate on topics covered in Music Tree 3 -- syncopation, triads and inversions, blues, and modes -- while at the same time offering new challenges.
This is a comprehensive assortment of essential exercises and etudes that will prepare students for the many technical problems that may occur in Level 4 repertoire. Illustrations and explanations help students understand and master each aspect of the technic as it is presented.
An exciting new collection of keyboard gems from 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, designed as a companion volume for Music Tree 3. The pieces are by the great masters from each period who wrote music easy enough for students at this level. All are original keyboard works, selected to provide a well-rounded diet of musical periods, forms, type and styles, all in pieces with sure-fire student appeal.
To be used in conjunction with Music Tree 3, Music Tree Activities 3 provides reinforcement and creative application of rhythm and theory concepts in imaginative written drills, games and puzzles, sight playing, accompanying, and transposing.
Time To Begin, the cornerstone of the Music Tree series, is a unique and highly effective approach to beginning piano instruction. Starting with off-staff notation, it leads the student to reading direction and intervals, and climaxes with the discovery of the Grand Staff. Also included is a carefully designed program of rhythm, technic and creative work. The Teacher's Handbook is an invaluable tool. This volume contains essays regarding how students learn, on technic, and how rhythm is presented. Teaching aspects are discussed, and suggestions are offered for each unit of the book.
To be used in conjunction with The Music Tree, Part 4, The Music Tree Activities provides reinforcement and creative application of rhythm and theory concepts in imaginative written drills, games and puzzles, sight playing, accompanying, and transposing.

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