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Time to Begin Activities is colorful, cheerful and a delight for students to complete either at the lesson or at home. Activities reinforce reading, rhythm and theory introduced in Time to Begin. Each unit includes at least one game-like activity. As students near the grand staff, note names direction and intervals become an integrated activity.
Time to Begin Activities is colorful, cheerful and a delight for students to complete either at the lesson or at home. Activities reinforce reading, rhythm and theory introduced in Time to Begin. Each unit includes at least one game-like activity. As students near the grand staff, note names direction and intervals become an integrated activity.
Edition adapted for British and Australian students. "Time to Begin Activities" is colorful, cheerful and a delight for students to complete either at the lesson or at home. Activities reinforce reading, rhythm and theory introduced in Time to Begin. Each unit includes at least one game-like activity. As students near the grand staff, note names direction and intervals become an integrated activity.
Edition adapted for British and Australian Students. "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.
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.
The Activities books are closely correlated, unit-by-unit with the Music Tree series. They provide extensive reinforcement in all the new Music Tree discoveries, plus they offer an exciting new program of sight-playing, guaranteed to develop successful sight-readers from the start.
The two volumes of A Moving Experience are correlated to The Music Tree series by Frances Clark and Louise Goss. In fact, a majority of the games are based on specific pieces from this series. The games can also be easily adapted to any other beginning piano method. The activities presented are based on many facets of music, including: establishing a steady pulse * distinguishing between quarter notes and half notes * distinguishing between higher and lower * repeated notes * loud and soft * phrases * staccato and legato * tempo * syncopation and many more concepts.

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