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Scale, chord, arpeggio and cadence studies in all major and minor keys presented in foletype convenient two-page format. Includes an in-depth 12 page explanation that leads to complete understanding of the fundamentals of major and minor scales, chords, arpeggios and cadences plus a clear explanation of scale degrees and a two-page guide to fingering the scales and arpeggios. In addition, several “enrichment options” are provided with exercises such as harmonizing scales, accelerating scales expanding scales and much more!
These excellent all-inclusive books teach scales, chords, arpeggios, and cadences at three different levels. The BASIC book is slightly more in-depth, presenting scales, chords, arpeggios, and cadence studies in all the major and minor keys. The Filetyps book features everything in the BASIC book, plus extra features like a page explanation that leads to complete understanding of the fundamentals of major and minor scales, chords, arpeggios, and cadences; a clear explanation of scale degrees; and a two-page guide to fingering the scales and arpeggios.
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Hanon — The Virtuoso Pianist in 60 Exercises: Virtuoso Pianist in 60 Exercises – Book 1: Alfred Music; th edition August 1, Language: Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. See all customer images. Read reviews that mention scales and chords major and minor chords and arpeggios highly recommend music theory arpeggios and cadences playing the piano scales and arpeggios great book easy to read root position piano teacher chord progressions easy to understand practice scales well organized highly recommended contrary motion complete book book of scales.
Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Only issue is how author constructs his sentences. Perhaps he’s not local? Bought this after watching a few You Tube lessons from a good teacher. My only complaint is the confusing SYNTAX used when constructing some explanatory sentences about “chord progression”.
I hope the author reads this as it took me 3 days to re-read some of the “Helpful Hints” and understand precisely what was meant. Fingerings are provided and print size is very good for students of all ages.
There is useful information in the front of the book providing basic music theory related to the exercises.
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It makes practicing scales and broken chords a little more fun. By the time I get through this book, I will know scales and play them with reasonable proficiency. I have played the accordion for years but always wanted to play the piano. Finally I bought fileytpe and, with the help of on-line classes, came arpeggils understand that although I knew the notes of the scales, I lacked in depth knowledge of playing them and had terrible technique.
Hanon was not helping me overcome my weaknessesI needed a composite book of scale exercises and rudiments. This book provides it. It will take me months to become familiar with the exercises; however, in just reading the introductory theory, I have learned a great deal. The layout of the book shows me what to practice and has taught me what we all know to be true: I’m a piano teacher and was really glad to discover this book for my students.
As an aside, it doesn’t just have all the major and minor scales in octaves. It also has them in contrary motion, and in thirds and sixths. And the arpeggios aren’t only for triads in root position. The arpeggios are also for triads in inversions, and seventh chords.
Highly recommend this book. I took piano lessons for nearly 11 years in my youth. Over arpeggkos ensuing years, I followed the ‘playing is practice’ school of thought, when I managed to ‘practice’ at all. My manual skills deteriorated and I forgot which sets of sharps and flats go with which keys. A little while back I decided I really wanted to try to regain at least some of my former capability and began a more serious practice.
We meet again, Mr. This book has been a big part of that practice. With the scales, chords, etc. There’s some well-written material at the front of the book as well.
This is the best book of scales that I’ve ever run across and I recommend it to anyone needing such a book. I just started taking lessons a month ago and my teacher has me working on basic stuff, which is normal for her older beginning students.
But I wanted more. This book has answered a lot of questions for me. I highly recommend this book for someone who isn’t content to just learn to arpeggios well enough to play from the beginner books, but who really wants to learn to play the diletype. I am 54 and want to understand music theory.
Playing scales may not seem like fun, but by learning the scales and chord progressions, playing many pieces will actually become easier. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I’ve not gotten far into this book, but what I’ve covered has helped me. I’m a guitar player who decided to learn piano.
My goal with this book is to learn some basic chords and chord progressions, as well as digging into the scales that go with them. This book has provided what I need.
It provides some good fundamentals in connection with scales, arpeggips, arpeggios and cadences. The chord progressions are simple, as well as the chords. You’re primarily covering triads.
Yet, challenging enough to keep me busy for quite a while. All the scales and arpeggios are covered in detail, along with suggested practice exercises. I’m really enjoying it so far, and see no reason that I won’t feel this way about the rest of the book. The beginning of the book provides a nice explanation of basic theory.
Along with basic theory, inverted chords are also covered in the early stages. Those chords are included with root position chords in the cadences. That’s the pattern all the way through the book. All in all this book has been good for me, a startup pianist. And it’s a no brainer for the cost. Add it to your library. Let me though sound a warning: If you purchase the Kindle copy and want to print it off, you’ll have to convert your kindle format to a print friendly format.
If you don’t like that idea get the paper copy. But if you’re a beginner like me, you’d do well to add this book to your library. If you are serious about perfecting your piano playing, this is what you need. It walks you through the importance of learning scales and chords with lots of exercises to help your hands strengthen. I suffer from mock tunnel syndrome – a side kick condition from a back condition, when my doctor encouraged me to play to strenthen my hands, I recalled the exercises my piano teacher insisted i play at I was bored with this routine – however now, I find the importance of playing these exercises before playing actual songs.
And if you play the classics this is a must!
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