Alfred's Group Piano for Adults, Student Book 1 (2nd Edition): Part 1
Book 1.2, Alfred's Group Piano for Adults: Student Book - An Innovative Method Enhanced with Audio for Practice and Performance
E. L. Lancaster & Kenon D. Renfrow
This book is available for download with Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Multi-touch books can be read with Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Books with interactive features may work best on an iOS device. Apple Books on your Mac requires OS X 10.9 or later.
Alfred's Group Piano for Adults, Book 1 is designed for collegiate non-keyboard music majors with little or no keyboard experience. It also may be used successfully by independent teachers seeking creative ways to develop functional skills in their adult students. Part 1 contains Units 1-13, each intended to be covered in one week, thus fulfilling one semester of study. Theory, technique, sight-reading, repertoire, harmonization, improvisation and ensemble activities are taught thoroughly and consistently throughout the text. The Second Edition, of Alfred's Group Piano for Adults, Book 1 includes updates inspired by numerous recommendations from group piano teachers and students. This book includes audio containing 250+ accompaniments, each with an interesting and engaging arrangement coupled with the piano part.
What's New in Version 1.2.0
* Add support for iBooks for OS X in exercises. * Bug fixes
What an Advanced Book!
This is a revolutionary book. I’ve used this book several times for classes in physical form, but this new revised physical publication is AMAZING and worth the price! You will not be disappointed with this book!!
Roosevelt University- CCPA- Music Conservatory
I am very impressed with the variety of teaching aids and student practice exercises. I'll be able to guide my students better in class this Fall for those that purchase the iBook and keep everything coordinated with the book users.
Bought for class, still had to buy physical copy
I bought this book for class and it was a nightmare. I could only find one of the pages we needed, despite them all being in the same chapter. The idea is cool, but it won't work for class. Waste of $30.