Teaching Little Fingers to Play

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A Book for the Earliest Beginner by John Thompson


A book for the earliest beginner, combining the note and rote approach with something new in every lesson. The melodies are written with careful thought and are kept as simple as possible, yet they are refreshingly delightful. All the music lies within the grasp of the child's small hands. A best-seller around the world!

Teacher accompaniments are available in a separate book - Teaching Little Fingers to Play Ensemble


Audio Access includes midi-orchestrated backing tracks which may be used in lieu of an accompanist during performance. These accompaniment tracks can also be used as an invaluable, fun practice tool. Each track is split to enable the pupil to hear both Piano part and accompaniment if the balance is centred, the accompaniment without the Piano if the balance control is all the way to the left, and the Piano part alone if it is all the way over to the right!
There are also two tempos for each song, allowing slower practice while it's needed - an ideal accompaniment to learning! with Hal Leonard’s Playback+ feature. With Playback+ students can: • Become familiar with the accompaniment and understand how the solo line fits with the piano part for more secure performances. • Slow down or speed up the music to a tempo, for slow careful practice. • Repeat tricky passages by setting loops around them. Audio Access can be streamed or downloaded using the unique code inside the book.

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