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Play Piano! Teenage - Book 3

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A course for teenage beginners. Grade 2
A course for teenage beginners. Grade 2

Play Piano! Teenage book 3 is part of the best-selling course by Alan Haughton and Chris Tambling and introduces concepts, knowledge and skills in a step-by-step and fun way.

Building on the teaching in book 2, it will take you up to approximately Grade 2 level. The repertoire comprises of both new and popular music to supplement the teaching in the course book, further develop pianistic skills and make playing the piano as enjoyable as it should be.
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Product Code3612339
NamePlay Piano! Teenage - Book 3
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorAlan Haughton, Christopher Tambling
ISMN9790570420506
ISBN9781848672936
Barcode9781848672963
Short DescriptionA course for teenage beginners. Grade 2
Pack Size1
Size210mm x 297mm
Count62 Pages
CoverPaperback
Date Published1 Sep 2010
Product RangePlay Piano!
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Grade 2, Piano

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Alan Haughton

Alan studied piano at the Royal Academy of Music in London. He was a deputy headteacher with a particular interest in music education and also taught jazz and classical piano at Bedford High School.

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Christopher Tambling (1964-2015) studied the organ with Malcolm McKelvey at Christ's Hospital, Horsham, Sussex. He went on to gain organ scholarships to Canterbury Cathedral and St Peter's College, Oxford, where he studied with Geoffrey Webber and David Sanger and was Organist of Pusey House. He started his teaching career at Sedbergh School in Cumbria, where he was Organist from 1986 to 1989: he then became Director of Music at Glenalmond College, near Perth in Scotland, also taking on roles of Perth City Organist and Conductor of Perth City Orchestra.

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