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All-in-One Piano Lessons

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ISBN-10: 1423461118

ISBN-13: 9781423461111

Edition: N/A

Authors: Barbara Kreader, Fred Kern, Phillip Keveren, Mona Rejino

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The All-In-One Piano Lessons Book A combines selected pages from the Piano Lessons, Technique, Solos, Theory Workbook, and Practice Games into one easy-to-manage book. A perfect choice for beginning group or private instruction, this book/CD offers students a variety of styles and moods, and includes the "best ever" teacher accompaniments. Plus, the CD is enhanced so besides working in any CD player, Windows and Mac computer users can also access MIDI files for each song! Upon completion of the All-In-One Piano Lessons Book A, students will be ready to continue into the All-In-One Piano Lessons Book B (coming soon!). After completing Books A and B students are ready to progress to Level 2 of the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library.
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Book details

List price: $10.99
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Publication date: 1/1/2009
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 80
Size: 11.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Children's author and illustrator Marie-Louise Gay was born in Quebec City, Canada on June 17, 1952. While attending the Institute of Graphic Arts of Montreal, she decided graphic art was too restraining and transferred to the Montreal Museum School of Fine Art, where is majored in animation. She worked for various Canadian magazines doing editorial illustration and illustrated a children's book. In order to learn more about illustration, she attended the Academy of Art College in San Francisco for three years. She moved to Montreal, Canada and started illustrating children's books. In 1980, she decided to write and illustrate her own picture books. In 1984, she won the Canada Council Children's Literature Prize for illustration in both the English-language category for Lizzy's Lion and the French-language category for Dr�le d'�cole. She won the Canadian Library Association Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon medal for Moonbeam on a Cat's Ear in 1987 and for Rainy Day Magic in 1988. The latter book also earned her the coveted Governor General's Award for illustration. She has also won the 2005 Vicky Metcalf Award, the Ruth Schwartz Award, the Mr. Christie's Book Award, and the Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Canadian Picture Book Award.