Piano Methods (General)

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Re: Piano Methods (General)

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Jean-Séb wrote: Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:20 am Thank you Pianoman. These books are similar in authors and title to those you uploaded on July 14. From a rough glance at them, the content seems largely the same. How do they differ, if you have an idea.
I really don't know because I'm doing this as an (almost) automated process. The tittle is different, so I assumed they were different methods.
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Re: Piano Methods (General)

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Year Three:
The Music students piano course, Vol.3.1.pdf
The Music students piano course, Vol.3.2.pdf
The Music students piano course, Vol.3.3.pdf
The Music students piano course, Vol.3.4.pdf
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Re: Piano Methods (General)

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Year Four:
The Music students piano course, Vol.4.1.pdf
The End
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Re: Piano Methods (General)

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Hi all,

"The Essentials of Pianoforte Playing - A practical system of mind and finger training" by Clayton Johns.

Enjoy
The Essentials of Pianoforte Playing.pdf
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Re: Piano Methods (General)

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Thank you Pianoman.
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Melody books

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Hello!
I'm searching for Melody books (the German term is "Melodienbuch", the pieces are called "Erholungen"; the French term is "Recreations"), such as Beyer's Op.148, 148bis, Bohm's, etc. Does any body have pdf files of this kind of books? Of course I've already found similar books in imslp.org, archive.org, etc. Also, I'm searching for albums/collections with folk/children songs/dances, etc. for piano (easy ones). Thanks!
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