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[eBook] Free: "Let's Play Piano: A Complete Course for Young Beginners" $0 @ Amazon AU, US


This brand new piano tutor book will inspire even the youngest beginner. All the basics are covered in easy stages and students will soon be playing simple tunes.
The emphasis is on learning to read the music well with a wide variety of activities designed to make lessons fun and interesting.

Easy to follow, step by step, course with colourful illustrations
Learn well known tunes, including:

  • Au Clair de la Lune,
  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,
  • Frere Jacques,
  • Yankee Doodle,
  • We Three Kings,
  • Happy Birthday,
  • Kum Bah Ya,
  • When the Saints Go Marching In.
  • Fun quizzes to encourage revision and aid memory.
  • Learn to read notes and understand printed music.

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  • +4

    Got it - now….any deals on a piano?

    • Check the classifieds. Plenty of amateur musos getting rid of excess equipment because they don’t qualify for JobKeeper or anything else.

      • Check the classifieds.

        That is the key…

        • +3

          jv, your jokes b-flat.

          • @AuSlade: OK, I'll tone it down.

  • can they teach the theme from Big

  • When the Saints Go Marching In.

    Should be changed to:

    "We are the pride of Brisbane town"

    after the weekend…

    • +1

      Was an ugly win, but a win none the less… won't be winning games when you can't kick straight!

  • I am trying to download this to my 2019 kindle paper white and it says "The Item is not compatible with this device"
    And this is a kindle edition, how?
    It is not like it is an old kindle either.
    Any ideas on a workaround or why it is saying this?

  • +1

    This is more like for me, I've been trying to learn Piano since i was… little
    Thanks OP

  • +1

    Thanks OP for the deal! Would love to learn a thing or two on the piano, now next, find a piano on sale! :D

  • Why "young" beginners only?

    • +1

      I presume adults could use this as well if the aim is to understand hand placement and what the notes mean as a starter.

      Unless adults brained are wired different to kids due to age that makes it harder to learn via a certain approach.

    • +1

      you are not old, so therefore you are young, and thus qualify. :)