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The FJH Pianist's Curriculum. Level: Early Intermediate. This book reinforces octave passages; playing pieces with modulations from one key to another key; playing hand-over-hand arpeggios; and much more. Featuring arrangements by Bober, Brown, Costley, McLean, Olson, and Schultz.
Book 4. FJH Music Company. Book 4 for the early intermediate student offers such hits as: Here We Come A-Wassailing, Christmas Eve in My Home Town, Mary, Did You Know?, and a soon to be popular original by Kevin Olson, Mister Snowman. Your early intermediate student will have these plus many more selections to choose from to fill their holiday with great Christmas music! Categories: Art\Music.
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Students experience movement up and down the keyboard with 8va signs. Most of the pieces call for only limited use of hands-together playing. various Helen Marlais.
This book reinforces octave passages; playing pieces with modulations from one key to another key; playing hand-over-hand arpeggios; and much more.