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Introducing Etudes is a three-book series of studies specially designed to help students learn technique as effectively as possible. Students face a number of common technical challenges during their development as pianists. Usually, young pianists have to learn pieces from several books of etudes just to cover the basics. The pieces in this series have been carefully selected to include the best of those traditional studies, and every piece is conveniently and strategically matched to the technical challenge it was meant to teach. These pieces are arranged in order of difficulty for students from the late elementary level to the late intermediate level. In addition, the three-book series features eight original compositions by Ward Bowen written specifically to add new artistic repertoire to this genre. For convenience, a listing of technical challenges on page 3 provides a helpful resource for teachers to find the studies that are most appropriate to meet the unique needs of each student. As studies can be useful for many different purposes, they are listed by their most prominent functions. Teachers can use the studies for their primary purpose or use them creatively for added practice on a variety of techniques. This collection can be used by teachers and students to help lay a strong technical foundation for the study of repertoire. By covering the common technical challenges and introducing students to important etudes, the books are also a useful complement to any method.
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