PIANO TEACHING SKILLS: A Complete Guide for Piano Teachers gives useful suggestions for how to approach the many facets of piano teaching. Topics range from teaching beginners through preparing an advanced student to present a recital. Major authorities of contemporary piano pedagogy are cited. Good teaching strategies increase the likelihood of teacher satisfaction and lessen the likelihood of pupils discontinuing piano before they attain real skill. Teachers wishing to develop the proper approach to excellence in training will gain strategies and techniques for doing so; teachers interested in adding to their skills will find this book helpful too. Self-motivated students who wish to add to their current knowledge and skills can also benefit. Forward by Dr. Paul Pollei Professor Emeritus of Piano Studies, Brigham Young University Founder of the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition
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