Tunes for Two - Book 1 by : Wesley Schaum
A great music educator once said; “Rhythm is caught; not taught.” Duet playing provides valuable experience developing a sense of rhythm. These duets are designed for two students at the same level – primo and secondo parts are of equal difficulty. Both parts are fun to learn because both players are given interesting acompaniments as well as melodies. It is suggested that a student alternate parts; learning the primo part for one piece; the secondo part for the next; etc. This gives valuable sight-reading experience with both hands in treble clef and with both hands in bass clef. Duet playing provides an excellent opportunity for ear training; too. Emphasis should be placed on listening carefully to both parts so that the melody can be heard clearly and the accompaniment subdued. Book One includes 16 duets: Brother John (Frere Jacques) • Caissons Go Rolling Along • I've Been Working on the Railroad • This Old Man • On Top of Old Smokey • Yellow Rose of Texas • and more.
| Media ||Softcover|
| Length x Width x Height||12 x 9 x 0.122 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.36 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL645553|
|UPC Code||8148005710 |
| ISBN ||1495081559|
| EAN ||9781495081552|
| Piano Level Description ||Elementary|
| 1st Publication Date||01/1963|
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