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How To Play Popular Piano In 10 Easy Lessons

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2003

    A Real Eye Opener

    What a treasure! This book has opened up the wonderful world of piano to me I never thought I could know and enjoy. If you want to play piano, not just practice piano, this is the book for you. It simply explains the 'secrets' of how easy it can be to actually play the greatest of all instruments. Its straight forward approach can be a little mis-leading, so I highly recommend you re-read each chapter a few times. There is so much information in so few pages that I found myself finding more and more useful tips every time a read through the book. It's just Great! Don't miss it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2002

    Don't hesitate to purchase this book!

    Concise, fast & easy. Don¿t ever think you can get away without disciplined studying & memorizing. But that's just such a small price to pay in exchange for learning to play the piano. This is creative learning. Simple keyboard diagrams. The author explains the why¿s in detail. It sure beats the stodgy regimented ways others taught in the past!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2000

    Cuts Through the Drill B.S. and Gets Right into Playing

    Norman puts things into layperson perspective making it easy to grasp concepts of playing chords. I have tried many piano books before, but this one skipped the tedious and boring, meaningless drills delivered up front in most piano books and laid out the groundwork in an easy to understand and enjoyable manner. You master chords quickly and have fun every step along the way. This is a must have first book in learning to play the piano.

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