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Improve your sight-reading! Piano Duets Grades 2-3 (Piano Duet)

Paul Harris

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The ability to sight-read fluently is a vital skill, enabling you to learn new pieces more quickly and play with other musicians. The best-selling Improve your sight-reading! Series, by renowned educationalist Paul Harris, is designed to help you overcome all your sight-reading problems, especially in the context of graded exams.

Improve your sight-reading! Piano Duets Grades 2-3 is a collection of piano duets for grades 2 to 3 that gives players a chance to practise their sight-reading skills with another player (the second parts are easily playable by other pupils or teachers). As well as providing a fun break from solo sight-reading practice, these duets will help develop a strong sense of rhythm and the all-important ability to ‘keep going’. Complete with associated questions to help prepare each piece.

Carefully paced to be used alongside the best-selling Improve your sight-reading! Series.

Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 0571524060

Item Code: 0571524060

EAN: 9780571524068

Price: £6.50
Availability:838 in stock

Genre(s): Educational

Product Language: English

Territories: Item available Worldwide

Difficulty Level: Easy

Grade(s): Grade 2, Grade 3

Series: Improve Your Sight-reading!

Exam Board: ABRSM

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  • Paul Harris on Sight Reading

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..pupils get the chance to practice their sight-reading with others, experiencing a fun break from solo sight-reading practice in the lead up to graded exams whilst developing key techniques and skill. This allows students to benefit from the support of another player to develop rhythm and style. Paul uses clever questions alongside the duets to encourage students to think about what they are about to play and improve their music theory.

The easily accessible second parts allow teachers or parents to accompany the pupil and are also ideal for siblings and fellow pupils to play together with the encouragement of another player to help them continue playing despite mistakes.

Ensemble Magazine, Spring 2013