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Play Piano in a Flash!: Play Your Favorite Songs Like a Pro--Whether You've Had Lessons or Not!by Scott Houston
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??? Ever wish you could sit down at a piano and just play a tune?
??? Have you taken lessons at some point in your life, but can???t play a thing?
??? Are you sick and tired of dusting, not playing, that big hunk of furniture in your living room?
??? Have you bought an electronic keyboard that quickly found its way to your closet shelf?
??? Don???t you wish you could play some carols for the family around the holidays?
??? Do you think you???re just too busy or old (or both ) to take the time needed to learn piano?
??? Would you like to be able to play some of the music you hear at church?
??? Have you always wanted to play piano, but couldn???t read a bit of music notation?
If you answered ???yes??? to any of these questions, then this book is for you.& nbsp; For less than the cost of one private piano lesson, Play Piano in a Flash provides readers with years of musical enjoyment.
Best of all, the tour guide for this adventure, Scott Houston, forces readers to have fun along the way & nbsp; Is this book going to prepare readers for a career as a concert pianist?& nbsp; Absolutely not.& nbsp; However, if they simply want to play some piano for the simple goal of enjoying themselves, Houston will provide the basics they???ll need to start down the path towards what most people think is an unreachable dream ??? learning to play piano
Teaches readers to play the piano the way the professionals do.
As seen on public television stations nationwide, "The Piano Guy" presents a revolutionary approach to playing non-classical music on the piano. Illustrations throughout.
About the Author
Scott "The Piano Guy" Houston has been involved in the music world for over twenty years. Whether teaching music, playing professionally, or managing a music publishing company, Houston has never been far from a piano. He is currently developing a weekly television series based on this book's concept that will begin airing on public television stations nationwide in 2004. He lives in Indianapolis.
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