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The Music Tree: A Handbook for Teachers by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Part 1 by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Part 1, Activities by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Part 2A by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Part 2A, Activities by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Part 2B by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Part 2B, Activities by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Part 3, Activities by Frances Clark
The Music Tree: Time to Begin by Frances Clark

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Recommendations

  1. Music Tree Time to Begin Activities by Steve Betts (2000)
  2. The Best Songs Ever: 71 All-Time Hits by Hal Leonard (1983)
  3. The Music Tree (Part B) by Frances Clark (1994)
  4. Pianist's Guide to Standard Teaching and Performance Literature by Jane Magrath (1995)
  5. Music for Little Mozarts: Lesson Book 1 by Christine H. Barden (1998)
  6. Waltzes and Scherzos [Music Score] by Frédéric Chopin (1983)
  7. The Little Mermaid [Songbook] by Howard Ashman (1990)
  8. Piano Adventures: Primer Level Lesson Book. 2nd edition by Nancy Faber (1996)
  9. The Disney Collection Songbook by Hal Leonard (1988)
  10. Complete Preludes, Books 1 and 2 by Claude Debussy (1989)
  11. A Dozen A Day Book 1 by Edna Mae Burnam (1939)
  12. John Thompson's Modern Course for the Piano - Second Grade by John Thompson (1937)
  13. Hanon: The Virtuoso Pianist in Sixty Exercises: Complete by Charles-Louis Hanon (1928)
  14. John W. Schaum piano course : leading to mastery of the instrument. B, Blue book. by John W. Schaum (1945)
  15. Ballades ; Impromptus ; Sonatas [Music Score] by Frédéric Chopin (1981)

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