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Piano Adventures: Level 1 Gold Star Performance

by Nancy Faber

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(Faber Piano Adventures ). The second in a series, Gold Star Performance Level 1, is a challenging collection for the late-elementary pianist featuring changing moods, keys, and hand positions. Like the primer level book, this collection may be used as a "graduation book" to improve artistic, technical, and rhythmic skills before advancing to the next level. The long awaited addition to the Piano Adventures series features songs and pieces like: Bullfrog Blues * Monster's Midnight March * Little Bunny Foo Foo * Mouses or Meese * and more. Includes the Gold Star Performance CD for both listening and play-along.

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