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Piano Book for Adult Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Famous Piano Songs, Read Music, Theory & Technique (Book & Streaming Video Lessons) Paperback – July 23, 2017
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He is the recipient of Longwood University's prestigious Simkins Award for his extraordinary achievements and contribution to music education and culture.Damon has taught on the music faculties of Seton Hall University and Montclair State University. For over 25 years, Damon has taught guitar, piano, composition, and music theory.Damon has had performances at Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, and throughout the US, Europe, and Asia.
His main teachers have been David Rakowski at Columbia University, Stanley Wolfe at Juilliard, and Bruno Amato at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. Damon has written two operas, a guitar concerto, song cycles, orchestral music, and numerous solo and chamber music works.
He is the editor-in-chief of the music publisher Steeplechase Arts.Check out steeplechasemusic.com for more information and free bonus lessons for the books.
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Also, learning music is something I've always struggled with. I had music class one year in elementary school and we had to learn to read music. It was so confusing (it didn't help that we didn't have books and the teacher didn't explain it very well). The section with the acronym EGBDF made it a lot easier to get this time around. Would highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to learn piano. Can't wait to keep learning!
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Even the ones where I didn't recognise the names were familiar when I played them on u tube. I have made real progress in the month or so that I have been using the book. Happy to recommend.
Also, some of the notes on the treble clef at the end of Green Slevees have been labelled incorrectly.