When it comes to our blog, our books, and our games, Andrea and I have one overriding goal: to take plain old piano concepts and make them absolutely, positively, most definitely, NOT BORING!
And the book we’re releasing this month from PianoBookClub is one of the best representations of this goal. Read on to see how we’ve turned learning about “stepping and skipping” into a captivating musical mystery…
There’s a mystery in the woods… Someone has stolen seven notes from Chewtwig van Beaverton’s Woodland Symphony, and the first performance is tonight!
In October’s Piano Book of the Month, “The Mysterious Case of Chewtwig van Beaverton”, a curious crime offers a captivating experience for the sleuths in your studio as they explore stepping and skipping in C position.
The music is intriguing and educational, and the game-based detective work offers opportunities to reinforce keyboard awareness at every turn of the page.
The seven early-elementary piano pieces in this book are paired with deliciously mysterious teacher duets… wonderful for in-lesson fun and perfect for first-recital performances.
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The Mysterious Case of Chewtwig van Beaverton was October 2016’s Book of the Month from PianoBookClub. To see this month’s book visit PianoBookClub.com.