Why do piano books become so boring at the Level 1 level? This question bothered me for years. The transition from primer books to Level 1 has always been so black and white. One day a piano student finishes her kid-friendly primer resource only to open a Level 1 book void of personality the very next day.
It’s almost as if publishers are saying, “Okay kid, it’s time to get serious.”
And just like that, in the span of 24 hours, the piano transitions from an instrument of wonder to an instrument of duty. After that, piano lessons become a matter of stamina; how long can a student dedicate themselves to their sense of duty before finally deciding to quit?
Andrea and I decided this was something we just had to fix. We believe the piano should be an instrument of wonder… forever. So, to help keep the magic alive when piano students complete their primer books we are excited to formally announce on our blog, the release of WunderKeys Elementary Piano Level 1 (available here on Amazon).
Keep reading to check out the video preview below.
Keep Your Studio Hopping With WunderKeys Elementary Piano Level 1A
In the introduction to this post, we said that the piano should remain an instrument of wonder. We made a conscious choice to use the word “wonder” instead of “fun”. Piano lessons can be fun, while being void of wonder.
Wonder, on the other hand, occurs where fun and learning meet; where a student is amazed at her ability to make music… and not just her ability to have a good time.
WunderKeys Elementary Piano Level 1A brings the wonder to your studio. It is fun, imaginative, and educationally sound. Your kids will have a blast while becoming brilliant piano players. And all of this means that your piano students won’t bail on lessons when that crucial primer to Level 1 transition occurs.
Check out the video below where we share a Look Inside preview of WunderKeys Elementary Piano Level 1A. If you like what you see it is available now on Amazon.