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Carl Humphries is a pianist, composer, and music journalist. He studied piano and composition in London, Turin, and Berlin, and has performed at some of the most prestigious classical and jazz venues in the UK. His workshops and lecture/recitals are in demand at music academies and university music departments throughout Europe and in the US.
The explanations are vague and confusing. I honestly cannot recommend this to anyone. people who recommened this book must be relatives or associates of the author.Published 4 months ago by geun joo lee
The best piano book on the market. You can UNDERSTAND piano. Not like almost every other book: "play this and don't ask questions"Published 11 months ago by Pascale
This is a very nicely put together book, but you cannot learn to play the piano on your own..... Seriously.Published 17 months ago by Francois Belair
Great at first, fantastic. but it doesnt teach you the proper positions (i had to google it)
then on the 5th or so song (maybe a bit more) which was about 1 month in
the... Read more
I like the book as it's very thorough and is spiral bound so sits nicely on the piano, but it's not for the true beginner. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2013 by sudsybubble
This book is confusing. If you dont know how to read music. You will be lost. I had a friend who was a concert pianist to come over and help me get started. Read morePublished on April 16 2013 by Shelley Schafer
Having largely given up on learning piano as a child, my playing skills were pretty poor. I was interested in learning how to play, but my enjoyment of piano music is largely on... Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2013 by Nicholas Armstrong
I am a retiree and a beginner in learning pianon. I find the book very informative, Easy to read and follow. It make a great reference in learning piano. Read morePublished on June 22 2011 by chl