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This course is unique for its clarity and workability:
Hands-on—make music right from the start, playing as students learn to read.
Easy steps—each step ends with an accomplishment.
Everything defined—every musical term and symbol is clearly explained.
Multimedia—key principles are demonstrated in videos and audios.
This turns the subject from a dry, boring grind into a fun and lively hands-on adventure, in which students of any age discover music for themselves. Each book ends with a number of tunes to play with their new skills.
Students won’t be learning gimmicks or memorisation tricks. They learn the real basics of music as known and applied every day by professional musicians. It’s the real thing.
By the end of this course, anyone will be able to read and play the music they want to play, with two hands.

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David Dempster

“There has been a decline in music-making. The days of singing around the piano are virtually gone, replaced by television, video games and the internet. I want to open up the world of music-making to anyone who wants it.” David Dempster

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