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Schaum Making Music Piano LibraryAdult MethodBeginner LevelBy Wesley SchaumTeacher Consultants: Alfred Cahn, Joan Cupp, Sue PenningtonSchaum’s Pathway to MusicianshipThe Schaum Making Music Piano Library integrates method, theory, technic and note reading withappealing materials for recital and repertoire. Schaum’s well-proven motivational philosophy andsound pedagogy are widely recognized.FOREWORDThis method is tailored for the older beginner – adult or teenager. It may also be used for mature students of a younger age.The progress here is much more gradual than other adult methods. This allows the student to be entirely comfortable withthe learning steps. The rate of progress is flexible; work in this book can be leisurely or fast paced, depending upon theindividual pupil and preference of the teacher.No simplified piano music is used. The musical excerpts are themes from symphonies, operas, ballets, concertos, oratorios,chamber music, vocal and choral literature. Also included are folk songs from many ethnic groups. Emphasis is placed onmusic appreciation stories and pictures of the composers and musical instruments.A minimum of finger numbers are used. Various changed and extended hand positions are used to avoid becoming lockedinto a rigid five-finger position. Simple transposing is featured. Broken chords are used instead of blocked chords for ease ofperformance at this level.INDEXContents.3Index.48Music Dictionary.47Reference Page.2Schaum Publications, Inc. 10235 N. Port Washington Rd. Mequon, WI 53092www.schaumpiano.net Copyright 1992 by Schaum Publications, Inc., Mequon, WisconsinInternational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Printed in U.S.A.ISBN-13: 978-1-936098-54-5Warning: The reproduction of any part of this publication without prior written consent of Schaum Publications, Inc. is prohibited by U.S. Copyright Law and subjectto penalty. This prohibition includes all forms of printed media (including any method of photocopy), all forms of electronic media (including computer images), all formsof film media (including filmstrips, transparencies, slides and movies), all forms of sound recordings (including cassette tapes and compact disks), and all forms of videomedia (including video tapes and DVD).0150

3ContentsDevelopment and History of the Piano. 4Music and SportsPosture and Seating PositionHand PositionWrists, Arms and Elbows. 5Basic Rhythm for StartingWhole Note, Quarter Note,Bar Line, Measure. 6Musical AlphabetUp and Down at the Keyboard3-Letter Warm-Up for Right Hand3-Letter Warm-Up for Left Hand. 7Note Movement: Up, Down, or RepeatEye Training Strategy5-Letter Warm-Up for Right Hand . 8Staff, Space Note, Line NoteTreble Clef and Bass Clef5-Letter Warm-Up for Left Hand. 9Legato5-Note Warm-Up for Right Hand5-Note Warm-Up for Left Hand. 10Playing Hands TogetherLightly Row . 24Key Signature: G MajorSweet Betsy from Pike . 25Interval of a 6thPas de Deux from “Giselle”. 262/4 Time SignatureTheme from 5th Symphony (Beethoven) . 27Eighth NotesTheme from First Symphony (Brahms) . 28New Notes: Bass D and E – Leger Line BIroquois Harvest Festival . 29Key Signature: F MajorPilgrim’s Chorus from “Tannhauser” . 30Interval of a 7thCan Can from “La Vie Parisienne” . 31New Note: Bass C – Broken ChordsBroken Chord Etude (Schaum). 32Chord SymbolsSkip To My Lou – Aunt Rhody. 33Brace, Treble Staff, Bass StaffMiddle-C for Right and Left HandPractice StrategyNatural Sign – AccidentalsIntervals: 2nds and 3rdsNew Notes: Treble B and C – The OctaveKeeping in Step (Schaum). 11Seconds and Thirds (Schaum). 124/4 Time SignatureTheme from “Surprise Symphony” (Haydn). 13Danse Macabre (Saint-Saens). 34The TieDown in the Valley. 35Come to the Sea. 36DissonanceTheme from Symphony No. 6 (Tchaikowsky). 37Dynamic Marks: f and pTransposing: Key of G major and C majorEye Training: Reading Intervals Between StaffsMore Transposing: Key of C major and F major3/4 Time SignatureF ChordTheme from “Csardas” (Bartok) . 14Yankee Doodle. 15Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Bach). 16The Bear Went Over the Mountain. 38Jingle Bells. 39When the Saints Go Marching In . 40New Treble Note: AStaccatoIntervals of a 4th and 5thFour 8th Notes Beamed TogetherMelody and AccompanimentMorning from “Peer Gynt Suite” (Grieg). 17Artist’s Life Waltz (Strauss) . 18Dotted Half Notes in 4/4 TimeShe Wore a Yellow Ribbon. 19Las Chiapanecas. 41Lavender’s Blue. 42Review 8th Notes and StaccatoMusette (Bach). 43Pick-Up or Up-Beat NoteSharp Sign (Accidental)Major and MinorDuet AccompanimentMultiple Tied NotesRests – Flat Sign (Accidental)ReviewWhole Rest Whole MeasureMusic Dictionary . 47Allegro (Mozart) . 20German Dance (Mozart). 21The Stars Were Shining from “Tosca”. 22Waltz (Schubert). 23Alouette. 44On With the Show from “Pagliacci” . 45Blues Ending (Schaum) . 46Index . 48

6Basic Rhythm for StartingDirections: Music notes for rhythm are read like a book, from left to right. Your teacher will help you to count and clap therhythm to the notes below. The counting numbers are printed below the notes. At first, be sure to count aloud. Keep yourcounting very steady and even, with the same length of time for each number. Clap hands for each note. Hands shouldremain together for the entire duration of a whole note.Steady, evenly-spaced counting is essential.It will become the basic pulse for all rhythm as you advance in music study.Directions: Play the rhythm written above using right hand thumb on middle-C and other C’s onthe keyboard. Count aloud as you play. Then do the same with left hand thumb. For extra work,play A, B, D, and E, using the rhythm written above.Teacher’s Note: Time signatures are purposely omitted here. 4/4, along with other time signatures, will be explained later.The rhythms presented here are also used on pages 7, 8, 9 and 10.

10Legato (lah-GAH-toh) is an Italian word meaning smooth and connected with no interruption in sound. Notes at the piano areusually played legato (unless marked otherwise). You will need to develop the control in your fingers so one key is released just asthe next key is depressed. The correct hand position helps you to play legato.5-Note Warm-Up for Right HandDirections: Use hand position shown on page 8. Be sure to keep an even, steady beat as you play.Try to play these notes legato. Counting numbers are printed between the staffs.5-Note Warm-Up for Left HandDirections: Use hand position shown on page 9. Be sure to keep an even, steady beat as you play.Try to play these notes legato. Counting numbers are printed between the staffs.Teachers Note: The notes here are purposely the same as the warm-ups on pages 8 and 9.

19Dotted Half Notes in 4/4 TimeA dotted half note is combined with a quarter note to make four counts in one measure, as shown below.The counting numbers are printed between the staffs.She Wore A Yellow Ribbon(American Folk Song)Directions: As a preparatory, count and clap the rhythm for the entire piece. Be sure to keep hands together for the fullthree beats of each dotted half note. For ear training and vocal development, sing along as you practice.

0150 Schaum Making Music Piano Library Adult Method Beginner Level By Wesley Schaum Teacher Consultants: Alfred Cahn, Joan Cupp, Sue Pennington Schaum Publications, Inc. 10235 N. Port Washington Rd. Mequon, WI 53092 www.schaumpiano.net

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