Weekend Competition: It’s never too late to learn to play…

20160425_073741_resizedMy competition this weekend focuses on a series of extremely popular books. Dedicated to helping those who have been playing the piano for around a year, It’s never too late to learn to play…, written by the wonderful Pam Wedgwood and published by Faber Music, offers several publications. Each book comprises a group of well-known arrangements and some have accompanying CDs too.

I have three books to give away to three lucky winners; Classics, Showtunes and Rock ‘n’ Roll. Please leave your comment in the comment box after this post, and I will pick the winners on Sunday evening (British time). Good luck!

If you wish to buy these volumes, you can do so here.


My Publications:

For much more information about how to practice piano repertoire, take a look at my two-book piano course, Play it again: PIANOΒ (Schott). Covering a huge array of styles and genres, 49 progressive pieces from approximately Grade 1 – 8 level are featured, with at least two pages of practice tips for every piece. A convenient and beneficial course for students of any age, with or without a teacher, and it can also be used alongside piano examination syllabuses too.

You can find out more about my other piano publications and compositions here.


 

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32 thoughts on “Weekend Competition: It’s never too late to learn to play…

  1. Can you believe that Wedgwood family?! So prolific! I’d love to have something of Pam’s. One of the benefits of joining in on this webiste has been hearing music from across the Pond that isn’t widely known here. And happy to have a chance to help spread it here!

  2. Good to hear of this resource. I teach adult students classical music using the Faber Adult Piano Adventures books so Pam’s “Classic” book may be a great segue to use after students have completed those 2 volumes.

  3. I use Pam Wedgwood’s It’s Never Too Late to Play Piano with some of my adult beginners, which contains some lovely pieces and arrangements, so I’m very interested in seeing these.

  4. I have a couple new beginner adult students , would like to add new repertoire for these students and try out Pam ‘s music

  5. Dear Melanie,

    How do I enter the competition ?

    I have two, new students, brothers, ages 12 & 14,

    whose father has been, sporadically, giving

    them instruction … The older boy is autistic.

    I would like the opportunity to try these materials

    with these brothers !

    Thank you !

    Linda Gatzke

  6. Winning these books would give me a great way to try out! The titles are perfect, Never Too Late… wish I would have thought of it!

  7. I would use these books with numerous adult students. They would be so excited to learn this music. I am anxious to explore these new (to me) publications.

  8. Hi Mel
    I didn’t know that some of these existed so would love to explore further with my adult & teenage pupils. Always looking for as much repertoire as possible!

  9. After viewing these books at an event hosted by Pamela Wedgwood, I can say that these three specialist books really motivate learners as they home in on a specific style of music they already love. It is sure therefore to develop their playing skills further!

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