Method Books for Group Piano
(1) a systematic procedure, technique, or mode of inquiry employed by or proper to a particular discipline or art
(2) : a systematic plan followed in presenting material for instruction
For years I’ve been looking for the perfect method for group piano. There is none. I have yet to meet a group piano teacher who has not had to “tweak” a method book to make it work for their particular group of students. So, this post should be about what’s out there and I will share how I have adapted it to my group classes and hopefully we will agree that they are all good resources we need to know about!
Today I will just make a list. I plan to blog about each one of them during the coming months. They are in no particular order of preference and I’ve added a link so that you can take a peek!
- “Way Cool” Keyboarding 4 Kids
- Mayron Cole Piano Method
- Musikgarten Adults
- Alfred’s Basic Group Piano Course
- Alfred’s Group Piano for Adults
- Keyboard Talent Hunt
- Music for Little Mozarts
- Sing and Play
- Music for Young Children
That’s it for today! If I failed to list your favorite send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)!