High Level On-Line Instructional Material

Posted by: dmd

High Level On-Line Instructional Material - 05/20/13 12:48 PM

I happened upon a site that I think warrants note in this beginners forum.

http://www.quaverbox.com

I have purchased a ton of this type of material but this one has a quality ring to it.

I will not attempt to describe the content but will leave it to your curiosity.

I will say that it is very inexpensive and is done in a very professional manner.

Super !!!
Posted by: earlofmar

Re: High Level On-Line Instructional Material - 05/20/13 04:30 PM

interesting but not a lot of lessons, only 11
Posted by: Michael_99

Re: High Level On-Line Instructional Material - 05/20/13 08:50 PM

dmd, I have read your post, here:

I happened upon a site that I think warrants note in this beginners forum.

http://www.quaverbox.com

I have purchased a ton of this type of material but this one has a quality ring to it.

I will not attempt to describe the content but will leave it to your curiosity.

I will say that it is very inexpensive and is done in a very professional manner.

Super !!!

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Thanks, Don.

As a beginner the only thing I need is a method book, which I have and it will take me about 3 or 4 years to learn the basic piano.

Then I will need list of Repetoire to continue on from my method books.

You say it is inexpensive and that is cool, but I can't imagine doing business over the internet - where on the planet are the company located and how would anyone be able to pay for anything over the internet.

Also if you don't support your local music stores and teachers they will go bankrupt and disappear. _________________________
Posted by: Mark...

Re: High Level On-Line Instructional Material - 05/20/13 08:57 PM

Sometimes I think Gyro has been reincarnated...
Posted by: dmd

Re: High Level On-Line Instructional Material - 05/20/13 10:10 PM

Originally Posted By: Michael_99
As a beginner the only thing I need is a method book, which I have and it will take me about 3 or 4 years to learn the basic piano.


You are absolutely right about that.

I should have mentioned that this site is probably not for a beginner. Early intermediate would be more suitable.

The things I have found there are hard to find with such clear visual imagery.

Very professional delivery of information.