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New Atlas Offerings—Music from China and the Faber Studio Collection

Get ready! This new Atlas release offers a melting pot of music from around the world, styles from across the musical periods, and distinct sounds—major, minor, and modal. Discover the exciting, dramatic, and poignant sounds of China in this carefully-graded 6-book Music from China series. Offered in the PreTime® to BigTime® Piano Library, students will […]

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New in the Teacher Atlas: Rock ‘n Roll and Kids’ Songs

Let the “good times roll” on the piano keys with this week’s new release in the Teacher Atlas— six levels of Rock ’n Roll and six levels of Kids’ Songs from the PreTime to BigTime Library. These two genres offer outstanding fun on the keys with such selections as Rockin’ Robin, The Pink Panther, Hakuna […]

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New in the Teacher Atlas: Disney and Hits!

Just in time for your summer lessons, the Teacher Atlas now has 10 exciting new books from the PreTime® to BigTime® Piano Library. Enjoy Disney favorites at your fingertips for 6 levels:  PreTime (Primer), PlayTime® (Level 1), ShowTime® (Level 2A), ChordTime® (Level 2B), FunTime® (Level 3A-3B) and BigTime (Level 4 and above). Have a musical […]

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Classics, Favorites, and Hymns — Oh My!

In our quest to make the Piano Adventures Teacher Atlas a “repository of learning materials,” we are pleased to announce an additional 18 books from the PreTime® to BigTime® Piano Library — Classics, Favorites, and Hymns. These books offer a wide variety of repertoire at 6 levels of difficulty: PreTime Piano (Primer), PlayTime® Piano (Level […]

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Inside Glimpse of “Beethoven in Isolation” Webinar

If you’re already a member of Faber Technique & Artistry Online, you are well aware of the webinars we’ve been offering since last week. Here’s some feedback we received from members who were able to participate: “Thank You Randall, really enjoying this! Feel like I’m back in college.” “Thank you for opening our minds to […]

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Best Practice for Challenging Passages

Our current “sheltering at home” evokes the image of Odysseus at sea, battening down the hatches and waiting out the storm.  Homer’s Odysseus faced his fear. As an adventurer, he chose to confront the unknown. He was prepared to face novel challenge, take the scars, and gain strength from learnings. This is the arc of […]