New Piano Adventures Sightreading Coach Offers Smart Assessment Technology to Instantly Grade Rhythm and Pitch During At-Home Practice — Nancy and Randall Faber are pleased to announce the release of their newest digital support tool, the Piano Adventure Sightreading Coach. This innovative technology provides immediate feedback and assessment, making it the perfect companion to the […]
Now available! The Adult Piano Adventures Book 1 by Nancy and Randall Faber is in a NEW user-friendly e-book on iBooks, Kindle, and Google Play. This adaptation offers a welcome format for teachers and adult students to explore digital learning, or for screen sharing during classroom instruction. Though digital textbooks have evolved, music e-books present unique challenges with […]
Take your holiday music “over the river and through the woods” in the Piano Adventures Player app. Now access digital sheet music with play-along tracks for 79 Christmas songs at every level. All your favorites from PreTime® to BigTime® Christmas are here, including Jingle Bells, Joy to the World, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, Carol […]
The wait is over! My First Piano Adventure audio tracks are now included right inside the Piano Adventures Player app for free. The fun lyrics and energetic voices of children are a hallmark of this course, so we built a special audio playback mode to ensure the full listening experience. Learn more and update your […]
Nancy and Randall Faber, pioneering authors and experts in the field of piano pedagogy, are pleased to announce the release of a new mobile app for Apple® iPhone and iPad. The app provides interactive accompaniments and play-along tracks for Piano Adventures® lesson, technique and performance books – bringing an orchestra, jazz ensemble and rock band […]
Have you been uneasily watching students get their dopamine fix from beeps and tweets of social media? Ah, valuable time that could be for piano practice! Yes, we’re quite convinced of this, yet we’re lured by an anxious feeling that we’re missing the latest technology for teaching. Don’t be dismayed…and don’t be misled.