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Piano Adventures Curriculum

Developing Musical Minds and Hearts

Piano Adventures® is the teaching method of choice at leading university programs and music studios around the world. This student-centred approach uses analysis, creativity, and expression to develop a “musical mind and heart.” The delightful, pianistic pieces and creative theory pages, combined with an outstanding technical approach encourage practise and progress—with adventure!

PRIMER: ALL-IN-TWO EDITION

Lesson & Theory

Introduces new concepts with a variety of musical styles. Provides theory work, ear-training, and creative activities.

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Piano Adventures® Primer Level Technique & Performance Book

Technique & Performance

Builds a strong technique with highly effective “technique secrets,” etudes, and superb repertoire for recitals, festivals, and fun.

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LEVEL 1: ALL-IN-TWO EDITION

Piano Adventures® Level 1 Technique & Performance Book

Technique & Performance

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LEVEL 2A: ALL-IN-TWO EDITION

Piano Adventures® Level 2A Technique & Performance Book

Technique & Performance

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LEVEL 2B: ALL-IN-TWO EDITION

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Technique & Performance

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LEVEL 3: ALL-IN-TWO EDITIONS

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Technique & Performance

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COMING SOON: LEVEL 4-5

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Lesson & Theory

 

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Technique & Performance

Complete English Catalog

Complete AUSTRALASIAN Catalog

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About the Fabers

Nancy and Randall Faber have combined their backgrounds as composer and performer to become leading supporters of piano teachers and students. The husband and wife team has authored over 200 publications, including the highly respected Piano Adventures® method which has motivated students around the world.

The Fabers advocate piano study not only for personal expression and performance success, but also as a vehicle for the student’s creative and cognitive development. Their philosophy is reflected in their writing, their public appearances, and in their own teaching.