Upper Hands Piano: 
Method Books for ADULTS 50+ to SPARK the Mind, Heart and Soul

Welcome to Upper Hands Piano!
Hi! I'm Gaili Schoen and I have written a series of piano method books to help you learn
  (or relearn) to play classical,
 folk, rock, show tunes and
 great old standards, 
while exercising your brain!
           Using the most current scientific research,                     these books will have the adult beginner                       playing as quickly and easily as possible. 
And it's fun!
gaili@upperhandspiano.com
 
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Here is a fun, easy collection of songs and pieces to accompany the Upper Hands Piano series. Songs of the Seasons: WINTER features classical pieces such as Vivaldi's Winter, Beethoven's Joyful Joyful, Chopin's Raindrop Prelude,  Bach's Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, and Clementi's Rondo (the inspiration for the song, Groovy Kind Of Love). Popular holiday standards include Deck The Halls, Oh Chanukah, Silent Night, Sevivon, Jingle Bells, Auld Lang Syne, I'll Overcome Someday, Plaisir D'Amour (the inspiration for I Can't Help Falling In Love With You), Danny Boy, and When Irish Eyes are Smiling. Great for all ages! 

Songs of the Seasons: Autumn
Here is a fun, easy collection of songs and pieces to accompany the Upper Hands Piano series. Songs of the Seasons: AUTUMN features classical pieces such as Vivaldi's Autumn, Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, Chopin's Funeral March,  and Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag. Popular songs include Shine On Harvest Moon, School Days, Over The River and Through The Woods, My Melancholy Baby, Jerome Kern's Till The Clouds Roll By and Irving Berlin's We Have Much to Be Thankful For. Look for Songs of the Seasons: WINTER on November 1st 2014. Great for all ages!   

Upper Hands Piano: BOOK 1
    ...is a beginning piano method 
    that applies the latest 
    information about how 
    adults 50+ learn, to get you
    playing the piano as quickly
    and easily as possible.
    
BOOK 1 features:

    •   mnemonics 
    •   brain games 
    •   review 
    •   larger type and notes 
    •   great songs and pieces
    •   lots of support! 

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    ...features great new jazz and blues standards, 
   folk songs, and classical pieces,

    enriched with new chord inversions 

    and increased expression. 

    BOOK 2 also features:

      •   mnemonics 
      •   brain games 
      •   novelty 
      •   review 
      •   larger type and notes 
      •   lots of support!  

   ..features great new classical,  jazz, and 
   folk favorites using new 6th, 7th and 
   suspended (sus4) chords. 
   BOOK 3 also features 

  • mnemonics 
  • brain games 
  • review 
  • larger type and notes 
  • great songs and pieces
  • lots of support! 


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Why do Adults 50+ take piano lessons?

  • For brain health 
  • Because they've always wanted to play, and finally have time
  • Because they played as a child and are longing to play again
  • Because they LOVE music and want to be a part of it
  • To do something artistic
  • To meet new people
  • To play for themselves 
  • To be able to play with a child, grandchild or friend
  • To be able to accompany themselves while singing
  • Because piano lessons are fun and rewarding!


It's never too late to take piano lessons!
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