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(Willis). The Modern Course series provides a clear and complete foundation in the study of the piano that enables the student to think and feel musically. It may be preceded by the Teaching Little Fingers to Play series.
(Willis). A piano series for the early beginner combining rote and note approach. The melodies are written with careful thought and are kept as simple as possible, yet they are refreshingly delightful. All the music lies within the grasp of the child's small hands.
(Big Note Songbook). 10 songs from the contemporary classic Christmas soundtrack, including: Christmas Is Coming * Christmas Time Is Here * Fur Elise * Hark, the Herald Angels Sing * O Tannenbaum * Skating * What Child Is This * and more.
(Music Sales America). A fun repertoire of easy-to-play tunes for beginning pianists, specially created and graded to be used with John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course series. The pieces in this book are ideal for students reaching Part Two, Part Three or Part Four of the course. As well as reinforcing basic technique, the selection of catchy, well-known pop songs featured in First Piano Pops will help aspiring pianists to develop their musicality while increasing the enjoyment of learning. 15 songs, including: Apologize * Bridge over Troubled Water * Clocks * (They Long to Be) Close to You * Imagine * Lean on Me * Piano Man * Someone like You * Your Song * and more.
(Willis). Eight great pop songs that beginning pianists will love to play! Contains: Endless Love * I'm a Believer * Right Here Waiting * Tears in Heaven * Top of the World * What a Wonderful World * Yesterday * You Raise Me Up. A perfect complement to any piano method.
The long-awaited autobiography from Georgetown University’s legendary coach, whose life on and off the basketball court threw America’s unresolved struggle with racial justice into sharp relief. John Thompson was never just a basketball coach and I Came As A Shadow is categorically not just a basketball autobiography. After three decades at the center of race and sports in America, the first Black head coach to win an NCAA championship makes the private public at last. Chockful of stories and moving beyond mere stats (and what stats! three Final Fours, four times national coach of the year, seven Big East championships, 97 percent graduation rate), Thompson’s book drives us through his childhood under Jim Crow segregation to our current moment of racial reckoning. We experience riding shotgun with Celtics icon Red Auerbach, and coaching NBA Hall of Famers like Patrick Ewing and Allen Iverson. How did he inspire the phrase “Hoya Paranoia”? You’ll see. And thawing his historically glacial stare, Thompson brings us into his negotiation with a DC drug kingpin in his players’ orbit in the 1980s, as well as behind the scenes of his years on the Nike board. Thompson’s mother was a teacher who couldn’t teach because she was Black. His father could not read or write, so the only way he could identify different cements at the factory where he worked was to taste them. Their son grew up to be a man with his own life-sized statue in a building that bears his family’s name on a campus once kept afloat by the selling of 272 enslaved people. This is a great American story, and John Thompson’s experience sheds light on many of the issues roiling our nation. In these pages—a last gift from “Coach”—he proves himself to be the elder statesman whose final words college basketball and the country need to hear. I Came As A Shadow is not a swan song, but a bullhorn blast from one of America’s most prominent sons. Huddle up.