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Hanon Revisited - Contemporary Piano Exercises (Based on The Virtuoso Pianist)?? (Read 11017 times)

Offline czernyragtimepianoplayer

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Hello fellow pianists!  I'm Erasmus, a Middle-age, Early Intermediate Level, self-taught pianist....
Now, I have a very 'good' question about this book, can someone out there answer it for me, please....  Thank you - in advance!  "New Modernized Hanon": Hanon Revisited . . .
 *HERE IS THE QUESTION: This seems like it could really help me alot, but does anyone know "IF" there are 'finger numbers' on all of the notes througout the "entire" book??  I sure hope so, as it would make it easier for me to study and work harder at this one particular great Hanon....  Would someone from SMP (www.SheetMusicPlus.com), or someone else out there please let me know by writing a review directly after this one, thank you very much - in advace. Wish you all a great day!
**Hanon Revisited - Contemporary Piano Exercises (Based on The Virtuoso Pianist). For Piano. Piano Method. Studies. SMP Level 5 (Intermediate). Piano studies book. Standard notation, fingerings and introductory text. 116 pages. G. Schirmer #ED2697. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50331070).  ISBN 1480344222.  With standard notation, fingerings and introductory text. Studies. 9x12 inches.  This title has selections that range in difficulty from SMP Level 4-5.
About SMP Level 5 (Intermediate).  Seventh chords and melodies in both hands. More difficult note reading with ledger lines above and below the staff.

Offline j_menz

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Oh look. Another one.  :o

Please don't post multiple copies. You won't get different or more answers. You may in fact get fewer, ruder, and more off topic ones as people will think you're an idiot or a spambot.
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