About The Four-Books-Per-Level Series


The materials of the Music for Piano Series are sequentially organized in both an upward and outward spiral so that students advance upward in difficulty of repertoire as they simultaneously broaden their musical understanding at each level. —Dr. Robert Pace—

Now Available:
Reprints of original Teachers Guide for Level 1, Robert Pace Music for Piano Series

Four Books 500 vh

Through four books per level, students learn essentials for playing and creating music while also gaining tools for lifelong, independent learning:

• Music for Piano introduces basic concepts through a carefully organized multi-key sequence of short, varied pieces.

• Creative Music, Theory Papers, and Finger Builders apply, expand upon, and reinforce these concepts on their correlated pages.

For Additional Info: See Level 1 Books & Introductory Forewords.

Recital Series Solo and Ensemble Selections further extend students’ musical and technical range, offering a wide variety of music for diverse interests and aptitudes.  The many different compositional styles provide valuable opportunities for students to develop their expressive capabilities while also learning essential fundamentals.

These Recital Series pieces work well with any teaching approach. Students who learn in group settings will benefit from collaborative learning: Each student practices one or more different selections. During weekly lessons, students then help one another learn and polish their respective pieces by offering constructive feedback under the guidance of their teacher. Among the benefits of this process is that students can acquaint themselves with a greater range of literature.

See also: Flashcards & Teaching Aids.