PIANO IS EASY contains 63 songs that use only the white keys of the piano, as all entry level piano methods do. It does not contain chord indications, because younger kids are fully occupied with trying to play with one hand.
ABC Song | Alouette | Amazing Grace | Animal Fair | A Tisket A Tasket | Aura Lee | Baa Baa Black Sheep | Barcarolle | Bicycle Built for Two | Brahms’ Lullaby | Camptown Races | Can Can | Chopsticks | Clementine | Dora The Explorer | Down By The Station | Down in the Valley | Do You Know the Muffin Man? | Dreydl Song | Eensy Weensy Spider | Fantasie Impromptu (Chopin) | Firework | Flintstones | Frère Jacques | Go Tell It On The Mountain | Happy Birthday | Hey, Diddle, Diddle | Home Sweet Home | How Much Is That Doggie In The Window | I’m A Little Teapot | If You’re Happy And You Know It | I Gave My Love A Cherry | Indiana Jones | In The Gloaming | It’s Raining, It’s Pouring | Jingle Bells | Lazy Mary | Let it Go | Listen to the Mockingbird | London Bridge | Lonesome Valley | Long, Long Ago | Mary Had A Little Lamb | Mickey Mouse Club | Muppets | On Top of Spaghetti | Piano Man | Pop Goes The Weasel | Red River Valley | Scooby Doo | Skater’s Waltz | Spongebob | Star Wars | Swing Low Sweet Chariot | Take Me Out To The Ballgame | The Bear Went Over The Mountain | There’s A Hole In The Bucket | This Train | Wallace And Gromit | Waltzing Matilda | Wheels On The Bus | Wiggles | You Are My Sunshine
BIG BOOK OF SONGS contains 134 songs that use both the white and black keys of the piano, and is more challenging than PIANO IS EASY. It contains chord indications (groups of three keys played with the left hand) so that kids can start playing with both hands. Chords are optional.
ABC Song | Abba Dabba Honeymoon | Alouette | Alphabet Song | Amazing Grace | America | Angels We Have Heard on High | Annabel Lee | Annie Laurie | Anvil Chorus | Auld Lang Syne | Aura Lee | Away in a Manger | Baa Baa Black Sheep | Banks of the Ohio | Barbara Allen | Barcarolle | Battle Hymn of the Republic | Billy Boy | Birthday Song | Blow the Man Down | Blue Bells of Scotland | Bridal Chorus | Bringing in the Sheaves | Buffalo Gals | Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie | Carry Me Back to Old Virginia | Clementine | Cockles and Mussels | Country Gardens | Deck the Halls
Down by the Riverside | Down in the Valley | Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes | Drunken Sailor | The Entertainer | Fantasie Impromptu | Farmer in the Dell | First Noel | Flow Gently Sweet Afton | For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow | Frère Jacques | Funiculi Funicula | Fur Elise | Go In and Out the Window | God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen | God Save the Queen | Good King Wenceslas | Grandfather’s Clock, Green Grow the Lilacs | Hail to the Chief | Happy Farmer | Hark the Herald Angels Sing | Hatikvah | Hava Nagilah | He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands | Hearts and Flowers | Home Sweet Home | Home on the Range | Hush Little Baby
I Gave My Love A Cherry | I Love You Truly | In the Gloaming | It Came Upon A Midnight Clear | Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair | Joy to the World | Kumbayah | La Cucaracha | La Donna E Mobile | La Paloma | Largo by Dvorak | Lavender’s Blue | Listen to the Mocking Bird | Little Buttercup | Lo How A Rose E’er Blooming | Loch Lomond | Lonesome Valley | March Slav | Merry Widow Waltz | Michael Rowed the Boat Ashore | Mulberry Bush | My Bonnie | My Old Kentucky Home | My Wild Irish Rose
Nearer My God to Thee | O Christmas Tree | O Come All Ye Faithful | O Holy Night | O Little Town of Bethlehem | Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be | Oh Susanna | Oh Them Golden Slippers | Old Folks at Home | Old King Cole | Old MacDonald Had A Farm | Onward Christian Soldiers | Over the River and Through the Woods | Polly Wolly Doodle | Polovetzian Dance | Pomp and Circumstance | Pop Goes the Weasel
Red River Valley | Rock of Ages | Rockabye Baby | Row Your Boat | Sailing | Santa Lucia | Scarborough Fair | She Wore a Yellow Ribbon | She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain | Shortning Bread | Silent Night | Star Spangled Banner | Streets of Laredo | Sweet Betsy from Pike | Swing Low Sweet Chariot | Take Me Out to the Ball Game | Taps,Ten Little Indians | This Old Man
Three Blind Mice | Toora Loora Loora | Tramp Tramp Tramp the Boys Are Marching | Twelfth Street Rag | Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star | Up on the Housetop | Vilia | We Three Kings | We Wish You a Merry Christmas | When Irish Eyes Are Smiling | When the Saints Go Marching In | Yankee Doodle | Yellow Rose of Texas
GAMES FOR THE PIANO includes 30 piano games with Play Along Songs:
FOURS: Student plays white keys four times each, from one to twelve. Try online here.
THREES Same game but counting in groups of three.
ADVENTURE with teacher’s directions. A rhythm game in which the child’s part is the simplest of all. ADVENTURE without teacher’s directions.
HAPPY OR SAD: Kids identify the emotional quality of small passages (a group of notes ) or chords.
WHICH WAY IS UP: Kids identify the direction in which the music is moving. NAME THAT SONG: A game show involving very familiar songs.
FOLLOW THE LEADER: Kids have to observe and repeat the pattern that the teacher plays.
FOURS WITH BLACK KEYS: A more complex version of the FOURS games which includes the black keys.
GAMES FOR THE PIANO: Also Includes 21 More Fun Piano Games:
2. Piano Dice Game
3. Mozart's Favorite Movie
4. Baseball, Kids and Piano
5. Chordomatic Piano Game
6. Finger Olympics for the Piano
7. Piano Fingering with Familiar Songs
8. Extreme Piano Games for an ADHD Child
9. Preschool Piano Games
10. Piano Practice Games
11. The Future Effect of Piano Games
12. Visual Piano Games and Exercises
13. The Impossible Game for Kid's Piano
14. ADHD Piano Games
15. Precursor Skill Piano Games
16. Piano Games to Play When All Goes Wrong
17. Follow The Leader Piano Games
18. Piano Hand Position Games
19. How to Create Games for the Piano
20. Toys and Accessories for A Fun Piano Lesson
21. Happy or Sad: Ear Training for Kids
CHRISTMAS CAROLS contains 44 songs that use only the white keys of the piano, as all entry level piano methods do. It does not contain chord indications, because younger kids are fully occupied with trying to play with one hand. (16 Christmas Carols and 28 Family Favorites)
All Through the Night | Angels We Have Heard on High | Auld Lang Syne | Away in a Manger | Buffalo Gals | Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie | Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes | For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow | Good King Wenceslas | Hark the Herald Angels Sing | Here Comes the Bride | Hush Little Baby | Jingle Bells | Joy to the World | Kumbayah | Largo by Dvorak | Lavender’s Blue | Merry Widow Waltz | Michael Row the Boat Ashore | My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean | O Christmas Tree, Oh Come All Ye Faithful | Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be | Oh Susanna | Old Folks at Home | Old King Cole | Old Macdonald Had a Farm | Over the River and Through the Woods | Rockabye Baby | Row Row Row Your Boat | Shortning Bread | Silent Night | Sweet Betsy from Pike | The Farmer in the Dell | The First Noel | The Mulberry Bush | This Old Man | Three Blind Mice | Twinkle Twinkle Little Star | Up on the Housetop | We Three Kings | We Wish You a Merry Christmas | When the Saints Go Marching In
TEACH YOURSELF PIANO contains songs with detailed chord symbols: About this book. It is a textbook overview of the entire PIANO BY NUMBER series, with songs that use both the white and black keys of the piano. It contains chord indications (groups of three keys played with the left hand) so that kids can start playing with both hands.
A Tisket, A Tasket | Abide with Me | Amazing Grace | Anchors Aweigh | Aura Lee | Beautiful Dreamer | Take Me Out to the Ball Game | Beethoven’s Ninth | Blow the Man Down | Camptown Races | Can Can | Dixie | I’ve Been Working on the Railroad | Danny Boy | Jingle Bells | Liebestraum | London Bridge | Mary Had A Little Lamb | On Top of Old Smokey | Pathétique Symphony | River Kwai | Saints Go Marching In | Skater’s Waltz | Star Spangled Banner | The Bear Went Over the Mountain | Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
EASY CLASSICAL PIANO contains 10 Classical Masterpieces that use both the white and black keys of the piano. Using both hands, it is our most complex book for the piano. It is the only one to make use of fingering indications.
Beethoven: Fur Elise | Chopin: Fantasie Impromptu | Debussy: Clair de Lune | J.S. Bach: Minuet | J.S. Bach: Prelude #1 in C | Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata | Mozart: Rondo Alla Turca | Beethoven: Rage Over A Lost Penny (Rondo Capriccio) | Rossini: William Tell Overture (Lone Ranger Theme) | Tchaikovsky: Symphony Pathétique
FAVORITE HYMNS contains 34 hymns that use both the white and black keys of the piano. It contains chord indications (groups of three keys played with the left hand) so that you can start playing with both hands, and includes lyrics.
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God | Abide With Me | Alleluia, Sing to Jesus | All Things Bright and Beautiful | Amazing Grace | Battle Hymn of the Republic | Bringing In the Sheaves | Christ the Lord Is Risen Today | From Heaven Above | Go Tell It On the Mountain | He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands | I Lay My Sins On Jesus | Infant Holy, Infant Lowly | I’ve Got Peace Like A River | Jesus Christ Is Risen Today | Jesus Loves Me | Kum Bah Yah | Let Us Break Bread Together | Lift High the Cross | Michael, Row the Boat Ashore | My Hope Is Built On Nothing Less | Nearer My God To Thee | Onward Christian Soldiers | Oh, Come, Oh, Come, Emmanuel | O Perfect Love | Rock of Ages | Standing in the Need of Prayer | Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus | Swing Low, Sweet Chariot | The Church’s One Foundation | What A Friend We Have In Jesus | What Child Is This? | Were You there? | Your Little Ones, Dear Lord