These books are available from Amazon at the following link:
Tips for Piano Teachers, A Practical Handbook for Teaching Musicianship and Musical Independence
Quick Tips for Piano Teachers is a handbook organized topically for quick reference and includes sections on articulation, phrasing, practicing,
and sight reading and many more. In addition, creative analogies of these concepts are interspersed throughout. Having been tested over many years of teaching, piano teachers using these principles will find their students becoming fluent readers and musically
Instant Organization for Your Piano Studio
25+ Reproducible Forms Forms for all aspects of piano teaching are included with rights to reproduce year after year.
Create a Teacher Notebook that helps you keep up with recital plans, tuition payments, tax records, etc. as well as sections for each student with new student information, semester plan sheets and evaluations. Business forms for billing and purchasing music
are also included as well as sample Studio Guidelines, Enrollment Agreement, and a number of Studio Ideas.
Folk Tunes in All the Keys with Harmonization, Transposition & Improvisation
Folk Tunes in All the Keys provides a delightful way to address proficiency skills with its 45 beautiful folk melodies from around the world. Students are asked to play and transpose two folk tunes and harmonize two more folk tunes in all the major keys.
Melodies are single note and accompaniments are variations of the simple block chord cadence using only I, IV & V chords. At the end of the book 50 one-measure improvisation patterns are given and the student is encouraged to play through the pieces again
using one or more of the patterns.
Teaching Articulation: Classical Collection for Piano
Easiest original piano pieces by master composers are presented in a pedagogical sequence
that teaches contrasting articulation. The book begins at a reading level of simple counterpoint, and the student is led step by step from parallel articulation to contrasting articulation. Along the way students are given practical tips on pulse, balance
and shaping phrases. Each new section of the book is preceded by tips “To the Student” and “To the Teacher,” a special feature providing guidance on the concepts. This volume bridges the gap between the early method books and the style
collections. Students completing this book will be ready to encounter the contrasting articulation challenges presented in the many wonderful collections on the market.