Let’s play strings and strings (1)

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ContentProduct Features: Weight: 250 grams Cut: Rahli Cover Type: PaperbackA comprehensive, step-by-step course in piano lessons tailored to the needs of all beginners playing the piano. A complete course with illustrative and engaging illustrations to help you understand the content, along with exercises for reviewing new content and concepts with an easy and unambiguous lesson plan, and plenty of accompaniments to the pieces that make learning a lot fun and involve parents. Provides a desirable.Book details: Collection: Keyvan Kaveh Publisher: Roham Cut: RahliRichard Clayderman Richard Clayderman, originally named Philippe Page, was born in December 1953 in Paris. The French pianist whose works include the restoration of popular songs, the rearrangement of film music, the music of nations, and simple arrangements of classical works. He became acquainted with the piano as a child, his father, who was a piano teacher, taught him the basics of playing the piano and how to play the piano at an early age, and at the age of 12 he was admitted to the Conservatory of Music. At the age of 16, he won the first place in the Conservatory. For some time he had to play as an accompanist in bands due to financial problems and illness and living his life. In 1976, he got a good future by calling Clavier Toussain T, a well-known French recording company, and being invited to play the ballad and being selected from 20 other pianists. Pour Adeline ballad played by Richard Clayderman on the occasion of the birth of Paul de Senneville's daughter. It was a huge success for him alone, selling about 22 million copies in 38 countries. This was the beginning of another great achievement for him. Since then, he has been able to gain a special place in the world of piano playing with his personal style, creating a new neo-romantic or romantic style by combining classical and pop styles. It can be said that his international success was the result of a difficult period in the past and today he has recorded about 1,200 melodies and nearly 90 million copies of his albums have been sold worldwide. Book features: Author: Richard Clayderman Publisher: Art and Culture  
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