Ruth climbed up the running board and scooted down the front seat of the new Tin Lizzie. Her father said to not be afraid when he cranked up the motor. "Do be careful," said Mama. "You know many men have broken their arms or sprained their wrists cranking." "I'll be careful. Just sit tight and don't scream or jump out," said Father.
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It's always fun to have someone to play a piano duet with, be it a sibling, a parent or child, a teacher or another pupil, or friend. Besides it being fun, it is a great way to improve one's sight reading ability, as there is someone else playing with you to keep you going. [Click for more info ->]
This Christmas book is arranged as a continuation of Book Three. Entitled Let's Sight-Sing and Improvise, it seeks to build awareness in the different accompaniment patterns used, as well as the different textures (such as Homophony, Monophony, and Polyphony) that occur in the arrangements. [Click for more info ->]
Do you need change in your life? Do you want change in your life? The Bible does indeed say that beholding we become changed. Take a lesson from the story of the eagle that grew up with the chickens. The eagle thought it was a chicken until it saw something better. [Click for more info ->]