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The Story Orchestra Book: I Can Play (Vol 1)

From the The Story Orchestra series, a beautifully illustrated first piano sound book! 

Press the keys to learn eight famous classical tunes from the story books, see the colours and shapes on the corresponding keys. While other story books in the series play famous pieces of classical music, in this new Story Orchestra title, young readers can now play the tunes themselves!

Each song includes an enchanting illustration and description of the part of the story that the music is telling along with playing tips. All the favourite characters from the series are there to encourage young musicians as they play their first notes with the sound of a piano.  I Can Play: The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy - The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) The Dance of the Reed Flutes - The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) Flight of the Swans - Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky) Dance of the Cygnets - Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky) Royal March of the Lions - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) The Elephant - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) The Swan - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) Spring Dawn Chorus - The Four Seasons (Vivaldi) Readers should press firmly on the pages to activate the keys, encouraging them to explore the possibilities of making music!

See the Story Orchestra Book Collection or take a look at other children's books

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Gillian Kirk
Introduction to music for my great neice

A Christmas present for my 2 year old great neice, as an introduction to orchestral music.

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Josef Oskar
The first stage of a future piano player

I consider it a very smart way to route a child towards the pleasure of playing the piano.

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G
Gillian Kirk
Introduction to music for my great neice

A Christmas present for my 2 year old great neice, as an introduction to orchestral music.

J
Josef Oskar
The first stage of a future piano player

I consider it a very smart way to route a child towards the pleasure of playing the piano.