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Nancy and Randall Faber have combined their backgrounds as composer and performer to become leading supporters of the piano teacher and student.
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Piano Adventures Apr 13
New second edition Primer Level Teacher Guide now available!
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Piano Adventures Mar 28
We are pleased to announce a stunning new collection of pop hits arranged by Faber & Faber!
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Piano Adventures Mar 13
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Piano Adventures Mar 13
Piano Adventures receives 2018 MTNA Frances Clark Keyboard Pedagogy Award!
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Piano Adventures Dec 19
To our friends and colleagues around the world, we send holiday greetings and best wishes for a musical New Year!
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Piano Adventures Oct 17
Don't miss out on these free Halloween worksheets! For students in Primer, Levels 1 and 2A.
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Piano Adventures Aug 29
Thanks for the endorsement !
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Piano Adventures Aug 29
Replying to @beethoven1989
We'll pass this along to our app team and see what they can come up with!
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Piano Adventures May 4
May the Fourth Be With You! Play the Star Wars Main Theme arranged for every piano level.
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Piano Adventures 21 Mar 17
Fred Karpoff Named Director of Professional Development at Faber Institute
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Piano Adventures 22 Nov 16
Meet Tap, Tucker and Friends at the Piano! and get a free 2017 My First Piano Adventure calendar.
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Piano Adventures 14 Oct 16
Do you know that our soul is composed of harmony? - Leonardo da Vinci
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Piano Adventures 7 Oct 16
Neuroscientists know listening to music heightens positive brain receptors. “When it hits you, you feel no pain.”
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Piano Adventures 4 Oct 16
For more on the science-backed benefits of Music for healing and wellbeing
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Piano Adventures 4 Oct 16
To many of music’s most accomplished/feted, playing is a release. “Music in itself is healing.” - Billy Joel
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Piano Adventures 4 Oct 16
In his new memoir, Bruce Springsteen states “I’m always in search of something, in search of losing myself to music”
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Piano Adventures 4 Oct 16
Kurt Cobain, Sinead O’Connor and Brian Wilson among others all battled with mental illness in their time.
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Piano Adventures 4 Oct 16
Some of the world’s greatest composers and musicians suffered from depression, including Beethoven, Schumann, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff
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Piano Adventures 4 Oct 16
It can help release endorphins and reduce stress. “I play a musical instrument a little, but only for my own amazement.” - Fred Allen
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Piano Adventures 4 Oct 16
Reading music and playing an instrument is a complex activity that comprises motor and multi-sensory integration.
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