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Oxford University Press, London - reprint edition, 1966. hardcover, 5" x 8", with dust jacket. Original bookseller's stamp to front endpaper. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. This book is concerned primarily with the first few years of piano playing. It serves as a guide to young students or teachers gaining their first experience of teaching, and contains suggestions which may be helpful to teachers of longer standing. Joan List starts by going step-by-step through a typical first lesson, how best to teach sight-reading, skill in aural tests, an appreciation of time and rhythm, fingering and pedalling, the development of interpretation, and the many things a young pianist has to learn.