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We are pleased to present CelebratonseriesPerspectves@,the fourth edition of this renowned piano series.
The Celebration Series@ was first published in 1987 to international acclaim. Subsequent editions have
built on this success: Celebration Series@, The Piano Odqsseq@ (2001) in particular tappecl into the wealth

of new repertoire availabie at the dawn of the new millennlum, and took into account the changing
interests and needs of teachers This achievement was recognized when The Frederick Harris Music Co.,
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breathtaking in its scope, presenting a kaleidoscopic overview of


keyboard music from the last four centuries. The Piano Repertoire books encompass early elementary
to early intermediate levels (Preparatory to 4); intermediate to late intermediate levels (5 to 7); and
early advanced to advanced levels (8 to 10). The repertoire comprises a carefully selected grouping of
pieces from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th-, and 21st-century style periods. Pano Stud,ies/Etudes
books present compositions especially suited for building the technique and musicality relevant to the
repertoire of each level. StudentWorkbooks and the corresponding Answer Book (Preparatory to 8), as well
as the outstanding recordings of the entire series, are available to assist in the study and enjoyment of
the music. In addition, the comprehensive Handbookt'orTeachers is an invaluable pedagogical resource.
Celebration Seres Perspectives@ is

A Note on Editing and Performance Practice


Most Baroque and early Classical composers wrote few dynamics, articulation, or other performance
indications in their scores. Interpretation was left up to the performer, with the expectation that the
performance practice was understood. Even into the 19th century, composers'scores could vary from
copy to copy or edition to edition The editors of Celebration Series Perspectives@ have consulted original
sources wherever possible and have kept editorial additions to a minimum.
Metronome markings include a range to assist the student and teacher in arriving at a suitable tempo
for each piece. Editorial markings, including fingering and the execution of ornaments, are intended to
be helpful rather than definitive.
This edition follows the policy that the bar line cancels accidentals. In accordance with current practice,
cautionary accidentals are added only in cases of possible ambiguity.

Students and teachers should refer to the companion guides-the Stud,entWorftbooks and the Handbook
for Teachers-for further discussion of style and pedagogical elements. For assessment requirements of
The Royal Conservatory and the Music Development Program, please refer to the Ptano Sqltabus, 2008
Edition
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egration Series Perspectives@ is a comprehensive and progressive series presenting a kaleidoscopic
r *'. o keyboard music from the Baroque era to the present day. Featuring an outstanding selection of
: anc iterature with supporting teaching materials, Celebration Series Perspectives@ is the series of choice
ic':eachers and students seeking a truly enriching learning experience, and for those involved
in
T're loyal Conservatory Music Development Program.
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Repertoire
Freparatory to Level l0
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:: ::::-i-a 3aroque, Classical, Romantic, and Contempo rary piano
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::-':i ::rrDlned with pedagogical challenges suitable to each
,: :-:se reperloire books present an intrinsic approach
':' ::,: :: ng pianists. The Piano Repertoire books are the official
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;!::-s-:-:s. and are equally well suited for recitals, festivals,
::-:::: c:s. auditions, and pure enjoyment.

Answer Book for Student Workbooks


The Answer Book for Student Workbooks is an indispensable
companion to the Student Workbooks (Preparatory to Level 8).
Teachers and parents will find the Answer Book to be a useful,
convenient, and time-saving resource.
Celebration Series Perspectryes@ serves as the oficial material
for The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program.

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Frederick Harris Music Co., Limited received the Music


Teachers National Association's (MTNA) Frances Clark Keyboard
Pedagogy Award for he Celebration Series' in 2007.

Frano Etudes
[-ev'els I to 10
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::, ::-eit of technique and the cultivation of expression and
- -: :.a :r. T:e Etudes are a requirement for The Royal Conservatory
l*r,: : l:.: opment Program assessments. They can also be used
::' '2:- :z s competitions, or just for enjoyment. Each piece has a
::=::::ec-rlcal focus that is described in the table ofcontents.

Student Workbooks
Flrepratory to Level 8
! - : : - :.e principles of discovery learning, the Student Workbooks
:-;: ::::oany he Piano Repertoire books offer students an
:-i"g -5 ard thorough learning experience. Activities include
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Technical Requirements for Piano


Preparatory to Level 8
The nine Technical Requirements for Piono books offer students
a progressive and sequential approach to mastering technique.
Summary charts provide a helpful overview of the required scales,
chords, arpeggios, tempos, and patterns at each Ievel.

The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program


Piano Syllabus, 2008 Edition
This free online resource is essential for teachers preparing
students for assessments through he Royal Conservatory
Music Development Program .The Piano Syllabus outlines the
piano program for Preparatory to Associate Diploma levels.
It includes an extensive listing of repertoire from all eras and
a comprehensive bibliography.
Please visit MusicDevelopmentProgram.org to download
your free copy.

Freparatory to Level I0

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::-: =:e r,orks from the Piano Repertoire and Piano Ftudes books.
!:-::-:s -ay use the recordings for reference and as inspiration
t:'z i: sl"ed performance. Teachers will find them to be an
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:'::::e as ihey prepare students or Royal Conservatory
't*t -: : le relopment Program assessments.
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leading piano pedagogues-Cathy

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':'-.t:qers is a comprehensive and inspirational teaching resource
:-.:: : -:,,'des a detailed discussion of all of the pieces in the
: :': ?zpertoire and Pano Etudes books. Teachers will welcome
:-: :-a.ts that sequence the pieces in each level by difficulty,
:-: -s:i-r-r practice suggestions, and the creative activities that
::: !: - esson planning. This is an invaluable resource for teachers
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