Old 12-14-20, 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Marylander View Post
I have the Adult All-In-One Course from Alfreds that I got on Amazon. It's 3 books and I just used it as a refresher (took piano lessons for years but didn't play for a couple decades). It seems pretty good and reasonably comprehensive.
Thanks for that. I found the three-book course on Amazon, also noticed they had an 'Alfreds' course that was one book. When I compared the table of contents on both it appears they are the same instruction course, just that the 3-book course has more 'basic' instruction and the single book course is a stripped down version of the same thing! Decisions, decisions . . .

I've been playing around with the piano based on Yamaha's YouTube demos and all the functions (including all the sounds) seem to work. Should be fun ramping this up.

Once again, thanks for the recommendation.
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