Book One

In Book One, the hands remain in the same position on the keyboard to help students learn the songs more easily. This allows them to focus on rhythm, fingers and hand coordination without worrying too much about the notes. The finger numbers above the notes gradually disappear so that students develop their music reading skills.


Page 14

Old MacDonald Had a Farm

Page 16

Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Page 17


Page 18

Happy Birthday

Page 19

Good King Wenceslas

Page 20

Yankee Doodle

Page 21

The Wheels On The Bus

Page 22

Rock a Bye Baby

Page 23


Page 30

Oats Peas Beans and...

Page 29

Dodo l'enfant do

Page 25

Pop Goes The Weasel

Page 32

Black Eyes Go To Sleep

Page 33

Itsy Bitsy Spider

Page 26

Mary Had A Little Lamb

Page 27


Page 28

When The Saints Go Marching In

Page 42

Le bon roi Dagobert

Page 38


Page 44

Miss Polly Had A Dolly

Page 45

Lightly Row

Page 35

Molly Malone

Page 40

Oranges and Lemons

Page 46

Hush Little Baby

Page 48

À la claire fontaine

Page 47

London Bridge

Page 49

This Old Man

Page 50

Brother John

Page 51

I’m a Little Teapot

Page 61

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Page 52

The Farmer in the Dell

Page 54

Long Long Ago

Page 56

Irish Washerwoman

Page 62

Tommy Thumb's Song

Page 63

Skip to My Lou

Page 57

Hickory Dickory Dock

Page 64

Aiken Drum

Page 58

The Streets of Cairo

Page 65

The Noble Duke of York

Page 59

V’là l'bon vent

Page 66

Cherry Blossoms

Page 67


Page 70

Aura Lee

Page 72

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