Playing with Five Notes
Playing with Both Hands
Changing the Right-Hand Position
Changing the Left-Hand Position
Playing in Different Positions Changing the Hand Position Within the Same Piece
European Piano Method
The 'evergreen' among the piano methods for more than 20 years – still well-liked and frequently used in beginner's lessons today. Due to the selection of international pieces as well as the multiple languages the 'European Piano Method' lives up to its name: Originally published in the languages German, English and French, it is now also available in the language combination Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
For piano beginners from the age of 4 – but also for young and adult beginners without previous knowledge
- Beginning with improvisation, playing by ear – at first without notes:
to activate the sense of hearing and train the auditory memory
- Playful first steps through the black keys, with the pentatonic scale as basis for first improvisations
- Special yellow 'teacher's pages' contain suggestions and tips, providing even more flexibility in the individual work with the pupils.
In 1993, an interview between Fritz Emonts and former editor-in-chief of Schott Music, Dr. Rainer Mohrs, was published in the specialist journal üben & musizieren.