- Spiral-bound: 92 pages
- Publisher: Langdon st Pr; Spi edition (1 March 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1934938351
- ISBN-13: 978-1934938355
- Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 1.3 x 27.9 cm
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The Bollywood Piano Spiral-bound – Import, 1 Mar 2009
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About the Author
Rajan Shah was born on June 7th 1967 in Delhi, India. He started to play harmonium at the age of 5. By the age of 15 he was singing, playing guitar and keyboards with the well-respected musicians and recording artists of Delhi. Rajan moved to USA in 1988. By 1993 he was playing keyboards with the famous singers of Washington DC. He has thus far performed more than 1200 live shows in India and USA. Rajan has been writing songs lyrics since 1996 and arranging music since 1999. Although Rajan has had no formal training, he has musically arranged 40+ songs. In 2005 his record label "Raj Sangeet Productions Inc.", successfully launched his first album: Dream Boy. In 2007 Rajan Shah signed a contract with Crescendo Music Company of India to release his album "Shor Machave Re" in India. Some of his music can be heard at various mp3 websites. Rajan is an adjunct professor at a local college and he regularly plays drums, guitar and piano for a local church (no, not all the same time). Shah lives in Oakton, VA.
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When the opportunity to review The Bollywood Piano came, I was intrigued. I was not familiar with any Bollywood music, and the idea that one book could teach you the basics in two days. I'm pleased to say that the book lived up to my expectations.
I sat down at the piano, with the book and my ten-year old son. Since piano lessons aren't an option for us at the moment, I've been going through my old primary music books with him and he has grasped the concept of some things. However, within minutes of sitting down with The Bollywood Piano, he was playing Ode to Joy with his right hand. I love hearing my son play Beethoven, even just a simplified version!
I learned a great deal from the book: so many points and piano principles that I didn't remember, if I had known them at all. It really is a great, overall instruction manual. You can go through it as fast or as slowly as you want. We're taking a bit of a slow route with it.
Easily recommended for those wanting to learn how to play the piano or who want something to use as they teach their children.