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Any book or book list for an aspiring pianist/keyboardist, electronic or otherwise?
I'm starting to hit intermediate so far and I'm ready to make that push to full blown intermediate and past that, and I've just realized that maybe I can get insight from a few books on the subject and not just sheet music and wikihow. I don't really trust online book lists because more often than not they're just trying to sell me something and I don't feel like wasting time learning that too late.
Thanks guys.
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>>535512
bump
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second bump
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>>535512
page 4 bump
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>>535512
bumperino
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>>535512
shame this guy doesn't have an autobiography:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Banks_(musician)
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>>535912
If Banks had an autobiography, especially with advice, I'd have no need to look for any more books.
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>>536143
this guy is correct.
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>>535512
bump
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>>536164
Shame Wakeman was a shit writer, though.
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Bunp
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>>536602
good think Wakeman wasn't in Genesis.




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