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by Willard A. Palmer,Amanda Vick Lethco,Rob Wren,Morton Manus

ePub Theory Games for Windows/Macintosh (Version 2.0) -- Levels 1A, 1B, 2: CD-ROM (Alfred's Basic Piano Library) download
Author:
Willard A. Palmer,Amanda Vick Lethco,Rob Wren,Morton Manus
ISBN13:
978-0739022481
ISBN:
0739022482
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Alfred Music; Mac Win CD edition (September 1, 1995)
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By Willard A. Palmer, Morton Manus, Amanda Vick Lethco, and Rob Wren Piano CD-ROM Level: 1A, 1B & 2 Item: 00-14432.

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  • It's hard to rate this. My youngest (5 year old) thinks it's ok, my middle 7 year old loves it, and my 10 year old is between like and love. I am on the ok side. The games are ok, they let kids practice terms, note reading etc. The problem I have with this game that I wasn't aware when buying is that it doesn't load with WIndows 7. I had to load it on my old laptop with Windows XP, but this one is breaking down. Once it does, game over. I also had a problem with this program using virtual drive (doesn't work). This is the only game that didn't work on my virtual drive. I like to use it so when we travel, kids can play all their game on laptop without me hauling all CD along (plus I don't like my kids to handle CDs because especially the younger ones damage them). So my complaints are more technical. My kids like it enough that I did buy the level 2-5 for my 10 year old (this game was too easy for her as she is more of a 4-5 alfred playing level, little behind on theory).

  • I looked and couldn't find the software specifics, such as if it would run with Windows Vista or Windows 7. The package said that the current copy right was 2004, which you would think meant that it would run on the newer PC systems. However, it does not. This has taught me to look at the publisher of the softwares website before I purchase something like this again. I tried to play the games on Windows Vista because I have another PC game from 1995 that works just fine. However, this one does not and I immediately started the process of returning the item.

  • I bought this because of the one review here that gave instructions as to how to use this with Windows 7. The first step is to click on the shortcut. There is no shortcut that appears for me to click! I may change my rating if it turns out I can use this on my computer but, as of now, it's a worthless piece of round metal.
    Ok, now it's later in the day - I still don't find a shortcut icon although I did manage to install the games but I still can't find how to access or activate the feature that shows the scores. These games are not going to be that much fun if you don't have a record of scores. And there is no manual or instructions of any sort.

  • this did not fit on any of my students machines
    is it very outdated?

  • To be able to run this game on Windows 7 you have to go to the shortcut for the game and right click. Go to properties. Then go to the tab that sais "compatibility". Then you have to select the box next to "run this program on compatibility mode for:" and then use the drop down menu to select Windows XP(service pack 3). This is how we were able to run this game on the Windows 7 operating system. These games are great for young piano players.

  • I've had no problem using this on my windows 7, but cannot get it to work with windows 8. Has anyone else been able to make it compatible with windows 8? I'm a piano teacher and my students love the games! I find it useful when the student has shown up for lessons without their books.

  • I am a piano teacher and have used this program for years. My students love it! As far as loading it on a Windows 7 computer, I just loaded it on my Windows 7 laptop. You simply have to run it in compatibility mode with Windows XP and it works fine. On my computer, I installed it normally. When you go to run it for the first time, simply right-click on the icon and click "troubleshoot compatibility" and Windows will walk you through the steps to run it in XP mode. Windows 7 is much better at recognizing older software than its ancestors.

  • This product is fun and very educational for the young piano beginner. But it only works for windows 95 and up to 7? My computer has Vista and it would not install on my computer. The old laptop is the onlly computer that would take the program, which cannot let my child play until the dad is home with the laptop. Bummer!! If it was made for newer computers I would buy it again in a heart beat.