Piano Lessons

Piano Lessons


www.my-piano-lessons.com

A simple piano course created just for beginners: can it be true? Absolutely! As of September 1st, 2013, more than 3,000 students were already benefiting from my method in the comfort of their own homes! As you continue reading, you will see that these students are progressively learning to play the piano through lessons tailor-made for beginners, with the help of a great deal of exercises and videos and very little music theory. My piano course allows young children and even adults to fulfill their dream of playing the piano!

Many of us mistakenly believe that it’s hard to learn to play the piano, but the real problem is finding piano lessons that fit the students. This beginner’s guide to playing the piano will teach you step by step how to become the master of your keyboard. Today, it’s possible to take online piano courses in Paris, London, and New York… but why not learn the basics of piano playing at home, and at your own pace? Thanks to my rapid progress method, you will learn the fundamentals necessary to play your favorite songs and pieces in no time. What’s more, you only need to make a single payment of €14.90 ($19.90 - £12.00)for unlimited access to the course!

Course description:

Finding the notes on the keyboard and the staff
Middle C hand position
Octaves
Moving your thumb under your fingers
Notes on the musical staff/staves
Notes above and outside of the staves
Small intervals
Playing notes an octave apart
Note octaves game
Note values: quarter note and eight note (+ exercises)
Note values: half note and whole note (+ exercises)
Mixing notes with different values
Accidentals: sharps
Accidentals: flats
Exercise in F#
Piece with two sharps
Exercise with one flat
Piece with three flats
Rests: situating them on the staff
Repeating measures
Crescendo/decrescendo exercise
6/8 time signature
3/4 time signature (waltz)
Left hand: whole notes, small intervals
Left hand: whole notes with large intervals
Left hand: swinging pendulum movement in 4/4 time
Left hand: two notes at once (thirds)
Left hand: two notes at once (fifth)
Left hand: two notes at once (various intervals)
Left hand: three notes at once (triads—major chords)
Left hand: three notes at once (minor chords)
Left hand: miscellaneous chord combinations
Left hand: chord inversions
Left hand: struck chords and inversions
Left hand: chords with bass note on the downbeat
Left hand: arpeggiated chords
Left hand: incomplete arpeggiated chords
Left hand: 3-note chords (tonic-fifth-octave)
Left hand: “Easy Listening” chords
Playing with both hands: right-hand melody + arpeggiated left hand
Variations of major and minor chords
Parallel motion
Contrary motion
Focus on hand coordination
Identical rhythm for both hands
Exercises in order of difficulty for both right and left hand
Increasingly difficult exercises: two-note harmony for right hand and arpeggiated left hand
Increasingly difficult exercises: two-note harmony for right hand with changing intervals, arpeggiated left hand
Accompaniment basics, left hand fifths
Pieces in order of difficulty: playing four notes at once
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About Piano Lessons
www.my-piano-lessons.com

A simple piano course created just for beginners: can it be true? Absolutely! As of September 1st, 2013, more than 3,000 students were already benefiting from my method in the comfort of their own homes! As you continue reading, you will see that these students are progressively learning to play the piano through lessons tailor-made for beginners, with the help of a great deal of exercises and videos and very little music theory. My piano course allows young children and even adults to fulfill their dream of playing the piano!

Many of us mistakenly believe that it’s hard to learn to play the piano, but the real problem is finding piano lessons that fit the students. This beginner’s guide to playing the piano will teach you step by step how to become the master of your keyboard. Today, it’s possible to take online piano courses in Paris, London, and New York… but why not learn the basics of piano playing at home, and at your own pace? Thanks to my rapid progress method, you will learn the fundamentals necessary to play your favorite songs and pieces in no time. What’s more, you only need to make a single payment of €14.90 ($19.90 - £12.00)for unlimited access to the course!

Course description:

Finding the notes on the keyboard and the staff
Middle C hand position
Octaves
Moving your thumb under your fingers
Notes on the musical staff/staves
Notes above and outside of the staves
Small intervals
Playing notes an octave apart
Note octaves game
Note values: quarter note and eight note (+ exercises)
Note values: half note and whole note (+ exercises)
Mixing notes with different values
Accidentals: sharps
Accidentals: flats
Exercise in F#
Piece with two sharps
Exercise with one flat
Piece with three flats
Rests: situating them on the staff
Repeating measures
Crescendo/decrescendo exercise
6/8 time signature
3/4 time signature (waltz)
Left hand: whole notes, small intervals
Left hand: whole notes with large intervals
Left hand: swinging pendulum movement in 4/4 time
Left hand: two notes at once (thirds)
Left hand: two notes at once (fifth)
Left hand: two notes at once (various intervals)
Left hand: three notes at once (triads—major chords)
Left hand: three notes at once (minor chords)
Left hand: miscellaneous chord combinations
Left hand: chord inversions
Left hand: struck chords and inversions
Left hand: chords with bass note on the downbeat
Left hand: arpeggiated chords
Left hand: incomplete arpeggiated chords
Left hand: 3-note chords (tonic-fifth-octave)
Left hand: “Easy Listening” chords
Playing with both hands: right-hand melody + arpeggiated left hand
Variations of major and minor chords
Parallel motion
Contrary motion
Focus on hand coordination
Identical rhythm for both hands
Exercises in order of difficulty for both right and left hand
Increasingly difficult exercises: two-note harmony for right hand and arpeggiated left hand
Increasingly difficult exercises: two-note harmony for right hand with changing intervals, arpeggiated left hand
Accompaniment basics, left hand fifths
Pieces in order of difficulty: playing four notes at once

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A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Beginner piano lessons. Great.
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Very bad!! Only advertisement in the app. Not recommended!
A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
This app don't teach CRAP
A Google User
Jul 19, 2014
No idea what ever it sayso_O
A Google User
Jun 27, 2014
Good