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Teach yourself to play Ode to Joy by Beethoven! In this easy lesson you will learn correct hand position, finger numbers and how to play Ode to Joy by Beethoven!
The C major scale is said to be the easiest piano scale, as it has only white keys. But how is it built, what fingering should you use, and what's the best way to practice? Learn about it here!
Using great piano fingering at the very start of learning a piece helps you not only to learn it faster, but also to memorize it easier.
Learn how to use a metronome and practice with great results! The metronome is a very useful tool for all musicians.
In this piano lesson you will learn how to play the 12 major scales on the piano. Print them out for free, and follow the study guide to learn them in the easiest order!
Practicing piano arpeggios is part of an important exercise routine for all pianists! In classical piano technique, arpeggios and broken chords are studied as separate technical challenges.
Piano playing trouble? Contact me directly for any piano playing questions you have and read the helpful answers to what others have asked.
What are roman numerals chords and how are they used in piano chord progressions? Learn more about chord piano and how to understand these chord markings.
Piano Chord Inversions: When you play chord piano you need to be able to move from chord to chord smoothly and with minimum effort. Learn about inverted chords here.
Why do you play the piano? Share your piano playing story here! Tell us about your trials and tribulations.(Feel free to brag!) You can also share pictures or videos of your piano playing.