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How much do you need to practice piano? Here are helpful recommendations for the minimum time needed of practice to make a steady progress from a young child to adult.
Save time with piano practice techniques that are effective and work. Here is a simple formula for learning the notes of a piece super-effectively.
Learning musical intervals is easy. Here you will learn a simple way to identify intervals and their number names. This will help you when reading music and when learning music theory.
Developing an effective piano practice routine doesn't only save time, but also helps you have more fun and enjoy you practice. Interleaved practice seems (and is) random, and random is not efficient...or is it?
Find out what piano exercises you need as a beginner to develop strength and flexibility as you play.
Best piano playing tips on how to learn to balance the weight between the hands to be able to bring out the melody. Here's help and exercises!
Hanon The Virtuoso Pianist: Charles-Louis Hanon wrote a very famous set of finger exercises for pianists. Print free sheet music and learn how to practice the piano exercises for best results!
Here is a step by step plan with suitable material to help you build a great piano playing technique, especially for beginner pianists.
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.
This is a piano scale chart with fingering for all the 12 major scales, both for left and right hand. Learn how to find and play scales easily on the piano. No note reading needed!