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Here is a handy chart to show how to play all 12 melodic minor scales on the piano, complete with fingering for each hand. Great for visual learners!
Learn how to play piano scales in major and minor as well as in other interesting modes! Here is an extensive piano resource with free lessons and printable piano scale charts for beginners.
Some people have an ability to practice and have great results without having learned about piano practice. But most people don’t. Here are tips on how to practice with better results!
What are good piano keyboards for beginners? Here are tips and advice on what to look for in an instrument that suits your needs.
Piano history is a fascinating story originating around 2300 years ago. The story of the piano is a journey to ancient times and back. Discover the history of pianos and their development.
Would you like to learn how to write music? Discover the power of writing your own music with these free music composition lessons for beginners.
You can improve your music sight reading with simple exercises. Done every day they can take you from “stumbling” through a score to fluently sight reading music as you play.
Learning how to read music notes can seem harder than it is. It is a bit like learning a new language, but actually not quite as hard though. It is like an orange with many parts...
My grandfather once said, Boy if you learn the piano, you could learn anything!. So I took a few lessons to learn the basics, later, forgetting it ALL!