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Jan 20, 2022

How to Read Piano Music for Beginners Step by Step

Would you like to learn how to read piano music better? Here is a piano lesson which will help to make note reading easier.

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Jan 17, 2022

Common Music Scales in Western Music Traditions

Common music scales: Colors of Sound. A musical scale creates a particular mood; like happy or sad, “oriental” or “bluesy” for example.

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Jan 13, 2022

Correct Hand Posture for Piano Playing

Learn how to keep your hands in a relaxed hand posture. It's as important as how to sit with the correct posture when playing the piano.

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Jan 07, 2022

How Many Major Scales are There?

How many major scales are there really? What is the difference between major and minor scales? And how about the major scale formula? Learn about it here!

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Jan 05, 2022

Rhythm Syllables: The Easy Way to Learn (Hard) Rhythms

Chanting and clapping rhythm syllables is a great way to learn rhythms. Here you'll learn rhythm syllables and how to combine them for different rhythms.

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Dec 30, 2021

Hanon Piano Exercises for Beginners - Practice Guide PDF

Learn to play Hanon piano exercises! It's easier than you think. Here is a guide on how to get started practicing Hanon exercises even as a beginner.

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Dec 29, 2021

Treble Clef Notes Flashcards PDF - Learn to Read Piano Notes Quickly

Learn how to read treble clef notes quickly with clever note identification exercises! You can also print free flash cards to continue practicing by yourself!

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Dec 28, 2021

Piano Chord Inversions in Major and Minor - FREE Chord Charts PDFs

Piano chord inversions are chords with notes in a different order. Learn to play inverted chords and what fingering to use with chord inversions charts PDF.

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Dec 27, 2021

Piano Keyboard Layout - Finding Your Way Around the Keys

Piano Keyboard Layout: Why is the layout of a piano keyboard arranged the way it is? Learn about the piano keys' layout and how it has changed over time.

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Dec 23, 2021

How To Write Songs - Learn from the Masters

Learn how to write songs with simple examples. In this free lesson you'll learn about the different parts that make up a song and compose your own!

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  1. How to Read Piano Music for Beginners Step by Step

    Jan 20, 22 09:02 AM

    Would you like to learn how to read piano music better? Here is a piano lesson which will help to make note reading easier.

    Read More

  2. Common Music Scales in Western Music Traditions

    Jan 17, 22 06:15 AM

    Common music scales: Colors of Sound. A musical scale creates a particular mood; like happy or sad, “oriental” or “bluesy” for example.

    Read More

  3. Correct Hand Posture for Piano Playing

    Jan 13, 22 05:34 AM

    Learn how to keep your hands in a relaxed hand posture. It's as important as how to sit with the correct posture when playing the piano.

    Read More

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