It’s important to keep a piano in good shape and make sure that with the right care it will be around for many years to come. Here are just a few ways to ensure that the piano has a long and healthy lifespan!
Here is some classical repertoire that is fun and appealing to teens, while still providing good learning opportunities for technique building.
Recording your practice sessions will allow you to hear your performance from the audience’s perspective. It is easy to think you are playing soft or loud enough, but the best way to know for sure is to listen to yourself.
In her article, “If Only Teaching Piano was as Easy as Sliced Apples,” Leila Viss discusses her thoughts on how to make practice easier on not only the students, but the parents and the teacher as well.
Get started playing your favorite songs with this jam-packed video. You’ll learn the basic chords (I, IV, and V) at the heart of countless tunes, how to arrange (invert) them for maximum effect, and how to make it all come alive with rhythm and bass line. Virtually a complete course in one crystal-clear tutorial.
This guide has the most minimal information you need to know about reading musical notes and their corresponding piano keys. If you’re new to piano you will be able to read notes and piano keys in no time, and have a solid foundation for future learning
If you want to get into playing the piano, it’s a good idea to get a basic understanding of how the instrument works. Before you even sit down at the piano bench, or sign up for lessons, educating yourself about the instrument gives you a base to start from, and may even help you decide if it’s the right choice of instrument for you.