Sometimes learning a piece in a foreign key can be intimidating. Even those keys that we are familiar with but barely play in have an intimidation factor. Fortunately, there are practice habits that you can develop to feel comfortable playing in all keys.
When first learning piano, it can be hard to remember which note is what without the help of stickers or other learning tools. Knowing the names of the keys is an important when progressing at the piano. Luckily, there are some easy ways to remember which key is which.
We’ve all been there. You get home from a long day at work or a busy day running the kids around and just as you are about to sit down and put your feet up, your instrument is across the room staring you in the face. Should you practice? What are you going to practice? […]
Is it too late to learn piano? Of course not! The piano is a great instrument in that it is perfect for all musicians of all levels at all ages.
I’m here to give you some secret formulas for playing chords and you don’t need to know ANYTHING about music except the notes on the piano which I’ve included below and a short lesson on half steps.
What do “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”, “Don’t Stop Believing” and “Blue Moon” have in common? They all use the same chord progression! Watch as Debbie plays 12 different songs using the same chord progression
In the Spotlight-Pete Muller — Pete Muller’s latest album, Two Truths and A Lie, reflects his unusual journey. While he was achieving the highest level of Wall Street success as a pioneer in “quant” investing, he was also singing his songs to tough-hearted New York City subway audiences. In all areas of his life, Muller is driven by two overarching themes: connection and mastery.