Learn to Play Piano for Beginners
Most people don’t really want to ‘learn’ to play the piano or ‘practice’ the piano, they just want to ‘play’ piano. ‘Play’ sounds like fun, ‘practice’ sounds like a chore. We get this image from childhood – some kid stuck indoors ‘practicing’ scales while all the other kids are outside the window ‘playing’.
So, first thing we need to do is to see our piano practice in a new light. See it as a way of accelerating the learning process so that SOON you’ll be able to ‘play’ piano and play it well. If you don’t practice and you just play old familiar tunes you move rather slowly. Yes, you’ll get better at playing those old familiar tunes but technically you won’t be pushing yourself to greater heights.
Proper, structured piano practice helps you stride forwards. I say ‘proper’ because a lot of people have an idea that practice IS just playing songs over and over. Practice needs to involve unchartered territory. .
It is not really difficult to learn to play the piano. Almost every individual loves music. Some like rock music, pop, jazz, alternative, rhythm and blues, and many others. Whatever style of music you love, you can play it on the piano.
Many people are interested in learning to play piano, but they don’t know how to begin. And there are others who previously had some piano lessons, but were not able to finish all the training lessons, simply because they got bored.
Now anyone can learn to play the piano
Piano for All, a piano course is an ingenious new way to learn the keyboard and piano. It is not only the most logically structured piano learning course available but also one of the most popular and respected piano courses available online.
Features of The Piano Course are:
- All-in-one package which includes Ebooks, videos and audio. It is filled tips, tricks, formulas and the piano lessons to help people sound great right from the start.
- It can work with all devices
- You can easily install the course on a PC, Mac, Android phones, Android Tablets, iPhone and iPad
- All styles of piano covered
- pop, blues, jazz, ballads, improvisation and classical.
- Play-by-ear and learn to read music at the same time
- It is a simple, easy to follow, yet very effective and comprehensive piano course.
- 200 videos – over 10 hours in total
- Video lessons have in-depth piano instructions which will take you through every step in learning the piano
- 10 clearly laid out Ebooks – 600 pages in total
- 500 audio lessons
- The video and audio can be accessed right on the page you are viewing so you don’t have to open separate programmes
- Instant download or delivered anywhere in the world on a DVD ROM
Piano Tips for Beginners
Split your practice session into two halves. In the first half play the difficult stuff – your mind is sharper to begin with – then reward yourself with some enjoyable but reasonably difficult tunes. Make sure you are comfortable. Many a bad back has happened because of a bad piano stool at the wrong height. Make sure your piano is in tune. If you don’t have a good piano and are serious about learning GO BUY A GOOD ONE.