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Online Piano Tuition: Choosing A Course That’s Right For You

Online Piano Tuition: Choosing A Course That’s Right For You

Online piano tuition can be a rewarding and gentle way to begin your piano studies. Intermediate players may also find this format of lessons useful for exploring a new genre of music or a particular technique. This article offers you some ideas to consider when choosing a particular online piano course. Students have many reasons […]

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Online Piano Courses

Online Piano Courses

Self study approaches to learning an instrument have been around for a long time. Traditionally, these approaches have been book orientated and supplemented with CD’s. Today, self-study programs are increasingly internet focused. For example, a quick internet search will reveal that you will find no shortage of online piano courses. They range in cost, presentation, […]

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Learning To Play Piano Online

Learning To Play Piano Online

Learning to play piano online takes time, effort, self-discipline, and some experimentation, but the rewards can be great. It is an increasingly popular and accessible method of self-study. How much time you dedicate to the piano really depends on you. Your initial efforts will be spent finding a course amongst many different offerings that is […]

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Learning The Piano

Learning The Piano

Regardless of the method we choose to use, learning the piano is an extremely rewarding undertaking. It brings us a lifetime of enjoyment making music, developing our skills, and deepening our overall appreciation of the arts. As adult students we have many different paths to choose from for our studies. The most traditional approach to […]

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Learning Piano Music

Learning Piano Music

Learning piano music is a rewarding practice that takes time and effort. Many adults choose to learn piano by either taking private lessons, or perhaps a class. Self-study methods are also very popular. Regardless of the format of your piano studies, you will find it useful to understand the basic approaches that instruction usually follows. […]

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Learn To Play Keyboard: An Introductory Guide

Learn To Play Keyboard: An Introductory Guide

In order to learn to play keyboard, its good to have an understanding of the different types of instruments available to you. Keyboards come in a multitude of different shapes, sizes, sounds, and uses. They also have some common features, the most recognizable being the keyboard itself. We think of keyboards as a group of […]

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Learn Piano Online

Learn Piano Online

Today, adult music students have several options for studying a musical instrument such as the piano. Private lessons are a traditional approach. They tend to be a little on the expensive side, and require you to travel to a music school or instructor’s private studio. Lessons over summer and other holiday times are usually not […]

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Learn Piano Chords

Learn Piano Chords

Chords are collections of three or more pitches that have a particular sound quality and function within the context of a piece of music. In western music, chords are built according to what we call a tertiary based system. That is to say, its basic harmonic unit is the triad: a three note collection built […]

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Learn Jazz Piano

Learn Jazz Piano

Jazz music has a fairly long and established history now extending over a hundred years. Within jazz itself are many different styles and influences. These influences include the Blues, through Big Band Swing, the Bebop era, Latin music, and more recently, World music styles. At the heart of all of these different genres, styles and […]

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Jazz Piano Chords

Jazz Piano Chords

Playing jazz piano chords is not that complicated, it just takes a little focused practice, and some understanding of how they work in larger chord progressions. When we think of jazz chords, we usually think of them as having a particular function in a larger context. This function is often either a II, V, or […]

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