50 Step By Step Piano Learning Videos.
Lesson #1 The basics
Lesson #2 How to play piano
Lesson #3 Piano Lounge
Lesson #4 Note values and time signaturese
Lesson #5 Reading sheet music
Lesson #6 Interval Music theory
Lesson #7 The Piano and how it works
Lesson #8 Minor Scales
Lesson #9 Circle of keys
Lesson #10 Scales applied to piano
Lesson #11 How to learn a new song for any piano, guitar, bass or drum set
Lesson #12 Learn how to play chords fast: Chromatic Chords
Lesson #13 How to Transpose Music: Learn Transposition
Lesson #14 Beats and Time Signatures: Understanding basic rhythm and beats
Lesson #15 Music Theory: Scale degrees, Tonic & Dominate
Lesson #16 Learn to Recognize Intervals by Sight and Sound of Pitch
Lesson #17 Pianist Posture: Proper posture at the piano; RELAX yourself
Lesson #18 Relax Your Mind, Learn to Play the Piano EASY Fluid and Relaxed
Lesson #19 How to Sight read: Sight read tips and tricks
Lesson #20 Rhythm & Clapping: More Advanced Rhythm, Beats & Clapping
Lesson #21 How to Play Arpeggios: Lesson on Arpeggio patter
Lesson #22 Turns, Trills & Mordants: The Art of the Trill and Ornamentation
Lesson #23 How To Play Piano Emotionally: Expressing Emotion in Music
Lesson #24 How to Use a Metronome: Why is a Metronome Important?
Lesson #25 Music History: The General History of Music from 1600-Present
Lesson #26 Polyrhythms: How to Play and Clap a Polyrhythm
Lesson #27 Cadences : How to play and recognize a Cadence
Lesson #28 Basic Modulation : How to Modulate into another key
Lesson #29 Fur Elise Tutorial: Learn to play Fur Elise by Beethoven, the tutorial is easy and fun!
Lesson #30 Basic Harmony Rules: Music Theory Harmony 101
Lesson #31 Structure in Music: Structural Aynalisis; Binary Form
Lesson #32 Playing Leaps, Jumps, & Hops: Playing Eyes Closed
Lesson #33 Alberti Bass Patturn: How to play broken Chords; How to Play Piano
Lesson #34 Hanon: How to Play Piano, How to play Hanon
Lesson #35 Scales in 6th's & 3rd's; Also Formula Patterns, Learn How to Play Piano
Lesson #36 How to Perform; Getting over Nerves when Playing at a Performance
Lesson #37 MUSIC THEORY
Lesson #38 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 1
Lesson #39 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 2
Lesson #40 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 3
Lesson #41 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 4
Lesson #42 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 5
Lesson #43 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 6
Lesson #44 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 7
Lesson #45 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 8
Lesson #46 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 9
Lesson #47 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 10
Lesson #48 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 11
Lesson #49 LEARN MUSIC THEORY 12
Lesson #50 MUSIC THEORY EXAM
Knowing how to play a piano is an exciting talent to develop. If you are a jazz enthusiast, you may have listened to piano music from great artists like Count Basie or Duke Ellington or you might like modern jazz piano players better and there are many who have won the hearts of audiences everywhere. One piano player who crosses many genres is Jim Brickman, who often plays his own compositions, and whose music is played on pop, inspirational, and new age stations.
You may however be more interested in the rock keyboard players, such as Rick Wakeman of Yes, Tony Banks of Genesis, Dennis De Young of Styx, and David Sancious who played for Springsteen, Santana, and Sting or rock piano players such as Elton John, Billy Joel, Carole King, Paul McCartney and Carly Simon.
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Ratings and Reviews
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iPhone 5s & 6s
This has an incredible amount of material. It has someone reading to you. It has diagrams, it is as close as you can come to a virtual teacher. It starts at the beginning, so between this & other music theory apps you can buy from the store, someone can learn a lot by themselves with motivation. This does not take away the need for a real teacher, but it is a good start, & to see if you are even interested in learning to read music & play. But this app is Outstanding. Period. Thank you
Great for novice piano students
I'm a little older than the average beginner piano student, so I was a little hesitant to take lessons at my age. This app has given me a great head start learning to play the piano. I've been using the iPad version for the past week, and the lessons are very well put together and easy to follow. Highly recommended for someone who has always wanted to learn to play the piano, but was too nervous to start taking lessons. Don't put it off another day!
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