Want to be a better pianist?
Want to start playing piano?
How about learning more advanced approaches to technique, musicality, and practicing?
I can help you with these things, and more.
For a visually two-toned instrument, the piano can be a very colourful and complex instrument.
I present to you, the Ultimate Guide to Playing Piano, overflowing with valuable resources for playing piano.
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Table of Contents
The Power of Piano
How to Read Sheet Music
Reading Piano Keys
Good Posture for Piano
Music Theory Guides – Beginner to Advanced
How Can I Express Myself in Piano?
Why is Sight Reading Important?
How to Memorize Music Flawlessly
Preparing to Perform Piano
How to Combat Stagefright
Piano Lesson Videos
Piano Tutorial Videos (No note reading)
What’s the Deal with Improvising?
Ear Training Exercises
All About Pianos
How to Buy a Piano
Piano Maintenance Guides
How to Inispect a Piano
The no-fail guide to achieving any goal.
Plus free printable posters.
My post about inspiration received an overwhelming response–thank you to everyone who sent me personal stories!
Why are some people so awesome and diligent at what they do?
According to a study conducted at the University College of London:
- You need an average of 66 days to form a habit.
- Depending on the difficulty and type of the habit, it can take anywhere from 18 to 254+ days for the habit to become automatic.
- For example, getting into the habit of drinking a glass of water everyday takes about 18 days, but doing 50 situps everyday takes more dedication.
- Missing one day doesn’t reduce your chances of forming the habit. Don’t give up.
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.”
These easy Christmas piano solos are for beginner to intermediate pianists who like to learn by rote.
None of these lessons are longer than 14 minutes…
So start learning now, and you’ll be an expert in no time!
1. The First Noel