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By following the 4 Quick Start Steps on the link below, you'll be able to get your piano playing started on the right foot. Start the first three steps simultaneously to begin your piano adventure!
Read this practice guide first and review it often. Your guide will keep you motivated and committed, reviewing techniques and showing you how to learn new songs with your video lessons.
Grab a cup of coffee and let's get to work. These short videos
will help you master the major and minor chords in record time. I
recommend that you add these lesson videos to your daily practice
routine from the very beginning. Just 2 to 3 minutes a day should do the
Complete beginners, regardless of age, should start with the
basics. Learning the basics will take about 6 to 8 weeks, and you'll be
building a strong musical foundation that will be with you for the rest
of your life. Take your time and enjoy the process! Beginners should
also start with week 1 of the 9-week chord exercise.
Once you've gone through the basics, it's time for the Intermediate Lessons!
However, if you've had a year or more of piano lessons and have a basic knowledge of chords, then you may want to skip directly to the more advanced lessons.
If you think you're ready to start the Inverted Chords after the 9-week chord exercise, you can click the link below and
start right away! Otherwise, take your time with your lessons whether
you're in the Basics or Intermediate to Advanced.
With this next phase of Easy Chord Piano Lessons, you'll learn everything you need to Play Piano By Ear and more!
This audio course has been desined and developed for students at the beginner level with a basic knowledge of the C, F and G major chords.
As you follow the course, these "simple" songs become more challenging with each lesson as you head toward the Master Class Sessions! You'll be amazed with your ability with each lesson, because they have been developed to enjoy learning piano, not to be frustrated by it.