PIANO LESSONS FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS

PIANO LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS

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Page 1.  Understanding the geography of the piano keyboard.

Page 2.  Understanding the number system used in piano fingering.

Page 3.  The Music Staff, Clefs

Page 4.  How To Count Music

Page 5.  Play "God Is So Good" using the finger numbering system.  Look at the diagram of the right hand.  Place your fingers on your piano with the right thumb on middle C and just play the numbers as you see them on your paper.  Click onto this PDF file to get this music. Listen to the midi file to hear how this song should sound.

Page 6.  Play "Ode To Joy" using the finger numbering system.  Look at the diagram of the right hand.  Place your fingers on your piano with the right thumb on middle C and just play the numbers as you see them on your paper.  Click onto this PDF file to get this music.  Listen to the midi file to hear how this song should sound.

Page 7.  Play "Kumbaya" using the finger numbering system.  Look at the diagram of the right hand.  Place your fingers on your piano with the right thumb on middle C and just play the numbers as you see them on your paper.  Click onto this PDF file to get this music.  Listen to the midi file to hear how this song should sound.

Page 8.  Middle C, and Middle D Whole Notes, Half Notes  Next, Listen to the midi file of this exercise.

Page 9.  Middle notes B, and C Quarter Notes, Whole Notes, Half Notes.  Next, Listen to the midi file of this exercise.

Page 10.  Middle notes C, D, and E using quarter notes, whole notes, and half notes.  Listen to the midi file of this exercise.  Also, listen to the snare drum in the background acting as a metronome.  Tap your foot in sync with the steady beat of the snare drum.  Tapping your foot helps you to keep time.

Page 11.  Notes:  C, D, E, F.  This exercise uses quarter notes, half notes, and whole notes.  Make sure that you use the correct fingering on each note.  Listen to the midi file of how this exercise should sound.

Page 12.  Notes C, D, E, F, and G.  Listen to the midi file and listen to the snare drum keeping time for you.  The snare drum plays 4 beats per measure.

Page 13.  Ode To Joy using right hand music notation.  midi file

Page 14.  Mary Had A Little Lamb using right hand music notation.  Try this easier version which utilizes my INSTANT READ NOTES.------midi file

When you purchase my $20 internet secret website course you will get tons of songs written with my INSTANT READ NOTES.

IT'S TIME TO WORK ON THE LEFT HAND BASS NOTES

Page 15.  Notes:  C and B in the left hand bass clef.  Listen to the midi file and keep count with the whole notes, half notes and quarter notes.

Page 16.  Notes:  C, B, and A in the left hand bass clef.  Listen to the midi file and count with the various rhythms applied to these notes.

Page 17.  Notes:  C, B, A, and G in the left hand bass clef.  Listen to the midi file and count with the various rhythms applied to these notes.

Page 18.  Notes:  C, B, A, G, and F in the left hand bass clef.  Listen to the midi file and count with the various rhythms applied to these notes.

Page 19.  SONG:  Mary Had A Little Lamb using the left hand bass only.  Listen to the midi file.

IT'S TIME TO PLAY EASY SONGS THAT USE BOTH THE LEFT AND RIGHT HANDS (TREBLE AND BASS CLEFS)

Page 19.  THE WHOLE NOTE SONG print up the pdf file of music.  Listen to the midi file.

Page 20.  SAILING.  You can print up the pdf file of this song about God's creation of the sea.  Listen to the midi file.

Page 21.  ON THE BEACH:  You can print up the pdf file of this song about walkng on the beach.  Listen to the midi file.

Page 22.  OUTER SPACE:  You can print up the pdf file of this song about a young boy who wants to be an astronaut.  MIDI FILE.

Page 23.  Bugle Call:  A simple bugle call based upon a C major chord.  Sheet Music PDF FileMidi File.

Page 24.  SPRINGTIME:  In this song you will play double notes in the right hand.  Sheet Music PDF FileMidi File.

Page 25.  The Happy Cricket:  In this song, the basic melody evolves into a more complex rhythm and harmony.  Sheet Music PDF fileMidi File.

Page 26.  The Mirror:  This is a finger hand coordination exercise.  Take it slow.  It can be tricky.  Sheet Music PDF file.  Midi File.

Page 27.  Day Is Done:  This is a one chord song, which makes it easy for your left hand.  Sheet Music PDF File.  Midi File.

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IF YOU ARE AN ABSOLUTE BEGINNING PIANO STUDENT

If you are an absolute beginning piano student, you need a teacher right there by your side.  I have created 4 DVD's and each DVD comes with a book.  If you had one of these DVD's you could place your portable DVD player or your laptop computer on top of your piano or right next to your keyboard and you will have me right there by your side showing you every little piano detail step by step as you played your DVD.

Read the details about my DVD's for ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS

PIANO LESSON #1

PIANO LESSON #2

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