One of the most important skill sets you can have at your disposal as a piano player is to know how to read sheet music (notes) so that you can learn to play the songs you love!

Weโ€™ve touched base on this before with our previous rundown on โ€œHow To Read Notesโ€, here:

Itโ€™s been a very helpful lesson for a lot of people, but I was left wondering… how can we make it EVEN better?

There are many different ways to learn musical notation, and I have a few new tricks up my sleeve that I thought might be helpful for new players trying to get a scope of it.

Ready to Get Started on the Piano? Learn how with 4 free and easy lessons!

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0:00 – Intro

0:41 – *Part 1 Review*
1:31 – Middle C
3:11 – Note Name Acronyms

3:48 – *Tips and Tricks*
4:35 – Landmark Notes
5:48 – Intervals
6:00 – 2nds
7:07 – 3rds
8:38 – 4ths
9:30 – 5ths
10:23 – 6ths
10:50 – 7ths
11:33 – Octaves
12:00 – Different options
12:29 – Use Patterns

13:14 – Lesson Review & Practice

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Lisa Witt has been teaching piano for +20 years and in that time has helped hundreds of thousands of students learn to play the songs they love. Lisa received classical piano training through the Royal Conservatory of Music, but she has since embraced popular music and playing by ear in order to accompany herself and others. She is a songwriter and recording artist. Lisaโ€™s contagious enthusiasm will have you excited to practice and return to the keys for your next lesson. Her teaching style focuses on you, making lessons encouraging and fun.

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