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Piano Lessons Year 1- Free Online Video Lessons

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The Musiah Piano Method Video – The Best Way To Learn Piano / Keyboard Music Online

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In this video, Piano Teacher & Musiah Inventor Brendan Hogan explains how the Musiah Piano Teaching Method will reduce the time it takes music students to learn how to read notes by at least two years.

Based upon traditional piano teaching methods, the Musiah Piano Method is derived from thousands of hours of pain-staking observation of hundreds of piano and keyboard teachers over a 17 year period.

Whether you’re looking for piano / keyboard lessons for kids or adults at a beginners, mid level or advanced level, Musiah’s online piano lessons are the best piano lessons anywhere online.

Start your FREE online piano lessons 7 Day Trial here: https://www.musiah.com/enroll.aspx

Musiah is the world’s first A.I. (Artificially Intelligent) Virtual Piano Teacher – a new software invention that teaches adults and children how to play piano at a fraction of the cost of traditional private piano or keyboard lessons.

Visit http://www.musiah.com to find out more.

A recent study showed that Musiah piano / keyboard students learn 5-8 times faster than students learning the same syllabus through traditonal piano / keyboard lessons, and best of all, they have more fun.

Using the latest patented A.I. technology, Musiah responds to your playing just like a traditional piano teacher and encourages you every step of the way.

What could be better than learning how to play the piano / keyboard in the comfort of your own home whenever it suits you.

Musiah makes real piano lessons so affordable. In fact up to 6 members of your family can all learn.

You can learn using a MIDI keyboard or you can even start off playing piano notes on your computer keyboard — so you can try Musiah’s online piano lessons straight away without having to commit to buying a MIDI keyboard.

And right now, you can try Musiah’s online piano lessons FREE for 7 days.

SImply visit http://www.musiah.com to start your FREE 7 Day piano lesson trial now.

Here is a link to an overview of piano lessons online with Musiah:
http://www.musiah.com/features.aspx

The benefits of learning how to play piano with Musiah for students, parents and teachers are summarized here:
http://www.musiah.com/features/benefits.aspx

The Musiah Piano Teaching method has been developed over 17 years and has been taught to more than 80,000 piano students. The Musiah Piano Teaching Method is explained in detail here:
http://www.musiah.com/features/the-musiah-teaching-method.aspx

Information on what type of MIDI keyboard to get and also (as a temporary alternative) how to use your computer keyboard to play piano notes is available here:
http://www.musiah.com/features/keyboard-info.aspx

Piano lessons with Musiah are very affordable, convenient and fun. They bring the opportunity to learn how to play piano to people everywhere.

Here is a link to an overview of piano lessons online with Musiah.
http://www.musiah.com/features.aspx

The benefits of learning piano online with Musiah for students, parents and teachers are summarized here.
http://www.musiah.com/features/benefits.aspx

Start your FREE online piano lessons 7 Day Trial here:
https://www.musiah.com/enroll.aspx
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In this video I’ll give you an overview of how to read piano sheet music on the grand staff. There are some easy methods that will help you remember the notes more easily. Let me show you how, step by step.

Want to review all of the notes learned in this lesson a little more slowly? Then you should check out the Note Reading Crash Course!

Want to practice reading notes, and get faster and better at it? Why not try the Note Speller for piano?

Want complete piano lessons that start at the beginning? Check out Unit 1 of Year 1 Piano Lessons:

All this and more at:
http://www.pianovideolessons.com

How To Read Music: Video 1 Grand Staff Notes teaches how to read all the notes on the treble and bass clef staves and how to find them all on the piano keyboard. (Support materials available at http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/resources/)

Good for beginners, and it is also good for novice or intermediate students who would like to gain a better understanding of music.

Tips: Read by finger patterns:

Beginner Lesson found at PianoVideoLessons.com here:
https://sites.google.com/site/learnpianovideos/where-should-i-start/beginner/beginner
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A-1 Piano Key Names – FREE Beginner Piano Video Lessons – Lesson 1

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Printable materials to accompany this full 12- lesson pre-beginner piano unit are available here:
http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/courses/pre-beginner-piano-lessons/

Index of all 12 Lessons:

Pre-Staff Beginner Piano Lessons

Note Reading Crash Course: http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/courses/note-reading-crash-course-learn-to-read-piano-music/

What are the names of the piano keys?
Welcome to Lesson 1 of PianoVideoLessons free Beginner Piano Lessons series. This series of free video lessons is designed to walk you through learning all of the basic of piano playing. After completing the Beginner Piano Lessons Series you will be ready to start to read notes on the staff. All of these Beginner Video Piano Lessons are taught without sheet music so you will get a solid foundation in understanding the mechanics of playing the piano. More videos lessons will continue to be added to teach you to read and play piano. If you`re looking to learn to read notes and want to do it quickly, I recommend my Note Reading Crash Course.

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How-To Make a Piano Video with Particles

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Learn the BEST Way to Make a Piano Video with Lights and Particles!
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1:00 – Start of Tutorial
1:15 – Import Video and MIDI
2:30 – Video Position and Crop
3:07 – Video Timing
3:54 – Video Brightness
4:20 – Choosing Colors
5:40 – Particle Settings
6:00 – Light Settings
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I develop the SeeMusic app, which makes it easier to create videos with particles and lights. My goal is for everyone to make videos like mine, without the high cost or effort!

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Beginner Keyboard lesson DVD play Piano Video learn

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DVD available from
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. Introduction to Keyboard DVD & Video by Lee Davis is a 60 minute video for the beginning keyboard or piano student and is the companion video to the Keyboard Primer book. It covers all the basics of playing – including proper technique, hand and body positions, scales, chords, and note reading. The student plays along with a full band on 12 familiar songs which are played at 2 speeds (slow for practicing and performance tempo). Our unique split screens show both hands in detail and utilizes onscreen notation for all of the music, with a bouncing ball type pointer showing each note as it is being played. It’s all you need to get started on the keyboard or piano.
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Learn to Play Bach's Prelude in C Major: Beginner Piano Lesson Video

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NOTE: This video teaches the Gounod version of Bach’s Prelude. Basically, there’s a bar around 2:40 that “doesn’t fit”, but appears in the Gounod version. Read more about it here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ave_Maria_%28Bach/Gounod%29

In this video you will learn to play Bach’s Prelude in C Major, from his Well Tempered Clavier. The piece will be performed, with full notes & fingering shown in screen. Then, I’ll discuss some of the points you should watch out for while practicing. Bach’s Prelude is a great piece for late beginner / early intermediate piano players, because:

1. It sounds sophisticated and mature, and:

2. It’s easy to learn to play, relatively speaking. This is because of its fairly repetitive nature: the bars all follow a very repetitive structure, so you really only have to learn a single pattern and then just change the notes from bar to bar (except for the last couple of bars).

Bach’s Prelude in C major is one of the 24 pieces in his Well Tempered Clavier. From Wikipedia:

“The Well-Tempered Clavier (German: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier),[1] BWV 846–893, is a collection of solo keyboard music composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. He gave the title to a book of preludes and fugues in all 24 major and minor keys, dated 1722, composed “for the profit and use of musical youth desirous of learning, and especially for the pastime of those already skilled in this study.” Bach later compiled a second book of the same kind, dated 1742, with the title “Twenty-four Preludes and Fugues.” The two works are now considered to make up a single work, The Well-Tempered Clavier, or “the 48,” and are referred to as The Well-Tempered Clavier Book I and The Well-Tempered Clavier Book II respectively.[2] The Well-Tempered Clavier and Twenty-four Preludes and Fugues are generally regarded as being among the most influential works in the history of Western classical music”

You can read more about it on the Wikipedia website:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Well-Tempered_Clavier

My Youtube channel has many other interesting lessons:

Learn how to play Pat Metheny’s letter from home:

Learn how to read sheet music (for beginners):

Play twice as fast with delays:

Learn how to develop your piano technique. This one is good for beginners and intermediate players alike:

Additional interesting links:

Here is a link to the sheet music of this prelude in PDF format. However, you will have to know how to read notes:
http://www.gmajormusictheory.org/Freebies/Classics/WTCPrelu.pdf
Bach’s prelude is a really great piece to learn is you are a beginning/intermediate pianist, since it’s (1) repetitive and not very complicated technique-wise, and (2) sounds very sophisticated (well, it’s Bach, so it really IS sophisticated!).

For those of you who are interested, the “chords” played are also spelled out on the screen (technically, Bach’s music is not based on “chords” so this is just a simple guideline provided by myself).

Enjoy!
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New Free Online Piano Lessons: In this FREE online beginner piano tutorial we will be learning about the staff. You will learn about high notes and low notes, line notes, space notes, treble clef and bass clef, the Grand Staff and the right hand and left hand staves. You will also learn how notes move on the staff.
Lesson index, all found here:http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/courses/free-online-beginner-piano-lessons-year-1/
1-1: The Grand Staff
1-2: Landmarks C and G
1-3: Introduction to Rhythm
1-4: Finger Gym #1
1-5: Bass Clef Landmarks C and F
1-6: Treble G’s Neighbors: F and A
1-7: So Easily and Hot Crossed Buns
1-8: Finger Gym #2
1-9: Bass F’s Neighbors: E and G
10: Sight Reading
11: F and Friends! and I Got This!
12: Finger Gym #3
13: Barlines, Time Signature and Measures
14: At the Park
15: Ear Training – Up and Down
16: Finger Gym #4
Please visit my website to find the complete piano lesson index as well as the printable materials for the lessons:
http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/courses/free-online-beginner-piano-lessons-year-1/

Do you want a primer to get you started?
Check out the Pre-Beginner Lessons series:
http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/courses/pre-beginner-piano-lessons/
Want a quick course in Note Reading?
Here’s the Note Reading Crash Course!
http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/courses/note-reading-crash-course-learn-to-read-piano-music/
Need to get faster at reading notes?
Let the Note Speller for Piano help you remember all of the notes with lightning speed!
http://courses.pianovideolessons.com/courses/note-speller-piano/

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