This guide shows you How To Learn Piano By Ear
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Find the part 1b here: https://youtu.be/EOD_KstBP_Q
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I tried to present a piano lesson without any words and making sure you play as you learn. The video is only 10 minutes long but you can play it several times until you get confident. It is meant for people that has never read piano music before so I start from scratch. Not all the concept seen are explained (time signatures, rest, clef) but only the relevant once.
The idea is that any person that don’t speak English can still learn from this video although a very few words are used.
In this case every beat last a second because that is the tempo chosen as the most suitable for this exercise. That gives me the chance to explain that a crotchet/quarter-note last a second, a minim/half-note 2 seconds and a semibreve/whole-note last 4 seconds. That would change if the tempo goes faster or slower.
I hope you enjoy this.
The music is especially composed for this exercise by Marcello Palace.
The only two chords used are C and F7m and the reason I used a 7th minor in the F chord is to make more acceptable to include notes that are not part of the sounding chord and still make it sound acceptable.
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This is a video lesson intended for people who want to learn how to play piano.
And yes, it’s free, I think people anywhere deserve a chance to learn how to play piano for free! It’s an international language and piano as well as music is such a wonderful skill to have.
This is a reshoot of the old series of How to play piano started by http://www.howtoplaypiano.ca
Here is a link to a chart of a piano lesson overview of all my piano lessons. This chart shows everything I cover. To view the index go here.
If you’re looking to buy a keyboard to start playing piano check this page out to see my piano recommendations.
Enjoy my first piano lesson! Learn the piano in a fun, easy and unique approach!
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Special thanks to Michael Alvarado for providing the fabulous music!
Music: Michael Alvarado – ‘Slow Love’