Learn To Play Piano At Home

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From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com , this is Chapter 10 from “Blues for Piano and Keyboards” as found on our Blues Piano Site at: http://www.KeyboardBlues.com

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A lesson in reading music for the beginner. This easy tutorial will show you the basics of how to read music notes for both the treble clef and bass clef. The lesson is taught on the piano, but it can really be used for any instrument.

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If you consider yourself a beginner and have never learned to read music before, then this lesson is for you. This is part 1 of 4 total videos. The other three parts will be exclusive to the LessonsOnTheWeb Academy. Reading music is essential for someone to learn how to play piano. With some new techniques and equipment, I was able to put together this video to best describe how to read music on the Treble Clef.

Notes:
The staff is made of five lines and four spaces in between those lines. A note can fall on a line or space and depending on which line or space will tell you which note to play and where on the piano to play that note. You can tell a note is on a line if a line is going directly through a note. You can tell a note is on a space if the note is between two spaces. The treble clef is also known as the G clef because the center of the clef points to the line G. The Treble clef is usually played with the right hand and contains notes mostly to the right of middle C. The lines of the treble clef from the bottom to the top are E, G, B, D and F. The spaces of the treble clef from the bottom to the top are F.A. C and E. If you put the lines and spaces together, it goes in music alphabetical order E, F, G, A, B, C, D, E, F. Being able to identify where notes are on both the keyboard and staff is very important in learning to read music and playing the piano. Make sure to practice note reading daily until you have it mastered.

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Did you just buy your first keyboard and have no idea how to get started? Then you’ve come to the right place! In this mini-series I’m going to cover all of the basic concepts and teach you how to jumpstart your piano or keyboard playing career. Emphasis is on practical lessons with real-life applicability, aimed at pop/rock musicians.

In this video we’ll be expanding your chord vocabulary by adding five new chords! You’ve already learned C, F, Am and G. Now we’re going to add Em, E, A, Dm and Fm. Put together you will now have a pretty impressive arsenal of chords that can be used to play many many popular songs.

Next lesson we’ll take a closer look at your left hand and discuss left hand bass notes.

WELCOME TO TIME TO LEARN IN SHORTCUT TTL
In this video you will learn the basic piano layout and the piano keys and there name and the scale and what is scale and octave.
Friends this is tutorial series for you piano player for learn the piano for beginners who learn to play piano who can’t go for piano classes for any reason friends this tutorial series when finish you will not have to memorize any notes not need to search song’s piano notes lots of problems for solving this problem I have started this tutorial series
friends after this tutorial series you don’t need to memorize notes
else after this tutorial series you will be able to compose your songs and you will be able to play any dhun or tone which you like
friends.We start this tutorial series this is the first part of this tutorial series in part we will learn what is piano in keyboard or piano how many keys are there what are the names of keys
how to form a scale. What is C scale and which keys are included
This tutorial will help you to understand the layout of keyboard or piano.
Understand the keys of piano
2 keys black then 3 keys black again 2 keys black
you will find 2 or 3 black keys pair
there are many white keys under the blank keys
this is the layout of piano
in piano layout
this piano is divided into the octave
in one octave there are 12 keys in this
first blank key to last three blank key combination
this key and this key side is an octave
in this octave 12 keys
the combination of 12 keys of piano and keyboard is known as an octave
in this octave
in this octave there is 7 keys white
sa re ga ma pa dha ni sa
sa ni dha pa ma ga re sa
7 keys white and 5 keys black
so in the octave 7 key white and 5 keys black ok
this is octave
middle octave, lower lower octave
lower octave
higher octave
you understand the octave
you know black keys and white keys
what are the different names of these key we will know
2 keys and 3 key combination in whole keyboard
2 black key combination’s left key is C
we find other keys
c d e f g a b c
c b a g f e d c
there is no H
we know name of white keys
same name follows
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beginners piano

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In this Video I will be showing a simple technique to practice playing piano with both of your hands. This will take time to get it right, but practice one hand first and then the other. Remember when playing a song to play the chords on your left hand and notes on your right. Please show your support by a comment, rate, or subscribing.
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Learn simple chord cycles to improve your piano abilities with this easy tutorial. These Chords are very easy to learn and important to master, they are the kindergarten level of Piano! Everyone has to start with learning the very easiest piano skills and this is it.

Next Video: More Chord Cycles!

I’m so happy I’m back in the swing of making piano covers! This one is just a little quick piano cover, because I really like this song a lot. Whenever I make a cover, I usually have to listen to the song for 100 or more times to practice and learn the piece, and it gets me tired of hearing the song. But not this one.

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