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Video 1: 20 reasons to learn piano

In case you’re on the fence about learning piano, one of the most rewarding hobbies EVER (not biased), this video will hopefully push you over the fence.

FREE E-BOOK: How to Practice Piano (and like it!)

Free E-Book: How To Practice Piano (and like it)

MENTIONED IN VIDEO:
Playing the piano might make you smarter:  
http://brainconnection.brainhq.com/20…
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/scien…

Music lessons on the aging brain:
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/ne…

Developing confidence by learning an instrument:
 http://www.shankarmahadevanacademy.co…

Other information:
http://lacefieldmusic.com/playing-music/
http://www.steinway.com/news/articles…

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BACKGROUND MUSIC:
Franz Joseph Haydn – Sonata in C major, Hob. XVI No. 50, 1st movement (“Allegro”)
Performance by Tom Pascale, available at www.pianosociety.com

Thanks for watching my very first video! There’s a lot more where that came from, so stay tuned and we’ll go on a piano adventure together! *cue rainbows and kittens*

xo,
Allysia

Video 3: How long does it really take to learn piano?
Welcome to the first episode of the Q+A series! Today I talk about a common misconception that people have about learning piano (or any instrument) – that you can pick it up, mess around with it for a year or so, and be able to pull off amazing works of art. The short answer to ‘how long does it take to learn piano’ is ‘a long damn time’ – watch on for details!

FREE E-BOOK: How to Practice Piano (and like it!)

Free E-Book: How To Practice Piano (and like it)

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RCM: http://www.rcmusic.ca/
-Canadian system for measuring ‘grades’, goes from Preparatory level to Grade 10 and beyond.

ABRSM: http://abrsm.org/
-Another worldwide examination system, grades 1-8

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BACKGROUND MUSIC:
Frederic Chopin – Waltz in E flat major, op. 18
Performance by Harald Vetter, available at www.pianosociety.com
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I might not have all the answers, or many answers, or answers that are appealing. But please ask me questions anyway!
xo,
Allysia