Keyboard and piano lesson for beginners. Includes photos of easy chords.
Pianos are built for the average-sized man's hand which is about one inch larger than the average woman's or child's hand.
Practicing classical piano pieces can be tough. Using a systematic approach can help though. Read on for helpful tips to make you a better pianist.
How many strings does the average piano have? Why are there so many? Read this article to find out!
Why do pianos go out of tune? Part of the reason lies in how they're constructed, and part of the reason lies in where they're positioned. Look inside and find out more!
A true story of how I met Jazz Pianist, Dave Brubeck, a legend, sharing my piano. Then along comes grammy winner Taj Mahal who upset the apple cart.
Selecting the right piano pieces is important to improve the piano playing techniques. Good classical pieces or literature pieces can build a good foundation for Grade 3 students and prepare the child for even more challenging classical pieces in grade 4.
Swing is a technique for jazzing up the music you're playing without having to change the way it's written. Find out more and listen to how it works.
The problem with traditional piano education is that it doesn't teach you how to play in a band. This simplified approach will get you playing chords right away.
In this lesson you're going to start reading real piano music, just like the pros. Discover what all those strange musical symbols mean, and why there are two clefs in piano music.