Learn to play the piano today!
Learn everything you need to know about learning to play the piano.
This audiobook is for anyone who wants to learn how to play the piano. It is for those who have no experience playing, but who want to learn. Even if you have no experience with music and have never laid your hands on a piano, by the time you finish this audiobook you will be able to play.
You will learn how to read notes, how long each note should be held for, and the basics of reading sheet music. We will move from reading notes, to learning about the piano keys, and learning where the notes are located on the piano. After you are able to find the notes, you will begin learning how to play chords.
By the time you finish listening to this audiobook you are going to be able to play the piano at a beginner's level. You will not only be able to read sheet music, but to find the notes on your piano, and begin playing songs. You will also know how to play chords, and use both of your hands when playing music.
Why you must have this audiobook:
- In this book, you will learn how to play the piano from start to finish, from learning how to read notes to playing entire songs, this book will walk you through it all.
- This book will teach you the steps you need to not only start playing music, but it will also walk you through learning your first four songs.
- In this book, you will learn how to play chords with both hands so that you can create your own music. You will also learn the correct way to place your hands on the piano.
- This book will guide you through finding middle C and using it to learn all the keys on the piano.
- This book will teach you what you need to know in order to be a successful piano player, including tips and tricks that you can use each time you play.
What listeners say about Piano
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- Daron Ashford
Not suitable for audio book
Luckily I got this audio book using a monthly credit, however it just isn't suitable for audio learning.
The reader refers to images that are not shown or given, with no real description. It is unfortunate, because some areas sound useful, but with most of it ripped out of context it's a useless listen.
- Todd (Toad) Vogel
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I couldn't even finish this book. The narration was very boring. This shouldn't have even been an audiobook to begin with. The author is telling you what something is but doesn't give a description. For example, "this is what a whole note looks like" and then no description follows. This should have been made into a video, which still would have been boring.
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A Brief Rundown Of Piano Basics
This was an audio I was intrigued to listen and find out how one can teach piano without an actual book. I am a novice when it comes to piano, but do know a few basic items in regards to music so I wanted to use this as a comparison tool.
This audio would be best to listen in front of the piano in order to practice alongside the tutorial.
As an audio standalone to learn piano, it was a bit confusing and lacking in certain details. The main focus in one of the chapters is learning the music staff and notes. The visual description of the notes and staff alignment were not translated easily through audio, so if you do not know what a quarter note or a whole note looks like then the chapter will not make sense. Many times the narrator references what certain items look like "here" so it is obviously described visually in the book.
The narrator has a nice tonal voice and was energetic with the content. There were a few times where he spoke quickly. More pauses between sentences would have been easier to help process the technical information before going onto the next lesson.
This audio was helpful for me in learning acronyms for the notes, chords and gave good examples of starter songs to practice scales. This audio is one that will be good to listen to again in sections while practicing and is short enough to listen all the way through. I would suggest getting the book or if there are downloadable companion sheets to help with referencing, the audio would be a more complete tool for getting started in learning how to play.
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