Instant Playing System
Play Piano & Keyboard by Ear
So, why do you want to learn piano or keyboard in the first place?
Most people take up playing piano or keyboard because they have a need to express themselves and music is a great way to do this.
Most pianists will have taken inspiration either from a pop star that they admire and who's music they like to listen to, or they may have a friend or a family member who plays piano and keyboard and so the become inspired by them and decide to try and learn too. Learning from a friend or family member is a good start because they can show you basic pieces of music that they started out with and so this will help to build your confidence.
The great thing about piano or keyboard is that it is the ultimate virtuoso instrument, in that even without other instruments as accompaniment you can play complete pieces of music that sound amazing and impressive.
Piano and keyboard can also encompass a wide range of musical styles, from pop music, jazz, gospel, blues, country and classical. In fact the musical styles that can be achieved playing piano are limitless.
Many famous popular songs have been written on piano and keyboard.
Learning to play popular songs is a great way for complete beginners to start their musical journey because it helps to create confidence and motivation which is very important if you are just starting out. There is nothing better for a beginner than the reward of playing a recognizable song, espescially if they can then play it for family and friends.
Here are just a few songs that are great for beginners to play, because they are quite easy to pick up even if you are unable to read music:
American Pie - Don Mclean | Let It Be - The Beatles | Suspicious Minds - Elvis Presley | Imagine - John Lennon | Candle In The Wind - Elton John | Hound Dog - Elvis Presley | Summer Of 69 - Bryan Adams | Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison | Country Roads - John Denver | Mama Mia - Abba
(Click the player below to hear how you could be playing. This is the actual audio example of 'Let It Be' by The Beatles. You will learn to play this in your first lesson)
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