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6/8 Time Signature: More on Rhythm

Hi friends! Today’s video is an important rhythm discussion – what is 6/8 time signature, and how does it differ from 3/4? Counting in 6/8 is different than counting in simple time signatures (like 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4), so be sure to get your math brain ready for this video!

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How to play Greensleeves: Beginner Piano

    Hi all! Today on pianoTV, we’re going to learn how to play Greensleeves, a good ol’ classic from the 16th Century. In today’s video we delve deeper into syncopated pedaling, and use a broken chord pattern in the left hand. Enjoy!

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Overture to William Tell: Beginner Piano

    Hello! Today’s sheet music arrangement is courtesy the website Piano Mother – the Overture to William Tell, better known as the Lone Ranger Song. It’s fast, it’s got pep, and it’s even got a key change! This piece is best suited to those who have been playing piano at least 3-6 months, since it isn’t…

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Spring by Vivaldi Tutorial: Beginner Piano

      Hey folks! Here’s a fun one for you today – Spring by Vivaldi. This is but a fraction of the full piece, and Spring is 1/4 of Vivaldi’s full “The Four Seasons”, but it’s instantly recognizable and not too intense on piano, either.

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How to play Fur Elise by Beethoven: Beginner Piano

    Hello! I am very excited today, because we’re going to work on a snippet of that piece you’ve always wanted to learn on piano – how to play Fur Elise!  Now, this isn’t the full version, as it’s quite difficult (at a Grade 7 level, in fact), but the first page is doable…

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Land of the Silver Birch: Beginner Piano Tutorial

    Hello! Today I’m very excited to share with you an arrangement of ‘Land of the Silver Birch’, because it’s a Canadian folk song, and I’m Canadian and thus biased, and it’s just overall a good tune.  It’s the first piece we’ve learned on this site in a minor key – in the next…

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Beethoven – Russian Air, op. 107 no. 3 – tutorial

    Hello! Russian Air, op. 107 no. 3 is for relative beginners – you’ll probably want at least several months under your belt before trying out this one, but it’s lots of fun if you’re ready to work hard!  Beethoven’s Russian Air, op. 107 no. 3 is a fairly famous piece from a set…

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