Today’s video is all about how to invert chords on the piano.  This is a SUPER IMPORTANT and practical skill to learn – take heed of the all caps!

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    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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    Hello! Today’s video is a tutorial on how to play Brahms Lullaby – it’s a very famous and well-known lullaby, and this arrangement is written in the key of F major. 

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  Hello! Today it’s time to start getting into the very basics of reading music, by starting with reading rhythm.  It’s important to become really familiar with these simple concepts in order to tackle more difficult ones, so to really make sure you know your stuff, print off and complete the exercises below:

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    G’day, Today’s question is, “how long does it really take to learn piano?”  In the 10 or so years I’ve been teaching, this topic is one of the most misunderstood, especially by adult students.  The short answer is: A long damn time.  Longer than you think.  Many assume you can spend time casually learning piano…

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As a complete beginner, it can be difficult to imagine what the first half-year of lessons will be like, and what ground you’ll cover.  This short guide is a tour through the first months as an average piano student (late teen or adult), and applies to both private lessons and the video series on the website.

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