Welcome To Easy Piano Basics
#3 - The Musical Alphabet
Learn how to find all of the notes on the piano using the musical alphabet.
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- The Notes Of The Piano
- Low And High Notes
- The Musical Alphabet
- Finger Numbers
- How To Sit At The Piano
- The Grab Technique (this changed my playing forever)
- Five Finger Scale
- G Clef Guideposts
- Steps And Skips
- Half and Whole Steps
- Higher And Lower On The Staff
- The F Clef
- The Grand Staff (you'll learn to read music)
- Barlines and Measures
- Time Signatures
- Learn How To Use The Pedals
- How To Play Hands Together
- Sharps And Flats
- The Natural Symbol
- Playing Hands Together Part 2
- Reading Notes In Groups and Intervals
- Legato and Staccato
- Major 5 Finger Scale
- Minor 5 Finger Scale
- Chords – Major and Minor Triads *super important*
- Chord Symbols (great for "by ear" players too!)
- Key Signatures
- Basics of Rhythm (will improve your rhythm!!)
- You'll also learn where to go once done with EPB
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- Sheet Music
Download the sheet music for the lessons. If you don't know how to read music yet...don't worry! This easy sheet music, along with the lessons, will show you how.
Do I need to practice the piano every day?
Try to practice 5-10 minutes per day, 5 days a week. If you don't have time to sit at the piano to practice, don't stress! Even watching 5 minutes of a lesson will help you learn new piano tips and create a solid foundation to build upon.
Do I need any special equipment or piano?
No special equipment is needed. You can view the videos on any phone, tablet or computer. Any keyboard or piano will be fine for practice.