Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Piano Lessons Outside the Box: A New Approach to Learning Piano

Usually, piano lessons consist of a teacher assigning a method book to students in an attempt to teach them how to play the music of the "masters."

The hopeful student learns to read music (in a year or two) and begins to play his first pieces. For most, this is satisfactory. All they really want to to do is play classical music and entertain themselves and others. Nothing wrong with it at all.

But what if there was a way to play the piano that allowed you to express yourself creatively - just like painters do? There is a way. And it all has to do with a chord-based approach!

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1 comment:

  1. Well put. Most children are humming and singing tunes they make up before they learn the tunes. They scribble with crayons before they learn to create actual ideas. We can do the same with music, particularly the piano.