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I have recently been discussing what the fastest way to learn the piano or keyboard is, and was very surprised to find out the result! A must for beginners to know, we recently posted the answer on our blog http://learn-piano-songs.blogspot.com
I'd like to know your thoughts, and what you believe is the fastest way to learn the piano? What different methods have you tried? Just traditional, just online?
I think it's good to mix up both traditional and online learning. If you can afford to have some one on one tuition this will help improve your technique e.t.c, but online now you have some good websites with lots of free useful information.
Kenneth Baker books are good for beginners as is learning some scales. The associated Board of music do a good scales arpeggios and broken chord book! I'd recommend it.
Sorry, Honkytonk, I missed this one. Well, I had a look and it seems harmless, but I can obliterate it if you want. (Me? Power mad...?) Let me know.honkytonk wrote:A name like that on the title just cries out the word SPAM to me.
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