Staffordshire, England Piano Teachers

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Beata Music Tuition


Lichfield, Staffordshire ST14 5LL
England

I give piano and violin lessons for adults and children on both beginner and advanced levels. I enjoy teaching adults because it is their choice to ...

Caroline Hogarth


Tamworth, Staffordshire B79 0HP
England

I believe in teaching a solid foundation in good technique whilst studying a variety of musical styles - classical, jazz and pop/rock - to suit the ...

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Giles Farnaby Piano School


Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire DE14 2NY
England

Piano tuition available in Burton-on-Trent. Any skill level and any age.

Karen Daniels - Professional Pianist

80 Sutherland Crescent
Blythe Bridge
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST119JU
England

I'm a piano teacher and pianist based in Stoke on Trent, I've been teaching for just over 20 years now and have my own private studio at home.

Sarah Lloyd Music

Walnut Walk
Lichfield, Staffordshire WS13 8FA
England

I am a friendly, approachable individual with a simple aim...to allow all ages to enjoy music.

Featured Listings

  • Miss Christina Barrie

    Camden, London
    England

    Experienced piano teacher and accompanist

  • Bernadette Charnley

    Great Harwood, Lancashire
    England

    I teach piano & violin from my own home in Great

  • Marina Petrov

    Holloway, London N7 6DH
    England

    PIANO LESSONS FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS WITH HIGHLY




Did You Know Piano Facts

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Around the middle of the twelfth century we find the keyed monochord, which was developed further, several strings being added, until eventually we recognize the clavichord. A tangent was fitted to the back of each key, which when raised contacted the single string, and facilitated simultaneous notes. The tangent acted as a bridge determining the speaking length of the string. A mute was fitted to the non-speaking length, so when the key was released the note stopped singing.