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Questions on learning to play the piano, and piano music.

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Looking for good learning materials.

Post by GrinningMess » 26 Jul 2010, 14:19

Hi there. I've been playing piano for a couple of years now and have learnt to play by ear; but what I can can play is limited in scope. So I have resolved to actually learn music properly. :P
I spent some time looking for video and stuff but I found nothing that really suited me. I'm really only looking to advance my skills as pianist and also learn music theory. To give you a rough guide to my abilty; my proudest achivement to date is figuring out half of moonlight sonata and I can play it pretty well, i feel. So yeah, any help would be awesome. :mrgreen: :P

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Post by dan333 » 30 Jul 2010, 12:51

http://www.musicalskills.weebly.com has some e-books that can help you there very helpful just email us on http://www.musicalskills.weebly.com onthe contact us page and ask for the "basics of piano" e-book it very well presented and explained we'll email it to you A.S.A.P. and it FREE.

I hope to boost your confidence in your piano abilities.

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Post by samasap » 12 Aug 2010, 14:25


The little book of music theory is good, and you can get this from - www.musicroom.com and its pocket size so you can carry it around with you which is handy!!!!

Plus their are some good websites around that offer free theory advice, plus free piano music - These sites are: -

Also good teach yourself books are the kenneth baker books on piano, they start off at beginners levels but have books for more advanced pianists aswell! #

Let me know if you want any further advice.

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