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Piano for Beginners - The Absolute Guide for Beginners

V.S Publishing

Publisher: V.S

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Summary

If you are interested in learning how to play the piano, and finally be able to perform in front of people, then you want to keep reading.
 
Playing any musical instrument can be a fun and entertaining hobby to learn. Whether you just want to play for fun or are serious about becoming a musician either full or part-time, the piano is a great place to start.
 
This book, being meant for the absolute beginner, takes you through the initial stages of learning the piano, you will go from knowing next to nothing about the instrument to being able to read any piece of music you like.
 
The purpose of this book is to teach piano technique. Without a working knowledge of piano system, we are bound to pick up faulty practice methods. It is only with some rounded concept of what we need to do at the piano that we can establish better practicing.
 
Reading music is also covered in this book, as well as some basic theoretical concepts regarding scales and chords.
 
Don't be intimidated, it is not so complicated as it might seem, many find it mysterious and fascinating, and so will you.
 
From this book, YOU will learn: 
 
Piano techniques (Beginners to Intermediate)
 
Scales
 
Chords
 
Fingering techniques
 
How to read music 
 
Music Theory
 
History and peculiarities of the instrument
 
…much more
 
No previous musical experience required (what you learn from playing piano can be easily applied to keyboard)
 
Easy to follow instructions and illustration
 
Simple exercises to follow and practice
 
Learn at your own pace
 
Fun and easy songs, chords and tunes to play 
 
You will learn how to play basic and more advanced arrangements of 10 different songs:
 
Easy songs:
 
Jingle Bells
 
If you are happy and you know it
 
Petite Chanson (Classic French Song)
 
Amazing Grace
 
Happy Birthday
 
Classic songs:
 
Nocturne by Chopin
 
Sostenuto by Chopin
 
Für Elise by L. Beethoven
 
Deutscher Tanz in C-Dur No 1 by Beethoven
 
Allegretto Op 90 by Beethoven
 
Sonata N 14 by Beethoven
 
The Entertainer by Joplin
 
Sonata K-34 by Scarlatti
 
While it is important that you gain some technical know-how concerning piano playing, it is up to you how good of a piano player you are, and no one else.   You become the only person who has a say as to how well you play.
 
Let this book be your first step toward your next piano performance.
 
Scroll up, Click the "Add to Cart" button now, and let the adventure begin with "Piano for Beginners".

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