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Using the Pedals

Are you aware that even before the electric guitar came  into play, the piano was already making use of effects pedals to modify the sound quality of the music produced from the strings. For majority of modern pianos, there are two to three pedals, where each plays a...

Hand Practice

There are quite a number of piano compositions that require you to play one rhythm with one hand and another with your other hand. Most of the time, your left hand will usually be playing low, backing notes, whereas your right hand tends to pick out a higher melody....

Studying Music Sheet

When one first start to read music sheets, it might be quite a challenge. However, with the help of a teacher or a useful guidebook along with some practice, most individuals tend to pick up the basics within just a couple of weeks. By having the ability to read music...

Scales and Harmony

If you want to play scales, you can begin with the pinky C of your left hand. From there, you can move your way to the thumb C of your right hand. Remember to play each of the white keys in order. Upon arriving at your left thumb, stretch it to play the next note up...

Keyboard and Notes

Before you even start to learn chords or songs, it is essential to first learn about the keyboard. The piano keyboard actually repeats its notes from top to bottom across several octaves. In other words, the notes change from low (left side) to high (right side),...

Posture and Hand Position

Before one even begins to play the piano, they should ensure that their sitting posture is set up and aligned properly. First, sit on your piano bench with your music books placed on the sill of the piano, which is above the keyboard area. Then, point your forearms...
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