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How to Read Sheet Music on the Piano

How to Read Sheet Music on the Piano: Video Course (Free)

You can learn how to read sheet music in less than a day!

play the piano from sheet music

If you can read words, you can read music.

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Imagine what it would feel like to be able to pick up any song sheet, and play the tune on the piano.

If you've ever felt the desire to be able to read piano music, but have been put off by the thought of formal music lessons, cost or time issues, then here is the answer: take piano lessons online!

In this short video course, you'll learn the basics of how to make sense of all those dots and squiggles and turn them into a piano tune. 

Designed for the absolute beginner, in a matter of hours you'll be able to pick out a tune on your keyboard. You'll discover:

  • What the different note shapes mean
  • How to count out time
  • How to work out which key on the piano to press
  • How to work out how long each note should be held for
  • How to understand the navigation of a piece of music - symbols that tell you to repeat from the start or elsewhere
  • How to play well known songs, including Scarborough Fair
  • How to read sheet music to play any other songs.

Taking piano lessons online is a perfect solution for busy students of any age - take your lessons at a time which is convenient for you!


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