Piano From Zero To Independence: Step-By-Step Complete Class


Piano From Zero To Independence: Step-By-Step Complete Class

Piano From Zero To Independence: Step-By-Step Complete Class
Published 4/2024
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English

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| Duration: 1h 12m
Piano Mastery: Journey from Novice to Virtuoso

What you'll learn

What piano gear to avoid buying and what is good enough

Finger numbering

Get to know your keyboard

Proper body and finger posture and correct height when playing

C major scale

Essential finger articulation exercise

Chromatic scale (play all the keys in sequence)

Reading sheets 1: Clefs and reading notes

Reading sheets 2: Symbols and rhythm exercises

Reading sheets 3: Other in depth symbols

Chords

D major scale

How to prepare to practice for longer pieces

Gymnopédie No.1 (Left hand)

Gymnopédie No.1 (Right hand)

Gymnopédie No.1 (Both hands)

How to properly use the pedal (most do it wrong)

1 book recommendation for life

Self evaluation techniques

Requirements

A pillow at least (if a piano keyboard is not available). Most of the class, finger exercises and music theory can be learned with a pillow!

Description

This class we are starting from zero, from no music knowledge to independence! Being able at the end of this course to print, read and learn a new piece all by yourself.All you need for this course is:Minimum requirement: A pillow (I'm serious, most of the course, theory and finger exercises can be practiced with it).Medium requirement: A keyboard (any size) with no pedal.Optimal: Any keyboard with a sustain pedal (if you don't have it, it's completely fine).What are we going to learn:Which piano gear to avoid buying and what is good enough.Finger numbering.Get to know your keyboard.Proper body and finger posture and correct height when playing.C major scale.Essential finger articulation exercise.Chromatic scale (play all the keys in sequence).Reading sheets 1: Clefs and reading notes.Reading sheets 2: Symbols and rhythm exercises.Reading sheets 3: Other in depth symbols.Chords.D major scale.How to prepare to practice for longer pieces.Gymnopédie No.1 (Left hand).Gymnopédie No.1 (Right hand).Gymnopédie No.1 (Both hands).How to properly use the pedal (most do it wrong).One book recommendation for life.Self evaluation techniques.About me:My name is Edi, and I've been immersed in the world of piano since childhood. Guided by exceptional mentors at the prestigious Music School of the National Conservatory in Portugal, I've refined my skills and progressed through various levels. Now, I'm excited to share my knowledge through engaging and animated easy to follow piano lessons.I want you to know that I personally uploaded everything you will need to use in terms of sheets here in this section. They come from famous books to help you train your finger movement and before learning Gymnopédie No.1, we will go through some basic songs to familiarize yourself with the techniques you'll learn.So rest assured that you don't need to buy any books or look for the sheets online. Everything is here.Important reminder:This course includes everything you need to learn to be able to be an independent learner. However, do take your time between chapters to fully practice by parts. Going through the whole course in 1 sitting would be in my opinion too much for a complete beginner. Good luck!Files included:Basic sheet.pdf (To use after learning how to read music sheets).C major.pdf (To use in the C major lesson).D major.pdf (To use in the D major lesson).Gymnopédie No.1 (Easy version).pdf (In case the original is too hard, for now you can practice this one, but I really recommend the other ones).Gymnopédie No.1 (Verona).pdf (This is the sheet I used in class from Verona).Gymnopédie No.1 (Edi Liang).pdf (My edited version from Verona, simplifying some chords without taking away any beauty from the piece). I recommend learning from this one.Gymnopédie No.1 (with my hand written notes).pdf (In case it interests you what notes I write, usually just parts I struggle more).Hanon finger articulation exercise.pdf (To be used in the finger articulation exercise lesson)

Overview

Section 1: Let's start our piano journey!

Lecture 1 Let's talk about gear and mistakes to avoid

Lecture 2 Finger numbering

Lecture 3 Get to know your keyboard

Lecture 4 Correct body and finger posture

Section 2: Let's play!

Lecture 5 C major scale

Lecture 6 Essential finger articulation exercise

Lecture 7 Chromatic scale

Section 3: Music theory

Lecture 8 Clefs and reading music notes

Lecture 9 Musical symbols and rhythm exercises

Lecture 10 Remaining musical symbols

Section 4: Let's read and play!

Lecture 11 Read and learn your first piece

Lecture 12 Chords

Lecture 13 D major scale

Section 5: Let's learn Gymnopédie No.1

Lecture 14 How to prepare to practice longer songs

Lecture 15 Gymnopédie No.1 (Left hand)

Lecture 16 Gymnopédie No.1 (Right hand)

Lecture 17 How to correctly use the pedals

Lecture 18 Gymnopédie No.1 (Both hands)

Section 6: What now? And recommendations for the future.

Lecture 19 1 Book recommendation for life

Lecture 20 More learnings: left and right hand advanced tip

Lecture 21 Self evaluation techniques and outro

Beginner piano players,Piano players who want to learn new pieces independently,Interested piano learners who want to first try it without searching first for a local piano teacher








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