Have you always dreamed of playing the piano?
Do you wish you could read music and play the songs you love?
Did you quit lessons and now have time to devote to music?
Are you looking for creative new ways to enhance your life and improve your health?
Have you tried ‘overnight’ methods that leave you stuck.
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Learn Music Facts
In this lesson (6) from Your Time to Play, Book One, you will understand the piano notes C and D through a fun, easy to learn performance piece. If you like, go deeper and practice writing the notes and counts on the attached theory worksheet.
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Your Time To Play, Lesson Six
Play Along With The Band
On the repeat join in with the fully orchestrated accompaniment track.
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Lisa Schmidt, MS, CYT, E-RYT, Arizona State University
Frequently Asked Questions
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How long should I practice?
Ten minutes is easy to find but the more difficult task is integrating the new practice element into your daily routine. read more