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Piano Lessons

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Free Online Piano Course by Jaak Sikk

October 17, 2011 -- Submitted by Jaak, a teacher from Tallinn, Estonia, who is affiliated with the site.

Jaak Sikk’s Online Piano Course for beginners is an online community for people who want to learn the piano, share their journey with other piano students and get individual study help from a professional piano teacher. Great for parents who want to teach their children.


Play the Piano

September 6, 2011 -- Submitted by Maria, a teacher from Thessaloniki, Greece, who is affiliated with the site.

A friendly site with piano and music theory lessons, tips, techniques and resources for beginner pianists of all ages.

Play The Piano

January 31, 2011 -- Submitted by Pianotanten, a teacher from Greece, who is affiliated with the site.

On this site you will find free piano lessons for beginners, videos about piano playing as well as music theory explained easily. Free classical sheet music, staff paper and more. A friendly site for beginner pianists.

How 2 Read Music

October 12, 2009 -- From Gerrit, a reader, from Eefde, Netherlands, who is affiliated with the site.

Www.how2readmusic.com, eyes and ears for music, is a new website for learning to read music through the use of fun games, theory chapters and self-tests. Music students or anyone interested in learning to read music can use the games in How2readmusic to train their ears and mind through melodic and rhythmic dictation, and exercises in reading and writing music notation.

Rhythmic and Melodic dictation games allow students to become familiar with music notation, while the very user-friendly composing program gives students a chance to try their hand at composing!

The chapters on Music Theory cover all the basic information that a student can learn without the trained ear of a teacher present. Music Teachers can use How2readmusic.com as a resource that their students can use to practice elements of theory outside of precious lesson time.

The program even comes with a monitoring and guidance system that teachers can use to give assignments and follow their students’ progress from week to week! Most importantly, the students can have fun while playfully learning the fundamentals of music!

Free Easy Piano Lessons

October 30, 2008 -- From 88keyz, a teacher, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Free online piano lessons for all ages and levels, presented in a fun and encouraging fashion.

Free Online Piano Lessons

July 22, 2007 -- From John, a reader, from Terrell, Texas, who is affiliated with the site.

Provides lessons for the beginner piano player. Learn piano scales, piano chords, 12 bar “blues” progressions, basic music theory and more. All for FREE!

SCORES 4 FREE

June 26, 2007 -- From Scores4free, a reader, from Paris, France, who is not affiliated with the site.

Download free piano scores. You can also listen audio extracts while previewing scores and downloading midifiles.

Play Piano

August 24, 2006 -- From Duane, a teacher, from Oregon, who is affiliated with the site.

Lots of course for adults, but also a free weekly newsletter on chords and chord progressions.

Learn to Play Piano

May 4, 2002 -- From Erika, a reader from Elma, Washington, who is not affiliated with the site

I never played before and I learned ALOT in a short time at my own pace.

Ugga Ugga

December 12, 2000 -- From Lisa Day, a parent from USA who is affiliated with the site

UGGA UGGA’S free music-making and video-editing suites allows the creation of their own music and animated videos. No experience necessary. Kids Rock National Challenge takes learning music to a new level. Prizes include musical instruments with lessons and state-of-the-art Think Pad from IBM.