How to play Piano?
Learning to play the piano can be a fun and rewarding experience for everyone, whether one is a complete beginner or has some experience in music. This video course is designed to help you develop the skills you need to play the piano and make the process as comfortable, logical, and professional as possible.
With step-by-step instructions, clear demonstrations, and helpful tips, you will be able to learn and play the following pieces:
1. “Freude schöner Götterfunken” by Ludwig van Beethoven.
2. “Banaha,” a traditional Congolese folk song.
3. “Hansel and Gretel,” a classic German folk song.
4. “Happy Birthday to You,” a well-known birthday song.
5. “Für Elise” is one of Beethoven’s most famous works in a simplified version.
All works are arranged by D. Karimov.
The selection of musical works is based on a variety of genres. Arranged in order of difficulty, which helps evenly and step by step to master the information.
Starting with simple folk songs and popular melodies, you will gradually learn more complex pieces that require a higher level of technique and musical understanding. At the same time, you’ll master hand coordination, rhythm, and other important aspects.
The course covers various topics such as finger placement, keyboard layout, exercises, and the basics of improvisation.
In addition to practical exercises, the course also covers basic improvisation techniques to help you develop your creativity and explore your own musical style.
Each piece is accompanied by a detailed PDF file with fingering, exercises, and additional information to help you learn. All practice exercises have been developed based on the instructor’s experience in teaching piano to students of different education levels, ages, and technical backgrounds.
Learning to play the piano can be a fulfilling and enriching experience, bringing a lifetime of joy and satisfaction. With our video course, you can start your journey to mastering the piano and discovering your musical abilities at your own pace from anywhere in the world. Work on your piano skills from the comfort of your own home, whenever it’s convenient for you.
I wish you patience, motivation and success!