True Piano Lessons Blog

The True Piano Lessons Blog will keep you informed of changes and additions made to the website.

As new concepts for learning and teaching piano are added, you will know. Keep up with the growing resources this website will continue to offer.

For a more complete understanding of how to build your piano-playing foundation,  read

"Piano Player... You".

For the most direct, organized, and progressive path to learning to play the piano, start

the Piano Skills Foundation series of piano lessons.

Learning Piano

Begin learning piano with a series of familiar tunes and easy exercises. Videos and written instructions and music included.

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Play Piano Online

Learn to play piano online with a plan for beginners including tunes, exercises, music reading, and piano pieces. Instructions and video tutorials included.

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Learn To Play Piano

Learn to play piano by building a solid foundation of piano-playing skills.

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Learn to play cadences in all major and minor keys on the piano.

Continue reading "Cadences"

Piano Music For Beginners

A helpful approach to piano music for beginners. Enjoy learning familiar tunes with the help from video tutorials. Music provided in notation and tab.

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Chicken Dance

Learn and memorize the Chicken Dance on the piano. This is a fun mid-elementary level piece for growing piano players.

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Moonlight Sonata

Learn and memorize Beethoven's the 1st movement of Moonlight Sonata. Music and video tutorials provided.

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The Entertainer

Learn and memorize Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" (the original version) on the piano, 2 & 4 measures at a time, right-hand, left-hand, both.

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Bach Minuet In G

Learn & memorize Bach Minuet In G on the piano.

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Burlesque For Piano

Learn to play Burlesque three ways: with chords, alberti bass, and walking octaves.

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Serious about playing the piano?

Read Piano Player... You

A guide to building a solid and complete piano-playing foundation.

-Click here to learn more about this e-book-

Looking for some piano music?

I have found Sheet Music Plus to be a fantastic resource for piano books & other materials.  And they have instant digital downloads for thousands of individual pieces.

Need A Metronome?

Here's the metronome I prefer to use for practicing the piano:

Seiko Sq50-V Quartz Metronome

(Clicking on the picture will take you to the "Musician's Friend" website. A new window will open.)

3 Ways To Support This Website

If you enjoy using and would like to help support it:

1. Buy the ebook, "Piano Player... You"

2. Purchase "Piano Skills Foundation"