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Tips on Reading Music, for Piano Beginners

Unless you are going to learn to play the piano by ear, being able to read music well is an...
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Why Adults Benefit From Learning The Piano

I cannot tell you the number of times I have come across adults wishing they could play the...
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Sight Reading

Sight-Reading by Frederick Scott ‘…the sight of the notes will at once induce the fingers to...
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Student-Centred Learning: a personal story

As a singer, teacher and mother of two young, colourful, independent and creative children I...

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  • An Abstract On Beethoven

    Rory Dowse Classical Piano Teacher (Manchester) Picture Abstract for 15th Annual Conference of the Society of Musicology in Ireland The codas of keyboard variations written from the mid- to late-eighteenth century show striking developmental leaps in formal complexity. Studies of Beethoven's codas have nonetheless been largely neglected, as Joseph...
  • Personal Musical Memories: The Love Of A Lifetime

    Julian Larkin Classical Piano Teacher (Ipswich) Picture I was quite a late starter to the piano. Before that, my love of music was formed in early infancy by BBC radio's daily "Listen with Mother": I would sing all the familiar nursery rhymes while swinging to and fro in time to each song on my rocking horse. One of my earliest memories is of a day...
  • Advice On Exams And Musical Training

    Elizabeth Whitehead Classical Piano Teacher (West London) Picture I would recommend that the starting age for a child to learn music is at youngest 3, but I would usually suggest 4 or 5. A lesson needs to be worth while or else it is a waste of everyone's time and lots of younger children cannot concentrate for a long period of time. I also suggest that your...

 

  • Is it ever too late to learn to play the piano?

    Polly Hewett Classical Piano Teacher (East Central London) Picture Is it ever too late to learn to play the piano? Or to learn to sing? Of course not! The most important aspect of learning an instrument as an adult is your enthusiasm and commitment to learning, not your age. Whilst some children may feel coerced into taking music lessons, adults have a huge...
  • Music Students Should... Play Music! Editor's Pick

    Christopher Preece Classical Piano Teacher (East London) Picture "Music Students Should... Play Music!" or "Why Teacher Should Pipe Down" As a music enthusiast (it is unfortunately both my job and my main hobby...), I could talk all day about music. Most music teachers spend lots of their time thinking about it. We can easily get caught trying to EXPLAIN it....
  • Do I Need Talent To Learn An Instrument?

    Marina Griffiths Classical Piano Teacher (Cardiff) Picture "You must have a talent to start learning a musical instrument, otherwise it is a waste of time". I have heard some people say time and time again. In my professional teaching experience I have had pupils from all kinds of backgrounds, all ages and abilities but I never met anyone who did not...