Piano Lessons On The Web
Piano Lessons On The Web
Piano Lessons On The Web

If you are looking to learn piano from the beginning or want useful strategies, exercises, pieces, and lessons on how to play the piano, then you are in the right place. Here on the channel, you can find piano and music theory lessons mostly geared towards beginners learning these concepts for the first time. You can learn about playing the piano, music theory, rhythm and a lot of other concepts you need to learn piano.
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  1. author

    ImNova2 jam yang lalu

    Man I know this really isn't on topic but ive been playing piano for 2 weeks and I already have learned 2 songs and sinse I've been playing guitar for 3 years I've also learned perfect pitch which helps me play by ear which I've been doing to learn Naruto ost

  2. author

    Tim French2 jam yang lalu

    Great lesson, Tim!

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    Mark Garnham6 jam yang lalu

    Doesnt work because reading music requires long term memory. The student needs to play lots of simple music until note recognition is instant. Then they can teach themselves the remaining notes until fluent. Sight reading the correct music is how you learn to read fluently. Btw scales are for improvising they are fun if taught correctly...too long, boring sorry.

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    Ashley Whispers7 jam yang lalu

    I can’t thank you enough for explaining this. I will soon get in person lessons but for now I’m trying to use an app and your channel to help me with the basics! Thank youuuuuuuu!

  5. author

    Steve Jones10 jam yang lalu

    Another fantastic video. Thank you!

  6. author

    Maria Ayala14 jam yang lalu

    HEY MEN YOU HAVE TO BE CRAZY IF YOU THINH THAT COURSE IS FOR PRINCIPIANT.

  7. author

    Flukeyy15 jam yang lalu

    Canon in D is medium not beginner

  8. author

    Mark Hezekiah16 jam yang lalu

    Thanks for the lesson. But how can I improve my sight playing speed and accuracy?

  9. author

    markmarz18 jam yang lalu

    Tim, you really deserve a lot more views! Your lessons are excellent, and your attitude is top notch! I've signed up for your entire course, so I put my money where my mouth is; though right now I'm focusing on other resources but will be returning. Good luck, and thanks so much!

  10. author

    BrettWoodPiano18 jam yang lalu

    I've played the piano for 17 years, 10 of those under an instructor with a PhD in piano performance. Why am I watching this

  11. author

    Ariel S21 jam yang lalu

    Thank u for the great lesson!

  12. author

    Kaleb with a K21 jam yang lalu

    I just got a piano keyboard the other day and I've been practicing but I wasn't sure how pianist play so easily. This definitely helped, thank you 😁

  13. author

    Piano Lessons On The Web23 jam yang lalu

    Hey students. I highly recommend you check out this lesson next, it's "Everything You Need to Know About Music Theory". link: idreporter.net/v/video-gOnVfYnVVL0.html

  14. author

    Quick Attack FilmsHari Yang lalu

    I have no idea what major and minor is

  15. author

    GOOD TRENDS 17Hari Yang lalu

    Well.. I learned a lot in synthesia hahaha.. It's not that bad but of course it's not good for beginners.. If you're advanced already, synthesia is kinda good already if you depend on your hearing skills.

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    annawhiteHari Yang lalu

    I was just going to sit down tonight and try to get this all figured out. Thanks so much for this video. You have made it so much easier!

  17. author

    PbPomperHari Yang lalu

    Another tip when figuring out the key (after checking the signature) is to look at the chord (or bass note) in the final bar of the piece. That almost always the same as key.

  18. author

    StudioSjaakHari Yang lalu

    Thanks!

  19. author

    Susanne RaynardHari Yang lalu

    So, do I understand this correctly? Except for the key of F, every key with flats is a flat. I.e., A flat, G flat, etc. it’s hard to describe.

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    Harmony SmurfHari Yang lalu

    great lesson Tim. Here are my shortcuts for the circle of fifths. order of sharps: Father Christmas Gave Dad an Electric Blanket order of flats: (same as yours) BEAD followed by GCF number of sharps in a major key: the clock position on the circle(A major would have three since it is at 3 o'clock) number of flats: mirror image of the sharps clock positions idea What is the relative minor?: Two letters to the left of the major(the minor for E major is C#) order of the modes: I Don't Particularly Like Modes A Lot

  21. author

    Teapot 21Hari Yang lalu

    7:30 I like playing in F major but I always sing in F sharp.

  22. author

    Nate’s piano progressHari Yang lalu

    This is a great lesson. Thanks for posting!

  23. author

    Ako si NnieHari Yang lalu

    Very helpful.

  24. author

    Piano Lessons On The WebHari Yang lalu

    I highly recommend you check out this lesson next. It's "Mastering Minor Key Signatures in One Lesson" idreporter.net/v/video-tZNm-aMzYm0.html

  25. author

    Rolf Geschwind2 hari yang lalu

    Piano is really nice. 💕

  26. author

    Karen Liu2 hari yang lalu

    My biggest road block in learning piano these days is that I want to have a playlist or song book that's just right at my level and fun to play like soundtracks that I'm familiar with, but not too hard for me. I am at a beginner level, can play the Sonatina you referenced. Do you have a playlist or ebook i can buy?

  27. author

    Dawna Robbins2 hari yang lalu

    I love this book and I love your lessons. You're amazingly patient. Thank you so much, you have taught me so much!

  28. author

    Rick Larson2 hari yang lalu

    Excellent lesson! Lee

  29. author

    someways2 hari yang lalu

    thank you for helping me playing :)

  30. author

    Tito Oyos2 hari yang lalu

    Great! should be titled 4 apps because you do not Recommend the Free Music Flash Card.

  31. author

    Khosrow Afshar2 hari yang lalu

    Is 12:44 here Afternoon I be home late

  32. author

    Roger Stace2 hari yang lalu

    what about c2 chords ? 1 2 and 5?

  33. author

    repete 012 hari yang lalu

    Sorry Tim but that description of the Csus2 was inaccurate. Both suspended chords sus4 and sus2 suspend the 3rd. The root is not touched. Your Csus2 should have been CDG not DEG.

  34. author

    James O' Sullivan2 hari yang lalu

    Exactly what I needed to hear right now 👍 brilliant

  35. author

    daniel craig2 hari yang lalu

    remember to be realistic - you must put in a bit of work whatever method you use for learning to play piano I have spent months researching into teaching yourself piano and found a great resource at Turbo Piano Secret (google it if you're interested)

  36. author

    adi bhide2 hari yang lalu

    I have been learning Indian classical type music for a long time with scale changer now I want to change my style to western classical. But I am not able to do that. Like I can write notation in "Sa re ga ma..." easily but when it comes to chords I am having serious problem does anyone have any suggestions? Because of this style my right hand is perfect at playing anything which doesn't include too many chords, I can play basic chords with left hand simultaneously but I don't know how to go further.

  37. author

    Tshedza Mmbi2 hari yang lalu

    nice

  38. author

    Ian Clegg Walsh2 hari yang lalu

    Very instructive..thank you!!

  39. author

    Murthy Vadlamani3 hari yang lalu

    Hi sir

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    Murthy Vadlamani3 hari yang lalu

    Please explain this example once again sir

  41. author

    Skeet’s skeet3 hari yang lalu

    Oof I’ve already done cannon d before watching this on my own, but I want more but it’s harddd

  42. author

    Turbo3 hari yang lalu

    Hey I hope you're still around. I'm a bit curious about when you go through the c major scale with chords. It would seem like you're breaking a rule by not having any of your 3rd / 5ths in those triads to be sharps. I'm wondering why that may be the case. Eg: if I'm going up the c major scale, shouldn't I hit f# when I do the D triad?

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    ryan wachob3 hari yang lalu

    Yep thats why I listen to NPR, not your epic times

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    nrmad3 hari yang lalu

    If anyone is wondering how to memorize all these combinations you don't have to. Instead, learn the major pattern which is tone, tone, semi-tone, tone, tone, tone, semi-tone. A tone is a full step meaning you skip a key whether it be black or white and a semi-tone means the next key whether it be black or white. You start on the key the major scale you want to do is named after and follow this pattern.

  45. author

    FuddyDuddy993 hari yang lalu

    Great Little lesson here Tim !...Thank you for your persistence with us....

  46. author

    Flare foxy3 hari yang lalu

    My class started playing piano today and I'm already started on Playing with both hands but I'm not good at it and this really helped

  47. author

    ShonQ Renee3 hari yang lalu

    😂 tbh Tim you look like you're in your 20s, but then that would mean you've been playing piano since infancy 😂

  48. author

    Slowhand474 hari yang lalu

    You missed the greatest feature of Flowkey: hook it to your digital piano via MIDI, and it will follow your playing in your own speed. This is also what the hand selection is for: it tells Flowkey to wait for only one hand and play the other hand by itself. I agree that it's not ideal as it keeps you from learning sight reading, and I would prefer printed fingering hints as it's sometimes hard to figure that out from the video, but it's nice for learning songs. Quite expensive though.

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    Joseph D'souza4 hari yang lalu

    Thanks for explaining the rythym in a very simple way. God Bless You.

  50. author

    Oscar Stern4 hari yang lalu

    @ssonsOnTheWeb @UCAh-jIhQPq0XVuu3RN4zGaw There are Piano/Vocal/Guitar books available from Hal Leonard which contain various songs arranged for Piano, Vocal, & Guitar in a way where the Right Hand plays the Vocal melody which you can sing with as you play.

  51. author

    Oscar Stern4 hari yang lalu

    @ssonsOnTheWeb @UCAh-jIhQPq0XVuu3RN4zGaw There are Piano/Vocal/Guitar books available from Hal Leonard which contain various songs arranged for Piano, Vocal, & Guitar in a way where the Right Hand plays the Vocal melody which you can sing with as you play.

  52. author

    Oscar Stern4 hari yang lalu

    @ssonsOnTheWeb @UCAh-jIhQPq0XVuu3RN4zGaw There are Piano/Vocal/Guitar books available from Hal Leonard which contain various songs arranged for Piano, Vocal, & Guitar in a way where the Right Hand plays the Vocal melody which you can sing with as you play.

  53. author

    Oscar Stern4 hari yang lalu

    @ssonsOnTheWeb @UCAh-jIhQPq0XVuu3RN4zGaw There are Piano/Vocal/Guitar books available from Hal Leonard which contain various songs arranged for Piano, Vocal, & Guitar in a way where the Right Hand plays the Vocal melody which you can sing with as you play.

  54. author

    KR4ST3L T.4 hari yang lalu

    *learning peaces way above your level, for example für elise* Me: learned it as my first peace in 3 days..... ._.

  55. author

    LarsJ19774 hari yang lalu

    Thanks.

  56. author

    Wolgang Amadeus Mozart4 hari yang lalu

    Anyone else got an simply piano ad?

  57. author

    Olga Marinova4 hari yang lalu

    Wher can I find the sheet music for this?

  58. author

    Samantha Rankins Tinamisan4 hari yang lalu

    Just found you this month, so glad I did. I started piano in 1978 but don't play as well as I feel I should due to dyslexia, etc. Thx for the encouragement you give in your IDreporter channel.

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    Skywalkers 10005 hari yang lalu

    What’s the name of that melody?

  60. author

    BoldCautionProductions5 hari yang lalu

    This looks like a great exercise. As a music student, did you just have to do a lot of this to get really good at shifting/jumping or are there tricks to finding your place quickly? You just do it a lot to train your brain/hand coordination?

  61. author

    Marie-Louise Ericsson5 hari yang lalu

    Hallo Tim! Very good lesson! J have some questions... When I play a melodie in a Minor scale for example Em. How do J know if this melodie is written from a Harmonic or a Melodic scale? Is it importend to know which scale it is when I am playing differents of minor melodies? Can you give me some example of melodies which J can use for my students in practice?

  62. author

    Memesta Grill5 hari yang lalu

    Thanks so much!!

  63. author

    Jordan Livesey5 hari yang lalu

    I have a yamaha psr e463 keyboard which I got two days ago. it comes with 61 full sized touch sensitive keys. over 700 sounds. 235 auto accompaniment styles. USB audio recorder, quick sampling, USB to device terminal, and a USB port. also comes with auxiliary jacks for connecting mp3 players. has some nice drum sounds and for £249 you get some decent features, much better than on the psr e413. you also get live control knobs and an arpedgiator as well so its also a synth. the keys feel nice to play and for the first time in the yamaha psr e range of keyboards you no longer have the education sweet. this keyboard was ment for semiprofessional musicians like me who just want a keyboard to perform on and use with software like fl studio but fl studio is not recommended for a visually impaired person like myself. anyway the intire keyboard has 2 sppeakers on either size with the best sound quality I have herd so far. there is just too much I can say about this keyboard its just so feature ritch for an entry level keyboard

  64. author

    greyztone5 hari yang lalu

    Updated link for Sight Reading Resource 1 - www.belmont.edu/cmpa/music/new-students/keyboard.html

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    BJ Brown5 hari yang lalu

    👋

  66. author

    TenSish5 hari yang lalu

    Now that I can practice scales in contrary motion, thirds and with different rhythms in each hand, I love pacticing scales. Thanks for the tips! ❤️

  67. author

    Karen Loader5 hari yang lalu

    Hi, Tim I really liked the way you hummed over the 16th notes, because as we advance into three and four (Bass, Tenor, Alto and Soprano) parts for me it has been impossible with the addition of 32nd and 64th notes (especially 32nd and 64th grace notes and triplets and sixths and appogiaturas), I never know if these rhythms are correct. Also I physically do not have enough breath to count every single 32nd and 64th notes in tricky arrangements and tricky time signatures like 2/2, 5/4, 9/8 and 12/8, what happens if there is a piece in 16/8 time? Sure appreciate your youtube videos - thank you:) A video on this would be highly appreciated. Also I noticed the difference between how I count 1e+a... compared to your counting in the Allagreto (sorry spelling is wrong) Fugue by humming and yours sounded almost like there was this charming lilt that provided this alluring swing that I can not produce by just counting 1e+a... and I am going to get on the piano and play it along with you and then apply it to a piece in my Bach Fugue book that I have yet to play even a single note from this text and see if I too can copy you (if that is okay. How do you hum through 32nd and 64th notes correctly?

  68. author

    Ray Lo5 hari yang lalu

    Canon in D easy? Maybe for a pro like you. I can think of 100 easier somgs to play!

  69. author

    HanS olo5 hari yang lalu

    "Learn songs at your level" Me: *Learns megalovania as their first song*

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    Mikhail Mikhail5 hari yang lalu

    A lot of chatter, very little use

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    Grace Grace5 hari yang lalu

    You are an excellent teacher, many thanks.

  72. author

    AnnemieM5 hari yang lalu

    Thank you Tim. I have had a few different piano teachers also in music school and NO ONE taught all the very important stuff I have already learned from you just watching a handful of lessons from you. You are a real blessing to me and I know to a lot of other people.

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    George Starr5 hari yang lalu

    I actually have this series and slowly working my way through it. Right now I'm working on my hand independence and counting notes for timing (rhythm) . I found a piece from David Bowie's Labyrinth(the opening intro) that I really like and struggling to get up to speed with both hands. Sometimes it feels like I just don't have the talent, I have to remind myself I've been at this for about 8 months. Thank you for putting these videos up they really inspire me and let me know I'm on the right path to learn.

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    Eduardo Omerović Coello5 hari yang lalu

    Which software are you using for notation with the apple pencil?.

  75. author

    Karen H5 hari yang lalu

    Sorry I missed class yesterday, Tim. Was making the most of Andrew's visit! He enjoyed Friday's class so hoping that he will join us in a subscription to your channel! Really love the notion of the history lessons. Go for it! One note: you were nearly there re Beethoven's custody battle. It actually concerned his nephew, Karl, only child of Beethoven's brother. Beethoven didn't have issue (not unless he had a secret that historians have yet to uncover!).

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    Silas Andersen6 hari yang lalu

    What is the name of the program you use to create the music sheet?

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    Les6 hari yang lalu

    I'm one of the lucky ones. I've been playing by ear for 45 years and I've held down good piano jobs for 30 years without ever needing to get a day job. I think having a very eclectic taste in music and exposing myself to as many different styles and decades have given me a pretty good grounding in theory(even if I can't express what they are in notation form, I am extremely skilled at being able to pick apart every tiny detail of a song in my mind and then translate that to my hands and the keyboard). The clincher? I'm ADHD and my passion is music. That "disorder" gave me the edge at focusing on getting really good at playing piano. Don't get me wrong..it wasn't easy. I spent the first 20 years working very hard by trial and error to locate the notes and chords to learn the songs I wanted to play. I used a tape recorder to play a song a couple bars...rewind...listen again and attempt to play it over and over until I figured out how to do it. In the beginning, it took me months to learn a new song(And this was when I was trying to learn George Winston music since he didn't publish at that time, ear tuning was the only option). Over the years, I learned many different patterns, chords and rhythms that every 1 song learned would show me the way to play an additional 50 songs and now, it doesn't take me much longer than 5 minutes to figure out a new song by ear. However, I'm one of the exceptions. Most people will need to use your lesson ideas to get better. My way worked for me, but I doubt it would work for many others. Good video, my friend. Peace.

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    PeliChan6 hari yang lalu

    ok

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    Lovely Gacha Girl6 hari yang lalu

    Ok so my piano yeah get is pregnant and is in the hospital so I have a substitute piano teacher and since I’ve been playing I expected sheet music that is my levers and I got beginners music... and then this is my friend first times playing and she is in the same class as me and she has the sheet music I’m supposed to be getting!!! I’m never going to learn how to play flats and sharps now :(

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    allnaturalbrown6 hari yang lalu

    You know, I have the book but I will say what I like about your program is that you give us structure, things to practice during the week, and a quiz and such. With the books, I find myself moving on once I successfully complete an exercise but not really knowing what to do on a regular basis which is what you give through your program. I would say the book is a great resource, but I would definitely recommend a structured program.

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    Ringo gg6 hari yang lalu

    Hi Tim, I've been following your channel for quite a long time now and I think you're a pretty awesome teacher, but I got the impression from the internet searching for your paid video reviews that you're not recognized enough beucase I didn't find many of them compared to other channels / online teachers, and in my opinion you really deserve that. I'm hesitating to acquire your paid courses after viewing like 150+ youtube videos but first I have two questions and I hope you don't take them badly! - Do you keep updating the video courses content? For example, does the intermediate pack still receiving new videos? - Along your courses, do you follow a base material book throughout the videos like the alfred's one? Please don't take'em badly, I'm from Argentina where my currency worth nothing and it's actually a lot of money for me, but I wan't to think it's a great investment! (actually aiming for the all courses package). Hope you can answer this message Tim, cheers!

  82. author

    WolfSpider Z6 hari yang lalu

    I've been using the Alfred book for a few weeks now since I can't afford a teacher at this point in time. I can say without a doubt it rocks. It takes you slowly through learning the piano and recognizing notes in the sheet music while also slowly progressing you to moving more across the keys. Also some helpful positioning tips. I've definitely gotten better from using it vs just sheet music and IDreporter. I'd highly recommend it for people self-teaching though a teacher is always a good idea once you can get one.

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    Susanne Raynard6 hari yang lalu

    It seems like there are a lot of Christmas songs. Some people don’t celebrate Christmas. Otherwise the book seems great!

  84. author

    TrainerSam6 hari yang lalu

    Interesting. This is the book my high school uses in piano

  85. author

    Eileen Harrison6 hari yang lalu

    Excellent advice. I have been making nearly all of those mistakes - but NO LONGER! Thank you 😊

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    The SIGHT READING Project6 hari yang lalu

    Thank Tim. It’s great to see inside these books. I look forward to seeing 2 and 3. The first Alfred I came across we’re the ones for kids and they are great too

  87. author

    Ace Hardy6 hari yang lalu

    📙💯

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    Piano Lessons On The Web6 hari yang lalu

    Get the Alfred Adult Level 1 Book Here amzn.to/2qHckMD Disclaimer: This is an affiliate link, meaning I get a percentage of each sale from Amazon.

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    UNBREAKABLE -6 hari yang lalu

    Well, I only have access to a piano once- maybe twice a week.

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    Nalaya Graham7 hari yang lalu

    This was really, really helpful thanks!

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    sad soul7 hari yang lalu

    So glad there are people like you, giving free tutorial on how to play piano. Good job! Pls do know that you are helping a lot to inspire aspiring musicians!

  92. author

    U2WB7 hari yang lalu

    This was very enlightening. Thank you !

  93. author

    Brian Kim7 hari yang lalu

    Awesome lesson!!! You should main pac man in super smash bro’s bro :))

  94. author

    Jakov Kaulitz7 hari yang lalu

    Thank you so much, these are basically all the mistakes I am making. I can already play Für Elise, Marriage triste d'amour, most of the turkish march but I do feel it takes forever to learn... I will follow all you advices, thank you Nice regards from colombia

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    JD7 hari yang lalu

    How do you play a Bach trill when the principal note is preceded by the principle note?

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    Mikal Donta'7 hari yang lalu

    EXTREMELY HELPFUL!!! 💪🏾

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    Th3 DoC7 hari yang lalu

    Tried to smash the like button, now gotta buy a new phone... I'm the best comedian ever :D

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    Kelly L Davis7 hari yang lalu

    Very interesting. Thank you.

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    laale dijaan7 hari yang lalu

    hi mate! i have started watching your videos , really appreciate your lessons. one thing i need to ask i am wanting to buy my own keyboard , cannot afford a piano , with 61 keys one will i be able to follow your or other piano lessons?? please comment

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    sebastiani luna7 hari yang lalu

    What keyboard do you use durning your videos? Is it a midi? Is it weighted? I’m looking for a good electric weighted keyboard, midi or not. I was curious what you prefer!