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Piano Technique


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About Piano Technique

This is a course is taught by 2 highly ranked Amazon authors. Bill Hilton leades a beginner course instructed in an enjoyable manner. And a second part focusing on material by Damon Ferrante with "Piano Technique".

Beginners Piano; Have you ever wanted to play the piano? This series of tutorials will help! Starting with finding the notes on the piano keyboard and learning their names, the series progresses through the basics of learning how to read music for right and left hand and hands together, through the basics of good technique, piano scales (and why they're cool and useful, despite what you may have heard) and a bunch of pieces of steadily increasing difficulty. Each tutorial can be watched at the piano keyboard, and comes with a free downloadable PDF containing all the information, notes and scores you need for that particular lesson.

Piano Technique; Course is all that you will ever need to learn piano chords, scales, arpeggios, and basic music theory .Step-By-Step Guide for Beginner to Advanced Levels.

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Damon Ferrante

Widely regarded among professional musicians, teachers, and students for his books' power to inspire a deeper understanding and passion for music, Damon Ferrante is a composer, guitarist, and professor of piano studies and music theory. He is the recipient of Longwood University's prestigious Simkins Award for his extraordinary achievements and contribution to music education and culture. Damon has taught on the music faculties of Seton Hall University and Montclair State University. For over 25 years, Damon has taught guitar, piano, composition, and music theory.

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Bill Hilton

YouTuber with piano tutorial channel with over 220,000 subscribers. Music Author, publishing operation that supports adult piano learners.

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