Amazing Piano!
The Complete Piano Learning System
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Lesson #1 - Right Hand Notes
C Hand Position

How To Succeed At Piano

The key to success is to learn a little bit every day, which is why you get 3 new lessons every week, and 12 new lessons every month.

  • A little bit every day adds up to a little bit more each week - and a little bit more each week adds up to a noticeable amount each month -- and a noticeable amount each month adds up to a huge accomplishment at the end of the year.

These first few lessons will gently ease you in to a steady regimen. By the time you get to Lesson 11, you'll be knocking out 3 videos a day.

Your Instructor

Another way to succeed at piano is to listen to piano covers of songs that you really want to play.

  • I have uploaded short audio excerpts of pop hits from the 70's up until present day to help you stay motivated.

Click the audio icon below to hear a few more simple piano arrangements using basic techniques of chord style piano.

The Music Staff

In Western musical notation, the music staff or stave is a set of five horizontal lines and four spaces, each representing a different musical pitch. Each pitch is indicated by one of seven letter names. (see illustration below)

The Treble Clef

The symbol to the left is called a treble clef. This symbol is normally placed on the top staff in a grand staff. (see image in Step 3 below) This symbol is typically associated with notes played with your right hand.

The Grand Staff

The grand staff, (also know as the Grand Stave), is made up of two staves. The upper stave typically displays music notes for the right hand, and the bottom stave typically displays music notes for the left hand.

Overhead Keyboard View

Click the play button for the video directly below to see and hear the right hand melody to exercise 1.

Watch the video as many times as necessary. When you're ready, go to your piano or keyboard and try playing the right-hand notes.

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