Start out your beginner piano finger exercises for treble and bass clef notes with some really productive right hand finger exercises. These treble clef piano finger exercises will focus on the C-D-E white key groups and also on the F-G-A-B white key groups.
Once you have watched the piano video tutorials for each of these white key groups then simply play along with the video 2-3 times.
1. Memorize the location of treble clef C, D and E in the middle of your piano keyboard. Be able to recognize the location of all the other C, D, E groups on the keyboard (located directly beneath each two black note group). Play each of the treble clef note piano finger exercises.
2. Practice the C, D and E music note names both moving forward and moving backward in the musical alphabet . Then you will begin to understand the HIGH and LOW concepts on the piano keyboard.
Best Way to Learn Piano
This is the best way to learn piano. Be sure to say the letter names aloud as you practice each of the above exercises. You will become comfortable with
the musical alphabet both going up and coming down.
For example, saying C-D-E-F-G smoothly is easy. However saying and playing G-F-E-D-C smoothly takes a little more practice.
If you are a complete beginner at the piano keyboard then please start your piano training with the Black Key Note Group Study for best results. Then go back and review the C, D, E and F, G, A, B piano finger exercises mentioned in the above paragraphs and it will make more sense.
Be aware that if you are playing an electric keyboard instead of an acoustic piano it makes absolutely no difference. The order of the two and three black note groups are identical and so are the white key C, D, E and F, G, A, B groups located beneath the black keys.
Piano Finger Exercise
After viewing the piano video tutorial for this piano finger exercise you will understand several things. Most of the note names have been left out. Now you can begin playing the left hand music notation through simple STEP and SKIP music interval reading.
For more information on reading music by interval (or distance) please go to Music Interval Basics.
How To Learn To Play Piano
Want to know what is next in learning how to learn to play piano? Now that you are proficient with playing both treble clef and bass clef CDE and FGAB note group piano finger exercises, you may be ready for some easy piano sheet music.
Find 15 free beginner piano sheet music pieces to print out here.
Also, if you need a review of the music note value table you should revisit this page.