Adult Piano Lesson Guide for Beginners

This Adult Piano Lesson Guide for Beginners is an amazing piano learning resource written for beginner and early intermediate piano students ages 12 years of age through adult.  Whether you can’t read a note of music or you are already playing some simple melodies, the Adult Piano Lesson Guide is for you!

Adult Piano Lesson Guide for Beginners

The Adult Piano Lesson Guide for Beginners contains an enormous amount of valuable content for beginner piano students.

Here are some examples of Easy Piano Music included in the Adult Piano Lesson guide.

Amazing Grace Easy Piano Video tutorial teaches you how to play Amazing Grace WITHOUT reading music.That means you can learn and play along with the tutorial below right now!

Watch the tutorial above first. Then play along with the video tutorial.  All NOTE NAMES are written in beside each note for EASY LEARNING!  Hundreds of students have learned this very popular piece quickly and easily

The first line example of Amazing Grace Easy Piano Sheet Music with Letter Names is below.

adult piano lesson guide for beginners

This Adult Piano Lesson Guide includes:

How to Read Music Now

How to Read Music Now piano tutorials explain how to read music by distances between notes on the music staff.   Understanding music intervals on the piano keyboard is a great place to begin. First of all, music intervals are the specific distances between two notes on the music staff. So recognizing music intervals is the hugely important key to learning to read music.

How to Count Music

How to Count Music covers the very simple steps in learning how to count music. Start with the Music Note Value Table.  The music note values table explains the musical symbols of the quarter note, half note, dotted quarter note and whole note.  See counting examples to easily understand this simple process.

Piano Finger Exercises

Piano Finger Exercises are easy to learn and many students love playing them just for fun!  Each 2-3 minute video is complete with no music reading skill required!

As you can see, this section is vital to gaining the finger strength, flexibility and coordination necessary to progress.

First, look at this example of an easy to learn NO NEED TO READ MUSIC piano finger exercise:

Easily build layers of finger strength with each video.  Then proceed by simply placing the right hand in the given hand position and imitate what is shown.   The hand position remains the same for most of these piano finger exercises.

Music Note Names

Music Note Names tutorials teach about finding piano keys A, B, C, D, E, F and G on your piano or keyboard.  This short 7 letter sequence repeats itself up and down the entire keyboard.

After this, you can learn treble and bass clef note names with these easy beginner piano pieces with letter names in the notes. Quickly learn to play some simple piano arrangements in the key of C.major.  Especially relevant are favorites including popular titles such as Ode to Joy and How Great Thou Art.

Piano Tutorials Beginner Students

Piano Tutorials Beginner Students include the read nuts and bolts of all areas in learning to read music and play the piano successfully.

You will love the detailed demonstrations and explanation for well know piano classics such as easy piano Fur Elise.  Each tutorial includes a full demonstration, practice tips and printable sheet music.

Easy Piano Music

Easy Piano Music arrangements of your classic favorites such as  Love Me Tender, Fur Elise, The Can Can, Ode to Joy, Canon in D and Happy Birthday and many more titles are available in abundance.

Piano Lesson Guide Music Links

Beginner Piano Lessons

Easy Piano Music

Piano Scales

Piano Tutorials Beginner Students

2 thoughts on “Adult Piano Lesson Guide for Beginners

  1. I plan on acquiring an AKAI 25-note USB keyboard to link with my laptop in order to learn to play my GrandOrgue VPO setup (3 Manuals and 25 Pedals) I just finished building. My wife wants me to take lessons and get beyond “playing by ear”, always in F# (??) all black keys. At age 78 I don’t expect virtuosity! I rebelled as a kid against my dear Mother’s piano lessons. She was wonderful – studied and taught piano at the Philadelphia Conservatory.

    A friend back in New Jersey recommended your site and I shall give it a try. I am spoiled with a good ear for music and the ability to electronically transpose on my VPO instrument. I found a downloadable Baldwin MIDI Grand for my laptop and will use it when going through your lessons. Thank you for your dedication to teach us how to enjoy God’s gift of Music!

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