Piano Finger Exercises for Beginners

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Piano Finger Exercises for BeginnersBeginner piano students of all ages can quickly and easily play these piano finger exercises to develop finger independence and strength.



Both kids and piano students over age 12 can benefit from these exercises either hands separately or hands together.




Perk Up Your Piano Fingers With These 10 Free Videos

Perk up your piano fingers with these 10 free videos.  Do your piano fingers feel uncoordinated when you try to play notes hands together on your keyboard?



Perk Up Your Piano Fingers With These 10 Free Videos

Improve your finger strength quickly and easily in only spend 10 minutes a day.Perk Up Your Piano Fingers With These 10 Free Videos

These really fun and easy piano finger exercises are a breeze to learn in a few minutes WITHOUT reading music.

Then continue building your piano finger strength with these free beginner piano finger exercise videos.

1. Piano Finger Exercise Strengthens 4th, 5th Fingers RH, 1st, 2nd Fingers LH

2. Piano Finger Exercise Strengthens 3rd, 4th Fingers RH, 2nd, 3rd Fingers LH

 

Piano Practice HOT Tips

Hot Tip!  Do a quick music note value review or refresh your memory on how to count music first..

1.  The number one tip of the most important piano practice tips is to learn one new piano exercise daily and master it.

2.  Practice the first exercise with right hand only five times, then left hand only 5 times, then hands together 5 times.Perk Up Your Piano Fingers With These 10 Free Videos

3.  Each day following play the exercise you have already learned 10 times hands together, then repeat steps 1 and 2.

Get your piano fingers flying even faster with these Christmas Piano Music videos.




3 Proven Ways to Make Your Left Hand Stronger at the Piano

3 Proven Ways to Make Your Left Hand Stronger at the Piano are listed below.  Don’t underestimate the value and effectiveness of using the tabletop piano technique on a daily basis when you cannot be near your piano or keyboard to practice.




If you are right handed and find that your left hand just needs a little more exercise to catch up, then you will definitely benefit from the following 3 PROVEN piano finger techniques for the left hand.

 

Tabletop Piano Technique

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Did you know that you can still practice left hand technique without being near your piano or keyboard? This is entirely possible and effective with the tabletop piano technique.

Simply sit down facing a flat surface such as a table top or kitchen counter. Then place your left hand on that surface and follow the 3 fingering patterns below repeating 10 times daily.

 

VERY IMPORTANT TIP!  Play on Finger Tips to maximize your muscle building..

#1.  5   4   3   2   1   2   3   4   5 
(After hitting finger number 1 above simply keep going on with 2, 3, 4, 5 without pausing)

#2.  5   3   4   2   3   1   3   2   4   3   5

#3.  5  1  4  1  3  1  2  1  2  1  3  1  4  1  5

 

Piano Finger Exercises Learned by Watching Short Videos

(no need to read music on these)

Each of these 5 short and easy piano finger exercises learned with video tutorials are extremely effective.

The video starts off each exercise with the right hand and then adds the left. Simply play the left hand only the first 3 times you play along with the video.  THEN add the right hand for double the muscle benefit.

Take a quick look at the first video tutorial below to see how these work.  Short, fun and easy to play without reading music!

 




Does Your Left Hand Need Help on the Piano?

Does Your Left Hand Need Help on the Piano?

Ask yourself this question:  Does your left hand need help on the piano?  This page nails down solid left hand piano technique.




Many of my piano students comment on how their left hand does not cooperate while playing hands together. This is normal when you are just beginning on the piano or keyboard.

If this is you then you need to know that just a few simple left hand exercises for 10 minutes a day can really pay off in as little as one week.

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After you have completed the first one, be sure to check out the other links below to access 5 other very easy exercises learned by video.  You don’t even have to be able to read music to benefit from them.

Piano Finger Exercises for the Left Hand

Left Hand Piano Finger Exercise using Bass C, D, E, F and G

Easy Piano Finger Exercises

5 Short and Easy Piano Finger Exercises Learned with Video Tutorial

 

 

 




Top 5 Piano Finger Exercises Needed for Building Strength

These Top 5 Piano Finger Exercises Needed for Building Strength are very short, easy and fun to learn.  And you won’t even have to purchase any music to learn them.



Simply click on the video links below for a detailed piano video tutorial on each finger exercise.  Most exercises can be learned in about two minutes!

To gain the maximum benefit, try to play on the tips on your fingers instead of on your finger pads.  Keep your shoulders, arms and wrists relaxed and simply draw your finger tips toward yourself to assume the correct hand and finger position.

Top 5 Piano Finger Exercises Needed for Building StrengthTop 5 Piano Finger Exercises Needed for Building Strength

Piano Finger Exercise #7 in C Minor Below in the Video Tutorial

Practice Tips:

  1.  First of all place both hands in the C Hand Position.  Then place the third fingers of both hands on E flat to create the c minor Hand Position.


6. Piano Finger Exercise #1

7. Piano Finger Exercise #7 in C Minor (see piano video tutorial above for details)

8.Piano Finger Exercise #2

9.Piano Finger Exercise #3

10.Piano Finger Exercise #4

Continue your piano finger study and view piano finger exercises #1 through #5 here.

Piano Finger Exercise Links:

Easy Piano Finger Exercises With Note Names