Welcome to Adult Piano Lessons. Th wonderful world of music is now within your reach. Have you always dreamed of being able to learn how to play the piano or keyboard?You are in the right place to experience quick success.
Follow these adult piano lesson tips for quick success. This is not rocket science but it does take a genuine commitment on your part to devote at least 20-30 minutes a day to this endeavor in order to make progress. Take out your calendar and schedule those minutes during a convenient time for you and then STICK WITH IT!
The Adult Piano Lesson Beginner Course has been written with the intention of going straight through it, one chapter building on the next. Now that you have laid the groundwork for your plan, let us begin! Find more detailed information here.
Before we begin our piano course, take a moment to learn a very short piano history of keyboard instruments. You have begun a journey that will last the rest of your lifetime.You are also participating in a very important cultural aspect from around the world which has been going on for centuries.
Did you know that pianos in some form have been around for over 500 years? Some of the first instruments of this kind were called clavichords. They had a very light, metallic sound because the small hand-pounded ‘hammers’ were made of very light weight metal-like material.
These hammers struck strings of varying lengths to create different tones or pitches.
The next cousin to the clavichord was the harpsichord invented by Cristofori in Italy around 1450 A.D. This keyboard instrument had a mechanism in it called the plecktrum which ‘plucked’ the strings and produced a slightly stronger sound than its predecessor.
Whether you are playing an acoustic instrument, which is the closest relative to the history just mentioned, or an electronic keyboard, you are now participating in a centuries old musical art form.
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