Beginner Keyboard Lesson

A Surprisingly Simple Way To Play The Keyboard Easily

Love the idea of playing music quickly? And playing the current pop songs you hear on the radio?

Yet wondering if you really can master a musical instrument like the keyboard? The whole concept of reading notes, comprehending notes of a song and putting it together on the keyboard may sound too time-consuming.

Yet you can do it all — why not do it the smart way and learn under a professional keyboard teacher?

Benefits of our Keyboard Lessons:

  • Accelerated Program Of Mastering The Keyboard Easily & Quickly
  • Simplifying Chords And Musical Notes, Now Reading Music Can Be Easy
  • Secrets And Tips On Learning The Keyboard Quickly, Making It Fun And Easy
  • Fun And Personalized Keyboard Lessons According To Your Learning Preferences

A Taste of How Easy It is to Start with Keyboard Lessons

Every great keyboardist was once a beginner.

Here are lessons that may help you in learning it easily:

  1. First, learn how to play notes using your right hand.

Learning how to play the keyboard requires exercise using both hands, so we take it one step at a time by starting with only the right hand.

Your fingers represent corresponding keys: the thumb is number one, the index finger as the two, the middle finger three, the ring finger four and the little finger as five.

Keep the sequence in mind because it will help you learn more easily as you progress. Also keep in mind that both your hands will not be playing the same notes so practicing one hand at a time helps you coordinate both hands better.

  1. Next, practice playing on the left hand.

The process is also the same as to the right hand’s. It is necessary to practice both hands separately to be able to easily learn synchronization between both hands.

  1. Third, play the keyboard with both hands.

Now that you have practiced both hands separately, we will now try to play using both hands.

When playing the keyboard, try to keep your eyes on the notes that you are playing and not on your hands because it will only distract you as you play. Play by not looking at the keyboard keys and your hand, and try to select the keys which are right for the note. Do these exercises more often to be able to synchronize both of your hands to play.

  1. Now you have learnt to play with both hands, it’s time to play a song.

Select a song that has easy notes and only uses your left hand for support notes while your right hand carries the main tune on the keyboard.

Play the song over and over again to be able to master it and then select another song and do the same.

Learning how to play the keyboard takes a lot of time and effort. Constant practice and dedication is needed to learn this instrument. Anyone who really spends time and effort can become good at playing this instrument, although it can be time consuming, it is also fulfilling and will be a skill that can bring you many delightful moments in life.

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