Piano playing made simple – Keith Jarret

  The first time I heard the music of Keith Jarret I wasn’t sure if I was listening to classical music or jazz. It was in fact a completely improvised piano solo played live in concert. This first piece from the 1975 Koln concert in Germany was the first piece… Continue reading

Beginners piano as it should be played

I was searching the web for some easy classical pieces to include in my soon to be released beginners piano course when I stumbled across this amazing video. This is of the pianist Wilhelm Kempff playing Movement 1 from the famous Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven. This piece is not that… Continue reading

Am I Too Old To Learn The Piano?

There have been a lot of writing to me that have been concerned about being too old to take Piano Lessons For Beginners. People repeatedly inquire how old do you have to be before is becomes too difficult to really get skilled at the piano. This appears to be a… Continue reading

Learn Piano Online

Learn Piano Online for Fast and Easy Lessons Taking piano lessons online has become a popular method to learn piano online. Online lessons have many benefits over hiring a teacher or attending classes offline. If you are someone who is looking to learn to play the piano and you are… Continue reading

Air Piano | Rowan Atkinson’s Piano Mime

Here is an incredible performance of Beethoven’s s Pathetique,  played on an invisible piano by the genius of comedy, Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean). It begins with the opening from the  Pathetique but then in the middle it is seamlessly joined to the final part of the last movement of Beethoven’s… Continue reading

Useful Resourses

Here are some useful links to related resources: Piano.com – The definitive piano player’s site. Piano.com is the ultimate source for locating piano-related information on the Internet.Classical Source – The Classical Source for a comprehensive collection of information and news on classical music subjects including articles, concert and CD reviews.… Continue reading