I can distinctly remember the moment I decided I wanted to learn piano. I was sitting in my sixth grade music class and the teacher asked who wanted to come up to the piano to try playing “Chopsticks.” I rose my hand high in the air, begging to touch that glorious instrument I had been eyeing since the first grade. She picked another kid. A boy whom she said she trusted with her piano since he took piano classes from her.
It was completely unfair.
At Christmas, I asked for a piano. Instead, I got a 12 inch long mini piano. The keys were literally small than my pinky finger. But it was enough. Aided with a clever music learning program called Lenny’s Music Tunes, I learned the basics of piano playing.
Have you ever wanted to learn to play piano?
Has your child been begging you for one or to send him/her to piano lessons?
Learning to play piano on your own is actually quite easy. You don’t need a miserly teacher who won’t let you touch her piano to learn it. All you need is a keyboard or piano, patience, and a little bit of instruction. Instruction is where this book comes in handy:
Lenny’s Music Tunes faded away when Windows 95 was ousted, but this book will make an excellent replacement. On August 26 and 27, Steeplechase, the company behind several learn-to-play instruments books, is offering this book as a FREE Kindle eBook download through Amazon.
What is it?
It is a beginner piano course of 60 lessons that takes you step-by-step through the process of learning to play piano. You get not only an eBook, but free streaming piano-lesson videos. It is designed for beginners (from children to grown-ups) and no music experience is necessary to use the book. Each lesson builds on the previous one in a fun, clear, and easy-to-understand manner.
How do the videos work?
There are 10 Free, Streaming Video Lessons that coincide with the material presented in Little Piano Book. The lesson videos cover playing songs and pieces, piano technique, how to read music, basic music elements and fundamentals, and how to develop good practice habits.
Check out one of the YouTube videos here!
What songs will I learn to play?
You learn how to play the piano and read music through famous songs and pieces. At the end of the book, you will be able to play the following songs and pieces in easy-piano arrangements: “Jingle Bells”, “Scarborough Fair”, “Ode to Joy”, “Amazing Grace”, “When the Saints Go Marching In”, “Yankee Doodle”, “Simple Gifts”, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”, “Michael, Row the Boat Ashore”, “Beethoven 5th Symphony Theme”, “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”, “Love Somebody”, “Kum-Bah-Yah”, etc.
How can I view the Little Piano Book?
This free Kindle eBook can be read on laptop and desktop computers, tablets (like iPads), smart phones, and all Kindle devices.
So what are you waiting for? Learning to play piano has never been more easier or more reasonably priced! The promotion last only until Tuesday, but the book is only priced at $5.95 any other day. That’s a lot less than piano lessons! 🙂
Check it out here and leave a product review!
I am writing this post as part of a promotional for Damon Ferrante of Steeplechase Arts and Productions. As part of this promotional, we are encouraging anyone who views this book to leave a product review under its listing on Amazon. For every review you leave, I earn $2. That’s awesome, I know! But it really helps the company grow. When people search Google and Amazon for a piano book, the reviews will help them make their decision. So, if you check it out, leave a friendly little review and let me know in the comments that you reviewed it and make sure you select “Amazon-Verified Purchase” when writing it!! We greatly appreciate it.