Have you ever wanted an easy way to remember the names of the keys on the piano?
Have you ever wanted to be able to read a note in printed music and find it quickly on the piano? Even if you don’t play piano, it’s helpful to know the names of the keys to find a starting pitch or tune another instrument.
I want to show you a method for remembering the names of the keys that is so silly it might make you giggle, but it will make them so easy to remember that you might never forget.
And then I want to show you the best method of reading notes on the staff – a method much better than the little sayings for lines and spaces. The method I want to show you is based on how good sight readers actually read, and it will jump start your music reading ability and set you up to take your reading skills to the next level.
This course will not teach you how to play the piano or how to sight read fluently (although it will get you off to a great start!). It is for learning the names of the keys and finding notes on the staff. However, first impressions are everything and the reading method I teach in this course will set you on track to become a fluent sight reader. At the end of this course you will know all the keys on the piano and be able to recognize those keys in written music.
Want to know more? Check out my intro video and start your journey with Name that Key!