TeacherDr. Steve Warner is a mathematician and test prep expert who has been tutoring students in mathematics for standardized tests since 1999. During this time Dr. Warner has used the feedback from thousands of students to develop a unique system that can... View Profile
- Total Time 1 hr, 17 min
- Lessons 11
- Exercises 19
11 Lessons in This Course
13 minFREEPiano lesson 1Free7 CQ
It’s one of Beethoven’s most popular compositions, most often heard on the piano: Für Elise. Learn how to play this classical piece starting with this lesson.
3 minPiano lesson 22 CQ
Learning how to play beautiful and classical tunes on the piano? In this lesson, continue learning how to play the first movement of Für Elise.
10 minPiano lesson 36 CQ
The first movement of Für Elise is almost over. In this beginning piano lesson, learn how to play the third part of the first movement of this Beethoven piece.
7 minPiano lesson 44 CQ
Time for seconds! In this beginner piano lesson, Dr. Steve demonstrates how to play the first part of the second movement of Beethoven’s Für Elise.
4 minPiano lesson 53 CQ
Keep on keepin’ on! In this beginner piano lesson, Dr. Steve demonstrates how to play the second part of the second movement of Beethoven’s Für Elise.
6 minPiano lesson 64 CQ
Pick up the pace in this beginner piano lesson! Dr. Steve continues teaching how to play the second movement of Beethoven’s classic Für Elise.
12 minPiano lesson 77 CQ
It’s the fourth-part finale! To the second movement of Für Elise, that is. In this piano lesson, learn how to finish the second movement of Beethoven’s classic.
2 minPiano lesson 82 CQ
Add some drama to the mix by learning how to play the first part of the third movement of Beethoven’s Für Elise in this piano lesson from Dr. Steve!
3 minPiano lesson 92 CQ
You’re almost a mad pianist! In this beginner piano lesson, learn how to play the second part of the third movement of Beethoven’s piano piece, Für Elise.
4 minPiano lesson 103 CQ
Maintain the drama with this beginner piano lesson! Dr. Steve continues teaching how to play the third movement of Beethoven’s classical Für Elise.
7 minPiano lesson 114 CQ
You’re just about finished learning how to play one of Beethoven’s most popular pieces: Für Elise. Learn how to play the last part of the third movement.
2 minFREEPiano lessonFree2 CQ
Watch Steve Warner perform Fur Elise to get an idea of the song's structure before beginning the first lesson.
2 minFREEMath lessonFree2 CQ
Changing averages to sums is a very valuable SAT strategy. In this lesson, learn about flipping around the conventional formula to improve your score!
4 minMath lesson3 CQ
Would you believe that starting with choice C on SAT problems is a winning strategy? In this lesson, learn a simple strategy for improving your SAT math score!
3 minMath lesson2 CQ
If you know about choosing choice C on SAT math problems, try this lesson to learn when following intuition and plugging in is a better way to find the answer!
10 minMath lesson6 CQ
Are you familiar with arithmetic sequences? In this ACT prep lesson, learn how to determine the common difference and find numbers within the sequence.
10151 min10-part Piano course81 CQ
Is your piano playing skill past beginner, but not yet advanced? In this intermediate piano course, equip yourself with piano techniques that will take your piano playing to the next level!
1177 min11-part Piano course44 CQ
You’ve heard it before—it’s one of Beethoven’s most popular songs, usually played on the piano: Für Elise. Learn how to play it on the piano and swoon your lover with beautiful, classical music!
554 min5-part Music Theory course30 CQ
Develop improvisational techniques that work beautifully with hymns. Begin with scales and progressions and develop improvisational techniques to spice up piano and organ accompaniment.
869 min8-part Piano course39 CQ
If you have a piano at home that's sounding out of tune, there's no need to hire a professional tuner. Join in on this piano tuning course and learn what tools you need and how to do it yourself!
518 min5-part Piano course11 CQ
As a beginner to intermediate-level piano student, there are many songs to help you improve technique and build your repertoire, but few as iconic as "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues!