How do you take those black dots on the page and turn them into piano music? By sight reading sheet music! Learn the names and positions of musical notes.
Learn to read piano music by playing simple tunes! If you practice often and try not to look at your hands, you'll become a piano player in no time!
Ready to start playing with both hands? This third piano sight reading lesson introduces you to two-handed playing, octaves, whole notes, and rest markers.
Your fourth lesson in piano sight reading focuses on keyboard awareness. Know where your hands are, say each note aloud, and keep both hands in position.
Mix up your time signatures! In this fifth piano sight reading lesson, you’ll learn a song in 3/4 time, also known as ‘waltz time’ and ‘triple meter’.
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