• Beginner

    From sweelo41@gmail.com@21:1/5 to Anthony Sweeney on Mon Oct 14 07:21:45 2019
    On Tuesday, December 9, 1997 at 9:00:00 AM UTC+1, Anthony Sweeney wrote:
    My wife wants a keyboard for Christmas, I have been looking at the
    CTK-601. What is the general opinion. She is a beginner and wishes to
    use the keyboard to learn to play the 'piano'
    Thanks in advance

    My grand father learned piano at 72 - so you can definitely get started with doing it now!

    Below are best sites, resources to learn piano online in his humble opinion.


    1. LearnPianoIn30Days

    Link: http://1monthpiano.com

    LearnPianoIn30Days is a 30-day online piano lessons program instructed by singer and songwriter, Rachel James, who has got many years of piano playing on the scene, club around the world. She wants to share her experience as well as her piano playing
    skills for anyone who has the passion of piano.


    Rated: 4.5* by 9600+ students
    + Online learning method: monthly membership site.
    + Free trial in 14 days
    + Refund policy: 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee
    For more details, pls click here: LearnPianoIn30Days online course

    2. PianoForAll

    Link: http://pianoforall.1monthpiano.com


    Rated: 4.6 by 16,000+ students
    + 138,203 students enrolled
    + Total time: 10 hours on-demand video
    Here are detail: PianoForAll online course on Udemy

    3. Free course on YouTube: Andrew Furmanczyk channel

    This is a series of lessons that teach you how to play piano for yourself RIGHT from the VERY beginner all the way to the late intermediate/ early advanced stage of piano. These lessons have been RESHOT and these are the new lessons.

    Here are the playlist: Learn How To Play Piano (NEW) - YouTube


    Adult All-In-1 Course: Level 1
    2) Alfred’s Basic Piano Course for Adults

    3) Piano Scales, Lessons with Elements of Basic Music Theory

    4) Adult Piano Adventures All-in-One Piano Course Book 1

    5) Modern Course for the Piano

    6) John Thompson’s Easiest Piano Course

    7) Alfred’s Self-Teaching Adult Piano Course

    8) Primer Level – Lesson Book: Piano Adventures

    9) Level 1 – Lesson Book: Piano Adventures

    10) KP1B – Bastien Piano for Adults, 1 Book Only: A Beginning Course

    11) Piano and Keyboard All-in-One for Dummies

    12) Suzuki Piano School New International Edition Piano Book and CD, Volume 1

    13) Piano Book for Adult Beginners

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  • From Joe Pfeiffer@21:1/5 to sweelo41@gmail.com on Thu Oct 24 10:20:53 2019
    sweelo41@gmail.com writes:

    On Tuesday, December 9, 1997 at 9:00:00 AM UTC+1, Anthony Sweeney wrote:

    Something very unfortunate about the Google Groups interface to Usenet
    is it can make a very, very old post look quite recent. In this case,
    you're responding to a post from 1997.

    Though I will echo the sentiment that it's never to late to learn to
    play piano -- I started in January at age 61!

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