Free Online Piano Lessons
If you don't want to pay out for online piano lessons because you're not sure if it's for you, then why not start off with some free lessons
written by Graham Howard (the editor of ALL Talents)?
Sceptical about free piano lessons? You know, why are they free? what's the catch? - You shouldn't be.
There is so much free stuff available online these days. Lots of websites love to give free information away. It is true that, in a lot of
instances, the free stuff - or free online piano lessons in this case - is there to tempt you into paying for a complete course, more info
or another product.
But, you don't have to pay for anything if you don't want to and you don't have to take anything further if you're not sure about it. The ball
is always in your court, so take advantage of Graham Howard's free piano lessons now.
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"The course is a very good addition to my learning
"I'm still going through some the exercises and finding them very useful indeed ("How to Get Your Hand Positions and Fingering
Right" in particular). It suprised me how clear the tutorials are despite being text only.
As with many people, I don't have a great deal of spare time so when lessons or tutorials are broken up into small chunks that
can be practiced for a few minutes here and there, it's very useful. I'm going to be practicing as much as possible and will
check out the Rocket Piano course fairly soon.
For people that don't play an instrument, I think the lack of progress at the beginning puts them off. Again, quick chunks with
real results is definitely the way to go.
Anyway, good work with the course, it's a very good addition to my learning material."
Many thanks, Mat Howlett
"I enjoyed the course and that it got me off to a good start"
I would like to let you know that I enjoyed the course and that it got me off to a good start. I started learning keyboard in
March to play with my Granddaughters and having fun doing so. However, I would also like to learn piano, just for fun, that is
why I took your course. One thing that I would like to learn if you have any lessons on it, is how to play notes with the left
hand to accompany the right hand. I try but not working out right.
I practice everyday for about 30 minutes. I practice chords with the left hand but want to learn to do more. Thanks for the
lessons and hope that you have something to show me to continue using my left hand to help my music sound better."
Reply/ Hi Ray
Being able to use your left hand as well as your right just takes
practice and patience.
Try to sight read as much as you can.
I'll send you some more tips soon.
"I thank you for the lovely lessons I really enjoy them. Can you please
keep on sending these lessons I really enjoy them. Thank you very much."
"My goal is to play some Christmas carols by Christmas"
Yes, the course was helpful. I have a keyboard which I'm trying to learn how to play. I only want to learn how to read the treple
cleft and use chords for the bass cleft so I can learn some simple popular songs.
My goal is to play some Christmas carols by Christmas. I've figured out
how to make the major, minor, and 7th chords, but sometimes I don't know which fingers to use. I'm still memorizing notes on the
treple cleft, so it's going slow. But then, I've only been playing the keyboard for 3 days! Thank you for all your
Well, i'm trying to cope with this new way of life though its not been
easy. A very good job you guys are doing, I must commend you all. I'll try and communicate if I find any part of this training
difficult. Thanks for your good service so far. Hope to hear from you again.
"For anyone who's just starting out on piano this course will help you get on your
"Your course was really wonderful for
beginners. It covered all the basics and it was easy to understand. For anyone who's just starting out on piano this course
will help you get on your way.
I have been a self taught pianists
basically since I started. I had a really small stint of lessons (about a month's worth). I've pretty much just picked up
everything on my own. One of the things you said you'd be writing on was sight reading I could use some insight on these
questions about reading music. I learned to read music 8 years ago, but never really proficiently because I play by ear. My
dilemma is if I know the way a song is supposed to sound instead of reading the music I start picking out the notes
I also have a really hard time reading
sheet music to a song I've already memorized. I'll just play it from memory even though I'm looking at the music I'm not
really reading. If you have anything to offer on either of those subjects I would be really grateful. Thanks for taking the
time for us."
"I look forward to any ideas you might have to help any aspiring pianists like
Thanks for your email. Yes, the short course was very useful - having last played piano to beginning of grade 3, 52 or so years
ago, it was a necessary refresher! And nice to be able to do things at my pace and make as many mistakes as I like - my last
teacher favoured a rap across the knuckles with a wooden ruler as a corrective measure, and needless to say it wasn't very
Following my long-term ambition I have finally bought a Yamaha Clavinova, and found your site through the Internet. After
finishing your course I took your advice, and am now working through the Rocket Music Course (very early days yet) - which looks
to be excellent. Hopefully I'll get there - never too late to learn, I believe!
Thank you for your interest, and I look forward to any ideas you might have to help any aspiring pianists like me. Kindest
"Thank you so much for sending me the piano course. It has helped me
Have a great day."
"Thank you for the piano course, which I found very basic but
"Thank you for the piano course, which I found very basic but helpful. The
most helpful lesson was the one about hand positions and fingering. Some diagrams to back up the lessons would be useful
for any future material, as too much written content can be difficult to follow.
Thanks once again."
"Its very nice that you offer something for beginners who are trying to see what playing
the piano is about"
"Your mini course seems like it would be very helpful for beginners. I personally already have prior piano
instruction and so It wasn't exactly what I needed. But its very nice that you offer something for beginners who are
trying to see what playing the piano is about.
I only took piano lessons for two months (my lessons were cut short because my teacher moved to a different
state) and am mostly self taught. So I still have a lot to learn although I know most of the basics. Thanks for the course."
"Thank you very much for spending time and effort in sending me emails. These are
really suitable for me as beginner. I still even have to learn reading the notes since I forgot already my elementary lessons,
and yes, the very basic guide is what I really want. I learnt a lot from it.
I will give you some updates soon of how far I learnt in playing piano. "
Thank you, Charlou Asares