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Answered on 19/07/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Joel Kudary

Professional Musician with 9 Years of experience in Performing and Teaching Music

It depends on your commitment to learning the Keyboard. Having said that one month is a reasonable period to understand and play the basics of Music and Keyboard. Including practising at least for an hour or half an hour to your daily schedule will make it possible and help you improve. After this period,... read more

It depends on your commitment to learning the Keyboard. Having said that one month is a reasonable period to understand and play the basics of Music and Keyboard. Including practising at least for an hour or half an hour to your daily schedule will make it possible and help you improve. After this period, you can start getting good at playing by practising daily.

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Lesson Posted on 28/05/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano Music Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/Music Theory

Find your notes! (Piano)

Anubrato Ghatak

I have been teaching Western Classical and Popular Music, subjects Violin, Viola, Piano, Guitar, Vocals...

Each line and space on the staff (also called stave) denotes a specific pitch (that is, a specific key on your piano). You can easily remember the scheme with the help of a few mental markers, such as Middle C. read more

Each line and space on the staff (also called stave) denotes a specific pitch (that is, a specific key on your piano). You can easily remember the scheme with the help of a few mental markers, such as Middle C.

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Lesson Posted on 19/05/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Kannazhaga (Song from movie "Moonu")

Muthu Kumar C R

Hi. This is Music Tutor Muthukumar Anil from Chennai. I teach the Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, the...

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Lesson Posted on 19/05/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Imperial march - Keyboard

Muthu Kumar C R

Hi. This is Music Tutor Muthukumar Anil from Chennai. I teach the Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, the...

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Lesson Posted on 29/04/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Which is the best piano/keyboard to learn for a beginner in India with a 61 keys?

Keerthanalakshmi

I have 7+ years of experience in Teaching Piano, Keyboard, Guitar , Harmonium & Music Theory Classes...

If you are serious about learning to play piano/keyboard, do it right. 61 keys are OK for synthesizers that are used as an adjuct to other instruments, but not as your only keyboard. I recommend a full 88 key keyboard and it must have weighted touch sensitive keys. A piano is a percussion instrument... read more

If you are serious about learning to play piano/keyboard, do it right. 61 keys are OK for synthesizers that are used as an adjuct to other instruments, but not as your only keyboard. I recommend a full 88 key keyboard and it must have weighted touch sensitive keys. A piano is a percussion instrument at its roots. Hammers hit strings. Its expressiveness from soft to loud is why it is called “pianoforte” (soft/loud). Without touch sensitive keys to simulate an actual piano keyboard its range of expression is seriously limited.

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Lesson Posted on 21/04/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Improvisation

Adrian Joshua

As a student, you will receive a customised format of learning that is didactic, to help you learn as...

So how do you start playing randomly in order to make amazing music ? Even though improv is not really a prepared section of the performance, the many elements that go into a successful improv is and should be well prepared. Lesson: Start with only five notes of a scale. Then make two groups of... read more

So how do you start playing randomly in order to make amazing music ? Even though improv is not really a prepared section of the performance, the many elements that go into a successful improv is and should be well prepared. 

Lesson: 

Start with only five notes of a scale.

Then make two groups of five notes.

The first group should be the question and the second like an answer. 

Play only quater notes for now and try not ending on the tonic note in the first group. 

The second group can end on the tonic. 

Hear and observe the result. Does it sound like a musical question and answer ? 

More of this in our lessons together. 

 

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Lesson Posted on 27/12/2019 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Warm up

Keerthanalakshmi

I have 7+ years of experience in Teaching Piano, Keyboard, Guitar , Harmonium & Music Theory Classes...

Warm Up Boring! We get it. It’s a tedious way to start, but without it, you put yourself at risk of carpal tunnel and tendinitis. You’d rather spend 10 minutes warming up than be in pain for six months. This is one of the most important piano practice tips, because a proper warm up also... read more

Warm Up

Boring! We get it. It’s a tedious way to start, but without it, you put yourself at risk of carpal tunnel and tendinitis. You’d rather spend 10 minutes warming up than be in pain for six months.

This is one of the most important piano practice tips, because a proper warm up also gives you the opportunity to achieve flow, a state of mind where you’re locked in on the task at hand, and get maximum improvement.

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Lesson Posted on 27/12/2019 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Piano tips

Keerthanalakshmi

I have 7+ years of experience in Teaching Piano, Keyboard, Guitar , Harmonium & Music Theory Classes...

Set Aside Time for Fundamentals Make sure at least 15 minutes of your practice time is set aside for things like scales, accuracy, and timing. You only gain technical skills by repetition. Just build in 15 minutes of fundamentals to every one of your practices and you will be able to play insanely technical... read more

Set Aside Time for Fundamentals

Make sure at least 15 minutes of your practice time is set aside for things like scales, accuracy, and timing. You only gain technical skills by repetition. Just build in 15 minutes of fundamentals to every one of your practices and you will be able to play insanely technical pieces

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Answered on 15/09/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Shiva Mukherjee

Music Instructor

Fees are a very subjective thing, and it varies drastically. The only suggestion I'd give is rather than taking money so seriously give priority to that person's knowledge and experience. That will be the most crucial thing if you're serious about it, saving a few bucks might seem a good idea in the... read more

Fees are a very subjective thing, and it varies drastically. The only suggestion I'd give is rather than taking money so seriously give priority to that person's knowledge and experience. That will be the most crucial thing if you're serious about it, saving a few bucks might seem a good idea in the beginning. Still, it might not end the way you want. The second thing is how much time does it take? So if you're very serious and passionate about it and you give a reasonable amount of time to it, it will take you somewhere around 4 to 6 months to be able to play quite a few things amazingly. The more you learn, the more you practice, the better you will get in it. 

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Answered on 02/11/2015 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Anuraag M.

Anuraags Academy

Keyboard: 1. keys - they are plastic keys without hammer action i.e every key feels the same from lower octave to higher. 2. It is Electronic - There are plugins loaded of so many instruments, beat patterns, recorder, Chord dictionary ,Digital Audio Workstation ( you don't need a computer to program... read more
Keyboard: 1. keys - they are plastic keys without hammer action i.e every key feels the same from lower octave to higher. 2. It is Electronic - There are plugins loaded of so many instruments, beat patterns, recorder, Chord dictionary ,Digital Audio Workstation ( you don't need a computer to program music ) this feature is mostly for higher end keyboard. 3. It is portable - can be carried anywhere 4. Pedal - Most come with two pedal inputs where you can connect the sustain pedal which sustains the instrument when pressed 5. Can be connected to a computer and can be used with the software to program music. 6. Detects media device (USB, Floppy) - Even mid range keyboards come with this option These are just basic functions on a keyboard, i'm sure there are lot many Piano: 1. They have a hammer action i.e the keys are hard at the lower end and as you progress it will gradually become lighter. These keys are made up of natural wood and they are long. They have a mechanism where the wood absorbs the hand sweat when playing for a longer duration without slipping. 2. The feel ( Emotion ) can only be felt when played on a piano - no other digital plugins can replace a real piano - Never! 3. They come with three pedals, I'm not explaining about pedals now but they again are used to relate different dimensions of emotions and the feel of a pianist. 4. They are acoustic, non portable, stationary. a piece a wood for your home. 5. There is no support for anything.No chord dictionary, no recorded no nothing at all. It is just a plain pure piano sound. Conclusion: Keyboard is good to learn and practice, but Piano will be your best friend for life! read less
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