Get Started Learning The Piano With This Training For Beginners

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Have you ever wanted to learn to play the piano but are. a little intimidated about getting in-person instruction? Online classes could be the answer you’re looking for, and this Complete 2021 Piano for Beginners Bundle is a perfect place to start.

You’ll get 13 hours of instruction and six different courses with this bundle, which aims to make a beginner comfortable at the keyboard and understand the basics of playing and the proper techniques for moving forward in their musical quests. There are 232 individual lessons in total, and with lifetime access, you can take as much or as little time as you need to master each step.

All of the courses are taught by the instructors at Skill Success, which offers more than 2,000 different online courses and has taught more than a half-million students over the years. The piano instruction has been rated by past students anywhere from 4.2 to 4.9 stars out of 5, proving this bundle delivers what you need.

The piano lessons begin with the basics of the instrument, guiding your hand positions, notes, and forming chords and scales. You’ll also learn how to play 38 simple songs.

The next four classes tackle technique exercises, starting with simple tasks that will get you used to being behind the keyboard and progressing all the way to enhancing your reading and musical interpretation.

The final classes actually allow you to play 30 songs everybody wants to hear, from Happy Birthday to Christmas classics like Away In a Manger to Danny Boy and Amazing Grace. The goal is to have you comfortable enough at this stage to play in front of family and friends.

This bundle of piano classes is valued at $1,194, but for a limited time, it can be yours for just $19.99. That’s a little more than $3 per class, and that’s a price that should be music to your ears.

Prices subject to change.


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