Dan and Joe’s Survival Guide for Biginning Pianists

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Dan and Joe's Survival Guide for Biginning PianistsHow does a student who knows NOTHING about piano playing learn from a manual? In order to answer this question, it’s good to know which two types of manuals you should avoid:

As for the content, piano playing is about more than just reading music. Ask yourself these questions about what you need in an online piano method:

Two main problems arise when keeping the above points in mind. First, most piano books don’t cover all of the material. Second, those that do l often do so in a dry, lifeless, anemic, “I’m dying of boredom, so please kill me now” manner.

Other books claim that only their “secret” techniques will make you into a concert pianist. They warn against other manuals that teach you “fatal mistakes” or the “wrong” way to play. Only their amazing new-age “look, I’m only practicing 2 minutes a day and I’m amazing” system works.

I am really sorry to burst the bubble on that one, but learning to play the piano, or any other instrument for that fact, takes lots of hard work and practice.

Here’s the bottom line. If your beginner piano methods and books aren’t fun, you will probably quit in a matter of weeks. Unfortunately, if you quit there’s a good chance that you will never try again…once burnt, twice shy.

Congratulations on promoting a package that is informative and fun. I am particularly impressed with the video attachments that show how the hands are placed on the piano. When I took lessons years ago there was not a choice to be had. This is a fun program and a very inexpensive way for beginners to start out to test the waters. I would highly recommend this to young and old alike. Well done!

Let’s introduce ourselves. Daniel E. Friedman and Joseph Shalita have been friends for about twenty years. They met while studying for their respected music degrees at the Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University.

Daniel received his Bachelor of Music from Queens University in Canada, and his Masters Degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore. He is currently head of the music department at Town Center Montessori Private school, and has been a lecturer at McGill University in Montreal.

I’ve always felt that laughing is learning. The reason Dan and Joe’s Survival Manual for New Piano Students was written, was because I was very frustrated by how dull and uninteresting so many beginner piano books are… and most of them take themselves far too seriously!

Friendly guidance, laughter and useful information are the way to go when teaching music, or any academic subject for that matter.

“Dan and Joe’s Survival Manual for New Piano Students is a smart and fun way to teach kids piano. The live lessons and jokes are a great way to get young people interested in pursuing piano. So many online lessons are dry and do not show the finished product. It is great to see that piano can be taught in a way that speaks to the individual on a personal level. These lessons are a great starter for anyone interested in piano regardless of age!”

Another key element that is very important to have is video footage. This is important since there’s no live person available to demonstrate to you… Read more…

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