Learn Piano Today: How to Play Piano in Easy Online Lessons
About This Course
Learn how to play the piano at any age.
No prior musical theory knowledge, nor the ability to read piano sheet music necessary for this course. Easy to understand lessons that stay on-topic, teaching you the basics of what you need to know, step-by-step.
Learn how to transform from a complete novice beginner to the level of an early intermediate standard pianist.
Learn all the skills to achieve mastery of the piano – With time-stamped video lessons, extensive lesson descriptions, and detailed notes.
Learn an extensive repertoire of well-loved piano favorites – Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. (See the course section listings.)
In a recent Ph.D. research paper, 94% of all adults surveyed and 82% of the overall population said they would love to be able to play the piano.
The course includes lectures covering:
- Finding your way around the piano
- Piano layout and notes
- Left-hand position, right-hand position and playing with both
- Piano theory, forming chords and scales
- Walking you through playing over 38 songs
There’s even a 30-day money back guarantee.
Receive a year’s worth of piano lessons for the price of a few hours face-to-face. Simple, fast, easy, direct, convenient, – and all delivered instantly at an outstanding value.
Rewind, replay, repeat – Learn in your own time at your own pace.
Learn how to play your first piano pieces.
You want it, you need it, you like it, and you can afford it. So why not buy it? Don’t delay, ‘Learn Piano Today’.
Note: This course is equally suitable for beginner keyboard players.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge to play the piano.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
Get started today and develop the skill of piano!
About the Instructor:
David Brogan M.Mus.
Hi, my name is David Brogan. I believe everyone should have the opportunity to learn the piano. Today, the internet makes this possible. You can master the keyboard on everything from a phone app to a grand piano.
Why learn from me? Well, I hold a Masters Degree in Music. It has been my life since turning professional 32 years ago. I am not only a teacher, but a touring musician also. I walk the walk as well as talking the talk.
My dream is very simple. To help create success stories one student at a time. On my piano courses have already helped 1000’s of students reach their goals. Why not join us?
You know that great feeling you get when you hear your favorite song? Now imagine learning how to play it as well. Allow me to offer you the best solution. Put my courses to the test. Invest in your future self. Hit the “Take this course” button now. You won’t regret it.
“I wish I had never learned to play the piano.” Said no-one…Ever.
Section 1 - Learn Piano Today - Getting StartedHide Lessons
Lecture 1 – 100 Personal Benefits of Learning Piano Today
Lecture 2 – Welcome – Let’s Get Started
Lecture 3 – New Horizons – Finding Your Way Around The Piano
Lecture 4 – Piano Keyboard Layout and Note Names
Section 2 - Right Hand Online - Middle C PositionShow Lessons
Lecture 5 – Mary Had a Little Lamb
Lecture 6 – Jingle Bells – Part One
Lecture 7 – ‘Ode to Joy’ by Ludwig van Beethoven – Part One
Lecture 8 – Twinkle Twinkle Littler Star – New Note ‘A’ and Finger Stretch Exercise
Lecture 9 – Note Names and Finger Numbers for All Pieces
Section 3 - Left Hand and Both Hands Together - Middle C PositionShow Lessons
Lecture 10 – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – Version Two
Lecture 11 – Twinkle Twinkle – Alternate Recorded Version to Lecture 10
Lecture 12 – Recap So Far and Suggestions on Grouping Pieces Together
Lecture 13 – Happy Birthday to You
Lecture 14 – We Wish You
Lecture 15 – Good King Wenchelas
Lecture 16 – Hush Little Baby
Lecture 17 – Yankee Doodle – Part One
Lecture 18 – Yankee Doodle – Part Two
Lecture 19 – C Major 5 Note Scale in Contrary Motion
Lecture 20 – Daisy Bell
Lecture 21 – Note Names and Finger Numbers for All Pieces
Section 4 - Bonus Practice MaterialShow Lessons
Lecture 22 – Theme From Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky
Lecture 23 – Kum Ba Yah
Lecture 24 – Old Mc Donald Had A Farm
Lecture 25 – This Old Man
Lecture 26 – Skip To My Lou – Version One – C Major
Lecture 27 – Away In A Manger
Lecture 28 – Section 4 Note Names and Finger Numbers For All Pieces
Section 5 - Transition Stage - Beginner to Intermediate - Caterpillars to ButterfliesShow Lessons
Lecture 29 – Theme from New World Symphony by Dvorak
Lecture 30 – Spring from the Four Seasons – Vivaldi
Lecture 31 – Chopsticks
Lecture 32 – ‘Ode To Joy’ by Beethoven – Part Two
Lecture 33 – ‘Ode To Joy’ by Beethoven – Part Three
Lecture 34 – Skip To My Lou – Version Two – F Major
Lecture 35 – Minuet in G – Attributed to J.S. Bach
Lecture 36 – Beethoven’s Fifth
Lecture 37 – ‘Ode To Joy’ by Beethoven – Recap Part 1, 2, and 3 Complete
Lecture 38 – Jingle Bells – Part Two
Lecture 39 – William Tell Overture by Rossini – Part One
Lecture 40 – William Tell Overture by Rossini – Part Two
Section 6 - Spread Your Wings - Intermediate LessonsShow Lessons
Lecture 41 – New World Symphony by Dvorak – Extended Complete Version
Lecture 42 – Fur Elise by Beethoven
Lecture 43 – Gymnopedie No1 by Satie – Part One
Lecture 44 – The Good The Bad and The Ugly – Ennio Morricone
Lecture 45 – Lady Madonna – The Beatles
Lecture 46 – A 1000 Miles – Vanessa Carlton
Lecture 47 – Theme from Amelie – Comptine – by Yann Tiersen
Lecture 48 – In the Hall of the Mountain King – Part One
Lecture 49 – In the Hall of the Mountain King – Part Two
Lecture 50 – In the Hall of the Mountain King – Part Three
Lecture 51 – Good Enough by Evanescence – Song Intro
Section 7 - Piano Theory - Forming Chords, Scales and other useful stuffShow Lessons
Lecture 52 – Let It Be – The Beatles – An Introduction to Chords
Lecture 53 – How To Make Any Major, Minor, Diminished or Augmented Chord by Counting to 4
Lecture 54 – Chords – Part 2 – Inversions
Lecture 55 – The Major Scale
Lecture 56 – Relative Minor Scales
Lecture 57 – Accidentals – Sharps, Flats, and Naturals
Lecture 58 – The Harmonic Minor Scale
Lecture 59 – The Melodic Minor Scale
Lecture 60 – Multi-Tasking: Staccato versus Legato Exercises
Section 8 - Synthesia Tutorials - Intermediate Level & Bonus VideosShow Lessons
Lecture 61 – Page d’Album – Album Leaf L.133 – Claude Debussy
Lecture 62 – Canon in D by Pachelbel
Lecture 63 – Edelweiss
Lecture 64 – Watermark by Enya
Lecture 65 – Bolero by Ravel
Lecture 66 – Fiamma’s Theme (From ‘Cracks’)
Lecture 67 – Bella’s Lullaby – River Flows In You by Yiruma
Lecture 68 – Gymnopedie No. 1 (Complete) – Eric Satie
Section 9 - Take Flight - Final WordsShow Lessons
Lecture 69 – Conclusion
Lecture 70 – Parting Words and Thoughts from Famous Pianists