Music for Beginners – Piano

22 Apr

I found good sites to teach our kids to learn basic piano and music reading.

http://www.teoria.com/tutorials/index.php

http://www.freepianolessons4kids.com/lessons_index.html

http://classpiano.com/

http://www.pianogogo.com/

http://www.howtoplaypiano.ca/?page_id=67

http://www.greghowlett.com/freechristianpianomusic.aspx?cat=vid

Trust me: you spend daily 30 minutes with these resource. 6 months your kid will be ready with basic piano and music reading.
Now hire professional for private lesson which cost $20-$30 per lesson. You will be saving $100’s od dollars.
Good Luck! Happy playing! please write comments and write about your kid success.

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