The piano has three pedals, consisting of the damper pedal on the right, the sostenuto pedal in the middle and the soft pedal on the left. Learn how to use these three pedals from an experienced piano player in this free video on playing the piano. Expert: Jim Porter Bio: Jim Porter has spent more than 45years developing unique and highly effective methods of playing and practicing that enable a person of average ability to play even the most difficult passages. Filmmaker: David Beilinson Series Description: Playing the piano takes practice and skill. Learn valuable tips from an experienced piano player in this free video series on playing the piano.
Play bass guitar with the proper technique and finger placement; learn how with tips from our professional bass guitar instructor in this free music lesson video. Expert: Carl Shepard Contact: www.entheosmusic.com Bio: Carl Shepard is a professional bass instructor working at Keller Music in Cincinnati, Ohio. Filmmaker: Jason Sager
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Proper posture is a key part of effectively playing the piano – learn the correct posture when sitting down at a piano in this free online video. Expert: Omri Goldshtrom Bio: Omri Goldshtrom has been playing the piano for over 10 years. He currently teaches lessons to students of all ages.
Welcome to Get Piano Lesson 7 where we really start to have fun on the piano! Now that we’ve practiced finger patterns with our right and left hands, its time to answer a very important question… what is the secret to playing the piano with both hands at the same time? Well this video spends the bulk of 15 minutes with 3 different piano pieces to explain just how to start doing that! Only 10 ten minutes of the full video are shown here, but you can catch the entire length video lesson (for free as always) simply by going to: www.get-piano-lessons.com