Attention: Parents and Music Teachers.
If you are a parent or music teacher with children taking piano lessons, then this might be the most important suggestion you will ever receive.
Here’s the reason why:
Most students are excited when they start learning to play the piano or keyboard, but many then quit because
they find reading music notes too difficult.
They get upset and frustrated. Why?:
- They cannot locate the notes on the piano keyboard.
- They cannot remember which note is which on the staff.
- They mix up the bass staff notes and the treble staff notes.
Children get confused, bored, and want to drop out of their piano lessons.
As parents and teachers we want to help — but what can we do?
What is the solution?
I have been a piano teacher for over 30 years. I have seen this problem so many times. I have surveyed all the piano teaching books, courses and ebooks on the market, and frankly, not one of them really helpedchildren learn to read music notes in a quick, systematic way that was also fun.
I wanted a book or course that would: