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Pianote  /  Scales and Keys
The Mighty Pentatonic Scale
The pentatonic scale is a tool for every piano player. Get the formula to create a pentatonic scale in any key and tips on how to use it.

Kevin Castro  /  Scales and Keys
Master the Blues Scale on Piano
The blues scale is one of the most useful tools you’ll use in piano. Learn how the blues scale works and how to improvise with it.

Lisa Witt  /  Scales and Keys
How to Sound Beautiful on the Piano With Pentatonic Scales
Beginners can sound amazing on the piano. Try this simple improvisation exercise using the Dm pentatonic scale and let your imagination go.

Pianote  /  Sight Reading
Can you read music? Take this quiz and find out!
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Pianote  /  Sight Reading
Piano Notes: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Reading Music
Everything you need to learn how to read piano notes, including tricks and tips to read sheet music quickly and fluently.

Lisa Witt  /  Theory
Are These Music Theory Rules Even Necessary?
The invisible bar line rule, double sharps, double flats, and more...some music theory rules don't make sense. Or do they?

Lisa Witt  /  Theory
Major Songs in Minor Keys! (Minor Key Concepts)
What do major songs sound like in minor keys? Take a listen and learn all about the theory behind transposing songs to minor keys.

Lisa Witt  /  Scales and Keys
Piano Technique Made Easy
Tips on how to practice scales, chords, arpeggios, and more on the piano without wasting time and getting bored!

Lisa Witt  /  Theory
Piano Music Theory That’s Actually Useful!
A no-nonsense guide to piano music theory you can actually use. Build scales, build chords, understand rhythm, and play songs.

Lisa Witt  /  Sight Reading
How To Read Notes Part 2
One of the most important skill sets to have as a piano player is knowing how to read musical notes so you can learn to play songs you love.

Sam Vesely  /  Chord Progressions
Beautiful Piano Music With One Interval
Play beautiful piano music with the mysterious and often-overlooked Major 6th chord. We've got some quick tips and tricks for you.

Lisa Witt  /  Styles
Pop vs. Classical: You Love Classical Music (You Just Don’t Know It)
Pop or classical? Why not both! The music you know and love takes a huge inspiration from classical pieces. Don't believe us? We'll show you!

Lisa Witt  /  Scales and Keys
How To Practice Piano Scales (With Lisa)
How to practice piano scales so you can see better results. You know you should practice piano scales -- here's how.

Lisa Witt  /  Scales and Keys
How to Play Minor Scales on the Piano
Learn how to play minor scales on the piano to create your own beautiful sounds.

Lisa Witt  /  Sight Reading
I Suck At Reading Music
I've always struggled to read music. In fact, I had to repeat levels because I never learned to read the notes. Here's how I changed...

Sam Vesely  /  Scales and Keys
Play Like A Jazz Pianist (An Introduction To Modes)
Unlock your first jazz solo with these scales...

Lisa Witt  /  Sight Reading
Making Sense of Music Symbols (Piano Lesson)
Sharps, Flats, Naturals? Find out what they all mean and how to read them.

Lisa Witt  /  Hand Independence
Should You Practice Contrary Motion Scales?
How contrary motion scales could be the "secret sauce" in your practice routine.

Lisa Witt  /  Scales and Keys
Is the Circle of 5ths Useless?
What is the Circle of 5ths and what's it for? In this lesson, you'll learn all you need to know to start using this key theory concept

Lisa Witt  /  Chord Theory
How To Build A Chord On ANY Key
Learn the chord formula to play a major or minor chord on ANY note on the piano. The chord formula is easy to remember!

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