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Lisa Witt  /  Reading Music
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.

Lisa Witt  /  Reading Music
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...

Lisa Witt  /  Reading Music
How To Read Ledger Lines (Fast & Easy)
Take your music reading outside the musical staff. Ledger Lines can look confusing but they're not too hard to understand.

Lisa Witt  /  Reading Music
How To Read Music Faster
Sight-reading tips to help you skim through the pages.

Lisa Witt  /  Reading Music
How To Read Notes
Learn to connect the dots on a page to the keys on the piano

Lisa Witt  /  Reading Music
Tips For Memorizing Piano Music
5 tips for improving your memorization skills so you can learn songs better.

Lisa Witt  /  Reading Music
What Are Dynamics?
They're underrated, and they WILL make you a better piano player.

Cassi Falk  /  Reading Music
Music Theory For The Dropouts #7 – How To Tackle A New Piece Of Music
  Now that you’ve learned the basics of music theory, it’s time to put all that knowledge to the test by learning a song.  Let’s look at a song called ‘Beekeeping.’ The first thing to make note of is the song’s key signature.  Just after the treble and bass clef symbols, you’ll see a single […]

Cassi Falk  /  Reading Music
Music Theory For The Dropouts #3 – Music Symbols
As you’ve been learning all of these music theory techniques, you’ve probably come upon quite a few strange looking symbols.  So let’s take a look at some of the most common symbols you’ll find and what they mean musically.   The first symbols we’ll look at are types of dynamic markings (meaning they indicate where […]

Cassi Falk  /  Reading Music
Music Theory For The Dropouts #2 – The Grand Staff Demystified
  Reading notes on the grand staff is a little bit intimidating at first.  Take one look at the page and you’ll see there’s a lot of information being thrown at your very quickly.  In your last theory lesson, you learned about counting rhythms: how they feel to hear and play, and what they look […]

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