Notes & Rhythm
Learn the different types of notes used in music -- and what they mean. How to count rhythm and understand time signatures.
The Treble Clef
How the notes on the keyboard translate to the page. Learn the notes of the Treble Clef AND how to remember them.
The Bass Clef
Learn the names of all the notes in the Bass Clef for your left hand. Warning -- they’re not the same as the Treble Clef!
The Grand Staff
Learn WHY the Treble and Bass Clef are different, and how they all tie together in the Grand Staff. You’ll play a song hands together by reading the notes on the page.
A downloadable chart of many of the strange symbols you can expect to see on sheet music. Print it out and keep it at the piano so you never forget a thing!
You’ll learn how to read at the right pace with carefully designed step-by-step lessons.
READ MUSIC ON THE FLY
Connect the notes on the page to the keys on the piano. We simplify sheet music to show you WHY music is arranged
the way it is.
UNLOCK THE KEYBOARD
Play music more easily with our tips and tricks that will allow you to read music FASTER.
YOUR BIGGEST QUESTIONS
Ask ANY question and get personalized feedback and support from real teachers. Connect with other students for advice and encouragement in our forums.
"Lisa is the perfect teacher. Her hands-on teaching approach is invaluable to my learning and helps me make progress more easily."
Reading notes and music on a page can be really confusing. But it doesn’t have to be!
Lisa Witt has been teaching the piano for 18 years and has seen countless students struggle to grasp the concept of musical notation.
“Looking at musical notation can be really daunting, especially if you’re trying to learn on your own,” she says.
“With this training pack, you'll learn the concepts in simple terms, so you can approach music with confidence.”
Lisa has designed Sight-Reading Made Simple to teach you how to read notes on a musical staff, as well as give you tips on how to sight-read quickly, so you can start playing songs.
“You won’t have to sit through hours of lessons. In just a few minutes, you’ll be on your way to reading notes on a musical score,” she says.
“But more importantly, you’ll understand WHY the notes are arranged the way they are.”
That’s the key to unlocking your potential with sight-reading. Understanding how the keys on the piano translate to the page will open up a whole new world of song-learning (and writing) possibilities.
“It’s like learning the best language in the world!”
Yes! This 4-video training pack sold for $19 but we’re now making it free. We love sharing lessons and videos to help piano players, and reading music is a great skill to develop. We hope you’ll see some of the value we provide inside Pianote juuuust in case you ever want to consider joining!
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