by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
One of my new and returning piano learner subscribers recently emailed me a question. Thanks, Barbara. Your struggle for motivation to get to the piano bench regularly is something most piano learners experience. Especially busy adult piano learners.
The gist of Barbara's question is this:
How can you make it fun so you are motivated to establish a regular piano practice routine?
First, motivation is unreliable. Get over that idea.
ASK YOURSELF WHY
Instead, ask WHY you want to play the piano. For health wellness, the joy of self-expression, or personal accomplishment, to grow yourself in new ways (aiming for this is research-proven to impact your wellness and happiness).
Get clear on WHY you love piano, and then set a goal based on that. Your goal may be to play a particular music piece well, reach a certain level of piano skill, or play a specific style.
TRAIN YOUR BRAIN TO LOVE PIANO PRACTICE
Keep your WHY visible. Put your reason for playing piano on a post-it on your piano stand, bench, or notebook, so you see it easily. Make your underlying desire to play the piano VISIBLE frequently.
What we remind ourselves of is proven to help train our brains to FOCUS on that. What you focus on grows.
What you focus on trains your brain that that thing is important to you. Your brain will start looking for reasons to get to the piano bench when you train it to think about what is important to you.
The reticular activating system in your brain works like a filter system. The more you put what is meaningful to you in front of you, the more your brain will focus on that and find more of it.
If you want to play piano more, put your piano music and your music goals in front of you. Search piano music online and get into piano-related social media groups. Putting piano-related things in front of you will help your brain start filtering out other stuff and start zeroing in on the piano as an important topic for you.
REWARD YOURSELF OFTEN
Create a reward system. See my previous blog for more about using a piano practice tracker as a reward system.
Tracking your daily practice trains your brain that practicing piano is important to you, which will help boost your motivation to practice piano.
Your reward system can simply be tracking the days you practice the piano, checking off each section or a specific musical piece. You can use a checklist or stickers to reward yourself as you record your practice progress. See my blog here for more on this topic.
REWARD YOURSELF BIG
Choose a way to reward yourself each time you meet your weekly music practice goals.
For example, if your goal is to practice 5 of 7 days and you practice 5 days, this is a victory! So treat yourself for making that happen!
You could treat yourself to a dessert, a movie night, or a music concert. You could buy a new favorite sheet music, book, or recording of music you enjoy, meet an accountability buddy for coffee or lunch, or have a special family dinner.
You could also post your achievement in the New and Returning Piano Learners Facebook group for immediate community support and celebration!
HOLD YOURSELF ACCOUNTABLE TO OTHERS
Speaking of accountability, make your piano practice goal PUBLIC. Post your weekly goal in the Facebook group, or tell a music-loving friend or family member for support. Post a photo of your piano practice tracking method and your piano practice goals (like the number of days you aim to practice weekly or what musical progress you want to achieve on a particular musical selection, etc.). You could post a photo of your hands on the keyboard or a selfie at the piano whenever you meet your daily or weekly goal!
This interaction with others keeps you accountable to others when the inevitable resistance, obstacle, or lack of motivation rears its head.
Make establishing a consistent piano practice routine a competition contest to beat yourself by one-upping your practice from the previous day or week.
Post in the Facebook group to challenge others to beat you at daily consistent piano practice!
Push yourself to win over yourself from yesterday to today and to exceed today by tomorrow’s victory.
DEFEAT RESISTANCE WITH ADVANCED PREPARATION
Isolation is the enemy of motivation. Get visible to others with your goals. Motivation is not your friend, and you should not rely on it. You must create a piano practice habit.
Overcome obstacles and your inner resistance by preparing in advance. This makes piano practice easier to start.
Preparing in advance includes:
Making a plan prioritizes piano practice, so your brain knows this is important to your happiness.
Use these tips to make a piano practice habit stick and win over your inner weakness or resistance.
BOOST YOUR MOTIVATION WITH DOPAMINE REWARDS
Get recordings and listen to them to remind your brain what you want to achieve as a piano player.
Establishing a piano practice routine takes effort. But anything truly valuable requires a struggle to defeat resistance, whether laziness, insecurity, doubt, fatigue, or a busy life.
Each day you reward yourself for doing the work at your piano keyboard boosts motivation for the next challenge. Rewards release dopamine which trains your brain to look forward to more time at the piano.
MORE BRAIN TRAINING FOR PIANO PRACTICE CONSISTENCY
Remind yourself each night what went well at the piano. Savoring this accomplishment trains your brain to strengthen your piano practice routine as a consistent, joyful, rewarding habit.
MOTIVATION IS OVERRATED AND UNSUSTAINABLE
Remember that accomplishment as a pianist does not rely on feeling motivated. Achieving your musical goals is about making a plan, making it easier to do with preparation, rewarding your progress frequently, and showing up on your piano bench no matter what.
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Watch my short video above for one easy piano tip that can help you ease back into the groove of piano practice. Today, I demonstrated practicing this simple goal with an original piano solo.
If you're having a challenge getting into the rhythm of regular piano practice, don't beat yourself up! Create a time to prioritize your piano practice in your weekly schedule.
Just start today. Refresh your determination every day to get to your piano bench! These little steps add up to musical destinations reached!
Let me know in the comments if this easy piano tip is something you can use to jumpstart your piano practice routine!
What's one simple piano tip you can share to help other new and returning piano learners maintain a regular piano practice routine?
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
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Why The Piano Is The Best First Musical Instrument To Learn!
Who am I and what do I know about piano?
Let me introduce who I am and what I know about the piano. In other words, why you should listen to me!
In college, I switched my piano performance degree to music composition because I loved making up music more than performing. I taught piano for years in my private piano studio, many youth facilities, and even an 11-year stint as an elementary music and chorus educator in Florida. I taught private and piano group lessons, using a mix of note-reading, ear training, and rote-playing with students ages 4-90.
I'm also a composer of piano-based music, produced a musical theater CD of my original songs, have written three short musicals, and scored half a dozen short films with piano-based orchestral music. I LOVE music!
Music loves me.
Three years after my Dad passed away, I left my 30-year piano and music education and performance career to move back to my home state of Kentucky as a caregiver for my 83-year Mom while running my online biz.
But like many busy adults, I've been SO busy with life transitions I didn't practice the piano in a while. I, myself, am a returning piano learner! I have reignited my daily piano practice routine!
That is why I KNOW the struggles of new or returning adult piano learners! I'm in the trenches with you!
Enough about me!
I am excited to have launched the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group! If you want to join our supportive community, sign up here!
Piano Is The Best First Musical Instrument To Learn because it is the foundation for learning OTHER musical instruments.
Choosing piano as your first musical instrument provides a solid musical foundation and many advantages for later branching out into learning other musical instruments.
Reason #1 = The Advantage of TWO Clefs
Piano learners will master two different musical clefs to read musical notation.
The piano player will primarily use the right hand to play Treble Staff notes for the higher range.
The pianist will usually play the lower range of the Bass Staff notes with the left hand.
Being able to read the notation in both clefs becomes an advantage for learning different musical instruments.
Most musical instruments read the notes of one clef, most commonly the Bass Clef or Treble Clef. (Luckily, pianists don’t need to learn the alto, tenor, neutral clefs, or guitar tablature!)
Having already learned the notation for both Treble and Bass Clefs with piano study gives the music student an advantage when learning another new instrument.
This notation-reading skill makes things less complex for the music student when learning additional instruments.
Students learning additional instruments can also focus more on technique and musicality since the rudiments of notation-reading will already be established through piano lessons.
WOOT! One BIG point in favor of learning piano FIRST!
Who likes things to be EASIER!?
Reason #2 is about Music Theory!
Music theory bases itself on the topography of the piano keyboard. (The visual layout of the black and white keys of the piano keyboard.)
This visual point is another excellent reason for choosing piano as a first instrument. No matter what musical instrument you learn, you will use the piano keyboard as a reference when learning music theory!
Reason #3 is...
The Piano Is A Guide For All Instrument Ranges
The piano is a guide to understand the ranges of other instruments and voices!
When learning about the orchestra, or vocal ensembles, the piano also is the basis for understanding the ranges of various instruments and voices. A musical instrument range is how high or low it sounds when played.
The piano keyboard includes all the ranges of these instruments! So it’s an easy, visual guide for understanding where the sounds from all these instruments logistically fall!
Reasons #4 & #5 for Why Piano Is The Best First Musical Instrument To Learn is because...
The piano keyboard is a guide for learning chord structure and harmonic analysis.
The piano keyboard is the basis for understanding chordal structure. Chords are sounds produced when you play two or more notes simultaneously. The order of where these notes are determines different shapes or the chordal structure. Piano topography and musical notation are visual guides for teaching how chords are structured.
The piano also shows harmonic analysis as a visual guide showing how all orchestral instruments or vocal parts harmonize/play together.
Harmonic analysis is the progression and tonality (or the mood of the sound produced) of chords and how they affect the form (structural organization) of the music composition.
These concepts are a bit advanced for new and returning piano learners. But, piano study gradually includes all these more advanced musical concepts!
These five reasons are why learning the piano as your FIRST instrument is an asset to any musician, conductor, or composer!
A BONUS reason for learning piano as a first musical instrument IF you:
Having the piano as a first instrument gives you the added benefit of established, good foundational and practice habits for music learning. You can apply these powerful benefits to learning other musical instruments, singing, or composing music!
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Watch my REPLAY above to see my book writing process and a glimpse inside my book. If you are a new or returning piano learner, this is for YOU.
I’m sharing my creative process with a sneak peek of my book, Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning. My book introduction explains who this book is for and what you will get from it.
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Even then, we are often more separate as players than other musicians. Wind, string, percussion, and brass players all have each other in their sections for interaction.
I chatted with music educator Jim Johnson, a member of the New and Returning Piano Learners group and leader of his Facebook group for adults learning beginning piano.
We talked about how stressful the pandemic has been for many of us. Beyond the sometimes lonely path of piano practice, life itself has been intense globally for several years.
Jim and I agreed that learning a musical instrument brings incredible wellness factors and is a powerful remedy to the stress of our world.
We also related to having started our Facebook groups to create life-to-life connections while contributing meaningfully to others during these challenging times.
Stay tuned for our in-depth conversation coming out on YourCreativeChord podcast soon.
Here is WHY I started the New and Returning Piano Learners group and want to grow it further. I like the group members —YOU— so much because you share my love for the piano. But especially because you engage with me and each other to build sincere connections.
I want to encourage each of you to get engaged in this group for new and returning piano learners. Start building relationships with the members here around our mutual piano learning journey.
The more we share our real selves and where we are with our music, the more we will inspire and motivate piano progress. Not just for ourselves but for others in the group.
Your conversations and questions open insights into my strengths and weaknesses. They shed new light on how to troubleshoot piano practice issues.
You are helping each other well beyond the invaluable piano teacher’s guidance. For those who cannot have a piano teacher at this point, your engagement, feedback, tips, and general support are crucial.
Pandemic life, the news of Russia’s war on Ukraine, gas prices—all of these events are stressful for us all.
Remember that community provides relief. Finding a sense of belonging brings relief. Your piano learning journey helps you connect with like-minded music appreciators. Our interactions open our minds to fresh inspiration for piano practice and music learning.
Another thing Jim Johnson and I agreed on wholeheartedly is that excessive emphasis on exterior credentials and spam are just clutter. These kinds of judgment and junk drain us.
You won’t find that in this piano learner group. This community and connection with new and returning piano learners bring relief, encouragement, and joy.
Because we are real here. We connect with what’s important about music.
Not flashy piano technique, famous elitist methods, teachers, or schools.
But through expressing our true selves through the piano.
Doing our best to improve our piano playing from yesterday to today, then tomorrow.
Each Tuesday from 1 pm ET, I go live as transparently as possible. I want to show you that the more you engage and share your vulnerability the deeper and more real your relationships and this community grows.
As I share my true self, struggles, and goals with you, I make sincere, truthful, mutually encouraging connections with those who engage with me. I appreciate you for that interaction.
Ask your questions.
Share what’s working in your piano learning journey.
We share in common a true love of the piano. Let’s go deeper.
Let’s get to know each other.
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Need a refresher on learning the major scales and figuring out the sharps and flats of key signatures?
In today's Tuesday LIVE inside the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group I shared the above mini-tutorial on the Circle of 5ths.
How's your daily piano practice going?
We're starting fresh with our weekly Piano Practice Challenge!
Join us in the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group to hold yourself and others accountable.
If you need help getting your practice going, check these out:
Piano Tips from your peers to get you motivated for your progress!
How To Make Greater Piano Progress With Opposing Practice Strategies
Video: How To Make Successful Musical Progress With Your Piano Practice Routine.
How to overcome obstacles and motivate yourself to practice piano!
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
In this week's Tuesday LIVE, I shared highlights from last week’s Piano Practice Challenge Week, including helpful peer piano tips from fellow piano learners in the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group!
Peer piano tips covered:
I also answered a question from group member, Michelle, about the difference between natural, harmonic, and melodic minor scales. Pop in the group to see if you can answer my followup mini-quiz on minor scales here:
New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group
Last week’s piano practice challenge motivated many group members toward greater musical progress! Having accountability keeps us all motivated to practice piano!
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Piano Practice Challenge February 15 - 22!
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
I enjoyed practicing piano as a college student and when I was a performing pianist/vocalist. But, like most adults, I have a lot less time now than I did in my younger days.
I have struggled with maintaining my piano practice routine since college. My full-time job as a music educator and my responsibilities as a community volunteer left me with much less time and energy for piano practice. Maintaining piano progress as a returning piano learner now while juggling my online creative business and caregiving tasks for my elder parent takes effort.
I also have two high-maintenance cats; one is more than 20 and needs a lot of help, the other is six and eats everything in sight—including my older cat’s allotted food if I’m not vigilant!
Throw in a social life, family events, the pandemic’s complications, household chores, and the inevitable emergencies that all adults contend with, and piano progress gets significantly more challenging.
But if you’re anything like me, you’re well aware that piano learning has incredible wellness benefits for adults. Gaining the most from your piano practice routine is a critical piece of a successful piano-learning journey.
Today’s piano tips will help you stop struggling and show you How To Make Successful Musical Progress With Your Piano Practice Routine.
Nine Keys (heh) Toward A Solid Piano Practice Routine
1. Find your best time. For me, it is morning before work and family time. Before bedtime, I also squeeze in a little bit more time to run through pieces I’ve practiced earlier in the day or to sightread new material.
2. Write it down. Schedule it. If you don’t pencil it in, it doesn’t happen. Writing it or scheduling it in your calendar makes it a priority.
3. Make it a daily habit. 🦷 🍳 Keep it in your regular daily routine. Consistency builds!
4. Set up your practice area in advance. I set up my music area right before bed so that it’s ready for my morning practice routine. Having things already set up makes it easier to get started!
5. Create a practice plan. Things to include: Warmups/technique, new musical pieces chunked into sections, specific goals, reward music.
After a warmup, I aim to first practice new material or things that I need to improve. Whatever needs the most work. Using my best brainpower and energy on the hard stuff first gives me more momentum and progress.
6. Choose 1(+) musical piece as a reward. AFTER I work on the most demanding stuff, I reward myself with my favorite music or something I’ve already learned to play with ease.
Or I improvise something. Whatever gives my brain a short break and my heart a juicy reward.
7. Visibly (& otherwise) reward yourself with a weekly practice tracker. ✅ 🍭 A piano practice tracker is SUPER helpful; It helps you stay on track and gives you a well-deserved emotional boost when you see your progress! It also helps motivate you to keep going!
Set a goal to practice 5 or 7 days weekly. Once you achieve that goal, reward yourself with a special treat. A dessert, a new CD, new piano sheet music, or a lunch with creative friends to celebrate!
8. Get accountability. Learning piano can be such a lonely activity. Connecting with other piano learners, piano experts, or simply having a practice pact with someone helps keep you accountable.
Join my New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group and use this supportive community as your accountability partner.
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9. Use my 5-min rule on rough days:
Just sit at your piano keyboard for 5 minutes.
Or play a scale or the piano part for the right hand (or the left hand) for 5 minutes.
Or, try to figure out the key signature or chords.
Or, listen to a good recording of a piece you’re learning while you look at the notation.
Or, look at your musical score.
Or just listen.
Aim to practice the piano at least 5 minutes every day. This keeps your momentum top of mind in your brain and your physical muscle memory.
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
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Sharing your musical journey not only boosts your confidence as a piano player but also opens new doors for connecting with others. 6 tips to show you how to boost confidence as a piano player if you struggle with stage fright.
People get nervous. I get that. And that is normal! But like ANYTHING in life that’s hard, when you face your fears, and face them frequently, you get over them. It becomes doable. More than that, it becomes rewarding. How?
When you challenge yourself to open up and share your music, you grow your courage. Allowing ourselves to share who we are and where we are with our musical learning can feel very vulnerable. Being vulnerable is real. When you openly show who you are and where you are in your process, you authentically connect with another human being.
So what better way than to share your piano playing right now?
You don’t have to go big! Let’s talk about how you can boost your confidence as a piano player by challenging yourself to share some of your music with others. Here are 6 tips that work for me and have worked for the many piano, music, and chorus students I’ve taught in my 30 years as a music educator:
1. Forget perfection - audio quality, instrument, your level. This is why I’ve already started doing LIVE videos sharing my music practice or a piano tip without having my piano audio technically set up perfectly! I want to lead you by example. That means I have to let go of my perfectionistic urge to fix all the things. Besides, perfection doesn’t reach the heart.
2. Start where you are. No excuses. So you are a beginner. Or a late bloomer. Or maybe you are just coming back to piano as a busy adult like me! Remember that sharing where you are with music right now is just a SNAPSHOT of your piano-playing journey. Think of it as the golden memory it will be LATER.
Here is a great place to use BEGINNER’S MINDSET! I went in-depth about this in my November 30th Facebook LIVE episode, where I shared how to transform your piano mistakes into beautiful music. You can check it out on the YourCreativeChord Facebook page here.
I LOVE having a beginner’s mindset about anything but especially piano learning! Think about how a baby refuses to give up learning to walk no matter how many times she falls or bashes her head! LOL. NOTHING deters a beginner’s mindset. It’s about being in the moment with 100% determination.
Start where you are. No excuses.
3. Get excited about your musical journey. Let this chance to share your music be a journal of your piano progress. Think of it as starting a new tradition with your musical growth. Let others share your experience. You may inspire someone to start something new for themselves!
4. Remember: Frequency desensitizes. Playing your music as often as possible desensitizes your nerves and lowers performance anxiety. Familiarity breeds comfort. The more familiar you get with sharing your music at any opportunity, the easier it gets!
5. Holiday Music is the perfect moment to build your confidence as a piano player! Holidays are a great chance to share the joy of music because everyone around you is in the holiday spirit.
Plus, the focus is not on YOU, but the HOLIDAY itself! The holiday season is the perfect time to bring joy to those who can’t play or need encouragement!
Think of the good you are doing for others! Even if you have to do that virtually during the pandemic--sharing music is a win-win for yourself and others.
When you work on your focus on the music itself, you decrease your anxiety. Take the focus off of yourself. Stop thinking about your piano skill or level.
Start concentrating on being the messenger of the music. The bearer of music's message. The conduit for sharing the joy of musical immersion.
6. Play anything. If you don’t know any holiday music, share what you are learning right now! People don’t care what the music selection is. They just love hearing music.
Think about any of the times you have enjoyed hearing live music and how that made you feel! It could have been a live concert, recital, singing songs or listening to someone play the guitar or harmonica around a bonfire, hearing a kids’ chorus concert, or even a singer on a commercial.
The point is that it doesn’t matter what music you decide to share. Just play anything, even if it’s a simple song or scale. The sound of music in the air brings people closer together. Make that cause!
So let’s wrap-up these 6 tips on How To Boost Your Confidence As A Piano Player:
If you follow these 6 tips to share your piano music with others, not only will you brighten the holidays for others, but you will boost your confidence!
You can grow as a piano player! The more you challenge yourself as consistently as possible, the more enjoyment you will gain and the better your piano playing skills will become!
Drop a comment to me know if these tips inspire you to share your music!
Tell me what music you will share with others soon!
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
As a result of making repeated mistakes during piano practice sessions, many beginners to intermediate piano students experience frustration, beat themselves up, or even altogether quit piano. Don't do that! Read on to learn how to transform your piano mistakes into beautiful music...
MISTAKES ARE NOT YOUR ENEMY
But mistakes are not your enemy! Mistakes are one of the most helpful parts of learning! Your mistakes at the piano communicate to you that there is something you need to address.
Mistakes are your guide to learning how to practice the exact thing you need to improve. This specificity leads directly to your breakthrough to a new level of piano progress!
How To Transform Your Piano Mistakes Into Beautiful Music
If you are making the same mistakes over and over, the first thing to do is stop. Continuing to play the same mistakes will ingrain them into your muscle memory and your brain. So, stop practicing mistakes!
2. GO SLOW
Slow your practice to find the root of your mistakes. For beginners (though this still applies to intermediate and advanced players), the root issue of repetitive problems is usually practicing at a tempo that is too fast to control physically or mentally.
Either you play too fast to think about what you need to concentrate on. Or, you play too fast for your muscles to keep up. Often the problem is solved by simply practicing at a slower tempo.
3. GET TO THE ROOT
But sometimes, slowing down allows you to discover the real root of the problem. When you play slow enough, you free yourself to focus both physically and intellectually. Once you provide yourself with the mental and physical space to use this kind of concentration, you start revealing underlying issues.
For example, you may realize you have the wrong fingering or tension in your fingers, hands, arms, shoulders, or neck. You may discover you struggle with reading the notes on the page or are unclear about the rhythm in a passage.
4. PRACTICE THE TROUBLE ISSUE
Once you discover your specific problem, isolate that issue. Practice with that one goal in mind.
Evaluate your success. Do it again. If you can play something correctly three times in a row, choose the next issue and repeat this same practice routine.
5. EMBRACE *BEGINNER’S MIND*
Having a *beginner’s mind* is the best mindset! What is it about a beginner’s mindset that aids piano practice? Beginners want to learn and improve and are not impeded by their ego!
Beginners are led primarily by their curiosity. Beginners experiment. They question what went wrong. They wonder what comes next.
When you approach learning piano with a beginner's mind, you allow your ego to fall away. The inner critic or resistance that most adults battle is something that a beginner’s mind doesn’t have.
A beginner focuses on their journey from yesterday to today and from today to tomorrow. Beginners don’t compare themselves to where others are in the journey. They just tackle what’s right in front of them.
🎹Embrace your piano practice and celebrate your interest in improving at the piano!
🐣Adopt a beginner’s mind.
🐢 Take it slow enough to fully focus.
🥰 🎯 Forge a new appreciation for how your mistakes point out the direct pathway for your development as a piano player!
Let me know if this was helpful for you. Drop me a message or leave a comment to let me know what you most struggle with in your piano learning. If you are an advanced pianist or a piano teacher, share one of your favorite piano tips!
by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
My piano journey did not start smoothly. I started piano lessons at seven years old after begging my parents for a piano. My parents were not musically trained but appreciated music. They did not know what to look for in either a piano or a piano teacher. But they got a basic upright console piano and signed me up for a group piano class in a local activity center.
The teacher was old-school, and frankly, old. She had a long stick she used to smack students’ hands or fingers when they did not follow her exact directions during their turn at the piano.
My older sister was in the same class and already rebellious against this setting and teaching style. She was cutting jokes with other kids while I ignored all and devoured whatever music points were available.
I was immediately drawn to music for the incredible patterns, both visually and aurally. I completed that 6-month group class and bugged my parents to find another teacher.
Within a year or so, they found a fabulous graduate student at the local university. She was a vocal major but knew enough to get me started. She was compassionate and knowledgeable, guiding me quickly through my beginner material. But she only took me as far as she could and let my folks know our number was up.
This pattern of gaps between teachers continued for a few sporadic years in my youth. My parents landed me with another piano teacher who I studied with for 3 years during high school. That was the longest period of uninterrupted piano study I had before college.
She was also old school and a senior, but she at least kept me going with weekly assignments and a few counting and note-reading tips.
None of my piano teachers during my youth were great quality teachers. I’ve unfortunately learned that this is a common experience for many piano learners.
When I got to college, I determined to major in piano performance. But I received immediate criticism from the college piano educators who strictly told me I was in no way ready for the rigors of college piano study.
It was a bitter experience. I took it quite personally. I falsely interpreted the underlying message that I was not good enough as a piano player. It hurt my feelings and cut into my already minimal sense of confidence as a young person.
Fortunately, I later studied with some quality piano educators; especially after I moved to Florida to complete my music degree. One piano teacher impacted me the most; he taught me--for the first time--how to effectively practice the piano.
It was a game-changer. It made me realize how many piano ‘teachers’ do not prepare students for self-volition or continued momentum in piano progress. It took me YEARS to finally meet a quality piano educator who met me where I needed help.
I do not want you to go through anything like the heart-wrenching, confidence-depleting scenario that I did. That is why I’m offering my upcoming FREE Essential Piano Basics Masterclass inside my New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook group.
Knowing exactly what you need as foundational basics as well as an effective piano practice strategy will help you successfully start or return to the piano without wasting time and without the agonizing frustrations that I experienced.
The sad thing is that so many piano teachers, methods, or online tutorials do absolutely nothing to address these essential piano basics or effective piano practice.
Having taught piano for 30 years, I’ve seen the positive impact of these foundational basics and from having an effective piano practice strategy.
The Essential Piano Basics Masterclass is for you if you:
Hope to see you at my upcoming FREE Essential Piano Basics Masterclass inside my New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook group.
Leave a comment below to let me know if this was helpful and ask me any questions you have about your piano learning journey. I’d love to connect with you on our mutual love of the piano!
by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
I Have Exciting News!!! My Big Announcement!
I am excited to announce that I will be hosting my FREE 2-Day Essential Piano Basics Masterclass for New & Returning Piano Learners in the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group!
Drum roll, please…!!!
WHO MY Essential Piano Basics Masterclass IS FOR:
—You are in the right place today!
My FREE 2-Day Essential Piano Basics Masterclass for New and Returning Piano Learners will be inside my New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group!
The Masterclass and new Facebook Group will be a support for New and Returning Piano Learners. I will provide my tips for establishing a successful foundation for piano learning and continued piano progress!
The group will also be a place for New and Returning Piano Learners
And because I don't know everything-- my new group will also be a space for other piano experts to share tips, advice, and feedback.
Piano experts will also get a chance to share goods and services through weekly expert promo threads, GO LIVE within my group, and be featured to better support and answer questions from New and Returning Piano Learners!
My goals with both the upcoming Masterclass and the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group are to:
If you struggle with frustration from:
--I have good news for you!
My new Masterclass and New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group will help you break through all this and more!
Many piano students get stuck from not having the proper foundational basics set up. Others need to understand the key to effective piano practice habits.
I know your biggest goal as a new or returning piano learner is to experience the joys of consistent piano progress. You want to express music beautifully through your fluent piano playing skills!
And you can!
My FREE Masterclass for new and returning piano learners will get you set up for successful learning and continued momentum in piano progress!
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?To attend my upcoming 2-Day Essential Piano Basics Masterclass for New & Returning Piano Learners in the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group, you need to TAKE ACTION NOW:
1. Click here to sign up for the FREE Masterclass.
2. Make sure you join the New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group here and answer all 3 REQUIRED Questions!
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by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
In the above video, I make some cool announcements. I will be launching my new Facebook group and upcoming masterclass for new and returning piano learners!
As a pianist and composer of piano-based music, and with 30 years of piano and music teaching experience behind me, I know well the rich benefits and joy of piano playing.
There are plenty of online how-to methods, books, and piano pedagogical directions available. There are great piano teachers as well as subpar piano teachers. It’s a challenge to find the best way forward for those new or returning to learn the piano.
I am motivated to provide my new group for New & Returning Piano Learners because of the issues piano learners face. New, returning piano learners and many intermediate players share a desire for a successful start or a smoother return to piano-learning. They all want to keep pressing on to reap the rewards of piano progress.
My new group will open up a private space and community for new and returning piano learners to successfully start piano and keep breaking through to new levels of piano performance.
IS THE NEW GROUP & MASTERCLASS FOR YOU?
If you are someone who wants to learn the piano, return to it after an absence, or has a loved one interested in playing the piano, this group is for you, New & Returning Piano Learners. If you are an intermediate piano student, you will learn to overturn bad habits and make consistent progress in your piano practice sessions.
If you are a piano teacher interested, you are welcome to join my group. I will be hosting Q & A sessions to offer tips for group members. There will also be regular promo threads where you may share your books, online piano courses, or teaching studios!
The purpose of my new Facebook group is not to teach you how to play the piano in a step-by-step method. Instead, the group includes the foundational essentials for your successful start and continued piano progress. Many new and returning piano learners are unaware of these basics and run into frustration. Sadly, this often leads to giving up, thinking that the cause is a lack of talent. That is not true! The truth is that you need some essentials as a foundation for your piano success.
THE NEW GROUP AND MASTERCLASS ARE NOT FOR YOU IF...
My new group and Masterclass are NOT for advanced pianists or composers. If you are an advanced player, you have mastered the foundational aspects for continued piano progress. Bravo to you!
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT & HOW TO GET STARTED
I’ll be hosting a Masterclass for New & Returning Piano Learners in my new group in April. Watch this space for more details in my upcoming LIVES!
To join my new group and learn more about my upcoming April Masterclass For New & Returning Piano Learners, click the button below and answer all three REQUIRED Questions. Before my Masterclass launches, I will admit all new members who have completed the admission questions. Once you become a group member, you will get updates about my upcoming masterclass and how you can gain the most from the new community for new and returning piano learners.
Please invite others who will benefit from this info and conversation—feel free to share this video or tag a friend by typing her/his name in the comments below.
*Launching soon with a FREE Masterclass! WATCH THIS SPACE*
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Join New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook group by clicking the button below!
by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
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Latest Piano Tips
Launching My First Ebook
Learn How To Play Piano
Learn How To Play Piano As An Adult
Learn How To Practice Them Effectively
Learn How To Think
Learn How To Transform Your Piano Mistakes Into Beautiful Music
Learning A New Language
Learning Bach’s Prelude 1 In C Major
Learning Music Aurally
Learning Piano As A Late Bloomer
Learning Piano Benefits Aging
Learning Piano Can Even Benefit You Physically
Learning Piano Enhances Auditory Working Memory
Learning Piano Fights Against Hearing Loss
Learning Piano Fingering
Learning Piano For The First Time
Learning Piano Makes You Smarter
Learning Something New
Learning Something New Or Challenging
Learning Something New Or Challenging Takes Effort
Learning The Piano
Learning To Be Creative
Learning To Try New Things
Learn Piano Video
Learn Piano While Juggling Daily Responsibilities
Learn To Balance The Rewards Of Playing Something That’s Easier For You With The Effort Needed To Challenge The Next Musical Goal
Learn To Evaluate Your Performance
Learn To Play Piano
Left And Right Hand Coordination
Level Of Musicianship Or Piano Skills
Listening To Music
Listening To Quality Musical Recordings Of The Music You Are Learning
Listening While Reading Along In Your Musical Notation
Listen To Recordings Of Others To Improve Your Aural Recap Of The Music
Listen To The Other Piano Players
Listen To Your Music Played By An Artist While Reading Along In Your Musical Notation
Live A More Inspired And Balanced Quality Of Life.
Local Music Stores
Local Piano Recitals Or Concerts
Local Piano Teachers
Lonely Piano Player
Look Forward To More Time At The Piano
Looking At The Musical Notation
Looking For Beta Readers!
Looking To Start Piano Lessons
Losing Momentum In Your Piano Advancement When You Cannot Physically Play The Instrument
Love For Music Learning
Lowers Performance Anxiety
Lower Your Performance Anxiety
Maintaining Piano Momentum While Away From A Keyboard Instrument
Make Faster And Better Piano Progress
Make Piano Progress
Make Progress With Learning Piano
Make The Best Piano Keyboard Choice
Making A Plan Prioritizes Piano Practice
Making It Easier To Do With Preparation
Making Mistakes At The Piano
Manageable Chunks For Daily Piano Practice
Many People [will Want] To Start Piano Studies After Reading [this] Ebook
Masterclass For Piano
Masterclass For Piano Learners
Master Every Note
Meet The Author
Meet Your Weekly Music Practice Goals
Merits Of Music Study
Mindful Connection To Musical Expression
Mindfulness At Piano
Mindful Piano Practice
Mindful Practice At The Piano
Mini-tutorial On Natural
Mini-tutorial On The Circle Of 5ths
Mistakes At The Piano Communicate To You That There Is Something You Need To Address
More Successful Piano Practice Results
Most Important Aspects Of Effective Piano Practice
Most Important Things To Look For In A Piano Teacher
Motivate Your Piano Practice
Move Forward On A Piano Journey Of Growth And Artistic Expression
Musical Learning Experience
Musical Training Improves The Cognitive Reserve In Aging Adults
Music And Piano Teaching
Music And Piano Teaching Career
Music For The Audience
Music For Young Learners
Music Notation Software
Music Teachers National Association
Music Teaching Experience
Music Versus Ego Focus
My Best Piano Tips
My Best Tips On How To Practice Piano
My Best Tips On How To Practice Piano Effectively
My Best Tips On How To Practice Piano Part 1
My First Piano Teacher
My Piano Practice Session
Name The Notes As You Play
National Piano Guild
Need A Refresher On Learning The Major Scales And Figuring Out The Sharps And Flats Of Key Signatures?
Need Help Getting Your Practice Going
Negative Musical Experiences
Nervousness Can Become Positive When You Direct It
New And Returning Piano Learners
New And Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group
New Ebook Author
New Ebook Launch
New Facebook Group & Masterclass For New & Returning Piano Learners!
New Levels Of Piano Performance
New Or Returning Piano Learner
New Or Returning Piano Learners
New Piano Ebook
New Piano Ebook Launch
New Piano Sheet Music
New & Returning Adult Piano Learners
New & Returning Piano Learners
New & Returning Piano Learners Facebook Group
News For Piano Learners
No Creative Energy
No Flashy Piano Technique
No Improvement Of Piano Skills
No Nonsense Advice For New And Returning Piano Learners
No-nonsense Advice For New And Returning Piano Learners
Non Stop Tempo
Not Being Able To Play Piano Due To Pain
Nurture Your Self-care
Nurturing Your Creativity And Inspiration
Nurturing Your Creativity And Inspiration Through Positive Self-care
Nurturing Your Creativity & Inspiration
Obstacles To Learning Piano
One Easy Piano Tip That Can Help You Ease Back Into The Groove Of Piano Practice
One Handed Piano Practice
One Handed Repertoire
One On One Piano Learning
One-on-one Piano Learning
One On One Piano Teaching
One-on-one Piano Teaching
Online How-to Play The Piano Methods
Online Piano Learning
Online Piano Lessons
Online Piano Students
Only Play Things That Are Simple
Or Any Aspect You Want Feedback About
Or Do To Begin Piano?
Original Piano Sheet Music
Or Return To The Piano Here!
Or Simply A Few Beautiful Chords
Or The Form Of The Whole Piece
Overcome Mistakes In Your Piano Playing
Overcome Performance Anxiety
Overcome Self-limited Thinking Patterns
Overcome Stage Fright
Overwhelmed By Piano Practice
Ownership Of Their Music
Pandemic Is A Source Of Angst And Frustration
Perfect Gift For Anyone Interested In Piano Playing
Perfect Holiday Gift
Perfect Holiday Gift For A Musician
Perfect Holiday Music Gift
Perfection As A Piano Player
Performance Anxiety Is A Common Challenge Faced By Musicians Of All Levels
Performance Practice Helps Us Conquer Nervousness
Performance Practice Trains Us To Focus On The Music Instead Of Our Ego
Perform Something Easy And Familiar To You
Physical And Mental Rewards
Physical And Mental Rewards Of Music Learning
Physical And Mental Rewards Of Piano Playing
Pianist And Composer
Pianist And Composer Of Piano Based Music
Pianist And Composer Of Piano-based Music
Pianist Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Pianist Tommy Doyle
Piano And Music Teacher
Piano And Vocal Scholarships
Piano As An Adult
Piano-based Original Music
Piano Basics Ebook
Piano Beginner Group
Piano Composer Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Piano Composing Tips
Piano Course Creator
Piano Discipline Is Something That Will Naturally Be Forged Over Time
Piano Ebook Launch
Piano Ebook Update
Piano For Pure Enjoyment
Piano Hand Coordination
Piano Insights And Tips
Piano Instruction For Seniors
Piano Is An Amazing Hobby
Piano Is The Best
Piano Is The Best First Musical Instrument To Learn
Piano Learner Group
Piano Learning For Adults
Piano Learning For Busy Adults
Piano Learning Is All About Embracing Your Unique Journey
Piano Learning Style And Personality
Piano Or Music Apps
Piano Or Music Apps For Supplemental Aid
Piano Pedagogical Directions
Piano Performance Practice
Piano Performance Tips
Piano Player Resources
Piano Players Of Fast Passages
Piano Players Struggle With Frustration From Blocked Musical Progress
Piano Players Struggle With Frustration From Financial Pain
Piano Players Struggle With Frustration From Hitting Plateaus
Piano Players Struggle With Frustration From Musical Boredom
Piano Players Struggle With Frustration From Physical Pain
Piano Playing Can Be Accomplished With A Fast
Piano Playing Resources
Piano Playing Tips
Piano Practice Accountability
Piano Practice Blog
Piano Practice Challenge
Piano Practice Goal
Piano Practice Goals
Piano Practice Habits
Piano Practice Motivation
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Piano Practice Rewards
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Piano Practice Sessions
Piano Practice Strategy
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Piano Practice Tips For Beginners
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Piano Practice Tips For Stage Fright
Piano Practice Tips From A Piano Teacher
Piano Practice Tracker
Piano Practice Tricks
Piano Practice When Away From The Keyboard
Piano Practice When You Can't Play
Piano Practice With Injury
Piano Progress During A Pandemic
Piano Progress Is A Perfect Remedy To Stress
Piano Quality Varies Dramatically
Piano Sheet Music
Piano Skill Level
Piano Study Has Proven Additional Impact On Academics And Learned Discipline For Children
Piano Study Reduces Pain
Piano Teacher Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Piano Teacher Perspective
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Piano Tips And Tricks
Piano Tips Blog
Piano Tips For Beginners
Piano Tips For New And Returning Piano Learners
Piano Tips For New Piano Learners
Piano Tips From Your Peers To Get You Motivated For Your Progress!
Piano Tips Replay
Piano Tips Video
Piano Tips Youtube
Piano Tracker Or Practice To Do List In Order And Ready Waiting For You On The Keyboard
Piano Tutorial Video
Piano Video Tips
Play Both Hands Together
Played A Wrong Note
Played Piano For 30 Years
Playing All The Correct Notes
Playing All The Music You Enjoy
Playing And Teaching Piano
Playing A Real Piano
Playing At A Tempo Too Fast
Playing Music At A Slower Than Usual Tempo
Playing Music That Is Familiar
Playing Music Without Thinking
Playing Piano Decreases Aches And Pains
Playing Piano For Pure Enjoyment
Playing Piano Has Incredibly Positive Effects On Your Mood And Emotional Well-being
Playing Piano Helps Prevent Hearing Loss
Playing Piano Is A Beautiful Way To Nurture Your Self-care
Playing Piano Is A Powerfully Therapeutic Tool
Playing Piano Is For Anyone
Playing Piano Is For Everybody
Playing Piano Is Something Anyone Can Learn
Playing Piano Rises To Fill The Need For Spiritual Connection And Emotional Expression
Playing Piano Slows Deterioration
Playing Piano Successfully
Playing Piano With A Metronome
Playing The Correct Dynamics
Playing The Correct Fingering
Playing The Musical Passage Mistake-free
Playing Through The Passage With Correct Fingering
Play It Again An Amateur Against The Impossible
Play Piano For Enjoyment
Play Piano Successfully
Play Piano Using Both Hands
Play Piano With Both Hands
Play Piano With Confidence
Play Slowly Enough To Completely Master Each Aspect Of The Music
Play The Fingering Correctly
Play The Musical Passage
Play The Piano Regularly
Play The Same Mistake
Play Through Musical Passages
Play Through Your Musical Section At A Much Reduced Speed
Play With A Steady Beat
Play With Proper Fingering
Play With Proper Finger Touch
Play With Proper Hand Motion
Positive Support Or Feedback For Your Piano Learning Experience
Posture And Hand Position For Beginner Piano Students
Powerful Tool For Self-esteem
Practical Guidance On What And How To Take Action Toward Getting Your Piano Journey Started
Practice Each Goal
Practice Envisioning Your Piano Performance
Practice My Original Music And Neglect My Classical Piano Pieces
Practice Piano Consistently
Practice Piano Effectively
Practice Piano Every Day
Practicing Piano At A Slower Tempo
Practicing Piano Can Actually Be Fun
Practicing Piano Can Be A Lonely Road.
Practicing Piano Effectively
Practicing Piano Is Important To You
Practicing Piano With Clear Goals
Practicing Piano With One Goal
Practicing Your Mistakes
Prepare In Advance
Prepare Well By Practicing The Selection Often
Prepare Your Child’s Piano Learning
Preventing Hearing Loss
Previously Mastered Piece
Private Piano Instructors
Private Piano Teaching Studio
Productive Musical Learning Experience
Professional Pianist And Composer Of Piano Based Music
Professional Pianist And Composer Of Piano-based Music
Proficiency At Piano
Progress As A Musician
Progress As A Piano Player
Progress In Piano
Progress In Playing Piano
Progress In Playing Piano Successfully
Progress Starts With Getting Yourself At The Piano Keyboard
Proper Foundational Basics For Piano
Public Performance Target Dates
Purchasing A Piano Or Digital Keyboard
Putting Yourself In Your Book
Put Together Musicals
Quality Of A Keyboard Instrument
Quality Piano Teacher
Questions About How To Find A Piano Teacher
Questions About Piano
Questions About Successful Piano Learning
Quick Piano Tips
Quitting Piano Lessons
Reaching Writing Goals
Really Want To Play Piano
Reap The Rewards Of Piano Progress
Reason To Buy A Good Piano
Recognize That Piano Progress Does Not Just Happen At The Piano
Recommended Piano Resources
Recommended Resources For Aspiring Piano Players
Reduce Risk Of Dementia
Reducing Aches And Pains That Come With Age
Regular Practice Routine
Regular Practice Schedule
Regular Progress In PIano
Relying On Physical Muscle Memory In Piano
Remembering The Melodic Phrasing
Repeated Mistakes At Piano
Repeated Piano Mistakes
Repeating The Same Piece Across Multiple Performance Practice Sessions Is A Powerful Method For Experiencing Substantial Improvement In Your Performance Comfort
Replenish Your Energy
Research On Piano Study
Research On Piano Study Also Shows It Develops And Prolongs Memory
Resource For Those Who Are Returning To Piano After A Gap
Resource For Those Who: Want To Learn Piano
Resources For Piano Methods
Retired And Are Looking For Rewarding Things To Do
RETIRED PIANO TEACHER
Returning To Piano
Returning To Piano After A Long Gap
Returning To Piano Lessons
Returning To The Piano After A Time Gap
Revising My Book
Revising The Book
Reward Your Piano Practice
REWARD Yourself Within 2 Minutes Of Completing A Piano Practice Goal
Rewriting A Book
Rich Benefits And Joy Of Piano Playing
Risk Having A Complete Memory Lapse
Safe Place To Express Yourself
Schedule It In Your Daily Routine
Schedule Routine For Piano Practice
See My Practice Session With The Bach Piece
See Up Close And Personal What Goes On In My Practice Routine
Selected Musical Passage
Self-care As A Way Of Life
Self-Care Is The Source Of Your Muse
Self-imposed Writer Retreat
Seniors Learning To Play Piano
Set A Metronome
Set The Metronome
Set Weekly Piano Practice Routine
Share Your Love For The Piano
Share Your Piano Goals And Struggles
Share Your Piano Playing
Share Your Piano Progress Or A Piano Practice Tip
Sharing My Book Writing Process
Sharing The Joy Of Musical Immersion
Showing Up On Your Piano Bench No Matter What.
Sight-reading At Piano
Simply Playing Piano For Pure Enjoyment
Sit At The Proper Height When At Your Keyboard
Slowing The Tempo
Slow Piano Practice
Slow Tempo Piano Practice
Slow Tempo Practice
Small Step Toward The Bigger Issue Of Performance Anxiety
Smoother Piano Playing
Solid Foundation For Your Continued Success At Piano Playing
Solidify Your Piano Practice Habit
Solidify Your Successful Piano Practice Routine
Someone Coming At The Piano With Some Trepidation
Something Anyone Can Learn
So You Are Motivated To Establish A Regular Piano Practice Routine?
Sparking Creative Energy
Spiritual Connection And Emotional Expression
Starting At Different Places Within The Music Helps You Think In More Detail
Start Music Lessons
Start Piano Ebook On Amazon
Start Piano Lessons
Start Piano Right
Start Piano Studies
"Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning!"
"Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning."
Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning
Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning!
Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning.
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Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning By Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning Ebook
Start Piano: What You Need For Successful Learning Ebook Available On Amazon Books
Start Piano With Everything Needed For Successful Learning
Start With One Goal
Staying Engaged With Music In New Ways
Stop Making Mistakes At The Piano
Strengthen Your Piano Practice Routine As A Consistent
Structuring Piano Routine
Structuring Your Piano Routine
Struggle With Stage Fright
Successfully Learn Piano
Successfully Play Piano
Successfully Play Through Your Passage
Successfully Start Piano
Successful Music Progress
Successful Or Greater Momentum For Piano Progress
Successful Piano Education
Successful Piano Learning
Successful Piano Learning And Effective Piano Practice
Successful Piano Lessons
Successful Piano Practice Results
Successful Piano Progress
Successful Piano Study
Super Metronome Groove Box App
Support For Adult Piano Beginner
Support For New And Returning Piano Learners
Supporting You In Your Successful Piano-learning Journey
Supportive Community Is Where We Share Our Struggles
Supportive Peer Feedback To Help You Breakthrough To A New Level In Your Piano Playing Skills
Support Piano Beginners
Take A Step Back To Evaluate The Problem
Take Care Of Yourself First
Take The Leap Of Faith In Yourself
Taking Piano Lessons As An Older Adult
Tame The Stage-anxiety Beast
Tap Your Creative Flow
Tap Your Creativity
Teach How To Play Piano
Teaching Piano For More Than 30 Years
Technology Can Make Things Easier
Temporary Injury Or Chronic Pain
The Advice You Need To Start Learning Piano Successfully
The Benefits Of Piano
The Best Way To Successfully Start Or Maintain Piano Progress
The Combination Of These Opposing Approaches In The Piano Practice Session Can Be Really Helpful Toward Piano Progress.
The Essence Of Successful Piano Progress
The Importance Of Consistent
The Importance Of Mindfulness And Breath
The Importance Of Mindfulness And Breath In Piano Practice
The Interconnected Ocean Of Self-care
The Key To Continuous Piano Progress
The Number One Key Element For Improving Your Piano Playing Skills
The Perfect Holiday Gift For Anyone Interested In Piano Playing
The Rewards Of Playing Piano
The Way You Spend Your Piano Practice
This Is A Good Resource
Three Ways To Ignite Your Creative Inspiration: Collaboration
Tip #1 From The Ebook What You Need To Know
Tip #2 From The Ebook What You Need To Know
Tip #3 What You Need To Know Have And Do To Start Piano Right! Ebook
Tips And Ideas To Get Positive And Helpful Peer Feedback On Your Piano Progress
Tips For Establishing Your Successful Piano Practice Routine
Tips For Handling Stage Fright
Tips For Left And Right Hand Coordination
Tips For Left And Right Hand Coordination At The Piano
TIPS FOR LEFT & RIGHT HAND COORDINATION
Tips For Stage Fright
Tips For Starting Piano Right
Tips On Composing For Piano
Tips On Developing Piano Technique
Tips On How To Boost Your Confidence As A Piano Player
Tips On How To Practice Piano
Tips On What To Look For When Opting For Online Self-study Methods
TOMMY DOYLE's Piano Corner
Too Old To Start Piano
Too Old To Start Piano Lessons
Toward Greater Musical Progress
Tracking The Days You Practice The Piano
Track Piano Progress
Track Your Piano Practice
Train Your Brain
Transform Stage Fright
Transform Stage Fright Into Supportive Energy For Your Successful Performance
Transform Stage-fright Into Supportive Energy For Your Successful Performance
Tricks Or Gimmicks To Learn Piano
Tricks Or Gimmicks To Learn Piano Faster
Tricks Or Gimmicks To Learn Piano Faster Than Before
Troubleshooting As Piano Practice
Troubleshooting In Piano
Troubleshooting Is One Of The Most Effective Ways To Attack Piano Progress
Troubleshooting Piano Practice
Trying A New Cuisine
Trying New Things
Try This New Thing
Try This New Thing.
Try To RECALL Your Music While Waiting
Tuesday Piano Tips LIVE
Understand The Music Better
University Of South Florida
Unlock Your Full Musical Potential
Upcoming Ebook Is The Perfect Holiday Gift For Anyone Interested In Piano Playing!
Use Competition With Others To Boost Your Piano Practice Routine
Use Competition With Yourself To Boost Your Piano Practice Routine
Use Incremental Performance Strategies Like Recording Your Piano Performance As A Practice!
Use Incremental Short Periods Of Piano Practice With A Focused Effort On Trouble Spots
Use Of Both Sides Of The Brain
Use These Tips To Make A Piano Practice Habit Stick And Win Over Your Inner Weakness Or Resistance.
USE TRANSITIONS FOR LEARNING & MEMORIZING MUSIC
Using A Piano Practice Tracker As A Reward System
Using Creativity To Harmonize With Others
Using Metronome In Piano Practice
Using Music As A Way Of Community-building And Fun
Using Piano Or Music Apps For Supplemental Aid
Using The Correct Fingering As Soon As Possible Speeds Up Our Learning Process And Results In Smoother
Using The Dynamics
Using The Pedal
Value Of A Piano
Value Of Music As A Communication Method
Very Small Step You Take Brings You Closer To Your Fullest Musical Potential
Video Tips For Piano
Visual And Mental Preparation
Wanting To Learn Piano
Want To Learn Piano
Want To Play Piano
Want To Play Piano But Don't Know The Best Way To Successfully Start Or Maintain Piano Progress
Want To Try Learning Piano For The First Time
Want Your Child To Learn Piano
Warding Off Hearing Loss
Wasted Time At The Piano
Ways To Develop Self-care
Ways To Practice Away From The Piano
Ways To Track Piano Progress
Well Rounded Musical Education
Well-rounded Musical Education
What Do You Need To Know
What Do You Need To Know
What Do You Need To Know Have Or Do To Begin Piano?
What Instrument Is Best To Start Piano
What Is The #1 Key To Your Piano Progress?
What Keyboard Do I Need
What Keyboard Do I Need For Piano
What Keyboard Do I Need For Piano Lessons
What Keyboard Do I Need For Successful Piano Lessons?
What Keyboard To Get For Piano Lessons
What Keyboard You Need To Start Piano
What Kind Of Keyboard
What Kind Of Keyboard Do I Need For Piano
What Kind Of Keyboard Is Necessary
What Kind Of Keyboard To Buy
What Kind Of Keyboard To Get
What Kind Of Keyboard To Get For Piano Lessons
What Kind Of Keyboard You Need To Play Piano
What Kind Of Keyboard You Need To Start Piano
What Kind Of Keyboard You Need To Start Piano And Where To Find It
What Piano Books Do I Need
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT MY EBOOK:
What Should You Do If You Keep Messing Up At The Piano?
What’s Most Critical To Setup For Successful Piano Learning
What’s Most Important About Your Musical Experience
What’s Needed For A Successful Start To Piano Learning
What’s Working In Your Piano Learning Journey
What To Do About Piano Practice When You Have An Injury
What To Do If You Keep Messing Up At The Piano
What To Do Next
What To Do Next If You're Interested In Learning Piano
What To Look For In A Piano Teacher
What To Look For When Opting For Online Self-study Piano Methods
What Went Well At The Piano
What You Need To Begin Piano
"WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
"What You Need To Know
"What You Need To Know
What You Need To Know
What You Need To Learn Piano
What You Need To Start Piano The Right Way
What You Want To Achieve As A Piano Player
When Buying A Keyboard Or An Acoustic Piano
Where Piano Students Get Stuck
Where The Musical Magic Really Happens
Where There Are No Words
Whether Online Tools For Piano Learning Are Valuable
Whether You Need And How To Find A Good Piano Teacher
Who Is The Essential Piano Basics Masterclass For And What Can You Expect?
Who Needs A Piano Teacher
Why Repetition And Consistency Matters To Your Brain: And For Your Piano Learning Success
Why The Piano Is The Best First Musical Instrument To Learn
Why You Should Start Piano
WHY You Want To Play Piano
Winning Wednesday Performance Practice
Winning Wednesday Performance Practice.
Wish You Had More Positive Support Or Feedback For Your Piano Learning Experience?
Wonderful Piano-playing Journey
Word Of Mouth
Work On Your Focus On The Music Itself
Would You Be My BETA READER?
Writers And Composers To Educators
Writing Music On Piano
Years Of Teaching And Playing Piano
You Can Learn Piano
You Can Learn Piano No Matter What You Think
You Can Safely Continue Strengthening Your Musical Skills.
You Decrease Your Anxiety
Your Best Piano Learning Journey
Your Breakthrough To A New Level Of Piano Progress
Your Child’s Piano Learning
YourCreativeChord's Free Piano Practice Tracker
You’re A Musician Who Wants To Add Keyboards To Your Music Or Compositions
Your Fullest Musical Potential
Your Future Success
Your Musical Journey
Your Physical Muscles Remember The Music
Your Piano-playing Journey
Your Piano Playing Skills
Your Piano Practice Routine
Your Piano Progress
Your Piano Progress Will Rapidly Improve
Your Piano Skills
Your Piano Teacher
Your Reward Repertoire At The End Of Each Piano Practice Session
Your Sense Of Accomplishment
Your Sense Of Accomplishment Transforms Your Outlook On Your Future Success
Youtube Piano Tips
Youtube Piano Video
YouTube Piano Videos
You’ve Always Wanted To Learn Piano