Learn to play piano while in lockdown

Start honing your piano skills with the online course Pianoforall

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Have you always wanted to learn to play the piano but didn’t have the time? Well, the ongoing coronavirus lockdown may just be the perfect moment to start honing your piano skills.

With several piano courses now available online, you don’t really need to go out of the house and meet up with a piano teacher. You just need a piano or a keyboard, a computer or any mobile device, and an online course that you have to complete.

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One of the most recommended piano courses available online is Pianoforall. Created by Robin Hall, the course has helped over 250,000 students around the world achieve their dream of playing beautiful piano for over a decade. Designed for teenagers and adults, Pianoforall is an amazing series of step-by-step lessons designed to take complete beginners to an intermediate level faster than any other method.

The course starts with popular rhythm-style piano, which is featured prominently in a ton of popular music, including songs by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Billy Joel, Barry Manilow, Lionel Richie, Coldplay, Norah Jones, and others. Course-takers are then introduced to ballad style, blues, jazz, ragtime, improvisation, and creating their own melodies. Students are also guaranteed to learn how to read music, “play-by-ear,” and eventually play some timeless classical pieces.

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Pianoforall is comprised of nine interactive e-books: Book 1 – Party Time/Play By Ear/Rhythm Piano, Book 2 – Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll,  Book 3 – Chord Magic, Book 4 –  Advanced Chords Made Easy, Book 5 – Ballad Style, Book 6 – Jazz Piano Made Easy, Book 7 – Advanced Blues and Fake Stride, Book 8 – Taming the Classics,  and Book 9 – Speed Learning. All in all, the e-book series contains 200 videos and 500 audio lessons, which course-takers can access even if they’re offline.

You can get the complete Pianaforall course for a one-time payment of $39.