Easy keyboard lessons for beginners


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Learn how to play 10 easy keyboard songs even if you are a complete beginner and cannot read musical score.

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Easy keyboard lessons for beginners

  1. 1. EASY KEYBOARD LESSONS FOR BEGINNERSAre you passionate about music and dream about how you would like to play keyboard one day?Do you sit and listen to keyboard players and musicians on holiday and imagine being able to do thesame, and have you noticed the smile that music puts on people’s faces. It naturally createshappiness, and everybody feels great after listening and dancing to music.Everybody has to start somewhere, and it may seem daunting at first with where to start and how toapproach the keyboard but once you get into the swing of things you will be absolutely fine, andwonder to yourself why you didn’t start it years ago!Keyboard can bring so much into your life, and having the opportunity to actually play your owninstrument is one of the best gifts anybody could give you. It is exciting, fun, and there is always anew challenge around the corner.It can open up endless opportunities for you, is a great hobby, and profession if you decided topursue music as a career.There is nothing better than getting home from a busy day at the office and taking yourself over toyour keyboard and switching off from the stress and rush of busy lives.It is a great stress reliever and is so nice to sit at the keyboard playing your favourite songs andsinging along.Equally it’s nice to have new challenges and this is something that playing keyboard can bring, asthere is always something new to learn and for your to channel your energy.After practising even for short periods you will be amazed by how great you feel afterwards and thebuzz you get from playing your own music!To make the most out of your practice sessions, always remember the following each time you go toyour keboard: -  Make sure your posture is correct, and ensure you chair is the right height for you. Your arms aren’t too far away but equally not to close. You need to sit at ninety degrees. Keep your shoulders and wrists relaxed at all times.  Make sure you warm up with some scales and that your fingers are curled. Imagine you are picking up a tennis ball or a drink, this is the position your hands need to be when placed on the keyboard.  Set out a daily practice plan and stick to this. Then at weekends when you have more time, have a morning of covering all your favourite pieces and scales.
  2. 2. It can take many years of practice to reach the standard to be able play your own one hour songrepertoire on piano or keyboard.But what if there was a simple method that could show any beginner how to do it in just 12 days?Find out how it’s done...Easy Keyboard Lessons