Tuesday, July 12, 2005

New Piano Lesson Podcast

The Introductory Lesson Podcast

This lesson explains how we categorize piano students into Level Ones, Level Twos, and Level Threes.
You will learn:
    the first part of a Hanon exercise
    introduction to the blues form
    introduction to chord substitutions

You can download this manually by clicking on the title above (The Introductory Lesson Podcast) to stream the audio feed to your computer.

Or you can download the file and save it on your hard drive by right clicking on the title above (Windows) or option-clicking on it (Mac).

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We welcome your comments concerning this podcast piano lesson, as it's the only way we know we are giving you the information you need.

Link to podcast.


Blogger aptLife said...

Excellent Idea!
Learn-Piano-in-a-Day methods are a dime a dozen, so when I came across Robert Laughlin's "method" of piano teaching several years ago, I passed on the material because of the lack of audio samples. However, I listened to this podcast and was quite impressed. I am going to use the next few podcasts to decide whether or not to invest in this method. Great Job! I look forward to the next podcast. Thanks!

4:26 PM  
Blogger Denise Rosier said...

This is a great podcast. It looks like there hasn't been in update in a year. I hope you haven't abandoned it. Great lessons, good pacing, pleasant speaking voice.

I hope to hear more, and I hope to find a workshop in Southern California soon!

1:48 PM  
Blogger MusicHorizon Pty Ltd said...

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