Pop piano course for beginner pianists
This course aims to teach complete beginners on the piano how to play pop songs on the piano. In this course you will learn the basics of piano, which will give you the skills you need to learn songs by reading a lead sheet: a common musical notation used in pop music.
By the end of this course you will be able to interpret simple melody lines on the score, navigate the keyboard, and read basic chord symbols and how to play triads and broken chords which will allow you to improvise with simple harmonies.
What you'll get
What is included in this course and what you will learn
What we cover
Below are the breakdown of this course, module by module, with videom previews
Getting to know the basics
Lesson 1 : Your Keyboard and Posture
Lesson 2 : Reading notes
Lesson 3 : Time
Lesson 4 : Rhythmic Exercises
Lesson 5 : Key Signatures and Accidentals
Your First Tune
Lesson 1: Simple Melodies
Lesson 2: Fingering Part 1
Lesson 3: Fingering Part 2
Lesson 4: Keys and Scales
Lesson 5: Melody Playing
Lesson 1: Introduction to Harmony
Lesson 2: Playing the Bass
Lesson 3: Forming Triads
Lesson 4: Playing Triads
Lesson 5: Block Chord Accompaniment
Playing with Harmony
Lesson 1: Introduction to Broken Chords
Lesson 2: 1-5-8, 1-5-10
Lesson 3: Coordination Exercises
Lesson 4: Songs with Broken Chords
Lesson 5: Create your Own Broken Chords
From the age of 19, Alwyn began his teaching career at Cristofori Music School, and has continued to teach piano at various music schools ever since. Having graduated with an honors degree in Electrical Engineering, Alwyn is keen to combine his passion for music and education, together with his desire for leveraging technology, to redefine music education here at Liberty Park Music.
Access to all the lessons. First 30 days for free.
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Liberty Park Music (LPM) is an online music school. We teach music through videos and supporting materials like homework assignments and backing tracks. Currently, we offer lessons on piano, guitar, drums, and music theory. We will introduce more instruments, subjects, and services in the future to give you even more choices.
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