What technology gives teachers the ability to improve their sight and hearing a thousand-fold and students the ability to learn faster than ever? No, it's not a reboot of "The 6 Million Dollar Man"...it's a technology called "Asynchronous Pedagogy".
If typical arpeggios make the piano sound like a harp, "wavy arpeggios" sound like sparkling chandeliers - an awesome effect to learn and sound dazzling on the piano!
I might be wrong, but as far as I can tell, these may very well be the world's first piano lessons on how to play "Clair de lune" through Instagram.
Would you like to unlock the secrets of what makes music work the way it does to move our hearts? The key to begin unlocking those secrets begins with learning your scales.
"Sight Reading" is probably one of the most useful - and most neglected - skills that any pianist at any level needs to have. So how do you learn how to sight read piano music?
Ever since I was a kid, I've loved improvising movie themes on the piano. Here's my take on the main theme from "Man Of Steel" by Hans Zimmer.