If you’re like most people, you probably don’t have a great idea of how to actually play piano.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
This week’s technical drafting lessons from Axios are here to help.
Axios technical drafting masterclass, episode 17 – “The Best of The Best” (2017)1.
“How to Play Piano on a Technical Drafting Class” by Alex GartnerThe technical drafting program is a long-term commitment and a great way to learn about the art of piano.
It’s also an invaluable tool for students who aren’t already comfortable with the instrument.
If you don’t know how to read music, this is a great refresher course.
Learn to read the piano, pick up a few keys and start learning!2.
“Why Are There So Many Piano Lessons on the Internet?” by John HirschJohn Hirsch is the founder and director of the Institute of Contemporary Music and the publisher of The Piano Magazine.
His articles are widely syndicated.
Listen to this episode of Axios to learn more about the history of technical drafting and to get more out of the piano.3.
“Piano Is a Form of Musical Expression” by Michael KoehnMichael Koehenn is the author of Piano: An Essay on the Nature of Music.
He is also a professor of musical theory at Columbia University.
Listen here to learn the history and philosophy behind the piano in your life.4.
“What Is Musical Expression?” by Tom WaitsTom Waits is an American pianist, composer, and educator.
His songs are widely used as music instruction in schools.
His new album, Songs of the Summer, was released in April 2018.5.
“The Art of Playing Piano” by James BrownJames Brown is an actor, singer, songwriter, and producer.
His hits include, “I’ll Never Let You Down,” “Dancing in the Street,” and “I Got the Feeling.”
Listen here for a lesson about how to learn piano.6.
“Playing the Piano to Write” by Charles MingusCharles Mingus is an author, pianist and composer.
He died in 1966.
Listen now to hear how to improve your piano playing.7.
“Learn to Play the Piano” and “How To Play Piano” – Part 2″How to Learn to Play” is an introductory course that teaches you how to do the basic fundamentals of playing the piano for a beginner.
It includes exercises, music theory, music notation, and a brief lesson on the piano’s sound.
The course covers the basic concepts of music theory and music notation.
This is a short, short lesson and does not take a long time to complete.
If this sounds like something you’re looking for, you can get it from the free Adobe Acrobat reader.8.
“Play Piano to Read the Piano, Part 2: The Beginning” by Peter BrötzmannPeter Brötzelmann is a music composer, conductor, and composer of classical music.
Listen in this episode to hear what he has to say about learning to read a book.9.
“A Practical Introduction to the Art of Piano” is by Ben BrannenBen Brannan is a composer, performer, and songwriter.
Listen on to learn all the things you need to know about piano music and learn how it is made.10.
“Do You Need to Learn Piano?
Or How to Play It Better?” by Stephen SondheimStephen Sondheimer is an English classical musician and author.
Listen and learn to see if you’re ready to make a change.
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