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White Key Names

Piano Basics

Lesson 1Layout of Piano Keys
Lesson 2Names of White Keys
Lesson 3Names of Black Keys
Lesson 4Piano Grand Staff
Lesson 5Music Notation – Note Durations

Treble C hi label

Treble E hi label

Treble D hi label

Beginner Piano

Lesson 6Learn Song, “Brother John”
Lesson 7London Bridge is Falling Down
Lesson 8Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Lesson 9Playing the Major Chord
Lesson 10Three Primary Chords
Lesson 1112 Bar Blues Chord Progression
Lesson 1212 Keys of Music
Lesson 13Major Scale
Lesson 14Intervals
Lesson 15Chords of the Major Scale
Lesson 16Circle of Fifths
Lesson 17Chord Inversions
Lesson 18Double Chord Pattern
Lesson 19Broken Chord Pattern
Lesson 20Arpeggio Chord Pattern
Lesson 21Pentatonic Scale
Lesson 22Whole Tone Scale
Lesson 23Arpeggios

Intermediate Piano

Lesson 24America (My Country, ‘Tis of Thee)
Lesson 25Learn How to Play “Silent Night”
Lesson 26God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Lesson 27Playing the Minor Chord
Lesson 28Three Secondary Chords
Lesson 29Dominant 7th Chord
Lesson 30Major 7th Chord
Lesson 31Minor 7th Chord
Lesson 32Natural Minor Scale
Lesson 33Chords of the Natural Minor Scale
Lesson 34Melody as Octaves
Lesson 35Root Chord Pattern
Lesson 36Harmony Notes
Lesson 37Major Chord Inversions
Lesson 38Chord Inversion Straddles


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Learn to Play Christmas Song

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Learn how to play a Christmas song today. Watch piano tutorial below and learn how to play this song just in time for the holidays.

Access piano tutorial with Flash demo for Silent Night. You can pause the song as needed.

Learn more Christmas songs below.




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“Bad Day” by Daniel Powter Piano Tutorial

Learn how to play “Bad Day” by Daniel Powter

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Free Sheet Music
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Piano Basics for Absolute Beginners

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An easy-to-follow tutorial with Flash demos. Teach yourself or your young child how to play piano, starting with the layout of the piano keyboard.

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Free Piano Lessons and Resources

Learn how to play “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

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Learn Easy Songs for Beginners


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Brother John

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Greensleeves

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Greensleeves is one of the popular English folk songs. Read more about Greensleeves

Watch how to play this song on Synthesia by Gilbert Dibenedetti:

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Auld Lang Syne

Fur Elise

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Aria by Johann Sebastian Bach

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Aria was written by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) who was a German music composer and musician in the Baroque period.

Watch how to play Aria in the video below:

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Deck The Halls Sing Along Music

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A fun activity for young children to sing along with this popular Christmas song,

Deck The Halls, comes with lyrics. You can also learn how to play this song right here online.

Use the interactive virtual Z-Board piano keyboard below for practicing if you don’t already have a piano.

This song is played in 4/4 time, which means there are four (4) beats in a measure,
and each beat is a quarter note. [Review: Lesson 5 – Time Signatures]

It is written in the Key of G, so there is one sharp (or #) in this song, which is F#.

There are four (4) chords to be played by the left hand, and there are:

      C chord – C-E-G
      F chord – F-A-C
      G chord – G-B-D
      D chord – D-F#-A

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The notes for right-hand melody are:


| G F E D | C D E C | DEFD E D | C B C |
| G F E D | C D E C | DEFD E D | C B C |
| D E F D | E F G D | EF# G AB C | B A G |
| G F E D | C D E C | AAAA G F | E D C |



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Performance 2015

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DHSDT – GoPro – Football Half-TIme Performance 2015 (vs Rock RIdge)

DHS Dance Team – Dance Inferno @ Towson University
1st Place in Hip-Hop Varsity
2nd Place in overall highest score out of all team in all categories



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God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Easy Piano)

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This song is played in 4/4 time, which means there are four (4) beats in a measure, and each beat get a quarter note.

The are two minor chords (Am and Dm) in this songs. Just as with any of the songs, practice to play the left-hand chords first until your feel comfortable playing all of the chords, then learn the right-hand notes.

Notes on the right hand are:

| A | A E E D | C B A G |
| A B C D | E A | A E E D |
| C B A G | A B C D | E E |
| F D E F | G A E D | C A B C |
| D C D | E F E | E D C B |
| A CB A | D C D | E F G A |
| E D C B | A | |

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Hark The Herald Angels Sing

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Learn how to play Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. This song introduces two new dominant 7th chords – D7 and A7, besides G7 that you have learned in Auld Lang Syne.

So, there are three dominant 7th chords, and three minor chords – Dm, Am, and Em.

This song is played in 4/4 time, which means there are four beats in a measure, and each beat get a quarter note.

Notes on the right hand are:

[Corrections:
1 the notes should be G C C B, instead of A D D C. Notes listed in the sheet music were incorrect, but notes on the keyboard are correct]

| G C C B | C E E D | G G G F |
| E D E | A D D C 1 | C E E D |
| G D D B | B A G | G G G C |
| F E E D | G G G C | F E E D |
| A A A G | F E F | D EF G C |
| C D E | A A A G | F E F |
| D EF G | C D C |



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Here are the chords for the left hand, they are:

| C | C G7 | C Dm |
| G7 C | C | Am D7 |
| C | D7 G | C Am |
| Dm G7 | Em F | Dm G7 |
| F A7 | A7 Dm | G7 C |
| G7 C | F A7 | A7 Dm |
| G7 C | F G7 C |



C chord, (C-E-G)
F chord, (F-A-C)
G7 chord, (G-B-D-F) [G Dominant 7th]
Am chord, (A-C-E)
Em chord, (E-G-B)
Dm chord, (D-F-A)
D7 chord, (D-F#-A-C) [D Dominant 7th]
A7 chord, (A-C#-E-G) [A Dominant 7th]
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How to Play Root Chord Pattern

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In the video below, you will learn how to improvise music by applying a different chord pattern. We will show you how to play “Root Chord Pattern” (see the second demo in the video below).

In the first demo – the left hand plays every chord on the first beat of each measure, e.g. if playing C chord, it will be (C-E-G)
In the second demo – the left hand plays the root note of the chord first, e.g. for C chord, play note C first (Note: play note C one octave lower than the chord itself), and then followed by the full C chord (C-E-G).


Steps to play C chord using root chord pattern are:

          1. play the root note of the chord first (i.e. note C)
          (note: play note C one octave lower than the chord itself)

          2. followed by the full chord itself (i.e. C-E-G).


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Free Music Notes Flash Cards

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Below are printable music notes flash cards. Learn how to read music notations, and access the interactive Note Trainer game to test you note reading skills, a fun and Free piano-learning tool for all beginners.

Treble C label Treble D label
Treble E label Treble F label
Treble G label Treble A label

Music Notations Chart

Treble B label Treble C hi label

Treble D hi label Treble E hi label

Treble F hi label Treble G hi label




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Piano Basics

Lesson 1Layout of Piano Keys

Lesson 2Names of White Keys

Lesson 3Names of Black Keys
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Classical Music by Beethoven

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Below are a few songs written by one of the most famous composers of all time, Beethoven. Learn how to play this popular classical piece by Ludwig van Beethoven:

Moonlight Sonata (also played at 70% of normal speed for easy learning)

Ode To Joy

5th Symphony

Fur Elise


Here are two more songs of Beethoven – Moonlight Sonata and Ode to Joy.
Watch these demos created by Gilbert DiBenedetti below:

Download Moonlight Sonata free sheet music


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Learning Disabilities and Music

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According to World Health Organization (WHO), roughly 15% of the world’s population have some degree of learning disability. It has been a major challenge for disabled persons to cope with their daily lives. As parents, we have a great responsibility to provide our children with practical way to improve their living conditions. As educators, we can also help to improve their learning ability in school and promote their good self-esteem as well.

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Where Has My Little Dog Gone

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Learn how to play and sing along with this popular nursery rhyme, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone.

This song is played in 3/4 time, which means there are three (3) beats in a measure, and each beat receives a quarter note. There are three chords in this songs: C chord, G chord, and F chord.

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Download a copy of Where Has My Little Dog Gone sheet music for Free.

Notes for the right hand melody:

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| G E | C B C | D D B | G G |
| A G | F E D | G | G E F |
| G E | C B C | D B | G G |
| A G | F E D | C | C |





Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone?
Oh where, oh where can he be?
With his ears so short, and his tail so long,
Oh where, oh where can he be?




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