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edstraker123

Piano Learning Material

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Hi,
Just bought myself a nice digital piano and i'm looking for some learning material.
The piano is linked to a pc so I can use online software for feedback but wondered if anybody has any experience of this as it is quite pricey.
I downloaded a free trial of Playground Sessions and what I've seen looks quite good.
http://www.playgroundsessions.com/

I'm an absolute beginner at piano, but don't want any tutor books where I have to play when the saints go marching in, Michael row the boat ashore etc.
So looking for something a bit more contemporary in terms of none digital material.

I know I should take proper lessons but prefer to learn on my own as lessons to me seem more of a chore than enjoyment.

Ed.

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YouTube is a great place to get piano tutorials. The Roland ones are good for getting your posture & warn up excersises. Learn your correct fingering for both left & right hands.

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