Written by KD Shaw
If you’re anything like me, you have always wanted to play an instrument, but have been overwhelmed by piano, guitar and heck even the recorder. Have you been hoping that magically you could learn to play an instrument? Plug yourself into the Matrix and just be a rock star. Or maybe one of these days those long hours of Rock Band will really pay off and you’ll be a savant. Yeah, that’s probably not going to happen on its own, so we found a way for you to learn to play music with little stress.
One day only, Tuesday, November 26, beginning and learning musicians have the opportunity to learn for free. Download the Little Piano Book: Fun, Step-By-Step, Easy-To-Follow, 60-Lesson Song and Beginner Piano Guide to Get You Started (Book & Videos) This free Kindle eBook can be read on laptop and desktop computers, tablets (like iPads), smart phones (like iPhones), Androids (because they’re awesome) and all Kindle app ready devices. It’s a beginner piano course, an eBook and free streaming piano-lesson videos; no music experience is necessary to work with the book.
Let’s break it down:
The Little Piano Book is a book and video course that follows a step-by-step lesson format for learning how to play the piano. That’s called making it easy. It’s designed for beginners (from children to grown-ups), so no one will judge you when you showcase your mad “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” skillz. Each lesson builds on the previous one in a fun, clear, and easy-to-understand manner. Making it easy again.
There are 60 lessons in the book. You learn how to play the piano and read music through famous songs and pieces. It’s designed to work very well in Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Smart Phone, Tablets, and eBook platforms.
At the end of the book, you will be able to play the following songs and pieces in easy-piano arrangements: “Jingle Bells”, “Scarborough Fair”, “Ode to Joy”, “Amazing Grace”, “When the Saints Go Marching In”, ‘Yankee Doodle’, “Simple Gifts”, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”, ‘Michael, Row the Boat Ashore”, “Beethoven 5th Symphony Theme”, “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”, “Love Somebody”, “Kum-Bah-Yah”, and others.
To make it even easier you get more than just a book. There are 10 Free, Streaming Video Lessons that coincide with the material presented in The Little Piano Book. The Lesson Videos cover playing songs and pieces, piano technique, how to read music, basic music elements and fundamentals, and how to develop good practice habits.
Ok, just one more time, so you don’t come yelling at me on Wednesday, this music eBook is only available for FREE on Tuesday; after that it’s still a steal of a deal at just over 6 bucks, but the FREE is Tuesday, November 26th, so don’t miss out. Here are your links to Amazon and to the YouTube tutorials.