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Is there any sites Piano Lesson online? For free? Systematic Lesson?

Sorry for idiotic question . .

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I looked up for it on the web. the only thing I found is online theory class Ashby musical enterprise which is the cheepest. the other one is Berklee music online which is fearly expensive.
Is it for instrument online course????


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Don't go the free on line route. Get a qualified teacher for at least a couple of years. I have given thousands of piano lessons and I can tell you that software learners, self taught students, and students who had totally unqualified teachers have a terrible time "unlearning" all of the bad habits they picked up in their formative stage. I would go so far as to say that the vast majority of them never "unlearn" the bad habits and also never become piano players. People would be far better off paying for the first couple years of lessons and then for the motivated student, go the self taught route after proper form, rhythm, music reading, etc are all learned. Even then, a teacher can be of enormous benefit.


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I think there are online piano lessons for free. I just do not vouch for the quality of instruction or tutorial. You will probably have a stream of advertisement and so on.

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Hi,

You need a qualified piano teacher to help you how to play piano correctly and learn music theory.

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I think it's impossible to find, free, online classes that can fully replace the function of a good teacher.
However, I have tried to make a website (designed especially for the Italian language, 'cause I'm italian, but can also be used with the English language) to allow free for everyone to improve with a course of study organized from scratch or at least from a low level and going beyond .
I'm not a pianist but only a beginner, but I count on the fact that, on the site, can be added the contributions from someone skilled and willing to help beginners.
The site is here:
http://www.corsodipiano.altervista.org/
The English version (to be updated) is here:
http://www.corsodipiano.altervista.org/indexe.htm
In this site you can find sheet music and many methods, tens of thousands of pages and thousands of midi files, organized into several levels and is provided for the registration of youtube channels of the pieces.
I'm happy if someone wanted to try to use this website, even if only to download the sheet music and methods, and if someone wants to write on the forum for comments, suggestions, or if you would somehow help the initiative.
I look forward to some answers about.


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