Learn To Play Keyboard/Piano Easily (Introduction)

How To Play the Piano?

Learn to play the keyboard/piano easily by knowing the basics. When you know the concept of how the keys are structured on the instrument, you will find playing the chords and keys simpler.

This will help you understand everything and be able to play the keyboard much faster than with traditional keyboard lessons and tutorials.

This is a tutorial for beginners and aspiring keyboardists. This is only an introduction to the keyboard lessons. But with just 2 to three more lessons, you will be able to start playing the keyboard by yourself.

Lessons will be released every week. If you want to learn to play the piano with 2 to 3 more videos, just follow me or subscribe to my channel  🙂

The Structure of the Piano/Keyboard

The White & Black Keys

The keyboard is composed of White and Black Keys. The Black keys are grouped into two’s and three’s.

The white keys are associated with the first 7 letters of the alphabet, starting off with C.

C – D – E – F – G – A – B

The Repeating Pattern

A one set of the pattern, called an octave, is composed of 7 white keys and 5 black keys. This repeats from left to right, from lower to higher pitch. So basically, all you have to do is familiarize this one pattern.

The Sharp & Flat Keys

Technically speaking, a sharp key denotes a half-step note higher from a key while a flat key denotes a half-step note lower from a key.

To make it simpler, when facing a keyboard or piano, a sharp key is just one step move to the right from a key and a flat key is just one step move to the left from a key.

For example, for C# (C sharp), locate first the C key (the white key) and then move 1 step to the right. This means that the C# is the black key next to the C white key.

For  Eb (E flat), locate the E key (the white key) and then move 1 step to the left. This means that the Eb is the black key before the E white key.

That’s it for the introduction. Just know these simple basics and you are good to go for the next lesson.

Feel free to ask or leave a comment. Thanks!


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