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First Year

Ferdinand Beyer's Opus 101 is the most widely used method for learning to play the piano. It is an easy course for everyone and allows you to take your first steps in studying the piano gradually and progressively. Perfect for adults and for those who want to learn, even self-taught.

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First Year

In the second part of the Beyer course op.101 you explore the whole keyboard, your hands move to different areas of the instrument and you learn to read the bass clef. Rhythm also becomes more difficult. You will also learn to play eighth notes and compound times, preparing you for the third part of the course.

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First Year

The third part of the course is the most challenging, but also the most varied and amusing. The exercises lead you to discover the technique of the piano: scales and thumb pass, chords and arpeggios. You learn to read and play in different keys, exploring the full range of the keyboard.

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First Year

A fascinating and modern book. Mikrokosmos is an excellent choice for those who have already been studying for some time and want to make their study material more varied and interesting. The ideal method for those who want to improve their reading of the score, or whose goal is to play jazz.

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First Year

Learn to read music, once and for all. The course is designed for the modern musician, the exercises are drawn from the jazz, blues and rock repertoire. Reading sheet music is easier than you think. In the first part of the course you learn the position of the notes on the staff and the most common musical values.

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First Year

In the second part of the course you will learn to read the eighth notes, with exercises taken from the authentic jazz repertoire. You will also learn to read irregular groups such as the triplet, and various combinations of rests and notes.

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Third Year

Burgmuller's exercises are excellent for developing expressiveness, dealing with rhythms of various types, and getting used to interpreting pieces with a wide variety of moods. From an educational point of view, it is a masterwork because it is easy to read, very varied in tempos and styles, and fun to study.

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In the harmony course you will learn how chords work, so that you can understand and play the pop rock and jazz repertoire. In the first part of the course you will discover the basic concepts of harmony: the major scale, triad chords, inversions and cadences. In each lesson you will find practical examples on the piano, exercises and downloadable worksheets.

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Second Year

A collection of very nice and fun exercises, perfect for the second year of study. You will improve in reading the score and in various technical aspects such as scales, arpeggios, chords. Duvernoy offers a very rewarding and effective study path and is perfect to prepare you for even greater difficulties.

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Second Year

Discover how all types of four-voice chords: seventh, sixth, diminished and half-diminished chords, add2 and sus4 chords. You will also learn numerous scales used to compose music and improvise: major and minor scales, hexatonic scales and octophonic diminished scales.

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Second Year

A course for learning to play songs and the modern repertoire. You will study triad chords in all keys and inversions. You will play the most common harmonic progressions used in hundreds of songs. Finally you will practise accompanying on the piano, playing along with a real singer with backing tracks.

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Second Year

In the third part of the course you will overcome the main difficulties you may have in reading modern sheet music. You will learn to read simple and compound times, cut tempos, irregular groups and syncopation. All the exercises are taken from authentic jazz, Latin, rock, blues and other genres, to get you used to all types of music.

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Third Year

A video course dedicated to the study of advanced technique, for students from the third year onwards. Scales, arpeggios, octaves, five-finger technique and agility. Studying technique has never been so much fun. Czerny's method is systematic, concise and effective. You learn the essential technique for playing the classical and jazz repertoire.

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Third Year

The right exercises if you want to learn to improvise in a simple and systematic way. You will study the repertoire of jazz standards, gradually performing increasingly difficult exercises. You will learn the mechanics of improvisation in a natural way, thanks to a very effective working method, the result of years of teaching. One of the most popular courses on the site.

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