If you are somebody who has always wanted to play piano but believe that you’re not musical or tried piano lessons in the past and failed (for whatever you think the reason was). If you think that in order to play piano you had to be especially gifted or even if you thought that learning to play piano was hard and that it takes a long time to start playing enjoyable music, then this program is absolutely, definitely perfect for you!
Simply Music is a breakthrough Australian-developed piano teaching method. This method temporarily delays music reading and immerses students in the experience of immediately playing great-sounding music. It's in much the same way that we all learn to speak for years before we learn to read and spell. We do this by introducing students to a variety of unique playing-based concepts that unfold directly onto the keyboard. The result is that students are quickly and naturally able to play a solid foundation of 30 to 50 beautiful pieces before moving into the reading process. Once our unique approach to music reading is introduced, students have a rich context and personal experience with music to build their music reading skills upon. It's a far more natural experience.
The following clip features Simply Music founder Neil Moore, describing the Simply Music piano method. (You can see the rest of the videos in this series on the Simply Music channel on YouTube.)
Another unique feature of the Simply Music Program is its deep concern with the nature of learning itself – the behavioral aspects of the way we learn. Neil Moore’s latest book, “Music and The Art of Long-Term Relationships”, presents critical insights about what it takes to ‘stick with it’ and flourish in music lessons. In fact, these insights are central to sticking at anything—a marriage, vocation or career—any long-term relationship at all. ‘Music and the Art of Long-Term Relationships, is now available in the form of a FREE download! We hope it makes a contribution!
To get your FREE copy of “Music and The Art of Long-Term Relationships” by Neil Moore click here: https://simplymusic.com/book-maltr/