Anonymous said: so i dont know where your ask is but if this is it, can you convince me to practice more during my free time? like instead of going on the computer all the time...

The only way to improve your piano ability is to practice consistently.

haneefistheonlyone said: Hi I've been playing piano since I was two years old. I'm 16 now. I only know about four big pieces and I can play by ear. I don't know how to read music and I've never had a lesson but many experts have told me I have the skill of one who's very advanced. I learn from YouTube (THANK GOD FOR YOUTUBE) and I'm trying to learn many more songs. I learn very quickly so I want to learn at least 100 before the end of this year. I think I can do it! How long have you been playing?

Well I’d encourage you to learn how to read music because it’s a great skill to have, and you can learn a lot more! I have been playing for 14 years.

jessadallasss-deactivated201403 said: do you know where I can find free online sheet music of new songs?

Just google it

haneefistheonlyone said: When did you begin taking lessons and how old we're you when you when you realized you enjoyed the piano?

I started taking lessons when I was 5, but didn’t really start to enjoy it until I was 12, when I realized that I was actually pretty good :P

kimberlandiacortez-deactivated2 said: Absolutely love your blog! Don't know if you'd be able to help, if you can it'd be so helpful! I'm currently teaching a friend how to play piano, she does not know how to read music though, so how can I teach her how to read music? Is there any techniques to teach someone?

Well that all depends on how she learns best :) You could always try teaching her those poems.. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge/All Cows Eat Grass/ Good Boys Deserve Fudge Always/ spaces spell FACE. But when I teach piano, I always teach them G Clef and F clef rather than Treble and Bass. That way, they know that the G clef circles around the G line, and the F clef has the big dot on the F line. Then, Middle C is the note with the ledger line. That way, they can just figure out the rest of the notes if they know how the staff works and that every space/line is a half step. But really, the only way to learn how to read music is practice, practice, practice! It’s just like learning a new language!

I am very sorry that we havent updated much recently. I update the twitter account a lot more frequently because it’s much less of a hassle :P I promise I’ll post more here asap

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Why thank you!

starfieldsky said: I love playing piano, I do. I play almost everyday. But I don't feel confident about my skill. Sometimes I feel that I'm not a real pianist because I don't play classical pieces. I can read notes, but not too well. Is it possible to teach myself to play classical pieces?

Honestly, you’d need a piano teacher to truly learn classical pieces. But just because you aren’t classically trained doesn’t mean you aren’t a “true” pianist. The piano is such a diverse instrument, and that’s what I love about it.

guerillasforever-deactivated201 said: if you go back 6 post on my blog you'll hear my best friend Dave play wondrous piano. please reblog him. he's single and new to tumblr.

oh he’s single you say?