Do these sound familiar?
-"My schedule is too busy to commit to a weekly private teacher."
-"I know the bare basics of piano, but I don't know how to build chords."
-"My lack of knowing chords are crippling me from playing the way I really want to."
-"I can fiddle with sight reading a little, but I'm not as fast of a reader as I want to be."
If any of these thoughts sound familiar, keep scrolling below. Your solution might be just one click away!
Introducing the Online Piano Course 102 for the Late Beginner
perfect for filling in the holes of your piano learning
By the end of this course, you can expect to:
The Online Piano Course 101 for Late Beginners is a self-paced series of pre-recorded piano tutorials and printable songs, suitable for those who already know some of the basics of piano, but just need a more thorough understanding of chords, theory, and sight reading. This course is also a continuation of my Online Piano Course for Beginners. In the previous course, we left off at learning about the minor key signatures. This Late Beginner Course will go over slightly more advanced theory basics, such as learning about triads (three-note chords), technique and practice skills, and so much more. Below is an overview of what you will learn in this course:
Review of Basic Technique Skills
Review of Generic and Specific Intervals
Building Optimal Practice Skills that can Help You Get More Done in Less Practice Time
Augmented and Diminished Intervals
Songs with Stretched Fingerings, such as fingerings with 6th and 7th intervals
The Sustain Pedal
Introduction to Major/Minor Triads
What should I expect out of this course?
With this course, you'll also get:
Here's how the enrollment process works:
Step 1: Visit checkout after you click the "Enroll" button.
Step 2: After checkout, follow instructions to create an account on this site (you will use your account to access your course online).
Step 3: That's it! After you enroll, you will be able to log in and access your course instantly online!
You can always access your course by visiting www.themusicalwebb.com and pressing "Log In" at the top right.
Here's how the course works:
Each lecture comes with a video tutorial that will review either music theory, or a downloadable song that will come with the video.
Sign up today and get a bonus worth another $50, absolutely free:
Get Sight Reading Course 102
Fit for this level course!
This course comes with 40+ daily printable exercises, as well as video tutorials to review each exercise.
Ayana Webb is the owner of The Musical Webb (this website and its courses), and holds a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Music Theory from Rutgers University. She has been playing piano for over 19 years. Ayana started teaching piano while still in college and has had over 80 private students. After thorough screening, she was accepted to become an Associate Member of the Recording Academy (the organization that puts on the Grammy Awards every year). Below is a photo from one of her attendances:
Ayana is also a credited background vocalist in Jill Scott's album, "Light of the Sun", which reached number one on Billboard's chart in 2011.