Learning to play the piano from home is easy with the Revolutionary Piano Method. Teach yourself or your child – NO prior musical skills required!
When I was a little girl, I would visit my grandmother’s house and I vividly remember going into her pristine living room. Maybe your grandma had one like it! The room usually remained closed off except for special occasions. I loved going into this room because inside it was a piano! Though I had no idea what I was doing, I would tap at the keys with a melody that only a mother (or grandmother) could love! I had no idea what I was doing!
Eventually, I boldly announced that I wanted to take piano lessons. For Christmas, my grandmother bought us a beautiful cherry wood piano to go in OUR living room. I can remember Mrs. Coleman visiting our house weekly to teach piano lessons to me and my sister. I continued to play piano and my musical interests expanded to the violin and the clarinet.
However, all that changed when I started playing sports. Eventually the time I spent playing music became exclusively devoted to basketball. Sure, it paid off and I earned an athletic college scholarship, but to this day, I regret the fact that I stopped playing the piano.
That’s why I got my kids involved in music early and I refuse to let them stop playing. All five of my children are already so much further along musically than I ever was! My kids have taken piano lessons for so long now that my older three kids have now replaced our piano teacher and are now teaching lessons to my younger two kids!
In fact, they have all expanded their musical skills and now play a second instrument. The five “second instruments” are acoustic guitar, bass guitar, electric guitar, saxophone, and drums.
Over the summer my husband challenged them to play a song together using their respective instruments and as a result they have started their own band! It really is pretty cool! And, it’s their piano knowledge that made learning the second instruments a breeze!
Are you interested in your children becoming more musically inclined? Who knows, you may have a budding musician on your hands!
Wondering how you can instill or foster a love for music? I suggest that you start with the piano! Learning the piano first provides a solid musical foundation and it makes it so much easier to move on and expand to other instruments; as with my children!
YOU Can Teach Piano to Yourself or Your Child!
What if I told you that your child could learn to play the piano from home? With the current pandemic upon us, many people are hesitant to have outsiders in their home. The Revolutionary Piano Method not only addresses this issue, but it provides an excellent foundation for learning to play the piano and empowers the parent to provide the instruction!
YES, as a parent, YOU can teach piano to your child! And, before you even ask – No, you don’t have to have any prior piano knowledge or experience! Yes, you read that correctly! No music skill required!
Or, for older students or even adults (like me), the method is great for self-teaching! Yes, I may have quit piano growing up, but now I have the opportunity to pick it back up again from the comfort of my own home! I’m excited about the thought of being able to just sit down at the piano and be able to play something more than Mary Had a Little Lamb!
What is the Revolutionary Piano Method?
The Revolutionary Piano Method was developed by author and composer, Leslie Young. Her piano method was birthed from her 40+ years of teaching experience and seeing the need for a more logical approach to learning to play the piano. With two product lines, just about anyone wanting to learn to play the piano can be successful, regardless of their age!
The Revolutionary Piano Method is designed for ages 6 to adult! The series is currently comprised of four instructional levels (with more levels in the works)! All four levels include a Lesson Book, Theory Book, Theory Answer Book and Fun Book. (Exception – Level 1 does not contain a Fun Book).
Have an itty bitty musician? Be sure to check out the Revolutionary Piano Method Itty Bitty series which is designed for children ages 4 to 5. It is based on the original Revolutionary Piano Method, but progresses at a much slower pace that is more suitable for younger learners!
What Others Have to Say:
Wondering what others have to say about the Revolutionary Piano Method? Be sure to check out some of the glowing reviews!
“I love the Warm-Up! illustrations. They help my students orient using the black-key groups to develop the skill of playing by touch instead of constantly looking at the keyboard.” ~Heather Olsen; Olsen Piano Studio; Double Oak, TX
“I have studied piano performance for many years and once considered becoming a concert pianist. Having examined the Revolutionary Piano Method, I appreciate the logic of this new approach and recognize how it could result in rapidly advancing sight-reading and performance ability for a beginner student.” ~Cyrille Destribois; Hanches, France
“No wonder I never learned to play using other books. They never taught me to really read the notes like these books do – and the cartoons are cute, too!” ~Allie Wilson; Student Age 11; Lantana, Texas
Did you know?
Are you aware of the benefits provided by incorporating piano lessons into your child’s day? In addition to your home being filled with lovely, melodic sounds, there is substantial research that shows piano performance coupled with note reading skills can greatly enhance the child’s learning abilities, test scores, recollection and retention, and more!
My mother always said that I was such a math wiz because I learned to play music as a child. Now, I know that there is actual science that backs up her claim!
Do you have additional questions regarding the Revolutionary Piano Method? No problem! Email your questions to the folks at Revolutionary Piano Method for a prompt response!
Ready for your child the learn to play piano?
Are you ready to incorporate music lessons into your homeschoolers day? Provide your child with the ultimate musical foundation by starting with piano instruction! The Revolutionary Piano Method makes learning piano both fun for the child and easy for the parent!
This post was originally published on August 26, 2020.