The 20 step-by-step lessons introduce students to the notes and keyboard positions
of the piano gradually so that they never feel intimidated or overwhelmed.
Students discover the names of the notes through interactive exercises and games
that ensure that they develop true note recognition skills instead of memorizing
Provides almost everything you need concerning classical music- its history,
biographical information about composers (with portraits and short sound examples),
explanations of the various musical forms and a dictionary of musical terminologies.
It is designed to be of use for everyone from "beginners" to the music professional.
Make learning music fun whit online game for kids music games. Ear training online. The way to
learn music. free lessons. Note teacher. Evolving environment for online music creation
and exploration through interactive games.
Just wanted to let you know that after a year of searching for music software
I could use with my piano students, I have finally found software that is fun, challenging,
and rewarding - YOURS! Thank you so much! We're all having a ball with your program.
In one case, this young lady and I worked so hard in improving her Bass Clef reading,
that now it's actually much better than the Treble Clef reading. Another decided
to buy a computer just to have this program at home. We bought your Piano Is Fun
software a few weeks ago. My daughter loves it and it really helps her. The smiley
always makes her giggle. Thanks for making learning music fun. My daughter has been
using the software this afternoon and loves it. I am going to tell her piano teacher
about the software on Tuesday. Perhaps she can mention it to students of hers that
are struggling with note recognition. Good luck and thanks again.
I have really enjoyed having this program to help me learn the notes. I'm not
a gifted player & must work hard to retain what I learn . I'm 60 years old but have
always loved piano & now that I am retired can "TRY" to learn. Piano is Fun has
helped so much. It's a great program. I am significantly older than the average
student at this stage (40+) and have struggled most with sight reading. This is
exactly what I have been looking for. I travel quite a bit and it gives me the opportunity
to practice while in an airport or on a plane.