Free Piano Lessons Video #5

Free Piano Lesson Video #5: Left-Hand Fifths

Continuing on from Video 4, this video shows:

1) The main extra note you’ll be adding in the left hand to play professional-sounding left-hand patterns.

2) Best fingering to use to make your left hand movements easy.

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17 thoughts on “Free Piano Lessons Video #5”

  1. Tim, love your videos, man. My new DGX-660 Yamaha keyboard should be here tomorrow so I can start practicing what you’ve shown in these and then move on to the others. But, in the meantime, I’ve learned so much from just watching your videos…more than anything else I’ve seen or heard. Can’t wait to put some of this knowledge to use on my new keyboar!! Thank you so much for putting all of this together for us beginners.

  2. I have been struggling on my piano for years. but your lesson are awesome and very informative. thank you for following up so easily. I wish to become a good pianist like you.

  3. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and talent on how to play the piano. I really want to learn how to play piano quickly. I even took a piano lessons but I can’t understand and your videos seems to be more understandable than what my teacher is telling. I wish I can be as good as you. Continue sharing you god-given gifts. Thank you very much! You are such an inspiration.

  4. Thank you good sir,your videos have helped me out so much.Im a beginner in playing the piano,so I find this material very useful.Keep up the good work 🙂

  5. I am now retired so it’s now or never for me to try to learn keyboard playing.
    Before I commit to paying your very reasonable monthly fee I would like to know what topics the monthly lesson videos will cover. Do you have a document which lists the topics covered that you could send me please
    Regards
    Alfred

  6. Thank you so much sir. You are an amazing teacher. I have always been discouraged about learning the piano because it looks so hard, and you’ve made it so easy for me. Thank you again.

    1. You will probably want to move up to a keyboard with more keys eventually, but a smaller keyboard is fine for getting familiar with notes, chords, the shape of your hands/fingers for playing different chords, etc.

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