Piano learns without lessons!
So you want to learn the piano. But you do not want to spend years learning how to read music.
This is understandable. Playing keyboard does not have to be the difficult task, so many believe it is. In fact, it can be very easy if you start with learning descriptions!
For example, in the lesson “Reflections in Water” below, we have four chords and a scale to create music. We do not need to read music and we do not need piano pages either. All we need is to learn how to finger one cord position and play the C Major scale. Then we can use this material to create music.
Lesson in this way is infinitely easier (and more rewarding!) As to learn how to read, read because we create it!
Once we have the chords under our fingers, we can explore the piano in a way that has never been possible for you. Many piano students do not believe they have talent or skill to improvise, but it’s simply not true. All that is needed is the desire to try it. As soon as students jump into the water, they can not wait to take a swim and then they are hooked!
Piano without years of lessons is not difficult. All that is needed is the ability to learn a few chords and then experiment with them.
Now, if you learn the classical repertoire, your goal is to learn to read music. But to read music is not necessary to play the piano. Learn chords are!